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APRIL 15, 1997
FRED HESSE COMMUNITY PARK, 29301 HAWTHORNE BOULEVARD
6:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION - SEE ATTACHED BROWN ACT CHECKLIST.
7:00 P.M. REGULAR SESSION
CALL TO ORDER:
FLAG SALUTE: NEXT RESOL. NO. 97-27
NEXT ORD. NO. 323
APPROVAL OF AGENDA:
APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR:
1. Waiver of full reading of ordinances.
Recommendation: Adopt a motion to waive reading in full of all ordinances and resolutions presented at this meeting with consent of the waiver of reading deemed to be given by all councilmembers after the reading of the title.
2. Minutes of March 11, 1997. (Purcell)
Recommendation: Approve the minutes.
3. Ordinance No. 320 - Code Amendment No. 34 and Environmental Assessment No. 694 - Amendments to Titles 16 and 17 of the City's Municipal Code (Development Code Revisions). (This ordinance was re-introduced at the April 1 Council meeting.) (Rojas)
Recommendation: Adopt Ordinance No. 320 - An Ordinance of the City of Rancho Palos Verdes approving amendments to Titles 16 (Subdivisions) and 17 (Zoning) of the City's Municipal Code.
4. Slurry Seal Program for Fiscal Year 1996-97 - Award of Contract. (Allison)
Recommendation: (1) Award a construction contract for the FY 1996-97 slurry seal program to Roy Allan Slurry Seal, Inc. for a not to exceed amount of $418,992 and authorize staff to spend up to an additional $21,008, for a total authorization of $440,000. (2) Authorize the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute a contract with Roy Allan Slurry Seal, Inc.
5. Traffic Striping and Pavement Markings Contract. (Allison)
Recommendation: (1) Award a contract for traffic striping and pavement markings to Safety Striping, Inc., for a not to exceed amount of $19,941.60; and, authorize staff to spend up to an additional $1,058.40 for contingencies for a total authorization of $21,000. (2) Authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a contract with Safety Striping, Inc.
6. Register of Demands. (McLean)
Recommendation: Adopt Resol. No. 97- .
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7. Addendum No. 2 to EIR No. 32 and Tentative Tract Map No. 46651 - Amendment No. 2 - Seabreeze. Location: Southwest Corner of Crest Road and Highridge Road. (Applicant: Kajima Development Corporation) . (Pfost)
Recommendation: Adopt Resolution No. 97-__, approving Addendum No. 2 to Environmental Impact Report No. 32, including minor changes to the Mitigation Monitoring Program, and Resolution No. 97-__, approving Tentative Tract Map No. 46651 - Amendment No. 2 for the removal of a condition of approval that required the installation of groundwater monitoring wells.
8. Emergency Response Multi-Hazard Functional Plan. (Otto)
Recommendation: Adopt Resol. No. 97- Formally Approving the City's Emergency Response Multi-Hazard Functional Plan.
9. Update on Single Family Residential Solid Waste Collection and Disposal Negotiations with Existing Haulers. (Ramezani)
Recommendation: (1) Direct staff to finalize an exclusive single-family residential refuse, recycling and green waste franchise agreement with Waste Management of Los Angeles. (2) Direct staff to finalize an exclusive single-family residential refuse and recycling franchise agreement with Ivy Rubbish Disposal; and, (3) Approve payment to R. W. Beck, the City's consultant for services rendered during the negotiation process, from the Solid Waste Fund.
10. Proposed Memorandum of Understanding between the City and York Long Point Associates. (Mattingly/Snow)
Recommendation: Approve entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with York Long Point Associates regarding a public/private partnership for the development of a public recreational project, and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the Memorandum of Understanding.
11. Natural Community Conservation Planning (NCCP) Program - Interim Habitat Loss Permit Process. (Rojas)
Recommendation: Adopt Resol. No. 97- approving a Coastal Sage Scrub Interim Habitat Loss Permit Process, pursuant to Section 4(D) "Special Rule" of the Federal Endangered Species Act.
12. General Plan Amendment Initiation Request Policy. (Snow)
Recommendation: Adopt Council Policy No. ____ Regarding the General Plan Amendment Initiation Request Process and direct staff to place the policy in the City Council Policy Manual.
13. Resignation of Recreation & Park Committee Member Frances Giffin. (Purcell)
Recommendation: (1) Make an appointment from those candidates that have already submitted an application for appointment; or, (2) Direct staff to conduct a new recruitment.
14. Community Leaders' Breakfast Meetings. (Purcell)
Recommendation: Select dates for the Community Leaders' Breakfast(s).
15. Mobile Food Vendor Controls. (City Manager)
Recommendation: Direct staff to prepare a resolution providing for a limited time parking zone (green zone) on both sides of Granvia Altamira in the vicinity of the Mobile Station and the 7-11 Market complex.
ORAL CITY COUNCIL REPORTS: (This section designated to oral reports from councilmembers who wish/need to report on Council assignments.)
PUBLIC COMMENTS: (This section of the agenda is for audience comments on items NOT on the agenda; each speaker is limited to three minutes.)
ADJOURNMENT: Adjourn to a time and place certain only if you wish to meet prior to the next regular meeting.
CLOSED SESSION AGENDA CHECKLIST
Based on Government Code Section 54954.5
(All Statutory References are to California Government
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL
A point has been reached where, in the opinion of the City Council/Agency on the advice of its legal counsel, based on the below-described existing facts and circumstances, there is a significant exposure to litigation against the City Council/Agency.
(Number of Potential Cases)
Based upon a threat of litigation received in a lettr dated January 14, 1997 which is on file in the City Clerk's Office.