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09-10-2019 City Council / Successor Agency/ Financing/ Power/ California Choice Energy Authority Regular Meeting Agenda

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CITY COUNCIL/SUCCESSOR AGENCY/ FINANCING/POWER/ CALIFORNIA CHOICE ENERGY AUTHORITY REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

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Tuesday September 10, 2019

Regular Meeting - 05:00 p.m.

Council Chambers Lancaster City Hall

The City Clerk/Agency/Authority Secretary hereby declares the agenda was posted

by 5:00 p.m. on September 6

at the entrance to the Lancaster City Hall Council Chambers

44933 Fern Avenue, Lancaster, California 93534

LEGISLATIVE BODY

City Council/Successor Agency/Financing/Power/California Choice Energy Authority

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Mayor/Chair R. Rex Parris

Vice Mayor/Vice Chair Marvin Crist

Council Member/Agency Director/Authority Member Raj Malhi

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Council Member/Agency Director/Authority Member Ken Mann

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Council Member/Agency Director/Authority Member Angela Underwood-Jacobs

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AGENDA ITEMS TO BE REMOVED Sometimes it is necessary to remove items from the agenda. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

PUBLIC BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR - AGENDIZED ITEMS Any person who would like to address the Legislative Bodies on any agendized item is requested to

complete a speaker card for the City Clerk/Agency/Authority Secretary and identify the agenda item you would like to discuss. Each person will be given an opportunity to address the Legislative Body at the time such item is discussed. Speaker cards are available at the rear of the Council Chambers and your speaker card must be filled out and submitted prior to the agenda item being called. We respectfully request that you fill the cards out completely and print as clearly as possible. Following this procedure will allow for a smooth and timely process for the meeting and we appreciate your cooperation. Individual speakers are limited to three (3) minutes each unless a different time limit is announced.
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Consent Calendar items under the Legislative Body may be acted upon with one motion, a second and the vote. If you desire to speak on an item or

items on the Consent Calendar, you may fill out one speaker card for the Consent Calendar. You will be given three minutes, unless a different time limit is announced, to address your concerns before the Legislative Body takes action on the Consent Calendar.

CALL TO ORDER

City Council/Successor Agency/Financing/Power/ California Choice Energy Authority

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ROLL CALL

City Council Members /Agency Directors /Authority Members: Malhi, Mann, Underwood-Jacobs; Vice Mayor/Vice Chair Crist, Mayor/Chair Parris

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INVOCATION

Pastor Chris Johnson, Grace Chapel

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PRESENTATION

1. Recognition of Employees Years of Service Presenters: Mayor Parris and City Manager Jason Caudle

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CALIFORNIA CHOICE ENERGY AUTHORITY ACTIONS

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CONSENT CALENDAR

CCEA CC 1. Award a Legal Services Agreement with Braun Blaising Smith Wynn P.C. in an amount not to exceed 350,000 for legal services for fiscal year

2020 in support of California Choice Energy Authority and its member agencies; and authorize the Executive Director, or his designee, to sign all documents.
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Braun Blaising Smith Wynne, P.C. (BBSW) provides legal and regulatory support services to CalChoice. These services include representing CalChoice

and its member cities before the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). BBSW advises CalChoice regarding pending and/or anticipated CPUC matters, rate cases, and CPUC rule changes that may affect CalChoice member agencies interests. BBSW also assists in the preparation and submission of required filings at the CPUC and the California Energy Commission.
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CCEA CC 1

CCEA CC1 attachment

CCEA CC 2. Technical Support Services to Pacific Energy Advisors, Inc. for the Town of Apple Valley and the Cities of Lancaster, Pico Rivera, Rancho

Mirage and San Jacinto
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a. Award a Professional Services Agreement with Pacific Energy Advisors, Inc. (PEA), in an amount not to exceed 202,000 for professional services for

fiscal year 2020 in support of the Town of Apple Valley; and authorize the Executive Director, or his designee, to sign all documents;
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b. Award a Professional Services Agreement with PEA, in an amount not to exceed 202,000 for professional services for fiscal year 2020 in support of

the City of Lancaster; and authorize the Executive Director, or his designee, to sign all documents;
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c. Award a Professional Services Agreement with PEA, in an amount not to exceed 202,000 for professional services for fiscal year 2020 in support of

the City of Pico Rivera; and authorize the Executive Director, or his designee, to sign all documents;
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d. Award a Professional Services Agreement with PEA, in an amount not to exceed 202,000 for professional services for fiscal year 2020 in support of

the City of Rancho Mirage; and authorize the Executive Director, or his designee, to sign all documents;
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e. Award a Professional Services Agreement with PEA, in an amount not to exceed 202,000 for professional services for fiscal year 2020 in support of

the City of San Jacinto; and authorize the Executive Director, or his designee, to sign all documents. CalChoice contracts for energy and energy products, legal services, and technical and operational support services for its member agencies in order to keep costs low and maximize revenues for each associate member. By joining together, CalChoice is able to cut costs for each member agency through the benefits of economy of scale. As more cities join CalChoice, each city s share of costs goes down. PEA provides essential on-going consulting and technical services in support of the respective CCA programs for CalChoice member agencies. These services include power resource management, regulatory compliance, rate setting, financial modeling, and performance reporting.
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CCEA CC2

CCEA CC2 attachment

CCEA CC 3. Approve Amendment No. 1 to Professional Services Agreement between California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice) and Bayshore Consulting

Group, Inc. (Bayshore) for management, operations, and administrative services; and authorize the Executive Director, or his designee, to sign all documents.
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Bayshore provides management, operations and administrative services, including Southern California Edison liaison, member city performance and

operational updates, regulatory and legislative affairs, power procurement, contract administration, marketing, oversight of legal, technical, and data management consultants, and overall CalChoice operations. Amendment No. 1 will increase the Scope of Services of the original agreement to include additional finance services, and treasury and accounting services support as CalChoice continues to grow its associate membership, and support continues to transition away from Lancaster city staff.
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CCEA CC3

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NEW BUSINESS

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CCEA NB 1. Long-Term Renewable Energy Contract with Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC on behalf of Pico Rivera Innovative Municipal Energy,

Rancho Mirage Energy Authority and San Jacinto Power
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Recommendations:

a. Approve California Choice Energy Authority entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC on

behalf of Pico Rivera Innovative Municipal Energy;
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b. Approve California Choice Energy Authority entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC on

behalf of Rancho Mirage Energy Authority;
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c. Approve California Choice Energy Authority entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC on

behalf of San Jacinto Power. In October 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 350, also known as the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015 (the Act). Specifically, the Act requires that all load serving entities, including Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) enter into long-term renewable energy contracts with energy delivery to begin by the 2021 2024 compliance period (Compliance Period 4). In order to meet this requirement, California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice), on behalf of its member agencies, issued a Request for Proposals for Renewable Energy Projects in December 2018. CalChoice, on behalf of its member agencies, will be contracting with Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC (Direct Energy) for approximately 2 MW of output.
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CCEA NB 1

CCEA NB 1 attachment

CCEA NB 2. Long-Term Renewable Energy Contract with 3 Phases Renewables Inc. on behalf of Pico Rivera Innovative Municipal Energy, Rancho Mirage

Energy Authority and San Jacinto Power
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Recommendations:

a. Approve California Choice Energy Authority entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with 3 Phases Renewables Inc. on behalf of Pico

Rivera Innovative Municipal Energy;
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b. Approve California Choice Energy Authority entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with 3 Phases Renewables Inc. on behalf of Rancho

Mirage Energy Authority;
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c. Approve California Choice Energy Authority entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with 3 Phases Renewables Inc. on behalf of San

Jacinto Power. In October 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 350, also known as the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015 (the Act). Specifically, the Act requires that all load serving entities, including Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) enter into long-term renewable energy contracts with energy delivery to begin by the 2021 2024 compliance period (Compliance Period 4). In order to meet this requirement, California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice), on behalf of its member agencies, issued a Request for Proposals for Renewable Energy Projects in December 2018. CalChoice, on behalf of its member agencies, will be contracting with 3 Phases Renewables Inc. (3 Phases) for approximately 7 MW of output.
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CCEA NB 2

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COUNCIL ACTIONS

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MINUTES

M 1. Approve the City Council/Successor Agency/Financing/ Power/ California Choice Energy Authority Regular Meeting Minutes of August 13, 2019.

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M1

CONSENT CALENDAR

CC 1. Waive further reading of any proposed ordinances. (This permits reading the title only in lieu of reciting the entire text.)

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CC 2. Approve the Check and Wire Registers for July 21, 2019 through August 17, 2019 in the amount of 16,549,786.82. Approve the Check Register as

presented.

At each regular City Council Meeting, the City Council is presented with check and ACH/wire registers listing the financial claims (invoices) against

the City for purchase of materials, supplies, services, and capital projects issued the prior three to four weeks. This process provides the City Council the opportunity to review the expenditures of the City. Claims are paid via checks, Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments, or federal wires. The justifying backup information for each expenditure is available in the Finance Department.
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CC 2

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CC 3. Accept and approve the July 2019 Monthly Report of Investments as submitted.

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Each month, the Finance Department prepares a report listing the investments for all separate entities under the jurisdiction of the City as

identified in the City s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
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CC 3

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CC 4. Approve Amendment No. 1, extending the term an additional 2 years, of the Professional Services Agreement for Building and Safety Plan Review

and Inspections Services between the City of Lancaster and Interwest Consulting Group, Bureau Veritas/California Code Check, and JAS Pacific; and authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to sign all documents.
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The City Council approved the initial agreements with these consulting firms on May 22, 2018. City staff has been satisfied with the services

provided by these consulting firms and continue to need their support to meet the growing demand for Building and Safety services throughout the City.
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CC 4

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CC 5. Approve Task Order No.4 with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., of Los Angeles, California, in accordance with the Multi-Year Professional

Services Agreement (Service Group Category 1 -Roadway and Structures Engineering) in the amount of 820,641.00, with a 10 contingency, to develop the Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA ED) for Public Works Construction Project No. 15-001, SR-138 (SR-14) and Avenue L Interchange; and authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to sign all documents.
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On July 9, 2013, City Council approved the Measure R Funding Agreement with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Authority (LACMTA) for design, project

development, right-of-way, and construction of SR-138 (SR-14) / Avenue L Interchange improvements in the amount of 5 Million programmed over multiple years (FY13 to FY19). Due to the intimate knowledge gained by having completed the Project Study Report-Project Development Support (PSR-PDS) and Storm Water Data Report (SWDR) for the Avenue L Interchange, and acting as Program Manager during the Environmental Phase on several of our other Measure R Projects, the City is now exercising its option to extend the Environmental Document Phase of the Avenue L project to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. This firm has extensive experience in processing interchange projects.
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, council, utility, development, Utility, program, water, environment, Development, manager, and stormwater

CC 5

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CC 6. Approve a three-year professional services agreement with Tetra Tech, Inc. for Disaster Debris Removal Monitoring Services following a

debris-generating event such as an earthquake, flood, landslide or other manmade disaster; and authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to sign all documents.
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To establish a pre-need, pre-event contract to prepare for such events the City sought proposals to provide Disaster Debris Monitoring Services. The

Disaster Debris Monitoring firm is responsible for monitoring the recovery efforts of the City s Debris Management Contractor (DMC) in the field in accordance with the requirements of Cal OES and FEMA, as well as the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), California Department of Transportation (CalTrans), Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and any other governmental agency with jurisdiction over disaster response and recovery actions policies and guidelines.
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CC 6

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CC 7. Approve a three-year professional services agreement with Ceres Environmental Services, Inc. for Disaster Debris Removal Monitoring Services

following a debris-generating event such as an earthquake, flood, landslide or other manmade disaster.
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To establish a pre-need, pre-event contract to prepare for such events, the City sought proposals to provide Disaster Debris Removal Services. The

Disaster Debris Removal firm is responsible for providing disaster-related debris management services for the City of Lancaster, California, for the collection, processing and disposal of debris resulting from natural or man-made disaster events including, but not limited to, earthquakes, fires, floods, and landslides. This Contract may be activated for City, State and Federally declared disaster events.
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CC 8. Endorse the accuracy of information presented in Lancaster Choice Energy s (LCE) 2018 Power Content Label based on staff s review and

independent auditor report.
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California Public Utilities Code requires all retail sellers of electric energy, including Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE), to disclose accurate,

reliable, and simple-to-understand information on sources of energy that are delivered to their respective customers. Applicable regulations direct retail sellers to provide such communications prior to October 1st of each year. The format for requisite communications is highly prescriptive, offering little flexibility to retail sellers when presenting such information to customers. This format has been termed the Power Content Label, or PCL, by the California Energy Commission (CEC).
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CC 8

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CC 9. Approve entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC for Lancaster Choice Energy.

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In October 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 350, also known as the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015 (the Act).

Specifically, the Act requires that all load serving entities, including Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs), enter into long-term renewable energy contracts with energy delivery to begin by the 2021 2024 compliance period (Compliance Period 4). In order to meet this requirement, California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice), on behalf of Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE) and its other member agencies, issued a Request for Proposals for Renewable Energy Projects in December 2018. CalChoice, and its member agencies, will be contracting with Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC (Direct Energy) for approximately 2 MW of output, 35 of which is for LCE.
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CC 9

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CC 10. Approve entering into a long-term renewable energy contract with 3 Phases Renewables Inc. for Lancaster Choice Energy.

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In October 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 350, also known as the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015 (the Act).

Specifically, the Act requires that all load serving entities, including Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) enter into long-term renewable energy contracts with energy delivery to begin by the 2021 2024 compliance period (Compliance Period 4). In order to meet this requirement, California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice), on behalf of Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE) and its other member agencies, issued a Request for Proposals for Renewable Energy Projects in December 2018. CalChoice and its member agencies will be contracting with 3 Phases Renewables Inc. (3 Phases) for approximately 7 MW of output, 40 of which is for LCE.
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CC 11. Approve the repatriation and donation of four authentic Bark Art Paintings, completed by Aboriginal artists Jimmy Djambalula and Yirawala to

the Berndt Museum of Anthropology in Western Australia.
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Repatriation is the process of returning an asset (in this case the return of art/cultural heritage), either voluntarily or forcibly, to its owner or

place of origin. Australian Aboriginal artifacts, and people, have been popular commodities and study objects within museums nationwide. As such, many of these items were taken in decades prior to international conventions (i.e., UNESCO) implementing protection acts against the looting and illegal seizure of cultural art and artifacts. Although Australia has no current laws governing repatriation, a government program relating to the return of Aboriginal remains and artifacts, the International Repatriation Program administered by the Department of Communications and the Arts, supports repatriation to their communities as it helps promote healing, reconciliation and provides a sense of restitution to the Indigenous communities.
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CC 11

CC 12. Approve the agreement between the City of Lancaster and California Municipal Compliance Consultants, LLC for quality of life enforcement

services; and authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to sign all documents.
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In February 2018, the Public Safety Department entered into an agreement with California Municipal Compliance Consultants (CMCC) to provide services

that include inspection and regulation of Medical Cannabis Cultivation facilities, quality of life issues, and other administrative compliance complaints. This program has proven to be very successful and it is proposed to expand the number of people providing this service. Under the proposed renewal agreement, CMCC would continue to provide these services within the city limits of the City of Lancaster.
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PUBLIC HEARING

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PH 1. Amendment to Chapter 13.10 (Fats, Oils and Grease) of Title 13 of the Lancaster Municipal Code

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Recommendation:

Introduce Ordinance No. 1066, amending Chapter 13.10 of Title 13 of the Lancaster Municipal Code relating to Fats, Oils and Grease.

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The proposed amendments expand the maintenance requirements of grease interceptors, and include provisions requiring Food Service Establishments (

FSE ) to keep training logs, manifests, and logs of collections and disposal of waste cooking oil, which shall be made available to any City representative or inspector upon request. Additionally, provisions are included which allow a City inspector to issue administrative citations for non-compliance or refusal to grant access to the premises for inspection.
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NEW BUSINESS

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NB 1. Award of Habitat Conservation Grant Funds for the Prime Desert Woodland Preserve Trail Expansion

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Recommendations:

a. Accept a 200,000 grant award from the State of California s Habitat Conservation Program to be used to expand the Prime Desert Woodlands (PDW)

Preserve;
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b. Appropriate 200,000 in grant funds to account number 349-11GS011-924 and an additional 200,000 for a required 50 match to account number

224-11GS011-924 from the Biological Impact Fund s fund balance;
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c. Authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to execute all related documents. The award of this grant provides funds for the development of an

additional 4,500 linear feet of recreational walking trails within the Preserve. Direct benefits of the trail development include safer walking routes to Nancy Cory Elementary School, Rawley Duntley Park, Antelope Valley College and Marauder Stadium, which hosts multiple events throughout the year. The project will result in increased active transportation, recreation and outdoor educational opportunities for all local residents as well as an anticipated increase in visitors to the Preserve.
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NB 1

COUNCIL REPORTS

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CR 1. Council Reports

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LANCASTER HOUSING AUTHORITY

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No action required at this time.

LANCASTER FINANCING AUTHORITY

No action required at this time.

LANCASTER POWER AUTHORITY

No action required at this time.

LANCASTER SUCCESSOR AGENCY

No action required at this time.

CITY MANAGER / EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ANNOUNCEMENTS

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CITY CLERK /AGENCY/AUTHORITY SECRETARY ANNOUNCEMENT

PUBLIC BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR - NON-AGENDIZED ITEMS This portion of the agenda allows an individual the opportunity to address the Legislative

Bodies on any item NOT ON THE AGENDA regarding City/Agency/Authority business and speaker cards must be submitted prior to the beginning of this portion of the Agenda. Please complete a speaker card for the City Clerk/Agency/Authority Secretary and identify the subject you would like to address. We respectfully request that you fill the cards out completely and print as clearly as possible. Following this procedure will allow for a smooth and timely process for the meeting and we appreciate your cooperation. State law prohibits the Legislative Body from taking action on items not on the agenda and your matter may be referred to the City Manager/Executive Director. Individual speakers are limited to three (3) minutes each unless a different time limit is announced.
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COUNCIL / AGENCY/ AUTHORITY COMMENTS

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CLOSED SESSION

1. Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d) (2) -

two potential cases.
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2. Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: consideration of initiation of litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)

(4) - two potential cases.
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3. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation - Government Code Section 54956.9(d) (1)

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4. Bootleggers 2 v. City of Lancaster, LASC Case No. BS169660

5. Parker v. Lancaster, LASC MC 027827

6. Kappler v. Lancaster, LASC 18STCVO4990

7. Better Neighborhoods v. Lancaster, LASC BS175020

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8. Antelope Valley Groundwater Cases Included Actions: Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40 v. Diamond Farming Co. Superior Court of

California, County of Los Angeles, Case No. BC325201; Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40 v. Diamond Farming Co. Superior Court of California, County of Kern, Case No. S-1500-CV-254-348 Wm. Bolthouse Farms, Inc. v. City of Lancaster, Diamond Farming Co. v. City of Lancaster, Diamond Farming Co. v. Palmdale Water District Superior Court of California County of Riverside, consolidated actions; Case Nos. RIC 353 840, RIC 344 436, RIC 344 668
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9. Ramos v Patino, LASC Case No. MC027974

10. Roberson v. Torres, LASC Case No. 18AVCV00127

ADJOURNMENT

Next Regular Meeting:

September 24 at 5:00PM

MEETING ASSISTANCE INFORMATION

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this meeting will be held at a location accessible to persons with disabilities; if you need

special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Clerk at (661)723-6020. Services such as American Sign Language interpreters, a reader during the meeting, and/or large print copies of the agenda are available. To ensure availability, you are advised to make your request at least 72 hours prior to the meeting/event you wish to attend. Due to difficulties in securing sign language interpreters, five or more business days notice is strongly recommended. For additional information, please contact the City Clerk at (661)723-6020.
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AGENDA ADDENDUM INFORMATION

On occasion items may be added after the agenda has been mailed to subscribers. Copies of the agenda addendum item will be available at the City

Clerk Department and are posted with the agenda on the windows of the City Council Chambers. For more information, please call the City Clerk Department at (661) 723-6020.

All documents available for public review are on file with the City Clerk Department.


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