Mayor Pro Tem
ANAHEIM CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
§ ORDER OF BUSINESS: Public sessions of all regular meetings of the City Council/Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency/Housing Authority/Public Financing Authority/Public Improvement Corporation begin at 5:00 P.M. Public hearings begin at 5:30 P.M. unless otherwise noted. Closed sessions begin at 3:00 P.M. or such other time as noted. Closed sessions may be preceded by one or more public workshops. If a workshop is scheduled, the subject and time of the workshop will appear on the agenda. Not all of the above agencies may be meeting on any given date. The agenda will specify which agencies are meeting. All meetings are in the Anaheim City Hall, Council Chambers 200 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805 or such other location as noted.
§ REPORTS: All agenda items and reports are available for review in the City Clerk’s Office, the Central Library and www.anaheim.net. Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on this agenda (other than writings legally exempt from public disclosure) will be made available for public inspection in the Office of the City Clerk, located at 200 S. Anaheim Blvd., 2nd Floor, Anaheim, CA 92805, during regular business hours.
§ PUBLIC COMMENTS: Prior to the business portion of the agenda, the City Council and all other related agencies meeting on such date will convene in joint session to receive public comments regarding any agenda items or matters within the jurisdiction of any such governing bodies. This is the only opportunity for public input except for scheduled public hearing items. The Mayor or chairperson will separately call for testimony at the time of each public hearing. The City uses speaker cards that should be submitted to the City Clerk (Please note, speaker cards are not required; everyone will have an opportunity to address the Council). The time limit established for public comments is three minutes per speaker unless a different time limit is announced. Testimony during public hearings is subject to the following time limits: Project applicant or issue initiator: twenty minutes for initial presentation and ten minutes for rebuttal; Residents within the noticed area of the subject property: ten minutes; All other members of the public: three minutes. Public hearings regarding legislative matters: five minutes. The Mayor or chairperson may limit the length of comments during public hearings due to the number of persons wishing to speak or if comments become repetitious or irrelevant. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54954.2(a)(2), no action or discussion by the City Council shall be undertaken on any item not appearing on the posted agenda, except to briefly provide information, ask for clarification, provide direction to staff, or schedule a matter for a future meeting.
§ ADDITIONS/DELETIONS: Items of business may be added to the agenda upon a motion adopted by a minimum 2/3 vote finding that there is a need to take immediate action and that the need for action came to the attention of the City or Agency subsequent to the agenda being posted. Items may be deleted from the agenda upon request of staff or upon action of the Council or Agency.
§ CONSENT CALENDAR: Consent Calendar items will be acted on by one roll call vote unless members, staff or the public request the item be discussed and/or removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.
DE TRADUCCION: (TRANSLATION SERVICES: SEE LAST PAGE OF AGENDA FOR DESCRIPTION
IN ENGLISH) La ciudad provee servicios de interpretación al
español en las juntas del Consejo. La interpretación simultánea al español se
ofrece por medio del uso de audífonos y la interpretación consecutiva (español
a inglés) también está disponible para cualquiera que desee dirigirse al
Ayuntamiento, declarando su petición en el podio. No tiene que usar los
servicios de interpretación de la Ciudad; las personas pueden proveer su propio
intérprete, si lo desean. Debido a que
existen muchos dialectos y regionalismos, la Ciudad no puede garantizar que los
intérpretes puedan traducir a un dialecto o regionalismo en particular y rehúsa
cualquier responsabilidad que surja de tales servicios. Para servicios de interpretación en otros
idiomas, comuníquese con la oficina de la Ciudad (City Clerk), cuando menos 48
horas antes de la junta programada.
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Section 54956.9 of the California Government Code)
Name of Case: Michelotti v. City of Anaheim, Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2014 00750012
(Subdivision (d)(1) of Section 54956.9 of the California Government Code)
Name of Case: Ioana Aronovici v. City of Anaheim, et al., OCSC Case No. 30-2014-00762502.
(One potential case)
Invocation: Pastor Paul Fietzek, Orange Avenue Baptist Church
Flag Salute: Council Member Brandman
Presentations: Recognizing Superintendent Mike Matsuda, Anaheim Union High School District
Recognizing Disneyland Resort Dreamers & Luminaries Award Recipients, Erica Rivera and Queen Kwembe of Savanna High School
Recognizing Jonathan Esquivel, 2016 Olympic hopeful, participant in the Cops4Kids boxing program
Ewing, Canyon High School student, for
placing 5th at the
27th Annual NHSCA National Wrestling Championships
Proclaiming April 28, 2016, as World Day for Safety and Health at Work
Proclaiming May 2016, as Community Action Month
Proclaiming May 1-7, 2016, as Small Business Week
Proclaiming May 1-7, 2016, as Wildfire Awareness Week
Proclaiming May 1-7, 2016, as Public Service Recognition Week
Proclaiming May 3, 2016, as Crossing Guard Appreciation Day
Proclaiming May 4-5, 2016, as Holocaust Remembrance Day
Proclaiming May 5, 2016, as Cinco de Mayo
Proclaiming May 6-12, 2016, as National Nurses Week
Proclaiming May 8-14, 2016, as Women’s Lung Health Week
3. Accept the lowest responsive bid of Signature Flooring, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $271,637, for carpet removal and replacement services for the Public Works Department at the Central Library, City Hall 1st and 2nd floor common area locations, and the Muzeo.
4. Accept the lowest responsive bid of A-1 Air Conditioning Heating & Service Company, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $105,630, to refurbish an air handler and replace a condensing unit for the Council Chamber, in accordance with the scope of work, specifications, and terms and conditions of Bid #8672.
5. Award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder, Metro Builders & Engineers Group, LTD, in the amount of $124,180, for the modification to the City Hall pedestrian bridge support and authorize the Finance Director to execute the Escrow Agreement pertaining to contract retentions.
6. Waive the sealed bidding requirement of Council Policy 4.0 and authorize the Purchasing Agent to issue a master agreement to FLIR Surveillance Inc., in the amount of $52,500, for service maintenance to the FLIR Star Safire HD camera system for continued advanced air response and command capabilities for a one year period with an additional one year renewal option and authorize the Purchasing Agent to exercise the renewal option, subject to budget appropriations not to exceed four percent.
7. Waive the competitive bid requirement of Council Policy 4.0, and approve and authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute an agreement with the Orange County Conservation Corps, in the amount of $75,000, for brush clearance services for the Fire & Rescue Department.
8. Approve the fiscal year 2016-2017 Annual Action Plan, in the total funding amount of $7,252,938, for federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Home Investment Partnerships (HOME), Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG), and Housing Opportunities for Persons With Aids (HOPWA) funds, approve the Residential Rehabilitation Program Guidelines and designate the Director of Community Development as the certifying official authorized to execute all documents related to the administration, management and implementation of the CDBG, HOME, ESG, and HOPWA programs.
9. Approve the Regional Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice, a prerequisite when applying to HUD grant programs, and designate the Director of Community & Economic Development as the certifying official authorized to execute all documents related to the administration, management, and implementation of the CDBG, HOME, ESG, and HOPWA programs.
11. Approve Amendment No.1 to Cooperative Agreement C-1-2468 with the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) for the Senior Mobility Program, approve and authorize the Director of Community Services to execute the Senior Mobility Program Agency Service Plan (Plan) with OCTA, direct staff to submit the Plan to OCTA for approval, and authorize the Director of Community Services, or designee, to take the necessary actions to implement the Plan.
13. Approve a professional services agreement with Dewberry Engineers, Inc. for ongoing and upcoming on-call rail services in support of the Public Works Department for a one year term with the option to renew for a period of seven additional years, at the sole discretion of the Director of Public Works..
14. Approve the Cooperation and Contribution Agreement with the City of Stanton for fair share participation energy and maintenance costs for the traffic signal and safety lighting at the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and Winston Road.
15. Approve the First Amendment to Agreement with Robert Borders & Associates, increasing the not to exceed amount from $200,000 to $400,000, for design and architectural planning services for facility modernization and security enhancements throughout the city through 2019.
16. Approve and authorize the Director of the Convention, Sports & Entertainment Department to execute and take the necessary actions to implement an Allocation Agreement with Anaheim Arena Management, LLC regarding performance and the payment of the cost to perform certain architectural remedial work at the Honda Center pursuant to the previously authorized settlement of lawsuits filed under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
17. RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ANAHEIM designating Laguna Street/Place from La Palma Avenue to the south end of the cul-de-sac as "Permit Parking Only" street within Permit-Eligible Parking District No. 17 ("Anaheim Memorial") and determine the action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Regulation No. 15061(b)(3).
18. RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ANAHEIM establishing Permit-Eligible Parking District Nos. 47 ("Jetty"), 48 ("Nautical") and 49 ("Spinnaker") and designating Jetty Drive north of Orangewood Avenue, Nautical Street north of Orangewood Avenue, and Spinnaker Street north of Orangewood Avenue as "Permit Parking Only" streets and determine the action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Regulation No. 15061(b)(3).
20. ORDINANCE NO. 6368 (ADOPTION) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ANAHEIM amending the zoning map referred to in Title 18 of the Anaheim Municipal code relating to zoning (Reclassification No. 2015-00287; DEV2015-00110) (2585 West La Palma Avenue; rezoning property from industrial zone to general commercial zone) (Introduced at the Council meeting of April 12, 2016, Item No. 38).
22. Discuss and provide direction to City staff regarding the
potential termination of the existing contract with Mike Nelson’s Orange County
Tennis Academy, Inc. and the future operation of the Anaheim Tennis Center.
23. Discuss the request by
the Halloween Parade Committee to locate a storage facility for floats and
displays used in the parade and consider providing direction to staff to assist