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NOTICE OF MEETING

CITY OF PACIFIC GROVE

CITY COUNCIL

SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 5:00 P.M.

Council Chamber – City Hall – 300 Forest Avenue, Pacific Grove, CA

 

AGENDA

CALL TO ORDER Play >> Roll Call. Play >> 

Present: Mayor Peake, Mayor Pro Tem Huitt, Councilmember Amelio, Councilmember Garfield, Councilmember McAdams, Councilmember Smith.

Absent: Councilmember Tomlinson.

 CLOSED SESSION

PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION MATTERS

 

A.               Conference with Legal Counsel – Pending/Threatened Litigation (Government Code § 54956.9(b)) Number of Cases: One

 

B.               Conference with Labor Negotiators (Government Code Section 54957.6) City Negotiators: Ben Harvey, City Manager and Leticia Livian, Human Resources Director Employee Organization: General Employees Association

 

C.               Conference with Labor Negotiators (Government Code Section 54957.6) City Negotiators: Ben Harvey, City Manager and Leticia Livian, Human Resources Director Employee Organization: Management Employees Association

 

ADJOURNMENT


 

EMBLM          NOTICE OF MEETING

CITY OF PACIFIC GROVE

CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 6:00 P.M.

Council Chamber – City Hall – 300 Forest Avenue, Pacific Grove, C

 

AGENDA

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Councilmember Amelio   Play >> 

 

1.                             APPROVAL OF AGENDA Play >> 

 

2.                             PRESENTATIONS

A.               Casa de Noche Buena Presentation Play >> 

Reference: Robin McCrae, Community Human Services Chief Executive Officer

Recommended Action: Receive presentation.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

3.                             COUNCIL AND STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS (City-Related Items Only)

A.               Report on Closed Session by City Attorney Play >> 

 

B.                Other Play >> 

 

4.                             GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT Play >> 

General Public Comment must deal with matters subject to the jurisdiction of the City and the Council that are not on the Regular Agenda. This is the appropriate place to comment as to items on the Consent Agenda, only if you do not wish to have the item pulled for individual consideration by the Council. Comments from the public will be limited to three minutes and will not receive Council action. Comments regarding items on the Regular Agenda shall be heard prior to Council’s consideration of such items at the time such items are called. Whenever possible, written correspondence should be submitted to the Council in advance of the meeting, to provide adequate time for its consideration.

 

CONSENT AGENDA

The Consent Agenda deals with routine and non-controversial matters, and may include action on resolutions, ordinances, or other public hearings for which testimony is not anticipated. The vote on the Consent Agenda shall apply to each item that has not been removed. Any member of Council, staff, or the public may remove an item from the Consent Agenda for individual consideration. When items are pulled for discussion, they will be automatically placed at the end of their respective section within the Regular Agenda. One motion shall be made to adopt all non-removed items on the Consent Agenda.

 

5.                             APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business

A.                Minutes of the February 5, 2020 City Council Special and Regular Meetings

Reference: Kerry Lindstrom, Deputy City Clerk

Recommended Action: Approve minutes.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

6.                             RESOLUTIONS

Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business or 13. New Business

A.                Administrative Documents Regarding Tobacco Retail Licensing

Reference: Milas Smith, Public Works Deputy Director

Recommended Action: Approve two administrative documents associated with the Tobacco Retail Licensing Program:

1)      A resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a memorandum of understanding with the County of Monterey for tobacco retail licensing and administration and enforcement service.

(2)  An MOU between the City of Pacific Grove and County of Monterey.

CEQA: Categorical Exemption, CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), Legislative Amendment

 

7.                             ORDINANCES

Items pulled from this section will be placed under 11. Public Hearings

A.                Ordinance Regarding the Point Pinos Lighthouse

Reference: Bill Peake, Mayor

Recommended Action: Hold second reading and adopt an ordinance to amend PGMC Title 3, Boards and Commissions, pertaining to the Museum Board and the Point Pinos Lighthouse, and direct a summary of the ordinance be published as approved by the City Attorney.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

B.                Ordinance to Amend PG Municipal Code 14.08 (E-Bikes)

Reference: Cathy Madalone, Chief of Police

Recommended Action: Hold a second reading and adopt an ordinance amending PGMC 14-08 (E-Bikes).

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

8.                             REPORTS – INFORMATION ONLY

Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business or 13. New Business

A.               Treasurer's Quarterly Report - Second Quarter, Fiscal Year 19-20 Reference: Tori Hannah, Administrative Services Director Recommended Action: Receive the Report.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

B.                Quarterly Budget Report - Second Quarter, Fiscal Year 19-20 Reference: Tori Hannah, Administrative Services Director Recommended Action: Receive Report.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

C.                Workers Compensation Report - Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2019-20 Reference: Tori Hannah, Administrative Services Director Recommended Action: Receive the Report.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

D.               City Council Goals Update Play >> 

Reference: Ben Harvey, City Manager

Recommended Action: Receive the report.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

E.                Mayor's Regional Meetings

Reference: Bill Peake, Mayor

Recommended Action: Recieve report.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

F.                MST Highlights for February 10, 2020

Reference: Joe Amelio, Council Member

Recommended Action: Receive hightlights.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

9.                             REPORTS – REQUIRING ACTION

Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business or 13. New Business

A.                Cemetery Tractor Purchase

Reference: Joyce Halabi, Deputy Director Public Works

Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to enter into an agreement with C&N Tractors for the purchase of a Kubota L47 tractor in an amount not to exceed $44,176.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

B.                Appointments to Administrative Enforcement Hearing Officer Panel and Library Board

Reference: Bill Peake, Mayor

Recommended Action: Approve the appointment of (1) Carmelita Garcia to the Administrative Enforcement Hearing Officer Panel for a term ending January 31, 2022 and (2) Jean Blondeau to the Library Board for a term ending January 31, 2023.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

10.                          MEETING MINUTES OF COMMISSIONS, BOARDS, AND COMMITTEES

Items pulled from this section will be placed under 13. New Business

A.                Museum Board Minutes:  November 5, 2019 and December 10, 2019

Reference: Ben Harvey, City Manager

Recommended Action: Receive minutes.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

B.                Recreation Board Meeting Minutes: July 25, August 27, September 26, October 24, November 19, 2019

Reference: Kyle Susic Recreation Program Manager

Recommended Action: Receive Report.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

REGULAR AGENDA

11.                          PUBLIC HEARINGS

For public hearings involving a quasi-judicial determination by the Council, the proponent of an item may be given 10 minutes to speak and others in support of the proponent’s position may be given three minutes each. A designated spokesperson for opposition to the item may be given 10 minutes to speak and all others in opposition may be given three minutes each. Very brief rebuttal and surrebuttal may be allowed in the sole discretion of the Council. In public hearings not involving a quasi-judicial determination by the Council, all persons may be given three minutes to speak on the matter. Public hearings on non-controversial matters or for which testimony is not anticipated may be placed on the Consent Agenda, but shall be removed if any person requests a staff presentation or wishes to be heard on the matter.

 

A.               Pacific Grove Municipal Code 11.96 Unlawful Noises, Section 11.96.020 Leaf Blowers Play >> 

Reference: Milas Smith Deputy Director Public Works

Recommended Action: Introduce and hold the first reading to amend Pacific Grove Municipal Code 11.96 Unlawful Noises, and direct publication of a summary as directed by the City Attorney.

CEQA: Categorical Exemption, CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), Legislative Amendment

 

12.                          UNFINISHED AND ONGOING BUSINESS

A.               FY 19/20 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Play >> 

Reference: Joyce Halabi, Deputy Director Public Works

Recommended Action:

1.    Receive the FY 19/20 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) mid-year progress update

2.    Amend the FY 19/20 CIP Project List

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

 

13.                          NEW BUSINESS

A.               Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Pacific Grove and the General Employees Association (GEA) Play >> 

Reference: Ben Harvey, City Manager and Leticia Livian, Human Resources Director

Recommended Action: Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Pacific Grove and the General Employees Association (GEA)

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

B.                Be SMART Educational Campaign on Responsible Firearm Storage Play >> 

Reference: Jenny McAdams, Council Member

Recommended Action: Adopt a resolution in support of the Be SMART educational campaign on responsible firearm storage.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

14.                          FULL PRESENTATIONS

A.               Office of the Emergency Services Presentation Play >> 

Reference: Kelsey A Scanlon, Emergency Services Planner, County of Monterey

Recommended Action: Receive presentation.

CEQA: Does not constitute a “Project” per California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15378

 

ADJOURNMENT Play >>