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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

BAKERSFIELD CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

MEETING OF OCTOBER 23, 2019

Council Chambers, City Hall, 1501 Truxtun Avenue Special Meeting 5:15 PM

SPECIAL MEETING - 5:15 PM

1. ROLL CALL

2. INVOCATION

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4. PRESENTATIONS

a. Certificate of Recognition to David Gleeson, owner of the Polo Saddle Drive home, awarded Yard of the Season, Summer 2019.

Tagged Interests: recognition

5. PUBLIC STATEMENTS

6. WORKSHOPS

7. APPOINTMENTS

Tagged Interests: appointments

8. CONSENT CALENDAR Staff recommends adoption of Consent Calendar Items:

Minutes:

a. Approval of minutes of the September 25, 2019, Regular City Council Meetings.

Tagged Interests: council

Payments:

b. Receive and file department payments from September 13, 2019, to October 10, 2019, in the amount of 38,595,333.97; Self Insurance payments from

September 13, 2019, to October 10, 2019, in the amount of 862,264.09, totaling 39,457,598.06.
Tagged Interests: insurance

Ordinances:

Tagged Interests: ordinance

Ward 2 c. First reading of ordinance amending Section 17.58.120 of the Bakersfield Municipal Code relating to parking space requirements within the

central district and other mixed-use areas.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, commercial, and parking

d. First reading of ordinance amending Chapter 15.65 of the Bakersfield Municipal Code relating to the California Fire Code.

Tagged Interests: ordinance and building codes

e. Adoption of an ordinance amending Sections 15.04, 15.05, 15.07, 15.09, 15.11, 15.13, 15.15, 15.17, and 15.19 of the Bakersfield

Tagged Interests: ordinance

Municipal Code, relating to the Building and Construction codes, specifically the California Building Code, Mechanical Code, Plumbing Code,

Electrical Code, Existing Building Code, Historical Building Code, California Residential Code, and California Green Building Code, 2019 editions. (FR 9/25/2019)
Tagged Interests: construction, historical, and building codes

Resolutions:

f. Resolution determining that Active Shooter Kits from Victory Tactical Gear, LLC. cannot be reasonably obtained through the usual bidding

procedures and authorizing the Finance Director to dispense with bidding thereof, not to exceed 174,000.
Tagged Interests: finance and procedure

g. Resolution setting salaries and related benefits for officers and employees of the General Supervisory, Police Supervisory and Management Units.

Tagged Interests: public safety

h. Resolutions setting salaries and related benefits:

1. Resolution approving the Memorandum of Understanding, setting salaries and related benefits for Firefighters and Fire Engineers Unit represented

by the Bakersfield Firefighters Labor Organization (BFLO).
Tagged Interests: fire departments and districts

2. Resolution approving the Memorandum of Understanding, setting salaries and related benefits for Fire Supervisory represented by the Bakersfield

Firefighters Labor Organization (BFLO).
Tagged Interests: fire departments and districts

i. Resolution dispensing with bidding under section 3.20.060(D)(5) of the Bakersfield Municipal Code relating to the design/build construction

procurement process for the upgrade and replacement of the television broadcasting and recording equipment in use in the City Council chambers.
Tagged Interests: construction, equipment, and purchasing

j. Geotab Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment and fleet tracking systems:

Tagged Interests: equipment

1. Resolution of the Bakersfield City Council dispensing with formal bidding procedures in the purchase of Geotab USA global positioning system (GPS)

equipment and monthly monitoring from Blackhole Technologies Inc. and authorizing the use of cooperative procurement contracts for the purchase of the said items, not to exceed 470,000.
Tagged Interests: equipment, council, contract, procedure, and purchasing

2. Agreement with Blackhole Technologies, Inc. for service, installation and repair of GPS equipment (not to exceed 120,000 for a three year term).

Tagged Interests: equipment

k. Emergency repair to 2016 Caterpillar Asphalt Paver:

Tagged Interests: emergency

1. Resolution dispensing with bidding due to emergency repairs of asphalt paver, and authorizing Quinn Company to perform necessary repairs, not to

exceed 61,500.
Tagged Interests: emergency

2. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. PW19-079 with Quinn Company ( 61,500; revised not to exceed 101,500), for

service and repair of construction and off-road equipment. Ward(s) 1, 3 l. Resolutions to add the following territories to the Consolidated

Tagged Interests: construction, equipment, and streets

Maintenance District and approving, confirming, and adopting the Public Works Director s Report for each:

Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

1. Area 1-126 (3915 Rosedale Highway) Ward 3 2. Area 4-202 (1118 Murdock Street) Ward 1

Tagged Interests: streets

Ward(s) 1, 2, 6, 7 m. Resolutions of Intention (ROI) to add the following areas to the Consolidated Maintenance District and preliminarily approving,

confirming, and adopting the Public Works Director s Report for each:
Tagged Interests: Public Works and public works

1. ROI No. 2023 adding Area 3-114 (9801 Compagnoni Street) Ward 6

Tagged Interests: streets

2. ROI No. 2024 adding Area 4-203 (314 H Street) Ward 2 3. ROI No. 2025 adding Area 5-101 (Tract 7322 Berkshire Road

Tagged Interests: streets

approximately 1000 east of South H Street) Ward 7 4. ROI No. 2026 adding Area 5-102 (4915 South H Street) Ward

Tagged Interests: streets

7 5. ROI No. 2027 adding Area 5-103 (52 Planz Road) Ward 1

Tagged Interests: streets

Agreements:

n. Approval of FY2019-20 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Agreements:

Tagged Interests: grant and emergency

1. Bethany Services/Bakersfield Homeless Center ( 67,438) for ESG funds to provide Emergency Shelter Services at 1600 East Truxtun Avenue;

Tagged Interests: funding, services, emergency, and homeless

2. The Mission at Kern County ( 66,000) for ESG funds to support Emergency Shelter activities at 816 E. 21st Street;

Tagged Interests: funding, streets, and emergency

3. Alliance Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault ( 28,164) for ESG funds to support Emergency Shelter services administered at1921 19th Street;

Tagged Interests: funding, streets, services, emergency, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence

4. Flood Bakersfield Ministries ( 23,625) for ESG funds for Street Outreach services administered at 601 24th Street; and

Tagged Interests: funding, streets, services, and flooding

5. Bethany Services/Bakersfield Homeless Center ( 100,332) for ESG funds to provide Rapid Re-Housing Program services administered at 1600 East

Truxtun Avenue.
Tagged Interests: funding, services, program, homeless, and housing

o. Approval of FY2019-20 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Agreements:

Tagged Interests: grant, development, Development, cdbg, and community development

1. Agreement with Bakersfield Senior Center, Inc. ( 90,000), of Community Development Block Grant funds for operational expenses at 530 4th Street.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, streets, development, Development, cdbg, and community development

2. The Mission at Kern County ( 35,000) of CDBG funds to support Emergency Shelter activities at 816 E. 21st Street.

Tagged Interests: funding, streets, emergency, and cdbg

p. Agreement with Paymentus Corporation to provide electronic bill payment services for utilities, business licenses, and other customer charges.

Tagged Interests: business, utility, Utility, services, license, and business license

q. Hold Harmless Agreement between the Bakersfield Fire Department and California Water Service Company.

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, fire departments and districts, and water

r. Reimbursement Agreement with North Kern Water Storage District (not to exceed 182,397.75 for 2019 through 2022) for Weather Modification Program.

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, program, and water

Ward(s) 1, 6 s. Agreement with W3i Engineering ( 98,750) to provide design and engineering services for Wastewater Treatment Plant No. 2 Digester

Mixing Pumps and Sludge Recirculation Pumps and Wastewater Treatment Plant No. 3 Sludge Recirculation Pumps Replacement Project.
Tagged Interests: sewer, services, and plant

Ward 3 t. Final Map, Improvement Agreement and Landscape agreement with Woodside 06 N, LP (Developer) for Tract Map 6419, Phase 4 located East of

Quail Creek Road and South of Etchart Road.
Tagged Interests: streets and buildings and grounds

Ward 5 u. Final Map and Improvement Agreement with Castle Cooke a California Inc. (Developer) for Tract 7299, Unit 3 located South of Ming Ave. and

East of Highgate Park Blvd.
Tagged Interests: parks

Ward 5 v. Final Map and Improvement Agreement with Castle Cooke a California Inc. (Developer) for Tract 7299, Unit 6 located South of Ming Ave. and

East of Highgate Park Blvd.
Tagged Interests: parks

Ward 5 w. Final Map and Improvement Agreement with Castle Cooke a California Inc. (Developer) for Tract 7300, Unit 5 located South of Ming Ave. and

East of Highgate Park Blvd.
Tagged Interests: parks

Ward 5 x. Transportation Impact Fee Credit Agreement with Castle Cooke California, Inc. (not to exceed 330,450), for construction of Allen Road

between White Lane and Ming Avenue.
Tagged Interests: construction, streets, and transportation

Ward 5 y. Transportation Impact Fee Credit Agreement with Castle Cooke California, Inc. (not to exceed 387,487), for construction of Ming Avenue west

of Allen Road along the frontage of Tentative Tract 7299.
Tagged Interests: construction, streets, zoning, and transportation

Ward 5 z. Transportation Impact Fee Credit Agreement with Castle Cooke California, Inc. (not to exceed 557,098), for construction of Ming Avenue west

of Allen Road along the frontage of Tentative Tract Maps 7255 7256.
Tagged Interests: construction, streets, zoning, and transportation

Ward(s) 1, 2 aa. Transformative Climate Communities Grant Program Grant funds to conduct planning activities related to affordable housing, workforce

development and alternative transportation in Downtown Bakersfield.
Tagged Interests: planning, funding, grant, development, downtown, transportation, program, environment, Development, workforce development, workforce, and housing

1. Agreement with Dudek, to implement required components, tasks and deliverables for the City of Bakersfield's Transformative Climate Communities

Planning Grant Project; and
Tagged Interests: planning, grant, and environment

2. Appropriate 200,000 in Transformative Climate Communities Grant funds to the Development Services Operating budget in the General Fund.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, budget, development, services, environment, and Development

ab. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 17-056 with Clifford Brown ( 50,000) to provide outside legal services in the matter of Hillary Bjorneboe v.

City of Bakersfield.
Tagged Interests: legal and services

ac. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 18-051 with Muxlow Construction

Tagged Interests: construction

(not to exceed 80,000 HUD Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds) to provide handicap accessibility improvement services to qualified

low-income residents in privately owned structures.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, development, services, Development, poverty, cdbg, and community development

ad. Amendment No. 5 to Agreement No. 17-002 with Trans-West Security Services, Inc. ( 278,223; revised not to exceed 662,892 and extend term one

year), for continued park security services.
Tagged Interests: security, services, and parks

ae. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 19-183 with Asela Environmental Inc.( 13,275; revised not to exceed 104,015), to provide additional cleanup

services to Downtown and Old Town Kern neighborhoods of Bakersfield.
Tagged Interests: downtown, services, environment, and neighborhood

af. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 17-130 with Clean Energy ( 75,000; revised not to exceed 275,000) to perform inspections, maintenance, and

repairs of the Liquefied and Compressed Natural Gas (LCNG) fueling facilities.
Tagged Interests: environment, natural gas, clean energy, and energy

ag. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 19-043 with Argo Chemical, Inc. ( 55,000; revised not to exceed 100,000), to continue the supply of pool

chemicals.

ah. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 18-179 with JCI Jones Chemicals, Inc. ( 60,000; revised not to exceed 120,000), to continue the supply of sodium

hypochlorite.

ai. Amendment No. 3 to Agreement No. 16-265 with Rotational Molding, Inc. ( 400,000; revised not to exceed 1,809,400 and extend term one year), to

continue the supply of refuse and recycling carts.
Tagged Interests: recycling

aj. Amendment No. 1 to Agreement No. 17-190 with Soils Engineering, Inc. ( 175,000; revised not to exceed 896,750), for material testing services for

various Capital Improvement Projects, Calendar Years 2018 and 2019.
Tagged Interests: capital spending, Capital Spending, and services

Ward 5 ak. Contract Change Order No. 1 to Agreement No. 18-153 with WM Lyles Co. ( 23,467.36; revised not to exceed 892,977.36), for the Tevis Ranch

PDA - Lift Station Project.
Tagged Interests: contract

Ward 2 al. Contract Change Order No. 32, 44, and 47 to Agreement No. 18-135 with Granite Construction ( 156,841.70; revised not to exceed

35,920,848.69) for the Belle Terrace Operational Improvements Project.
Tagged Interests: construction and contract

Ward 2 am. Contract Change Order Nos. 20, and 28 to Agreement No. 184-154 with Griffith Company ( 62,500; revised not to exceed 28,852,052.37) for

24th Street Operational Improvement Project.
Tagged Interests: streets and contract

Ward(s) 2, 3 an. Contract Change Order No. 39 to Agreement No. 17-044 with Security Paving Company ( 75,000; revised not to exceed 42,110,425.19) for

the Kern River Bridge Improvement Project.
Tagged Interests: security, contract, and watershed

Ward 4 ao. Contract Change Order Nos. 2, and 3 to Agreement No. 18-200 with Griffith Company ( 77,286.54; revised not to exceed 6,915,070.54) for

Stockdale Hwy and Enos Lane/SR 43 Roundabout Project.
Tagged Interests: contract

Ward(s) 2, 6 ap. Contract Change Order No. 1 to Agreement No. 18-176 with Security Paving Company ( 95,012; revised not to exceed 48,788,947) for

Tagged Interests: security and contract

the Bakersfield Freeway Connector Project. Bids:

Tagged Interests: rfp and RFP

Ward 2 aq. Reject all bids for Storm Water Pump Station: Police Department Pistol Range Project.

Tagged Interests: rfp, gun control, RFP, utility, Utility, public safety, water, Gun Control, and stormwater

ar. Accept bid from Golden Star Technology, Inc., Cerritos, California ( 61,428.38) for Juniper extended warranty for the Technology Services

Division.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, services, Technology, and technology

Ward 3 as. Accept bid and approve contract to Midstate Sheetmetal, Inc., Bakersfield ( 103,350) for the Fire Station 10 re-roof project.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, contract, and fire departments and districts

Ward 7 at. Accept bid and approve contract with Griffith Company ( 449,330) for Street Widening: Wible Road, Between Esperanza Drive and Medallion

Rose Avenue.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, streets, and contract

Ward(s) 5, 6 au. Accept bid and approve contract with Bowman Asphalt, Inc. ( 882,851), for the Street Improvements and Widening on Panama Lane from

Young Street to Cactus Patch Drive.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, streets, contract, and streetscape

Miscellaneous:

Successor Agency Business:

Tagged Interests: business

av. Receive and file Successor Agency payments from September 13, 2019, to October 23, 2019, in the amount of 187,262.50.

Public Safety Vital Services Measure:

Tagged Interests: public safety and services

aw. Resolution dispensing with bidding procedures, authorizing American Emergency Products California to outfit police vehicles, and authorizing

Finance Director to dispense with bidding, not to exceed 1,550,000 due to Public Safety concerns.
Tagged Interests: finance, public safety, procedure, and emergency

9. CONSENT CALENDAR PUBLIC HEARINGS Staff recommends conducting Consent Calendar Public Hearing and approval of items.

Tagged Interests: hearing

10. HEARINGS

Tagged Interests: hearing

Ward 2 a. Appeal by Keith Lawless of the September 10, 2019 decision of the Board of Zoning Adjustment to approve a conditional use permit to allow

an indoor banquet venue in the C-1 (Neighborhood Commercial Zone) district, located at 2520 Brundage Lane.
Tagged Interests: zoning, commercial, and neighborhood

b. Public Hearing to consider resolution setting Domestic Water Availability Fee for service areas of the City of Bakersfield Domestic Water system.

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, and hearing

11. REPORTS

Update from the City Council Ad-Hoc Committee related to the recruitment efforts for the position of City Manager.

Tagged Interests: council, administrator, and manager

12. DEFERRED BUSINESS

Tagged Interests: business

Ordinances amending Sections 17.04.539, 17.58.110, and Chapter 17.65

Tagged Interests: ordinance

of the Bakersfield Municipal Code relating to Accessory Dwelling Units.

Two Options:

1. Adopt two ordinances regarding Accessory Dwelling Units: (1) reducing parking requirement for Accessory Dwelling Units, and (2) waiving all impact

fees and removing the owner occupancy requirement for Accessory Dwelling Units (FR 09/11/19)
Tagged Interests: ordinance and parking

2. First reading of ordinance mirroring state law regarding Accessory Dwelling Units.

Tagged Interests: ordinance

Staff recommends City Council determination.

Tagged Interests: council

13. NEW BUSINESS

Tagged Interests: business

14. COUNCIL AND MAYOR STATEMENTS

Tagged Interests: council

15. ADJOURNMENT

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT

MEETING DATE: 10/23/2019 Presentations 4. a.

TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council

Tagged Interests: council

FROM: Mayor Karen K. Goh

DATE: 10/14/2019

WARD:

SUBJECT: Certificate of Recognition to David Gleeson, owner of the Polo Saddle Drive home, awarded Yard of the Season, Summer 2019.

Tagged Interests: recognition

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

BACKGROUND:

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT

MEETING DATE: 10/23/2019 Consent Minutes a.

TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council

Tagged Interests: council

FROM: Julie Drimakis, City Clerk

DATE: 8/1/2019

WARD:

SUBJECT: Approval of minutes of the September 25, 2019, Regular City Council Meetings.

Tagged Interests: council

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

BACKGROUND:

ATTACHMENTS: Description Type Minutes Backup Material

BAKERSFIELD CITY COUNCIL

Tagged Interests: council

MINUTES

MEETING OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2019

Council Chambers, City Hall, 1501 Truxtun Avenue

Regular Meetings- 3:30 p.m. and 5:15 p.m.

REGULAR MEETING -3:30 PM

1. ROLL CALL

Present: Mayor Goh, Vice-Mayor Parlier, Councilmembers Gonzales,

Weir, Smith, Freeman, Sullivan (seated at 3:32 p.m.)

Absent: Rivera

2. PUBLIC STATEMENTS

None.

3. WORKSHOPS

a. Keep Bakersfield Beautiful Committee Update.

Community Relations Specialist Felix and Heather Pennella, Chair of

the Keep Bakersfield Beautiful Committee, made comments and

provided a PowerPoint presentation.

b. League of California Cities Annual Conference appointment of

Tagged Interests: appointments

voting delegate(s) and City position on conference resolutions. (City staff recommends the City Council appoint a voting delegate and alternate

delegate(s), and adopt City staff's recommended positions on
Tagged Interests: council, appointments, and voting

the League proposed resolutions.)

Assistant City Manager Huot made staff comments.

Tagged Interests: administrator and manager

Motion by Vice-Mayor Parlier to appoint Mayor Goh as the voting

Tagged Interests: appointments and voting

delegate. Motion passed with Councilmember Rivera absent.

Motion by Councilmember Sullivan to appoint Vice-Mayor Parlier

Tagged Interests: appointments

as the alternate delegate. Motion passed with Councilmember

Rivera absent.

Motion by Vice-Mayor Parlier to approve the staff recommendation

on the resolutions proposed by the League. Motion passed with

Councilmember Rivera absent.

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4. CLOSED SESSION

a. Conference with Legal Counsel Existing Litigation; Closed Session pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(1) for the

Tagged Interests: legal

following:

1. Concerned Citizens About Centennial Corridor v. California

Tagged Interests: corridor

Department of Transportation, et al., Kern County Superior

Tagged Interests: transportation

Court Case No. BCV-16-100041

Tagged Interests: legal and court

2. Citizens Against the 24t h Street Widening Project v. City

Tagged Interests: streets

of Bakersfield Kern County Superior Court Case No. S-1500-

Tagged Interests: legal and court

CV-281556, KCT Consolidated with BCV-16-101556 NFT)

3. United Citizens for Community Cohesion v. City of

Bakersfield, et al., Kern County Superior Court Case No. BCV-

Tagged Interests: legal and court

17-102648, KCT

Motion by Vice-Mayor Parlier to adjourn to Closed Session at 3:50

p.m. Motion passed with Councilmember Rivera absent.

The Closed Session meeting was adjourned at 4:28 p.m.

Meeting reconvened at 4:50 p.m.

5. CLOSED SESSION ACTION

a. Conference with Legal Counsel Existing Litigation; Closed Session pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(1) for the

Tagged Interests: legal

following:

1. Concerned Citizens About Centennial Corridor v. California

Tagged Interests: corridor

Department of Transportation, et al., Kern County Superior

Tagged Interests: transportation

Court Case No. BCV-16-100041

Tagged Interests: legal and court

2. Citizens Against the 24t h Street Widening Project v. City

Tagged Interests: streets

of Bakersfield Kern County Superior Court Case No. S-1500-

Tagged Interests: legal and court

CV-281556, KCT Consolidated with BCV-16-101556 NFT)

3. United Citizens for Community Cohesion v. City of

Bakersfield, et al., Kern County Superior Court Case No. BCV-

Tagged Interests: legal and court

17-102648, KCT

City Attorney was given direction with Councilmember Rivera

Tagged Interests: legal

absent.

6. ADJOURNMENT

Mayor Goh adjourned the 3:30 p.m. meeting at 4:51 p.m.

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REGULAR MEETING- 5:15 p.m.

1. ROLL CALL

Present: Mayor Goh, Vice-Mayor Parlier, Councilmembers Gonzales,

Weir, Smith, Freeman, Sullivan

Absent: Rivera

2. INVOCATION

by Lay Leader Rabbi Howard Silver of B nai Jacob Synagogue.

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

by GloriAnn Aninion, Senior at Centennial High School.

Tagged Interests: education

4. PRESENTATIONS

a. Proclamation to Phil Burns, Director of Development Services, and

Tagged Interests: recognition, development, services, and Development

Code Enforcement Officers, David Paquette, Billy Owens, and

Tagged Interests: codes enforcement

Steven Rodrigue, declaring the second week of October 2019 as

Code Enforcement Officer Appreciation Week in Bakersfield.

Tagged Interests: codes enforcement

Vice-Mayor Parlier made comments.

Code Enforcement Officer Owens accepted the Proclamation and

Tagged Interests: recognition and codes enforcement

made comments.

b. Presentation by Shayla Woods-Collins, Human Resources Supervisor

Tagged Interests: human resources

to winners of the 2019 Excellence in Action Awards, the Extra Mile

Award, and S.T.A.R. Award in recognition of outstanding service to

Tagged Interests: recognition

the City of Bakersfield.

Excellence in Action Awards recipients: Tessa Andrews, City

Treasurer; Ashleigh Perez, Accounting Clerk; Shane Gardner,

Tagged Interests: Treasurer and TREASURER

Hazardous Materials Specialist; Marcela Haskins, Police Sergeant;

Tagged Interests: public safety, materials, and hazardous materials

Tamia Smith, Communications Center Supervisor; Mason Woessner,

Tagged Interests: communications and Communications

Police Sergeant; Richard Gutierrez, Heavy Equipment Operator-

Tagged Interests: equipment and public safety

Solid Waste; Susan Hernandez, Accounting Clerk II; Linda McVicker,

Tagged Interests: utility, solid waste, and Utility

Recreation Supervisor II; Eliazar Sanchez, Light Equipment Operator;

Tagged Interests: equipment and recreation

Omar Flores, Canal Tender II; William Tillman, Maintenance

Tagged Interests: watershed

Craftworker I; and Antonio Vasquez, Facility Worker (not present).

Tagged Interests: facility

The recipient of the Shining Team Achievement

Recognition (S.T.A.R.) Award was the Fire Prevention Services Team:

Tagged Interests: recognition and services

Peter Armagost; Esther Duran (not present); Shane Gardner; Kris

Karns; Cheyanne Lo; Ernie Medina; Malcolm Moore (not present);

Chelsea Palmer; Howard Wines.

Tagged Interests: alcohol

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4. PRESENTATIONS continued ITEM 4.b.

The Extra Mile Award for 2019 was presented to the Bakersfield

Police Academy Remodel Team: Manuel Acosta; Justin Adamson;

Tagged Interests: public safety

Alex Adona; Danny Aurin; Jessie Ayala; Jason Balfour; Manuel

Barraza; Justin Berhow (not present); Roy Bravo; Anthony Brown;

Robert Cardoza; Nick Celedon; Dennis Chua; Joe Cisneros; David

Cook; Alex Esparza; Robert Garza; Preston George; Roy Gonzales;

Jeff Grimes; Gabe Guevara; Brett Iacopetti; Brian Jackson; Sam

Juarez; James Lawson; Efrain Marquez; Peter Martin; Daniel

Martinez; Gustavo Merjil; William Miramontes; Bryan Paddock;

Blaine Paregien; Hector Perezchica; Tony Pinedo; Stan Quinteros;

George Quirino; Daniel Rangel; Sean Reis; Benjamin Samano; Jorge

Sotello; Abel Torres; Chris Torres; Fred Vasquez; John Williams; Sergio

Zambrano.

5. PUBLIC STATEMENTS

a. Robert Lee made comments regarding the importance of the

United States 2020 Census and submitted written material.

b. Jose Rodriguez made comments regarding cost of living increases

for City employees.

c. Curtis Bingham, Sr., expressed appreciation and gave blessings to

the City and law enforcement.

d. The following individuals made comments regarding homelessness: