Meeting to be televised –
REGULAR MEETING OF
BELMONT CITY COUNCIL
Tuesday, April 24, 2012 7:30 PM
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, ONE TWIN PINES LANE
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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION
1. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
A. Proclamation Honoring Valerie Harnish, Information Services Director, Upon Her Retirement
B. Proclamation Declaring Arbor Day
C. Presentation Regarding Caltrain Service Changes Related to High Speed Rail
2. PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
This agenda category is limited to 15 minutes, with a maximum of 3 minutes per speaker, and is for items of interest not on the Agenda. If you wish to address the hearing body, please complete a Speaker's Card and give it to the City Clerk. If you wish to express an opinion on a non-agenda item without addressing the Council, please fill out a "Comment Form" and give to the City Clerk. The reading of the full text of ordinances and resolutions will be waived unless a Councilmember requests otherwise.
COUNCIL MEMBER COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
3. AGENDA AMENDMENTS (if any)
4. CONSENT CALENDAR
Consent Calendar items are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion on these items unless members of the Council, staff or public request specific items to be removed for separate action.
A. Minutes of Special and Regular Meeting of March 27, 2012
B. Resolution Approving a Purchase Order for Thermoplastic Striping at Various Locations throughout the City for an Amount not to Exceed $25,000
C. Resolution Authorizing a Professional Services Agreement with Tristar Risk Management for Workers' Compensation Claims Administration Services in an Amount not to Exceed $12,500 Annually
D. Resolution Authorizing the Emergency Replacement of Furnace #1 at City Hall by Clinton Air in the Amount of $13,295
E. Resolution Authorizing the City of Belmont to Contract with the San Mateo Energy Watch Program for Upgrades for Lighting Quality, Cost Reduction, and Energy Savings at City Hall, Belmont Sports Complex, Twin Pines Lodge and Cottage, and Barrett Community Center in the amount of $12,833 with a 10% contingency of $1,283
F. Resolution Of The City Council Of The City Of Belmont Authorizing Issuance Of A Purchase Order With Dell Marketing For An Amount Not To Exceed $20,000 To Replace 25 Desktop Computers
G. Approval of Response to the San Mateo County Grand Jury Report Regarding “The County, San Carlos and Cal Fire, a Missed Opportunity”
ACTION: 1) Motion to approve the Consent Calendar.
5. HEARINGS (None)
6. OLD BUSINESS
A. One-Year City Council Review – Ordinance Regarding Semi-Circular Driveways and Access to Parking Spaces Within Residential Districts
B. 2035 General Plan Update – Discussion Regarding Project Approach/Schedule
7. NEW BUSINESS
A. Discussion and Direction on FY 2013-14 Sewer Cost of Service Study and Sewer Rate Increase Analysis
8. COMMISSION, COMMITTEE, AND COUNCIL INTERGOVERNMENTAL ASSIGNMENT UPDATES, AND STAFF ITEMS
A. Verbal report from Councilmembers on Intergovernmental (IGR) and Subcommittee Assignments
B. Verbal Report from City Manager
PUBLIC COMMENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS (if any)
For comments longer than 3 minutes or comments that could not be covered in the initial comment period.
9. MATTERS OF COUNCIL INTEREST/CLARIFICATION
Items in this category are for discussion and direction to staff only. No final policy action will be taken by Council.
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