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City Council Regular Meeting

CITY OF PACIFICA CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

2212 Beach Blvd Pacifica, CA 94044

Mayor Sue Vaterlaus Mayor Pro Tem Deirdre Martin Councilmember Sue Beckmeyer Councilmember Mary Bier Councilmember Mike O'Neill
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City Council Regular Meeting 1 August 26, 2019

REGULAR MEETING August 26, 2019 (MONDAY) www.cityofpacifica.org Off-street parking is allowed by permit for attendance at official public meetings. Vehicles parked without permits are subject to citation. You should obtain a

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permit from the rack in the lobby and place it on the dashboard of your vehicle in such a manner as is visible to law enforcement personnel.

PLEASE SILENCE CELL PHONES DURING MEETING
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7:00 PM OPEN SESSION

Call to Order

Roll Call

Salute to the Flag led by Mayor Pro Tem Martin

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS A. Proclamation in Honor/Memory of Calvin Hinton
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2019 Open Space Preservation Award to Pacific Beach Coalition

CONSENT CALENDAR

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Persons wishing to address the Council on any Consent Calendar item may do so at this time. Each speaker will be allotted three minutes. Those wishing to address the Council on any item listed on the agenda should submit a speaker card to the City Clerk.

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Items on the consent calendar will be adopted by one motion unless a Councilmember or person in the audience requests, before the vote on the motion, to have an item discussed. Time limit on comments is three minutes or less.

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Approval of Disbursements for 07/16/19 through 07/31/19. PROPOSED ACTION: Move to approve attached list of disbursements for 07/16/19 through 07/31/19.

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Approval of Minutes

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City Council Regular Meeting 2 August 26, 2019

PROPOSED ACTION: Move to approve the minutes of the regular City Council meeting held on August 12, 2019.

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Approval of Budget Authority and Consultant Agreement Between the City of Pacifica and Freyer Laureta, Inc. (F L) for Engineering Design Services in the Amount of 75,000 for the Balboa Way Repair Project (C030B). PROPOSED ACTION: Move to approve Consultant Agreement (Attachment 1) Between the City of Pacifica and Freyer Laureta, Inc. (F L) for Engineering Design Services in the Amount of 68,100; approve budget authority in the amount of 75,000 from the Wastewater Enterprise Capital Improvement Fund 34, in connection with the Balboa Way Repair Project (C030B); and authorize the City Manager to execute all documents associated with this Agreement.

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Notice of Completion for the Collection System Projects FY 2017-18 Pedro Point C031A PROPOSED ACTION: Adopt the resolution accepting completion and directing the City

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Manager to file Notice of Completion for the Collection System Projects FY 2017-18

Pedro Point C031A and authorize the City Manager to release the retention money
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withheld from Pacific Trenchless, Inc.

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Notice of Completion for the Collection System Projects FY 2018-19 Oddstad Terra Nova C029A PROPOSED ACTION: Adopt the resolution accepting completion and directing the City

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Manager to file Notice of Completion for the Collection System Projects FY 2018-19

Oddstad Terra Nova C029A and authorize the City Manager to release the retention money withheld from Pacific Trenchless, Inc.
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Adoption of an Ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Amending Sections 1-4.01, 1-4.02 and 2-1.133 Of The Pacifica Municipal Code To Govern Appeal And Council Review Of Decisions Of Commissions And Committees and finding Adoption of the Ordinance Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). PROPOSED ACTION: Move to waive second reading and adopt the ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Amending Sections 1-4.01, 1- 4.02 and 2-1.133 Of The Pacifica Municipal Code To Govern Appeal And Council Review Of Decisions Of Commissions And Committees and Finding Adoption of the Ordinance Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS This portion of the Agenda is available for the public to address the City Council on any issue that is not on the Agenda. Any person wishing to address the Council shall be recognized by the Mayor during Oral Communications, provided, however, that during the Oral Communications portion of the agenda, only items not on the agenda for that meeting may be addressed. All remarks shall be addressed to the Council as a body and not to any member thereof. Councilmembers shall not enter into debate with speakers under Oral Communications. A maximum time of three minutes will be allowed for any speaker. Pursuant to Pacifica Municipal Code Title 2, Chapter 1, Section 2-1.118 any person making impertinent, slanderous, or profane remarks or who becomes boisterous

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City Council Regular Meeting 3 August 26, 2019

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while addressing the Council shall be called to order by the presiding officer and, if such conduct continues, may, at the direction of the presiding officer, be ordered barred from further audience before the Council during the meeting.

STAFF COMMUNICATIONS The purpose of Staff Communications is for the City Manager to offer announcements as appropriate. PUBLIC HEARINGS During public hearings, an applicant or their agent and appellants have ten minutes for their opening presentation and three minutes for rebuttal before the public hearing is closed. Members of the public are limited to three minutes. 7. Introduction of the Ordinance Entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Repealing and Replacing Chapter 15, Smoking Prohibitions of Title 4 of the Pacifica Municipal Code to Prohibit Smoking in Certain Areas of the City and Multi-Unit Residences and Finding Adoption of the Ordinance Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) PROPOSED ACTION: Move to introduce, waive the first reading, and read by title only, the ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Repealing and Replacing Chapter 15, Smoking Prohibitions of Title 4 of the Pacifica Municipal Code to Prohibit Smoking in Certain Areas of the City and Multi-Unit Residences and Finding Adoption of the Ordinance Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) CONSIDERATION
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Confirmation of work tasks for City Manager s Office Management Analyst Limited-term Position PROPOSED ACTION: Confirm the work tasks, which are focused on financial and environmental sustainability, for the one-year limited term Management Analyst position in the City Manager s Office.

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Designation of Voting Delegate for League of California Cities Annual Conference PROPOSED ACTION: Designate a voting delegate and an alternate who will be present at the 2019 League of California Cities Annual Business Meeting.

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CLOSED SESSION

PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.8 Conference with Real Property Negotiator. Property: 1220 C Linda Mar Boulevard, Pacifica (APN 023-281-130). Agency negotiator: Kevin Woodhouse. Negotiating parties: City of Pacifica and Stephen Johnson Photography. Under negotiation: Price and terms of payment of lease.

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City Council Regular Meeting 4 August 26, 2019

ADJOURN

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NOTICE: If you challenge a city's zoning, planning or other decision in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing. Judicial review of any city administrative decision may be had only if a petition is filed with the court not later than the 90th day following the date upon which the decision becomes final. Judicial review of environmental determinations may be subject to a shorter time period for litigation, in certain cases 30 days following the date of the final decision

The City of Pacifica will provide assistance for disabled citizens upon at least 24 hours advance notice to the City Manager s Office (650) 738-7301, or send request via email to: coffeys@ci.pacifica.ca.us if you need sign language assistance or written material printed in a larger font or taped, advance notice is necessary. All meeting rooms are accessible to the disabled. The Pacifica Municipal Code is available on line at the City s website (www.cityofpacifica.org/municode);

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HOW TO OBTAIN CITY COUNCIL AGENDAS

Posted agendas: Agendas are posted no later than Friday prior to the City Council meeting date, at the entrance to City Hall, 170 Santa Maria Avenue View on the Internet: Follow the link to Council agenda, at www.cityofpacifica.org E-mail subscription: Send a request to Sarah Coffey, at coffeys@ci.pacifica.ca.us City Clerk s Office/City Manager s Office City Hall, 170 Santa Maria Avenue, 2nd Floor Council meetings: Agendas are available at the City Council meeting
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HOW TO REACH YOUR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

Governor Gavin Newsom, State Capitol Building, Sacramento CA 95814 (916) 445-2841

State Senator Jerry Hill, 1528 So. El Camino Real, Suite 303, San Mateo CA 94402 (650) 212-3313 Assembly Member Kevin Mullin, 1528 South El Camino Real, Suite 302 San Mateo, CA 94402 (650) 349-2200 Congresswoman Jackie Speier, 155 Bovet Road, Suite 780, San Mateo CA 94402 (650) 342-0300 Senator Kamala Harris, 50 United Nations Plaza, San Francisco CA 94102 (213) 894- 5000

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Senator Dianne Feinstein, 1 Post Street, Suite 2450, San Francisco CA 94104 (415) 393-0707

President Donald J. Trump, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington DC 20500 CITY COUNCIL Mayor Sue Vaterlaus, vaterlauss@ci.pacifica.ca.us Mayor pro Tem, Deirdre Martin, martind@ci.pacifica.ca.us
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City Council Regular Meeting 5 August 26, 2019

Councilmember Sue Beckmeyer, beckmeryers@ci.pacifica.ca.us Councilmember Mary Bier, bierm@ci.pacifica.ca.us Councilmember Mike O Neill, o neillm@ci.pacifica.ca.us

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CITY OF PACIFICA COUNCIL AGENDA SUMMARY REPORT

8/26/2019

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Approval of Disbursements for 07/16/19 through 07/31/19.

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Move to approve attached list of disbursements for 07/16/19 through 07/31/19. STAFF CONTACT: Lorenzo Hines Jr. Assistant City Manager (650) 738-7301 lhines@ci.pacifica.ca.us BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION: Staff has submitted the following disbursements for Council approval: Disbursements dated 07/16/19 through 07/31/19 in the amount of 1,175,843.10 as written on regular checks numbered 47697-47835 and 47904-47953 (Attachment 1). These disbursements are for Fiscal Year 2018-2019. Disbursements dated 07/16/19 through 07/31/19 in the amount of 196,294.47 as written on regular checks numbered 47836-47903 and 47984 (Attachment 2). These disbursements are for Fiscal Year 2019-2020. FISCAL IMPACT: These disbursements are within budgeted appropriations. ORIGINATED BY: Finance Department ATTACHMENT LIST: FY 2018-2019 Disbursements 47697-47835, 47904-47953 (PDF) FY 2019-2020 Disbursements 47836-47903, 47984 (PDF)
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CITY OF PACIFICA CHECK REGISTER

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47697 4339.23 07/18/19 00009 8 AT T CLEARED 1 47698 1667.87 07/18/19 00058 1 3M CLEARED 1 47699 161903.50 07/18/19 04584 0 AECOM TECHNICAL SERVICES INC CLEARED 1 47700 558.37 07/18/19 00045 2 ALBERTSONS / SAFEWAY CLEARED 1 47701 446.08 07/18/19 00009 2 AT T MOBILITY CLEARED 1 47702 4783.26 07/18/19 00266 0 BAY AREA BARRICADE SERVICE CLEARED 1 47703 580.97 07/18/19 00128 0 BAY AREA NEWS GROUP OUTSTANDING 1 47704 79.35 07/18/19 00002 17 BEA SCHAUFELBERGER (PETTY CASH) CLEARED 1 47705 950.00 07/18/19 04734 0 BENTLY ADVANCING INFRASTRUCTURE CLEARED 1 47706 1363.01 07/18/19 00335 0 BLUE RIBBON SUPPLY COMPANY CLEARED 1 47707 1194.68 07/18/19 00454 1 CAL-STEAM INC. 2504 CLEARED 1 47708 7190.00 07/18/19 00014 0 CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CLEARED 1 47709 128.00 07/18/19 00014 5 CALIFORNIA STATE OF CLEARED 1 47710 989.61 07/18/19 00510 0 CINTAS CORPORATION 464 CLEARED 1 47711 186.00 07/18/19 01092 0 COASTSIDE FIRE PROTECTION CLEARED 1 47712 63.06 07/18/19 02168 1 COMCAST CLEARED 1 47713 28347.25 07/18/19 00595 0 COTTON, SHIRES ASSOCIATES, INC. CLEARED 1 47714 258.83 07/18/19 00622 0 CURTIS SONS, L.N. CLEARED 1 47715 260.00 07/18/19 00011 3 CWEA SCVS OUTSTANDING 1 47716 30999.37 07/18/19 00025 0 DALY CITY/CITY OF CLEARED 1 47717 2510.14 07/18/19 00653 0 DELL MARKETING L.P. CLEARED 1 47718 878.75 07/18/19 00676 0 DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY CLEARED 1 47719 76.50 07/18/19 03372 0 DISCOVERY BENEFITS CLEARED 1 47720 607.50 07/18/19 00001 62 FREDERICK, RYAN CLEARED 1 47721 1825.00 07/18/19 04684 0 GOLDSTREET DESIGN AGENCY, INC. CLEARED 1 47722 1599.15 07/18/19 00870 0 GOVCONNECTION, INC. CLEARED 1 47723 1249.92 07/18/19 00872 0 GRAINGER OUTSTANDING 1 47724 2007.80 07/18/19 00875 0 GRANITE ROCK COMPANY 26577 CLEARED 1 47725 115.10 07/18/19 00907 0 HARRISON BONINI, INC. CLEARED 1 47726 1443.77 07/18/19 01786 2 HD SUPPLY CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL WHITE CAP CLEARED 1 47727 658.79 07/18/19 00029 1 HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES CLEARED 1 47728 2507.51 07/18/19 00990 0 INTERSTATE TRAFFIC CONTROL PRODUCTS CLEARED 1 47729 391.50 07/18/19 01014 0 JOHN THE SIGN GUY LLC CLEARED 1 47730 1985.59 07/18/19 01041 0 KELLY-MOORE PAINT CO.,INC. CLEARED 1 47731 409.40 07/18/19 03929 0 KENT CLEANERS OUTSTANDING 1 47732 500.00 07/18/19 00032 0 LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES CLEARED 1 47733 182.75 07/18/19 01095 0 LINDA MAR HARDWARE CLEARED 1 47734 1816.16 07/18/19 01177 0 MOSS RUBBER EQUIPMENT CLEARED 1 47735 360.00 07/18/19 01378 0 MUSCIO SECURITY CLEARED 1 47736 626.66 07/18/19 04185 0 NEVTEC CLEARED 1 47737 48.00 07/18/19 03846 0 NOYES, ERIC CLEARED 1 47738 2694.35 07/18/19 02486 0 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS CLEARED 1 47739 133.56 07/18/19 01217 0 OFFICE DEPOT CLEARED 1 47740 49550.00 07/18/19 01250 0 PACIFICA COMMUNITY TELEVISION CLEARED 1 47741 99.95 07/18/19 01758 3 PACIFICA FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION CLEARED 1 47742 244.04 07/18/19 00002 29 PHIPPS, BETH (PETTY CASH) OUTSTANDING 1 47743 675.00 07/18/19 00001 114 POMICPIC, CHARLES CLEARED 1 47744 190.00 07/18/19 00001 115 POWERS, MATTHEW CLEARED 1 47745 50.74 07/18/19 01336 0 QUILL CORPORATION CLEARED 1 47746 275.00 07/18/19 01563 0 ROTO-ROOTER CLEARED 1 47747 2282.55 07/18/19 01423 0 SAN MATEO LAWN MOWER SHOP CLEARED

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CITY OF PACIFICA CHECK REGISTER

BANK CHECK CHECK AMT CHECK DATE VENDOR ADDRS VENDOR NAME STATUS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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47748 2067.70 07/18/19 01432 1 SANTA CRUZ BEACH BOARDWALK OUTSTANDING 1 47749 759.27 07/18/19 01498 0 SMART FINAL CLEARED 1 47750 189.44 07/18/19 00002 39 SUZUKI, MARIA (PETTY CASH) CLEARED 1 47751 181.00 07/18/19 01592 0 TERMINIX CLEARED 1 47752 425.72 07/18/19 00001 247 TIET, YEN CLEARED

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47753 1456.24 07/18/19 01077 0 TREE MANAGEMENT EXPERTS CLEARED 1 47754 524.83 07/18/19 01637 0 TURF INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT CO CLEARED 1 47755 196.27 07/18/19 02757 0 U.S. BANCORP EQUIPMENT FINANCE, INC. CLEARED 1 47756 233.27 07/18/19 02899 1 UTILITY TELECOM GROUP, LLC CLEARED 1 47757 456.17 07/18/19 03980 0 VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY CLEARED 1 47758 1495.67 07/18/19 01684 0 VERIZON WIRELESS CLEARED 1 47759 41292.25 07/18/19 04593 0 WINNER CHEVROLET CLEARED 1 47760 2380.00 07/23/19 04479 0 55 BACKFLOW TESTING AND SERVICE CLEARED 1 47761 850.00 07/23/19 04753 0 AAAA GENERATOR SERVICES, INC. CLEARED 1 47762 69.78 07/23/19 03639 0 AT T CLEARED 1 47763 1393.75 07/23/19 04564 0 BERGDAVIS OUTSTANDING 1 47764 142.50 07/23/19 01690 0 CALTEST ANALYTICAL LAB OUTSTANDING 1 47765 60.89 07/23/19 02822 0 CITY AUTO SUPPLY CLEARED 1 47766 185.70 07/23/19 03246 0 COAST COUNTIES PETERBILT COAST COUNTIES PAC CLEARED 1 47767 59.70 07/23/19 02793 0 EAST PENN MANUFACTURING CO., INC CLEARED 1 47768 600.00 07/23/19 02713 0 ESRI CLEARED 1 47769 55.68 07/23/19 02767 0 FLYERS ENERGY, LLC CLEARED 1 47770 4400.00 07/23/19 04684 0 GOLDSTREET DESIGN AGENCY, INC. CLEARED 1 47771 845.38 07/23/19 02511 0 IDEXX LABORATORIES CLEARED 1 47772 142.52 07/23/19 03700 0 KIMBALL MIDWEST CLEARED 1 47773 703.00 07/23/19 04549 0 NAF SERVICES, INC. CLEARED 1 47774 94.16 07/23/19 01217 0 OFFICE DEPOT CLEARED 1 47775 2176.39 07/23/19 02027 0 OLIVER PACKAGING AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY CLEARED 1 47776 65.00 07/23/19 01239 0 PACIFIC FIRE SAFE OUTSTANDING 1 47777 116.87 07/23/19 01243 0 PACIFIC MANOR HARDWARE, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47778 133.69 07/23/19 01336 0 QUILL CORPORATION OUTSTANDING 1 47779 118.66 07/23/19 01337 0 R H WHOLESALE SUPPLY, INC. CLEARED 1 47780 402.00 07/23/19 02040 0 ROSS' LADDER SERVICE CLEARED 1 47781 2020.56 07/23/19 01402 0 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP. VOIDED 1 47782 676.85 07/23/19 01423 0 SAN MATEO LAWN MOWER SHOP CLEARED 1 47783 1498.54 07/23/19 04698 0 STRONGWELL CLEARED 1 47784 215.07 07/23/19 01655 0 UNITED ROTARY BRUSH CORP CLEARED 1 47785 1357.00 07/23/19 02527 0 UNIVERSAL BUILDING SERVICES CLEARED 1 47786 2395.05 07/23/19 02266 0 VALLEY INDUSTRIAL SPECIALTIES, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47787 2472.92 07/23/19 01751 0 ZUMAR INDUSTRIES, INC. CLEARED 1 47788 1205.75 07/23/19 00009 8 AT T CLEARED 1 47789 55.74 07/23/19 00122 0 AIRGAS USA, LLC CLEARED 1 47790 35.00 07/23/19 00136 0 ALHAMBRA OUTSTANDING 1 47791 532.00 07/23/19 00175 1 AMERICAN RED CROSS OUTSTANDING 1 47792 20.39 07/23/19 00223 0 AT WORK UNIFORMS CLEARED 1 47793 155.87 07/23/19 00128 2 BAY AREA NEWS GROUP OUTSTANDING 1 47794 1589.13 07/23/19 00335 0 BLUE RIBBON SUPPLY COMPANY CLEARED 1 47795 324.28 07/23/19 00454 1 CAL-STEAM INC. 2504 CLEARED 1 47796 2677.20 07/23/19 00507 0 CHILDCARE CAREERS CLEARED 1 47797 105.69 07/23/19 00510 0 CINTAS CORPORATION 464 CLEARED 1 47798 132.22 07/23/19 00586 0 COOKE COMPANY, J.P. CLEARED

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CITY OF PACIFICA CHECK REGISTER

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47799 2361.30 07/23/19 00611 1 CSG CONSULTANTS, INC. CLEARED 1 47800 2420.22 07/23/19 00653 0 DELL MARKETING L.P. CLEARED 1 47801 1452.84 07/23/19 00676 0 DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY OUTSTANDING 1 47802 693.76 07/23/19 00714 0 EBI AGGREGATES-BRISBANE OUTSTANDING 1 47803 91.74 07/23/19 00872 0 GRAINGER CLEARED 1 47804 535.79 07/23/19 00919 1 HERC RENTALS INC. CLEARED 1 47805 480.05 07/23/19 00929 0 HI-TECH EMERGENCY VEHICLE INC. CLEARED 1 47806 200.00 07/23/19 00001 72 HORODENSKI, EDDY OUTSTANDING 1 47807 2004.15 07/23/19 00990 0 INTERSTATE TRAFFIC CONTROL PRODUCTS CLEARED 1 47808 106.52 07/23/19 01018 0 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY CLEARED 1 47809 288.75 07/23/19 01095 0 LINDA MAR HARDWARE OUTSTANDING 1 47810 899.93 07/23/19 01120 0 MALLORY COMPANY/THE CLEARED 1 47811 367.11 07/23/19 00001 327 MONTEMAYOR, JOSHUA CLEARED 1 47812 3954.20 07/23/19 01206 0 NORTH COAST COUNTY WATER DIST. CLEARED 1 47813 770.63 07/23/19 01217 0 OFFICE DEPOT CLEARED 1 47814 2950.62 07/23/19 00054 1 PAPE MATERIAL HANDLING EXCHANGE CLEARED 1 47815 625.00 07/23/19 00042 1 R S ERECTION NORTH PENINSULA INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47816 145.63 07/23/19 00002 35 SOLIS, ELIZABETH ( PETTY CASH ) OUTSTANDING 1 47817 198370.97 07/23/19 00004 4 ABAG PLAN CORPORATION OUTSTANDING 1 47818 468.87 07/23/19 00122 0 AIRGAS USA, LLC OUTSTANDING 1 47819 155.50 07/23/19 00136 0 ALHAMBRA OUTSTANDING 1 47820 15967.00 07/23/19 00265 0 BAY AREA AIR QUALITY MGMT DIST OUTSTANDING 1 47821 87942.94 07/23/19 02502 0 BURKE WILLIAMS AND SORENSEN LLP OUTSTANDING 1 47822 657.50 07/23/19 04568 0 CAL ENGINEERING GEOLOGY, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47823 567.35 07/23/19 00595 0 COTTON, SHIRES ASSOCIATES, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47824 68304.00 07/23/19 00611 1 CSG CONSULTANTS, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47825 65.00 07/23/19 00011 10 CWEA-SVCS OUTSTANDING 1 47826 45682.63 07/23/19 00653 0 DELL MARKETING L.P. OUTSTANDING 1 47827 737.56 07/23/19 04732 0 ECO PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47828 191.13 07/23/19 02477 0 FASTENAL COMPANY OUTSTANDING 1 47829 8.92 07/23/19 00773 1 FEDEX OUTSTANDING 1 47830 43.00 07/23/19 04755 0 HOMSAPAYA, ERIK OUTSTANDING 1 47831 527.00 07/23/19 04088 0 LARRY WALKER ASSOCIATES OUTSTANDING 1 47832 171163.94 07/23/19 01240 0 PACIFIC GAS ELECTRIC CO. OUTSTANDING 1 47833 414.26 07/23/19 01402 0 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP. OUTSTANDING 1 47834 1539.90 07/23/19 04752 0 SEGA FOOD GROUP, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47835 2156.86 07/23/19 01722 0 WILSEY HAM OUTSTANDING

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TOTAL OF ISSUED CHECKS: 138 TOTAL AMOUNT: 1019318.39

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TOTAL OF VOIDED/REISSUED CHECKS: 1 TOTAL AMOUNT: 2020.56

TOTAL OF ACH CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL OF UNISSUED CHECKS: 0

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47904 11096.35 07/31/19 04250 0 ALTA PLANNING + DESIGN OUTSTANDING 1 47905 319.68 07/31/19 01538 3 CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TAX AND FEE ADMIN OUTSTANDING 1 47906 3700.00 07/31/19 03438 0 CELLEBRITE USA INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47907 65.00 07/31/19 00597 2 CITY OF SAN CARLOS OUTSTANDING 1 47908 7366.77 07/31/19 04531 0 COOK, MICHAEL G. OUTSTANDING 1 47909 530.00 07/31/19 04756 0 DATASAFE OUTSTANDING 1 47910 6250.00 07/31/19 00645 0 DAVEY TREE EXPERT COMPANY OUTSTANDING 1 47911 2158.01 07/31/19 00653 0 DELL MARKETING L.P. OUTSTANDING 1 47912 9622.19 07/31/19 04748 0 ECD ANALYZERS, LLC OUTSTANDING 1 47913 3469.54 07/31/19 02767 0 FLYERS ENERGY, LLC OUTSTANDING 1 47914 1000.00 07/31/19 04749 0 JONES, DANNY OUTSTANDING 1 47915 5115.00 07/31/19 03111 0 MANAGEMENT PARTNERS OUTSTANDING 1 47916 481.89 07/31/19 03477 0 NETWORK INNOVATIONS US INC OUTSTANDING 1 47917 3822.00 07/31/19 01249 0 PACIFICA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OUTSTANDING 1 47918 1278.48 07/31/19 01297 0 PARS OUTSTANDING 1 47919 7008.04 07/31/19 04670 0 U.S. TELEPACIFIC CORP. OUTSTANDING 1 47920 568.74 07/31/19 02266 0 VALLEY INDUSTRIAL SPECIALTIES, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47921 2011.45 07/31/19 01751 0 ZUMAR INDUSTRIES, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47922 2281.96 07/31/19 00009 8 AT T OUTSTANDING 1 47923 225.50 07/31/19 00060 0 A D AUTOMATIC GATE AND ACCESS OUTSTANDING 1 47924 796.22 07/31/19 03885 1 BATTLE BORN MEDIA OUTSTANDING 1 47925 87.50 07/31/19 04564 0 BERGDAVIS OUTSTANDING 1 47926 66096.06 07/31/19 02502 0 BURKE WILLIAMS AND SORENSEN LLP OUTSTANDING 1 47927 57.92 07/31/19 00653 0 DELL MARKETING L.P. OUTSTANDING 1 47928 1709.79 07/31/19 00676 0 DISCOUNT SCHOOL SUPPLY OUTSTANDING 1 47929 505.00 07/31/19 01970 2 ECONOLITE SYSTEMS OUTSTANDING 1 47930 158.58 07/31/19 00743 0 ENTENMANN-ROVIN COMPANY OUTSTANDING 1 47931 733.82 07/31/19 00745 0 ENVIRONMENTAL EXPRESS, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47932 1476.67 07/31/19 03469 0 EVANTEC CORPORATION OUTSTANDING 1 47933 77.00 07/31/19 00758 0 EXPERIAN OUTSTANDING 1 47934 151.68 07/31/19 01812 1 KBA DOCUSYS OUTSTANDING 1 47935 486.46 07/31/19 01086 0 KENT CLEANERS OUTSTANDING 1 47936 2019.33 07/31/19 01206 0 NORTH COAST COUNTY WATER DIST. OUTSTANDING 1 47937 92.38 07/31/19 04282 0 OFFICE CITY, THE OUTSTANDING 1 47938 54.86 07/31/19 01217 0 OFFICE DEPOT OUTSTANDING 1 47939 1.50 07/31/19 01243 0 PACIFIC MANOR HARDWARE, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47940 989.63 07/31/19 01289 0 PENINSULA UNIFORMS EQUIPMENT, INC OUTSTANDING 1 47941 2715.00 07/31/19 01300 0 PEPPER BROS BUILDING MAINTENANCE OUTSTANDING 1 47942 158.20 07/31/19 01317 0 PREFERRED ALLIANCE, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47943 930.56 07/31/19 01336 0 QUILL CORPORATION OUTSTANDING 1 47944 3452.00 07/31/19 00022 8 SAN MATEO COUNTY CONTROLLER OUTSTANDING 1 47945 1438.90 07/31/19 00055 0 SAN MATEO COUNTY FORENSIC LAB OUTSTANDING 1 47946 500.00 07/31/19 00022 41 SAN MATEO COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE OUTSTANDING 1 47947 55.00 07/31/19 01425 0 SAN MATEO REGIONAL NETWORK INC OUTSTANDING 1 47948 86.25 07/31/19 04660 0 SHRED-IT USA OUTSTANDING 1 47949 977.02 07/31/19 02642 1 T-MOBILE OUTSTANDING 1 47950 777.81 07/31/19 01636 0 TURBO DATA SYSTEMS, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47951 153.98 07/31/19 01647 0 ULINE SHIPPING SUPPLY SPECIALISTS OUTSTANDING 1 47952 433.60 07/31/19 01684 0 VERIZON WIRELESS OUTSTANDING 1 47953 981.39 07/31/19 01729 1 WITMER-TYSON IMPORTS, INC. OUTSTANDING

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CITY OF PACIFICA CHECK REGISTER

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TOTAL OF ISSUED CHECKS: 50 TOTAL AMOUNT: 156524.71

TOTAL OF VOIDED/REISSUED CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL OF ACH CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL OF UNISSUED CHECKS: 0

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NO FY 2018-2019 CHECKS ISSUED 7/16/19 - 7/17/19 TOTAL FY 2018-2019 = 1,019,318.39 + 156,524.71 = 1,175,843.10

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47836 1620.06 07/30/19 03306 0 ACCOUNTEMPS OUTSTANDING 1 47837 743.63 07/30/19 00092 0 AD BRAKES OUTSTANDING 1 47838 243.95 07/30/19 03895 0 AMERICAN FIDELITY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES LLC OUTSTANDING 1 47839 592.24 07/30/19 00335 0 BLUE RIBBON SUPPLY COMPANY OUTSTANDING 1 47840 495.00 07/30/19 00011 0 C.W.E.A. OUTSTANDING 1 47841 25.00 07/30/19 00001 328 CAMPANA, NICHOLAS OUTSTANDING 1 47842 117563.00 07/30/19 00481 0 CCAG - CITY OF SAN CARLOS OUTSTANDING 1 47843 4883.19 07/30/19 00507 0 CHILDCARE CAREERS OUTSTANDING 1 47844 1109.84 07/30/19 00510 0 CINTAS CORPORATION 464 OUTSTANDING 1 47845 213.77 07/30/19 00586 0 COOKE COMPANY, J.P. OUTSTANDING 1 47846 5950.00 07/30/19 00645 0 DAVEY TREE EXPERT COMPANY OUTSTANDING 1 47847 3025.00 07/30/19 00014 11 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES OUTSTANDING 1 47848 1161.30 07/30/19 00679 0 DLT SOLUTIONS, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47849 25.00 07/30/19 00001 53 EVANS, DAVID OUTSTANDING 1 47850 94.24 07/30/19 03469 0 EVANTEC CORPORATION OUTSTANDING 1 47851 5972.57 07/30/19 02767 0 FLYERS ENERGY, LLC OUTSTANDING 1 47852 650.73 07/30/19 00001 292 GLASGO, WILLIAM OUTSTANDING 1 47853 241.31 07/30/19 00872 0 GRAINGER OUTSTANDING 1 47854 945.42 07/30/19 00875 0 GRANITE ROCK COMPANY 26577 OUTSTANDING 1 47855 543.24 07/30/19 04754 0 GREEN PRO SOLUTIONS OUTSTANDING 1 47856 934.07 07/30/19 00919 1 HERC RENTALS INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47857 300.00 07/30/19 00978 1 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PROPERTY OUTSTANDING 1 47858 350.00 07/30/19 04194 0 INTERSTATE SIGNS RENTALS INC OUTSTANDING 1 47859 1930.39 07/30/19 04704 0 JAMES STANFIELD OUTSTANDING 1 47860 776.98 07/30/19 01027 0 K 119 OF CALIFORNIA OUTSTANDING 1 47861 577.11 07/30/19 01812 2 KBA DOCUSYS OUTSTANDING 1 47862 244.18 07/30/19 03700 0 KIMBALL MIDWEST OUTSTANDING 1 47863 510.40 07/30/19 01055 1 KONE INC OUTSTANDING 1 47864 14561.57 07/30/19 02166 0 KUBWATER RESOURCES, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47865 104.67 07/30/19 00001 329 LECHLEITNER, RICHARD OUTSTANDING 1 47866 43.49 07/30/19 01078 0 LEHR AUTO ELECTRIC, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47867 437.24 07/30/19 01095 0 LINDA MAR HARDWARE OUTSTANDING 1 47868 1545.75 07/30/19 01120 0 MALLORY COMPANY/THE OUTSTANDING 1 47869 624.44 07/30/19 00001 90 MANSKER, STEVEN OUTSTANDING 1 47870 962.65 07/30/19 04549 0 NAF SERVICES, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47871 1058.39 07/30/19 01217 0 OFFICE DEPOT OUTSTANDING 1 47872 35.68 07/30/19 01243 0 PACIFIC MANOR HARDWARE, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47873 194.90 07/30/19 01758 3 PACIFICA FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION OUTSTANDING 1 47874 1759.42 07/30/19 00054 1 PAPE MATERIAL HANDLING EXCHANGE OUTSTANDING 1 47875 83.74 07/30/19 03071 0 PHENOVA OUTSTANDING 1 47876 250.95 07/30/19 01336 0 QUILL CORPORATION OUTSTANDING 1 47877 330.35 07/30/19 01374 0 R B COMPANY OUTSTANDING 1 47878 79.75 07/30/19 00210 1 READY REFRESH BY NESTLE OUTSTANDING 1 47879 900.00 07/30/19 00022 31 SAN MATEO COUNTY SHERIFF OUTSTANDING 1 47880 65.24 07/30/19 01423 0 SAN MATEO LAWN MOWER SHOP OUTSTANDING 1 47881 742.98 07/30/19 01450 0 SEAVIEW TIRE BRAKE CENTER OUTSTANDING 1 47882 63.89 07/30/19 01461 0 SERRAMONTE FORD INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47883 77.10 07/30/19 01474 0 SHERRILL, INC. OUTSTANDING 1 47884 87.69 07/30/19 01498 0 SMART FINAL OUTSTANDING 1 47885 107.13 07/30/19 01534 0 STANDARD PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. OUTSTANDING 1 47886 257.22 07/30/19 01546 0 STERICYCLE OUTSTANDING

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47887 1573.67 07/30/19 01587 0 TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES OUTSTANDING 1 47888 423.00 07/30/19 01592 0 TERMINIX OUTSTANDING 1 47889 25.00 07/30/19 00001 142 TOLLEFSON, CAROLE OUTSTANDING 1 47890 623.37 07/30/19 01637 0 TURF INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT CO OUTSTANDING 1 47891 253.91 07/30/19 02757 0 U.S. BANCORP EQUIPMENT FINANCE, INC. OUTSTANDING

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TOTAL OF ISSUED CHECKS: 68 TOTAL AMOUNT: 188772.87

TOTAL OF VOIDED/REISSUED CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL OF ACH CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL OF UNISSUED CHECKS: 0

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TOTAL OF ISSUED CHECKS: 1 TOTAL AMOUNT: 7521.60

TOTAL OF VOIDED/REISSUED CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

TOTAL OF ACH CHECKS: 0 TOTAL AMOUNT: 0.00

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CITY OF PACIFICA COUNCIL AGENDA SUMMARY REPORT

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Approval of Minutes

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Move to approve the minutes of the regular City Council meeting held on August 12, 2019. STAFF CONTACT:

Sarah Coffey, City Clerk coffeys@ci.pacifica.ca.us 650-738-7307

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION: Approval of minutes of the regular City Council meeting held on August 12, 2019. FISCAL IMPACT: None. ORIGINATED BY: City Clerk ATTACHMENT LIST: Attachment A: Minutes of August 12, 2019 (PDF)

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CITY OF PACIFICA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES

2212 Beach Blvd Pacifica, CA 94044

Mayor Sue Vaterlaus Mayor Pro Tem Deirdre Martin Councilmember Sue Beckmeyer Councilmember Mary Bier Councilmember Mike O'Neill
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City Council Regular Meeting 1 August 12, 2019

August 12, 2019 (MONDAY) www.cityofpacifica.org

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Mayor Sue Vaterlaus called the meeting to order on August 12, 2019 at 7:11 PM

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5:30 PM CLOSED SESSION

Mayor Vaterlaus called the meeting to order at 5:33 p.m., stating that all Councilmembers were present and announced that the Council would meet in Closed Session. City Attorney Kenyon asked Mayor to read the agenda for closed session. Mayor Vaterlaus read the closed session agenda items then introduced the three speakers. Sue Digre, Pacifica, referred to Items B and C, stating that the city has recognized the value of these assets and has worked hard. She stated that the Little Brown Church was an example of the impossible tasks they assumed out of reverence for Pacifica s local history, which she felt was relative to the nation, county and region as well as the state. She hoped they looked at the economic aspect of caring for our natural assets, culture and history, adding that the Ocean Shore Railroad and the Little Brown Church are huge and the volunteers deserve respect and support as well as the issues specifically. She stated that, although Stephen Johnson was a private individual, he gives a lot to Pacifica s assets and was nationally and internationally well- known and they all make us a destination and help us in the shadow of San Francisco and the county. She stated that people will come for these things and it was a sustainable economy and she hoped the city will get more robust about that as an investment in the city s economy and sustainability.
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Shirlee Gibbs, Pacifica, stated that she was on the Board of the Pacifica Historical Society and shared the restoration of the Passenger Car 1409. She stated that they need a secure place to continue their work on the car and were asking to use the site of the old treatment plant on Palmetto while they finish the work, and were willing to pay a modest rent to assist in any reparation of the site, continue with rent and would not hold the city responsible for any of their property. They would keep the area clean and secure. She stated that access to the site would be limited to workers only or special permission. She stated that they were also prepared to protect the car from the elements and they are aware that the site will go up for bid in the future and they were prepared to move the car. She stated that they would begin the move as soon as they get permission to do so.

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Stephen Johnson, Pacifica, stated that he has rented from the city since 2004 at the Sanchez Art Center, 300,000 of rent in the last 15 years, and he thought it was a good deal for both him and the city and a relationship he has treasured over the years. He stated that the arrangement allowed him to convert classrooms into working space and art gallery, as well as an Ed. Center.

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He stated that it allows him to do his work as an artist while educating hundreds of individuals who have come through the workshop program. He stated that the former Chamber of Commerce director estimated his workshop has brought in about 250,000 in revenue to the city and his business brings visibility to the community with thousands of readers, business associations, etc., as well as national TV attention from PBS News Hour to ABC Discovery News, Computer Chronicles, as well as local TV stations. He stated that most of his recent work was done mostly in Shelldance Orchid Gardens and as he shows it nationally and publicizes it, it brings prominence to the wonderful nursery. He wants to continue his community involvement through the studio including hosting the Pacifica Land Trust and working with the Pacifica Historical Society, as well involving schools and children in more activity. He stated that the show is drawing a lot of visitors, mentioning the Apollo 11 landing party had the chief scientist from NASA come, as well as interviews with other individuals. He stated that with changing economics, workshops and labs are more challenging to promote with internet, etc., are causing competition that was not present before, and as a result, the studio has not been paying for itself for the last two years. He stated that, as a result of changes, he has to be innovative as an artist and figure how they can continue to both keep the studio and provide services to the city that can continue and deepen the relationship. He stated that discounts from photographic services, etc., as discussed in the proposal for the next few years, and it will hopefully enable the city to do more than they can afford to do without such a situation. He was hopeful they can work out something that benefits both of them with a win-win situation.

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Councilmember O Neill commented that he doubted that they would hear any results from tonight s closed session, explaining that he didn t want them to wait to the end and not be told something.

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City Attorney Kenyon stated that it was hard to say and it would be up to them.

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PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.9(d)(4) Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation. Initiation of litigation pursuant to paragraph (4) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9 (1 case).

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PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.8 Conference with Real Property Negotiator. Property: 1220 C Linda Mar Boulevard, Pacifica (APN 023-281-130). Agency negotiator: Kevin Woodhouse. Negotiating parties: City of Pacifica and Stephen Johnson Photography. Under negotiation: Price and terms of payment of lease.

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PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 54956.8 Conference with Real Property Negotiator. Property: A portion of 2212 Beach Boulevard, Pacifica (APN 016204020, 016204999, 016294620). Agency negotiator: Kevin Woodhouse. Negotiating parties: City of Pacifica and Pacifica Historical Society. Under negotiation: Price and terms of payment of lease.

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7:00 PM OPEN SESSION

Call to Order

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Sue Beckmeyer Councilmember Present Mary Bier Councilmember Present Mike O'Neill Councilmember Present Staff Present: Kevin Woodhouse, City Manager; Michelle Kenyon, City Attorney; Lorenzo Hines, Asst. City Manager; Tina Wehrmeister, Planning Director; Sam Bautista, PW Dep. Director-F.Svs./Engrg.; Louis Sun, PW Dep. Director-WW Div.; Lawrence Henriquez, Assoc. Civil Engr.; Dan Steidle, Police Chief; Thomas Myers, Econ. Dev. Manager; Mike Perez, PB R Director; Elizabeth Brooks, Dep. City Clerk; Sarah Coffey, City Clerk.

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Salute to the Flag led by Mayor Vaterlaus

Closed Session Report

City Attorney Kenyon stated that there was no reportable action.

CONSENT CALENDAR Mayor pro Tem Martin pulled Item 9 for comments. Councilmember Bier pulled Item 6 for comments. Councilmember O Neill pulled Item 16 for comments. Councilmember Bier referred to agenda packet pages 53 -54 mentioning that the insurance carrier would evaluate the city s reimbursement coverage, and she asked when it would be evaluated.

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PW Dep. Dir. Bautista stated that they were talking to the insurance director to determine the city s coverages and they hoped to get an answer within the next couple of weeks.

Councilmember Bier asked if it was possible that it wouldn t be reimbursed.

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PW Dep. Dir. Bautista stated that they should be getting reimbursed but they don t know the limit.

Mayor pro Tem Martin referred to the fact that they were rejecting all bids for the Cabrillo School Crossing Improvement Project and directing staff to rebid the project, stating that she wanted to point it out to the public that the bids came in over what the actual estimate was and as a result the crossing will not be ready for the school year. While they hoped it would be, they will be putting it out to bid as all six bids came in well over 100,000 above the estimate. She stated that hopefully they will make it happen close to the end of this year. She asked PW Dep. Dir. Bautista if she was correct. 2.a Packet Pg. 15 A tta ch m en t: A tta ch m

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PW Dep. Dir. Bautista agreed that they will be rebidding the project in the fall.

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Councilmember O Neill stated that this was in regard to changing the zoning ordinances for the health clubs and his main issue when he brought it up was that they were having a lot of commercially zoned properties being put in for service and did not bring in sales tax revenue. He stated this item covers health fitness and gym type of facilities. He stated that they were having a study session at the end of August with Planning Commission and he asked what the goal of that meeting was.

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Planning Director Wehrmeister stated that the goal of the meeting was to report to Council on what they have heard from the community and get Council s feedback on some specific items for which they need to move forward in drafting the General Plan.

Councilmember O Neill didn t think his questions would interfere with that. He reiterated that he was concerned about having a lot of commercial spaces filled by non-taxable businesses. He asked if this can be expanded so conditional use permits are needed in commercial areas for any non-tax revenue generating business or could they put restrictions in visitor serving areas, such as Rockaway where the most visible are real estate and mortgage brokers and the most visitor serving was in the corner where a visitor can t see it. He asked if they could put zoning changes where they can amend the ordinance so they need a conditional use permit in a visitor serving area for non-visitor serving businesses.

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Planning Director Wehrmeister stated that her understanding when this item was introduced was that the Council wanted a broader review regarding the visitor-serving versus non-visitor serving, and when implementing the General Plan, they would bring back a policy monitoring a specific placement or a percentage of uses within a certain area so the area stays largely visitor serving and some service use that supports all of those businesses but not tipped to be a non- visiting serving area. She stated that is what she understood and what they would be working on in their policy documents.

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Councilmember O Neill explained that he took it to mean they were amending it for health and fitness, but he wanted to do what she said, i.e., expanding it to have some control over getting revenue for the city in visitor serving areas.

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Planning Director Wehrmeister stated that she understood.

Councilmember O Neill moved to approve Items 6, 9 and 16; seconded by Councilmember Beckmeyer.

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Mayor Vaterlaus introduced Elizabeth Brooks, Deputy City Clerk, stating that she was shadowing tonight as she will be taking over at a future meeting.

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CONSENT ITEMS (excluding Items 6, 9, 16): RESULT: ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] MOVER: Sue Beckmeyer, Councilmember SECONDER: Mary Bier, Councilmember AYES: Vaterlaus, Martin, Beckmeyer, Bier, O'Neill

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Approval of Disbursements for 06/14/19 through 06/30/19. PROPOSED ACTION: Move to approve attached list of disbursements for 06/14/19 through 06/30/19.

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Approval of Disbursements for 07/01/19 through 07/15/19. PROPOSED ACTION: Move to approve attached list of disbursements for 07/01/19 through 07/15/19.

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Approval of Minutes PROPOSED ACTION: Move to approve the minutes of the regular City Council meeting held on July 8, 2019.

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Proclamation Confirming Existence of Local Emergency of the Pacifica Coastline from Westline Drive to the End of Beach Boulevard. PROPOSED ACTION: Accept report and make a determination that conditions of local emergency continue to exist within the Pacifica Coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard.

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Tree Maintenance Services and Emergency Tree Maintenance Services Contract with Bay Area Tree Specialists PROPOSED ACTION: Approve the Tree Maintenance Services and Emergency Tree Maintenance Services Contract with Bay Area Tree Specialists; approve budget authority in the amount of 140,000; and authorize the City Manager to execute the agreement.

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Consultant Agreement between the City of Pacifica and Woodard Curran for Design and Environmental Services PROPOSED ACTION: Approve Consultant Services Agreement between the City of Pacifica and Woodard Curran for Design and Environmental Services in the amount of 208,130 in connection to the Serra Drive Outfall Repair Project; approve budget authority in the amount of 238,130 from Planned Local Drainage Fund 19; and authorize the City Manager to execute all documents related with the project.

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Consultant Services Agreement Between The City of Pacifica And Woodard Curran Inc. for Collection System Master Plan Update Phase 2 PROPOSED ACTION: Move to approve Consultant Services Agreement between the City of Pacifica and Woodard Curran Inc. for the Collection System Master Plan Update Phase 2 in the amount of 304,520; approve budget authority in the amount of 334,520 from the Wastewater Enterprise Capital Improvement Fund 34; and authorize the City Manager to execute all documents associated with this Agreement.

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Construction Contract to DRYCO Construction Inc. for the Cattle Hill Parking Lot and Trailhead Improvement Project; approve budget authority in the amount of 254,542; and approve the naming of the Cattle Hill Parking Lot. PROPOSED ACTION: (1) Award Construction Contract to DRYCO Construction Inc. for the Cattle Hill Parking Lot and Trailhead Improvement Project (Attachment A); approve budget authority in the amount of 254,542.00; authorize the City Manager to execute all necessary documents related to this project; and (2) Approve the naming of the Cattle Hill Parking Lot as the Jean F. Fassler Parking Lot per the recommendation of the City Manager and in compliance with the City's City Facilities/Property Naming Policy.

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Reject all Bids for the Cabrillo School Crossing Improvement Project and direct staff to rebid the project. PROPOSED ACTION: Reject all Bids for the Cabrillo School Crossing Improvement Project and direct staff to rebid the project.

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Notice of Completion for the FY 2017-18 Pavement Rehabilitation Project, Phase I PROPOSED ACTION: Move to Adopt the resolution next in order a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Pacifica accepting completion and directing the City Manager to file the Notice of Completion for the FY 2017-18 Pavement Rehabilitation Project, Phase I; and Authorize the City Manager to release the retention funds to the contractor.

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Notice of Completion for the FY 2017-18 Pavement Rehabilitation Project, Phase II PROPOSED ACTION: Move to Adopt the resolution next in order a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Pacifica accepting completion and directing the City Manager to file the Notice of Completion for the FY 2017-18 Pavement Rehabilitation Project, Phase II; and Authorize the City Manager to release the retention funds to the contractor.

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Notice of Completion for the Frontierland Park Improvement Project PROPOSED ACTION: Move to Adopt the resolution next in order a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Pacifica accepting completion and directing the City Manager to file Notice of Completion for the Frontierland Park Improvement Project; and Authorize the City Manager to release the retention funds to the contractor.

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Tagged Passions:funding, council, parks, administrator, and manager

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Quarterly Investment Reports dated 06/30/2019 PROPOSED ACTION: Review and accept the Quarterly Investment Reports dated 06/30/2019.

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Transfer of reserves from the General Fund to the Child Care reserve account in the amount of 333,357 as a result of fiscal years 2016-2017 and the 2017-2018 year-end balances. PROPOSED ACTION: Approve the transfer of General Fund balance to the Child Care reserve account for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 fiscal years in the amount of 333,357.

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15. Rescinding Resolution No. 02-2015 and Appointing Directors to Municipal Pooling Authority On Behalf of the City of Pacifica PROPOSED ACTION: Move to Adopt the resolution next in order a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Pacifica entitled Rescinding Resolution No. 02-2015 and Appointing Directors to Municipal Pooling Authority of Northern California on Behalf of the City of Pacifica .

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Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Articles 2, 10, 11, and 28 of Chapter 4 of Title 9 of the Pacifica Municipal Code in order to Establish the Use of Health/Fitness Club in Commercially Zoned Areas, and Finding the Approval of Text Amendment TA-114-18 (File No. 2018-061) Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) PROPOSED ACTION: Move to waive the second reading and adopt the ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Amending Articles 2, 10, 11, and 28 of Chapter 4 of Title 9 of the Pacifica Municipal Code in Order to Establish the Use of Health/Fitness Club in Commercially Zoned Areas, and Finding the Approval of Text Amendment TA-114-18 (File No. 2018-061) Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS Tim Blanchard, Pacifica, stated he was present to lodge a complaint regarding code enforcement which was that Fairway Park was singled out with 15 code enforcement letters sent out. He stated that his address was at the bottom of the letter which was fine with him, but the letter was also to three of his neighbors and they went to his home and were angry. He felt that it could have resulted into a physical altercation or vandalism on his property, and he felt it was a very grave mistake by the code enforcement officer. He felt it was done in retaliation to his opposition to previous City Council and Planning Department due to sea level rise plan and managed retreat. He felt they were wrong, adding that one letter would have been an accident but three letters to three people was not an accident.

Tagged Passions:planning, health, ordinance, council, zoning, environment, parks, communications, property, Communications, vandalism, codes enforcement, and Vandalism

Therese Dyer, Pacifica, stated that she was speaking to acknowledge and make people aware of an organization called Honor Flight who take WW II, Korean and Vietnam veterans on a trip of lifetime to Washington, D.C., at no cost to them, transporting American heroes to visit the memorials built in their honor. She stated that they are in the San Jose/Monterey area, and she thanked Jim Bohner, a retired fireman who told her about the organization. She applied and was accepted and was the only woman with 25 other veterans from all three wars. She also recognized Judy Petray from Moss Beach who put a book together for the veterans with all the photos taken in Washington, D.C. She thanked Carolyn Wong, her escort, and Gail Belmon, who met them at the airport coming back and presented each veteran with a quilt of honor and her quilt was in the Smithsonian Institute. She also thanked the team leader, Mac Weirshauser, and the flight nurse, Dee Scott, and assistant leader, Tom Myers. She appreciated them as a non-profit and asked for no money, and many people are not aware of this organization. She stated that, if there are any other veterans interested, they can go to their website, www.honorflightbayarea.org and phone is 408-925-1999. She stated that the veterans can also volunteer. She stated that while having a wonderful time in Washington, D.C., she came home to find out her 14th Amendment was violated by one of the police officers and she was getting stories from her neighbor who had car vandalism and her door was opened and he opened it further and she felt he had no right to do. She stated that,

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after she interviewed him, his story doesn t stick. She wanted to speak to the Police Chief but he never returned her call, although Police Capt. Spanheimer did. She stated that she will follow up on this.

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Wynn Grcich, Hayward, stated that she used to live in Park Pacifica. She stated that she used to go to the BCDC Water Boards and Pacifica was one of the first toilets tap cities. She stated that what was upsetting was that there was a bill passed in 2017 of which the public was not aware, AB 967, signed by Governor Brown, to liquefy dead bodies and pour them down the drain, called alkaline hydrolysis, and they cook the bodies at 350 degrees, melt the flesh, grind the bones, give them as the cremation and pour it down the drain. She stated that at 350 degrees at a pH of 11, the chloramine ate up the water pipes and the fluorosylilic acid for fluoride but the lye in the sewer lines at that hot and we had an earthquake, it was an accident waiting to happen. She stated that there are other ways to go green so we don t put smoke up in the air if they don t want to do a fire cremation, adding that in Sweden they freeze dry dead bodies and crunch them up into coffee crystal size, put them in an urn under a tree and put a tag on it. She asked why they can t do that instead of cannibalizing everyone. She added that Dr. Winn Parker who wrote that chloramine causes collateral health damage said we should have the right to vote what goes in our food and water, adding that we didn t get to vote when they added ammonia and they knew it would cause strokes and they added stroke units at Mills Peninsula Hospital and it would kill people s kidneys and they put a kidney dialysis in every city and now they are claiming it is safe to liquefy dead bodies in lye and pour it down the drain. She stated that they will need a chemical to neutralize it, and she questioned, if they don t get the right dose, whether it will eat our skin. She stated that, when chloramine was added to the drinking water, 18 of her clients at her job in Millbrae broke out in the same rash she had. She stated that she was putting this on public record, adding that they need to organize, sign petitions, call local government representatives and get it stopped, adding that our answer is to do what Sweden did to go green.

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Tagged Passions:drugs, health, sewer, hospital, utility, Utility, water, healthcare, parks, trees, and voting rights

Tygarjas Bigstyck, Pacifica, stated that his mind is thinking about too much heaviness in the world, country and community. He stated that bad news was easy to see everywhere. He was going to pass on his original planned comments and instead comment on the music festival in Golden Gate Park, adding that Paul Simon played the previous night, etc., mentioning some songs he sang, and how hard it is to live, etc., but is worth it. He felt we needed good news and remember when it is inconvenient and uncomfortable to express a bit of kindness even though it was counter-intuitive. He then mentioned that his new book was published and he was working on the agent publisher as it is self-published, adding that it was available at Florey s, online at Amazon, Barnes Noble, etc. - Chronicles of the Angels of Eden. He stated that there will be a book signing at Florey s on September 7 between 2pm and 4pm. He stated that, if someone buys it in advance and reads it, they can ask him what he was thinking about or he will sign and read a little bit. He stated that his goal was that someone will get something out of it.

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Tagged Passions:parks, internet retailers, and festival

Mayor pro Tem Martin stated that a lot has happened since the last meeting. She referred to the fishing tournament in early July put on by More Than Fishing organization. She stated that more than 200 entrants came from all over the United States, adding that there were good prizes but they were here when they were doing the monthly clean up at Sharp Park. She stated that they reached out to put on a beach cleanup and followed up by eating in Pacifica afterwards. She thanked the organization and hoped they returned every year.

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Councilmember Bier stated that she moved and was luckily able to find a place, adding that not

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everyone is that lucky. She urged people who have a hard time staying in their home or need a place to live to contact the Pacifica Resource Center who can help them. She attended the swearing-in of three police officers and saw how the law enforcement family take care of each other. She then witnessed one of them participate in the countywide full scale active shooter training put on at Mills High School, and they were able to see officers come in, create teams and act on point which she thought it was amazing to be a part of, mentioning other aspects discussed on how to get messages out during stressful situations. She was sworn in as an alternate on Peninsula Clean Energy. She attended the Council of Cities dinner hosted in Pacifica at the golf course. She met with young people from the Youth Leadership Institute who are advocating for a smoke free multi-unit housing ordinance, and expressed her concern about any ordinance that could affect someone s housing and could be used as a tool for eviction. She spoke to people who are concerned because PG E was cutting down trees without replanting and she wondered if they can gather information on what their policy is for possible replanting. She encouraged the community to respect and support the volunteer task force members working on the Unhoused in Pacifica Task Force as they are from all sectors of the community and volunteered to participate in seeking solutions.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, public safety, environment, training, trees, education, policy, Smoking, youth, golf, clean energy, volunteer, energy, smoking, and housing

Councilmember Beckmeyer stated that she was away for extended weekends but she did participate in several events, such as the Plan Pacifica meeting and the grand reopening of a couple of businesses, Green Enchilada and the 60th anniversary of Pacifica Play School daycare. She acknowledged volunteer city workers and retirees who came out and supported Relay for Life, an annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. She also attended the police swearing in. She commended Mayor Vaterlaus for doing a really great job for the Council of Cities dinner with a fabulous speaker. She stated that they took the opportunities to inform other councilmembers about sustainability and offered a packet by Public Works that included wooden utensils and a metal straw to spread the word in their communities as well. She thanked Public Works for educating her on such things as trees as she has never served on committees that deal with trees. She also asked time with Planning to understand conditions of approval for projects proposed in West Sharp Park dealing with sea level rise issues. She mentioned the Beautification Advisory Committee meeting where there was a public hearing on the first mural project under their mural guidelines, adding that Cindy Abbott and Ginny Jaquith, as well as Linda Jonas, gave a lot of time to that effort. She stated that Jeffrey Wong did the mural at the Boys Girls Club, and mentioned several other planned murals, describing some of the history that will be portrayed connected with the Ohlone celebration.

Mayor Vaterlaus asked on what wall it will be placed.

Councilmember Beckmeyer stated that it will be the wall facing Highway 1 but the design will cut around to the wall facing Crespi.

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Councilmember O Neill stated that he was at the Airport Roundtable and there were some things they need to be aware of at the airport. He stated that the FAA was looking at allowing SSTs to fly again. He explained to the younger generation that SSTs were supersonic transports and when they go at fast speed, they create sonic booms. He stated that they are not allowed to do Mach 1 over land but they do it over oceans and he imagined where the sonic booms will happen in Pacifica. He stated that they were looking at reducing the standards back to the 1970 standards rather than today s standards. He stated that he hasn t had a chance to do research, but forwarded the website info to the City Manager and possibly he, the City Manager and City Attorney will be composing a letter in opposition if Council agrees. He stated that they also discussed the issue of noise monitors, as the airport had previously stated there was no urgent need to do anything about noise monitors but at this meeting they informed them

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that they signed a contract and are getting more noise monitors. He mentioned that they needed to put the noise monitors where the current flight patterns are and not where they were originally. He mentioned that, if Pacifica wanted to move a monitor or purchase another one, it will cost them 30,000 so it will have to be a Council decision and the airport would want the Council or City Manager to decide where it will be placed. He stated that the main issue is that the closing date for comments regarding supersonic transports is August 26 or 27 and they can t put it on an agenda. He mentioned speaking to the Rotary about city issues, such RV and homeless and business development. He couldn t remember the third issue.

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Councilmember Beckmeyer thought it was the voting.

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Councilmember O Neill recalled that it was the district voting. He attended the swearing in of the officers and attended the active shooter training at Mills.

Councilmember Bier thanked the Pedro Point residents for the Chili Cook-off, stating that she was a judge and the place was packed.

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Mayor Vaterlaus attended Plan Pacifica and met with several cities in San Mateo about starting a trade association for trade from Mexico and China and how Pacifica relates to that such as bringing in people for tourism. She attended the CCAG meetings, Flood and Sea Level Rise Resiliency Agency, Relay for Life, grand opening of the Taco Bell cantina where they had people who came from many places. She stated that Councilmember Beckmeyer asked everyone in the restaurant came from and not one of them was from Pacifica. She stated that there were at least 200 people in line waiting to get in. She stated the reopening of Green Enchilada was great. She went to the Sanchez Art Center to the Ohlone Plein Air, outdoor painting exhibition, and she got a lot of information. She attended the Harvey Milk Terminal opening. She stated that they let people in early that day. She attended the Democrats on election changes. She went to Train Day at the Little Brown Church. A local business, Tripp s Distillery, had a film crew from China do an advertisement for them to send to China. She attended the ribbon cutting for the Play School. She attended a state roundtable on election administration, stating there were only about five councilmembers there with the rest being administrators. She thought it was an interesting event, adding that they talked about district elections and how difficult it will be for their administrators. She attended the Council of Cities in Pacifica. She met with a few people from Fairway Park to talk about their problems. She stated that, if anyone can go to an active shooter training, they have training provided by the police department and she thought it was an incredible event to watch and an adrenalin issue. They got to see every step of what happens in the active shooter down to bodies laying on the ground. She stated that she was there for Dog Surfing Contest, estimating that 2,000 people came to Pacifica for the contest. She talked to many of the dog owners who love coming to Pacifica. They said they love being here because everyone s happy. She attended the funeral for Cal Hinton and she will talking about him later. She attended the Chili Cook-Off. She attended the officers swearing in. She stated most calls she has received have been regarding the RV issues. She stated that they had an event she missed because of being out of town. It was called walk on water which was about taking disabled children and putting them in the surf and teaching them how to surf. She thought it sounded like an incredible event. She stated that the organizers of that were from Pacifica.

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am and open to the public to celebrate the completion. They were waiting until they finished all the landscaping. They will be providing any further information. He referred to two safety items. One was the active shooter training mentioned by Councilmembers and after Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton, he thought these events weigh heavily on our minds. He stated that police, first responders, have trained on how to respond to these incidents. He stated that they have also been providing training to community members with one scheduled the following Wednesday night that was completely sold out, but there are more to come. He stated that they can go to the Police Dept. Facebook page and sign up. He encouraged that training for any members of the community able to do that. He added that the Police and Human Resources are teaming up to provide training to all city employees as they are often in the front of events and it was important to know what to do in this type of situation. He was happy that it was available to the community as well as employees. He stated that they are in the process of installing new beach warning signs. He stated that they have a beach safety tips brochure or flyer talking about rip currents, etc., which provides good information and has been distributed to all the hotels in Pacifica with the intention that they will have them as regular information in all the hotel rooms. He referred to a young man, Tyler Collins, who drowned in Pacifica and they have been working on enhancing on their signage through the process. He recently spoke to his mother and she appreciated our efforts.

PUBLIC HEARINGS 17. Introduce, waive the first reading, and read by title only, the ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Amending Sections 1-4.01, 1-4.02 and 2-1.133 Of The Pacifica Municipal Code To Govern Appeal And Council Review Of Decisions Of Commissions And Committees and Finding Adoption of the Ordinance Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). PROPOSED ACTION: Introduce, waive the first reading, and read by title only, the ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Amending Sections 1-4.01, 1-4.02 and 2-1.133 Of The Pacifica Municipal Code To Govern Appeal And Council Review Of Decisions Of Commissions And Committees and Finding Adoption of the Ordinance Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Assoc. Civil Engineer Henriquez presented the staff report.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, council, boards and commissions, public safety, hotel, beach, advertising, signage, events, environment, training, hearing, human resources, and social media law

Councilmember O Neill mentioned that they have talked about this at length already.

Mayor Vaterlaus opened the public hearing and, seeing no one, closed the public hearing. Councilmember O Neill moved to introduce, wave the first reading, and read by title only, the ordinance entitled An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Pacifica Amending Sections 1-4.01, 1-4.02 and 2-1.133 of the Pacifica Municipal Code to Govern Appeal and Council Review of Decisions of Commissions and Committees and Finding Adoption of the Ordinance Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); seconded by Councilmember Beckmeyer. 2.a Packet Pg. 23 A tta ch m en t: A tta ch m

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RESULT: ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS] MOVER: Mike O'Neill, Councilmember SECONDER: Sue Beckmeyer, Councilmember AYES: Vaterlaus, Martin, Beckmeyer, Bier, O'Neill

CONSIDERATION

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Updated Economic Development Strategic Plan for Pacifica for FY2019-20 PROPOSED ACTION: Adopt a Resolution approving the updated Economic Development Strategic Plan for Pacifica for FY2019-20.

City Manager Woodhouse began by explaining the context of the Economic Development Strategic Plan, the background of the city establishing the Economic Development Manager position and economic development efforts are very important to the city. Back in 2015 we began with a work plan of items that economic development would be addressing. What this type of strategic plan does is puts the different efforts that economic development addresses into the context of why it is important, the definition of economic development and core principals behind economic development and then the plan goes into the more specific programs and projects that have an economic development component. Econ. Dev. Manager Myers presented the staff report. Mayor pro Tem Martin appreciated the report and asked him to talk about the role of coordination of businesses in disaster responses.

Tagged Passions:business, economic development, strategic, development, program, Development, administrator, and manager

Econ. Dev. Manager Myers stated that one thing he wants to accomplish is, before they get to a disaster, to talk to businesses about what they might need from them in advance so, when they need to get resources or products or services, they will have been thought of in terms of cost and how it will be delivered and how it will paid for so the businesses have some assurance that at some point they will get paid but Pacifica is in place to get services and products that will be needed in case of a disaster.

Mayor Vaterlaus referred to 2212 Beach Blvd., and asked if they were doing any entitlement for this site so when they go out to bids from developers that they have things in place. She also asked what the time line was for that process.
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City Manager Woodhouse stated that the Planning Director could also speak to this, but he stated that a major component is the Local Coastal Program Update, as well as the Sharp Park Specific Plan process. He stated that there are some other related moving parts they are working on such as odor control related to the pump station to make the site more attractive.

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Planning Director Wehrmeister stated that after the last unsuccessful RFP for developing this site, it was determined that part of the problem they were having was that developers felt that the number of entitlements they would have to get going through the Coastal Commission was a little risky and the thought process going forward was that, through the General Plan and Specific Plan process and LCP, they would designate the site appropriately for the city s goals to develop a hotel so the city would be taking it through the process, doing environmental review as well as Coastal Commission Review and at least those initial components of the entitlement would be completed and hopefully make it more attractive to hotel developers.

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Program mitigation strategies or sea level rise adaptation strategies have to be put in place first or just part of it.

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Planning Director Wehrmeister stated that it was all concurrently part of the LCP. She didn t remember the product she was reading but one of them says the next RFP for this site would be concurrent with when that project ends in the middle of 2020.

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Councilmember Beckmeyer stated that she was concerned when he opened with wanting to get the entitlements together in advance to assist potential bidders because it was perceived as being risky. She asked if he was referring to financial risk to each bidder to have to hire all those engineers and go through the entire process or something else. Planning Director Wehrmeister stated that, because staff can never predict what a Council or the Coastal Commission is going to do, and she meant that type of risk, with the developer taking a lot of money to prepare and environmental impact report and put together the plans and even with our own Council who have been supportive of the project, they can never say 100 that they can predict what the Council will do. She stated that, if they have legislative actions in place, there is more certainty for the developers, and that was the risk to which she referred.

Councilmember Bier thought the report was well thought out and they can see how things fit together. She referred to the vacant commercial sites, asking how many there are.

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Econ. Dev. Manager Myers stated that there weren t very many. He stated that most of the commercial sites in Pacifica are existing commercial sites where businesses are moving in or out, and vacant commercial sites would include mixed development opportunities such as on Palmetto where several lots were in the process of developing mixed uses. He stated that there are more such that will be turning over in the near future.

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Councilmember Bier wondered if he had a target number of vacancies he wanted to fill.

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Econ. Dev. Manager Myers stated all of them.

Councilmember Bier appreciated that target. She then asked about whether he had an outreach plan for the brochure.
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Econ. Dev. Manager Myers stated that there is a lot of information that they got from Economic Development Committee, Council, organizations and individual business owners and they decided to put the main points into the brochure and do another document called additional resources. He stated that both of them will be available on the city s website and can be printed. He stated that, as they change or need to be updated, they can change the information on the website and they will be available as PDFs for individuals to print. He stated that part of the plan was to use some currently existing city kiosks to put information as well as on public counters, as well as to distribute to various organizations, such as Chamber of Commerce, realtors, etc.

Councilmember Bier asked if he may include outside Chambers of Commerce.
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Econ. Dev. Manager Myers responded affirmatively.

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Councilmember O Neill stated that he read it and understood it, in addition to being the liaison on the Economic Development Committee.

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