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CITY OF SANTA BARBARA

CITY COUNCIL

 

JULY 29, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

 

ORDER OF BUSINESS

 

12:30 p.m. - Finance Committee Meeting, David Gebhard Public Meeting Room,

630 Garden Street

2:00 p.m. - City Council Meeting

 

 

ORDINANCE COMMITTEE AND FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETINGS

FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING - 12:30 P.M. IN THE DAVID GEBHARD PUBLIC MEETING ROOM, 630 GARDEN STREET (120.03)

Finance Committee Agenda

1. Subject: June 30, 2014, Investment Report And June 30, 2014, Fiscal Agent Report

Recommendation: That Finance Committee recommend that Council:

A. Accept the June 30, 2014, Investment Report; and

B. Accept the June 30, 2014, Fiscal Agent Report.

(See Council Agenda Item No. 5)

2. Subject: Statement Of Investment Policy And Delegation Of Investment Authority For Fiscal Year 2015

Recommendation: That Finance Committee recommend that Council adopt, by reading of title only, A Resolution of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Adopting the Investment Policy for the City and Rescinding Resolution No. 13-058.

(See Council Agenda Item No. 4)

 

 

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING 2:00 P.M.

 

AFTERNOON SESSION

CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

PUBLIC COMMENT

CONSENT CALENDAR

1.            Subject: Minutes

Recommendation: That Council waive further reading and approve the minutes of the regular meetings of July 15, and July 22, 2014.

2.            Subject: Cancellation Of The August 12, 2014, City Council Meeting (120.02)

Recommendation: That Council cancel the August 12, 2014, City Council meeting.

3.            Subject: Classification and Compensation Adjustments (410.06)

Recommendation: That Council adopt, by reading of title only, A Resolution of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Amending Resolution No. 14-046, the Position and Salary Control Resolution for Fiscal Year 2015, To Implement Two Position Reclassifications and Two Classification Salary Adjustments Effective July 26, 2014.

4.            Subject: Statement Of Investment Policy And Delegation Of Investment Authority For Fiscal Year 2015 (260.01)

Recommendation: That Council adopt, by reading of title only, A Resolution of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Adopting the Investment Policy for the City and Rescinding Resolution No. 13-058.

5.            Subject: June 30, 2014, Investment Report And June 30, 2014, Fiscal Agent Report (260.01)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Accept the June 30, 2014, Investment Report; and

B. Accept the June 30, 2014, Fiscal Agent Report.

6.            Subject: Professional Services Agreement With Aon Hewitt For Actuarial Services (210.01)

Recommendation: That Council authorize the Finance Director to execute a professional services agreement with Aon Hewitt to perform actuarial services in connection with the City's Post Retirement Health Benefits, Sick Leave Benefits, and Article XV and XVA Safety Retirement Plans in amount of $37,000, and authorize the Finance Director to approve additional services if needed totaling $5,000.

7.            Subject: Request For Consent Of Participating Jurisdictions To Renew The Santa Barbara South Coast Tourism Business Improvement District (290.00)

Recommendation: That Council adopt, by reading of title only, A Resolution of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Requesting Consent of the Cities of Carpinteria and Goleta, and the County of Santa Barbara, to Renew the Santa Barbara Tourism Business Improvement District.

8.            Subject: Police Department Explorer Program Funds (520.04)

Recommendation:

That Council accept a donation of $200 from Montecito Firefighters Fund for the Explorer Program and increase appropriations and estimated revenues in the Police Department Miscellaneous Grants Fund for the Explorer Program by $200.

9.            Subject: Agreements For Afterschool Programs (570.06)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Authorize the Parks and Recreation Director to enter into three agreements with the Santa Barbara Unified School District (SBUSD) for the Recreation Afterschool Program (RAP), Afterschool Opportunities for Kids (A-OK), and Junior High Afterschool Sports Program; and

B. Increase appropriations and estimated revenues in the Fiscal Year 2015 Parks and Recreation Department Miscellaneous Grants Fund in the amount of $3,879.

10.         Subject: City And School District Agreement For Joint Use, Programming, Maintenance, And Development (570.07)

Recommendation: That Council approve and authorize the City Administrator to execute a five-year agreement between the City and Santa Barbara Unified School District (District) for Joint Use, Programming, Maintenance, and Development.

11.         Subject: City And School District Joint Use Park Ranger Patrol Services Agreement (570.05)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Authorize the City Administrator to enter into a one-year agreement with the Santa Barbara Unified School District (District) for Park Ranger Patrol Services at District properties at a cost of $31,420; and

B. Increase the Parks and Recreation Fiscal Year 2015 estimated revenues and appropriations by $11,420.

12.         Subject: Lease Agreements For The Westside Neighborhood Center And Louise Lowry Davis Center (580.04)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Authorize the Parks and Recreation Director to execute a one-year lease agreement with Special Olympics for facility space at the Westside Neighborhood Center for an annual rate of $17,062.56;

B. Authorize the Parks and Recreation Director to execute a one-year lease agreement with UCP/Work Inc., for facility space at the Westside Neighborhood Center for an annual rate of $51,925.68; and

C. Authorize the Parks and Recreation Director to execute a one-year lease agreement with United Cerebral Palsy Association of Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara Counties, for facility space at the Louise Lowry Davis Center for an annual rate of $2,553.48.

13.         Subject: Sole Source Vendor For Clean Air Express Passes (670.01)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Authorize the City's General Services Manager to issue a Purchase Order in the amount of $30,000 for Fiscal Year 2015 to the City of Lompoc, to purchase Clean Air Express Passes for the Work Trip Reduction Incentive Program pursuant to the sole source provisions of Santa Barbara Municipal Code Section 4.52.070(k); and

B. Authorize the City Administrator, subject to future appropriations, to approve renewal of the purchase order or other similar contract for the five years ending in 2019.

14.         Subject: Increase In Construction Change Order Authority For The Punta Gorda Street Bridge Replacement Project (530.04)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Authorize an increase in the Public Works Director's change order Authority to approve expenditures for extra work for the Punta Gorda Street Bridge Replacement Project, Contract No. 24,514, in the amount of $148,000, for a total Project expenditure authority of $3,580,037;

B. Increase appropriations in the amount of $148,000 from Measure A reserves to transfer to the Streets Fund for the Punta Gorda Street Bridge Replacement Project, Contract No. 24,514; and

C. Increase estimated revenue and appropriations in the amount of $148,000 in the Streets Fund for the transfer of Funds from the Measure A Fund to cover the cost of the Punta Gorda Street Bridge Replacement Project.

15.         Subject: Community Promotions Contract With Summer Solstice Celebration, Inc. (180.02)

Recommendation: That Council authorize the City Administrator to execute an annual community promotion contract with Summer Solstice Celebration, Inc. in the amount of $64,000 to support year-round administrative expenses for the community event.

16.         Subject: Municipal Code Amendments For Implementation Of Senate Bill 2 Related To Emergency Shelter Zoning (640.09)

Recommendation: That Council adopt by reading of title only, an Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Establishing Regulations for Emergency Shelters As a Permitted Use in the C-M Zone (Option 2).

NOTICES

17.         The City Clerk has on Thursday, July 24, 2014, posted this agenda in the Office of the City Clerk, on the City Hall Public Notice Board on the outside balcony of City Hall, and on the Internet.

 

This concludes the Consent Calendar.

REPORT FROM THE FINANCE COMMITTEE

CITY COUNCIL ADMINISTRATIVE AND ATTORNEY REPORTS

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

18.         Subject: Capital Improvement Projects: Annual Report For Fiscal Year 2014 (230.01)

Recommendation: That Council receive the City's Capital Improvement Projects Fourth Quarter and Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2014.

19.         Subject: Increase In Professional Services For Reactivation Of The Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility (540.10)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Appropriate $643,959 from the Water Fund reserves for the transfer of funds to the Water Drought Fund for reactivation of the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility;

B. Increase estimated revenues and appropriations in the Drought Fund in the amount of $643,959 for the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility;

C. Authorize an increase in the extra services amount with Carollo Engineers, Inc., Professional Services Contract for Preliminary Design Services for Recommissioning the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility, City Agreement No. 24,833, in the amount of $343,959, for a total contract expenditure authority of $1,164,587; and

C. Authorize the City Attorney to negotiate and execute a Professional Services contract with Latham & Watkins LLP in an amount not to exceed $200,000 for legal support services related to the City's existing Coastal Development Permit for the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility.

20.         Subject: Contract For Drought Related Water Rate Modeling Services (540.10)

Recommendation: That Council:

A. Appropriate $42,397 from the Water Fund reserves to the Water Drought Fund for expenses related to the Desalination Financing and Water Rate Modeling Study; and

B. Authorize the Public Works Director to execute a Professional Services contract with Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc., in the amount of $33,917 for services related to the Desalination Financing and Water Rate Modeling Study, and authorize the Public Works Director to approve expenditures of up to $8,480 for extra services that may result from necessary changes in the scope of work.

COUNCIL AND STAFF COMMUNICATIONS

COUNCILMEMBER COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT REPORTS

CLOSED SESSIONS

21.         Subject: Conference With Labor Negotiator (440.05)

Recommendation: That Council hold a closed session, per Government Code Section 54957.6, to consider instructions to City negotiator Kristine Schmidt, Administrative Services Director, regarding negotiations with the Treatment and Patrol Bargaining Unit.

Scheduling: Duration, 30 minutes; anytime

Report: None anticipated

ADJOURNMENT