Belmont City Council Meeting
- Date: 02/22/2000 7:30 PM
- Location: Twin Pines Senior & Community Center
1223 Ralston Ave, Twin Pines Park
Belmont, California 94002
REGULAR MEETING OF
BELMONT CITY COUNCIL
TUESDAY, February 22, 2000, 7:30 P.M.
TWIN PINES SENIOR AND COMMUNITY CENTER
1223 RALSTON AVENUE
TWIN PINES PARK
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SPECIAL MEETING: 5:45 P.M.
A. Conference with Property Negotiator, Susan Westman, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8
1. APN: 043-081-060
B. Conference with Legal Counsel, existing litigation, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9
1. Helen Eakin vs. City of Belmont, Superior Court Case #409126
C. Conference with Legal Counsel, existing litigation, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9
1. Knolls of Belmont vs. City of Belmont, Superior Court Case #409314
D. Conference with Property Negotiator, Susan Westman, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8
1. APN’s:045-246-130, 045-243-040, 045-252-080; 772-003-000-1-00; 045-025-252-06A; 045-025-252; 17A-30-A; 045-247-040; 045-247-030; 772-003-000-100,CA; 040-311-120; 040-331-200; 045-182-080; 045-182-070; 045-243-020; 045-243-030; 045-182-100; 045-182-110; 045-182-240; 045-164-030; 040-332-230.
E.Conference with Legal Counsel, anticipated litigation,. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9:
1. One Case
A. Discussion and consideration of Conceptual Plans for City Hall exterior remodel and addition. (Continued from 2/8/00)
AGENDA STUDY SESSION - 7:15 P.M.
REGULAR MEETING - 7:30 P.M.
REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to be led by Girl Scout Troop 1269 from Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Troop Leader Lori Nicolopulos.
1. SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY/PRESENTATIONS
A. Proclamation declaring Arbor Day in the City of Belmont, March 4, 2000.
2. PUBLIC/COUNCIL COMMENTS
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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. Approval of meeting minutes: Special and Regular Meetings of February 8, 2000.
A. Approval of Warrant List Dated: 1/27/00 for total amount of $472,701.89 and dated 2/3/00 for total amount of $164,438.96.
C. Written Communication 1). Rec. 2/7/00 ltr. to FCC re. KMTP, SF, CA Complaint for Carriage; 2). Before the PUC of CA Notice of Filing applic. to amend certificate of public convenience & necessity to operate as a Passenger State Corporation (USA Shuttle Service); 3). Notice of Applic. for certificate of public convenience & necessity (My Shuttle).
D. Motion to approve Claims Management Report.
E. Resolution approving a permanent encroachment permit for the construction of a wood deck within a public easement at 2850 Belmont Canyon Road. APN:043-072-320 (Gorgolinksi)
F. Resolution Authorizing the Filing of Applications For National Highway Safety Act Program Funding with the State of California Office Of Traffic Safety for: 1) A Speed Monitoring Awareness Program in the Amount Of $14,245, and 2) A Priority Control System for Integrated Emergency Response in the Amount of $282,000, and Stating the Assurance of the City of Belmont to Complete the Projects.
G. Resolution authorizing payment for Change Order No. 76 for an amount not to exceed $65,202.00 for furnishing and installing seven security cameras at the Belmont Station, Ralston/Harbor/Holly Grade Separation Project, Phase B, Kiewit Pacific Corp. City Contract No. 330-B.
H. Resolution designating Cerulean Technologies, Inc. for Belmont Police Department in conjunction with the San Carlos Police Department to purchase and install mobile Data Server software.
I. Motion pursuant to Section 1-11 of the Municipal Code authorizing review of Planning Commission action of February 1, 2000, Item 6-A Public Hearing –900 Sixth Avenue to consider a conditional use permit to modify the detailed development plan to alter the landscape plan, eliminate a retaining wall, and substitute an elevator tower element for the tunnel entrance on Sixth Avenue, Application No. 99-1134, APN 045-152-540-570; Zoning PD. CEQA Status: Exempt Robert Tucker, Hardison, Komatsu, Ivelich & Tucker (Applicant) Paradigm Health Care L.P. (Owner).
J. Motion to approve Budget Calendar.
K. Motion to accept State Gas Tax Audit for FY 6/30/98; Measure A Compliance Report for 6/30/99; and Prop 111 (Gann Limit- Compliance Report FY 6/30/99).
ACTION: 1). Motion to approve the Consent Calendar
A. Public Hearing to consider Resolution amending the Downtown Specific Plan Architectural Design Guidelines
ACTION: 1) Open hearing; Close hearing.
2) Motion to approve/deny Resolution
B. Hearing to consider appeal filed on February 8, 2000, by Steven Eckert, on action taken by the Planning Commission on February 1, 2000, on an application for a variance to backyard setback for a suspended deck granted for property located at 1816 Oak Knoll Drive being Lot Pt of 9, Block 9, Subdivision BCC#1 APN 044-064-090.
ACTION: 1). Open hearing; Close hearing.
2). Motion to adopt Resolution
C. Call up pursuant to Municipal Code Section 1-11 regarding 900 Sixth Avenue to consider a conditional use permit to modify the detailed development plan to alter the landscape plan, eliminate a retaining wall, and substitute an elevator tower element for the tunnel entrance on Sixth Avenue, Application No. 99-1134, APN 045-152-540-570; Zoning PD. CEQA Status: Exempt Robert Tucker, Hardison, Komatsu, Ivelich & Tucker (Applicant) Paradigm Health Care L.P. (Owner).
ACTION: 1) Open hearing; Close hearing;
2) Motion to adopt Resolution
D. Public Hearing to consider Introduction of Trench Cut Ordinance.
ACTION: 1) Open hearing; Continue hearing, to Meeting of 3/14.
E. Call up pursuant to Municipal Code Section 1-11 regarding 1840 Robin Whipple Drive to consider review of Planning Commission action of February 1, 2000, Item 6-E Public Hearing to consider design review for a second-story addition, consisting of approximately 1,169 s.f. to an existing 1,873 s.f. (including garage and covered entry porch) single-story home. Total floor area including the garage would be approximately 3,042 s.f. Maximum permitted floor area for the lot is 3,065 s.f. (Appl. No. 99-1144) APN: 044-311-150; Zoning: R1-C CEQA Status: Exempt David Hernandez (Applicant) Jen and Charlie Montgomery
ACTION: 1). Open hearing; Continue hearing.
To meeting of March 14th.
6. OLD BUSINESS- (None)
7. NEW BUSINESS –(None)8. BOARD, COMMISSION, COMMITTEE UPDATES, AND STAFF REPORTS
A. Grade Separation Report.
B. Direct Access/Ralston 101 Report.
C. Update on televising Council Meetings.
D. Update on Traffic Calming Task Force.
E. Discussion and direction regarding proposed street signs.
9. MATTERS OF COUNCIL INTEREST/CLARIFICATION
- Consideration and direction for a City Policy for ensuring anonymity for code violation complaints. (Warden)
- Consideration and direction for a City policy for naming streets, parks, public buildings, and various other City properties. (Warden)
- Consideration and direction to review the Summerhill Development proposal at the Jewish Community Center site. (Warden)