Belmont City Council Meeting
- Date: 03/28/2000 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, March 28, 2000, 7:30 P.M.
TWIN PINES SENIOR AND COMMUNITY CENTER
1223 RALSTON AVENUE
TWIN PINES PARK
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SPECIAL MEETING: 6:00 P.M.
Public Employee Appointment, pursuant to Government Code Section 54957
1. City Manager Susan Westman
Presentation by Technology Specialist, Harnish regarding e-mail update.
Presentation and discussion regarding Davey Glen Project.
Presentation and discussion regarding Measure A Extension Expenditure Plan.
(Howard Goode, Transportation Authority)
AGENDA STUDY SESSION - 7:15 P.M.
REGULAR MEETING - 7:30 P.M.
REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE –
Led by Girl Scout Troop 1269, Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Leader Mrs. Nicolopulos.
1. SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY/PRESENTATIONS
Presentation of Proclamation recognizing Earth Day in the City of Belmont, April 22, 2000.
Presentation of Proclamations honoring Ralston Middle School Science Fair Winners.
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 Meeting Study Session Arts Commission and Parks and Recreation Commission 2/29; Special Jt. Council/Finance Meeting 3/2; Special and Regular Meeting 3/14.
B. Approval of Warrant List Dated: 2/25/00 in total amount of $614,584.26 and dated 3/3/00 in total amount of $236,088.36 and dated 3/10/00 in total amount of $263,956.76.
C. Written Communication (None).
D. Motion to approve Claims Management Report.
E. Motion to waive reading of Ordinances.
F.Ordinance amending Chapter 22, Article 5 of the City Code relating to payment of Trench Cut fees.
G. Resolution authorizing the filing of an Application for Transportation Enhancement Activities (TEA) funding with the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) for US Highway 101 bicycle/pedestrian bridge project in the amount of $300,000, committing the necessary local match for the project in the amount of $50,000 and stating the assurance of City of Belmont to complete the project.
H. Resolution authorizing the filing of an Application for Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) funding with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) for US Highway 101 bicycle/pedestrian bridge project in the amount of $300,000, committing the necessary local match for the project in the amount of $50,000 committing the necessary local match for the project in the amount of $10,000 and stating the assurance of City of Belmont to complete the project.
I. Resolution approving plans and specifications and authorization to advertise for Hillman Avenue/North Road Reconstruction, CCN 408 A-B.
J. Resolution approving agreement with Carlmont High School for the rental of the swimming pool.
K. Resolution amending Professional Services Agreement with Callander Associates for design services for improvements to Alexander Park.
L. Resolution making reappointments to the Planning Commission for terms of three years to expire on the first day of March 2003. (Wiecha, Purcell, Peirona; cont’d from 3/14).
M. Resolution making appointment to the Planning Commission to fulfill one unexpired term of two years to expire on the first day of March 2002. (Petersen; cont’d from 3/14)
N. Resolution making appointments to the Parks & Recreation Commission for terms of two years to expire on the first day of March 2002. (Dutto, Shjeflo, Singer; cont’d from 3/14)
O. Resolution making reappointments to the Arts Commission for terms of two years to expire on the first day of March 2002. (Gandolfi, Allen; cont’d from 3/14)
P. Motion approving request of $2,500 for the Belmont Historical Society.
Q. Resolution authorizing funds up to $10,000 for the Grade Separation Completion community celebration.
R. Motion approving May 16th , at 6:00 P.M. for Jt. Council/Planning Commission Meeting.
S. Motion approving proposal from Curtis Williams and Associates to provide contract Planning services for annexation of Harbor Industrial Area and the Western Sphere of Influence.(estimated cost of $24,180).
T. Motion to approve Letter Urging Governor Davis to Support Funding $500 Million in New Monies Each and Every Year (On-Going) for City Streets and County Roads
ACTION: 1). Motion to approve the Consent Calendar
A. Public Hearing regarding Belmont Library Task Force Final Report.
ACTION: 1). Open hearing; Close hearing.
2). Motion to approve/deny Resolution.
6. OLD BUSINESS (None)
7. NEW BUSINESS
Report on use of the American Flag for advertising.
Motion designating a Council Representative to serve on the Peninsula Congestion Relief Alliance Joint Powers Authority.
ACTION: 1). Motion to designate a Council Representative
C. Discussion and direction regarding Street Banner Policy.
8. BOARD, COMMISSION, COMMITTEE UPDATES, AND STAFF REPORTS
Grade Separation Report.
Direct Access/Ralston 101 Report.
Update on Traffic Calming Task Force.
MATTERS OF COUNCIL INTEREST/CLARIFICATION
Discussion and direction regarding setting up a study session with athletic organizations to get direct input on fields and other associated needs the organizations may have.(Rianda).
Consideration of modification to code to allow goats to be used in a controlled place in place of gas powered mowers or herbicide. (Warden)
Discussion and direction regarding charity for Max’s opening. (Hahn)
Discussion regarding FPPC regulations re: conflict of interest relative to personal residence.(Cook)
Discussion and direction regarding organization chart for Belmont Departments including part-time and/or contract employees. (Hahn)
Discussion and direction regarding term limits for Commissions. (Hahn)