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Belmont City Council Meeting

Regular Meeting

Please Note: Special Redevelopment Agency Meeting to be held before Regular Council Meeting at 7:30 P.M.

REGULAR MEETING OF
BELMONT CITY COUNCIL
TUESDAY, September 26, 2000, 7:30 P.M.

TWIN PINES SENIOR AND COMMUNITY CENTER
1223 RALSTON AVENUE

TWIN PINES PARK

AGENDA

In Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, If you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Clerk at 650/595-7413. The speech and hearing-impaired may call 650/637-2990 for TDD services. Notification in advance of the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

SPECIAL MEETING: 6:30 P.M.

STUDY SESSION

A. Presentation on Proposed Franchise Agreement with RCN Telecommunications Services of California for Cable TV, Telephone service and Internet Access.

AGENDA STUDY SESSION - 7:15 P.M.

REGULAR MEETING - 7:30 P.M.

ROLL CALL

1. SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY/PRESENTATIONS

A. Proclamation declaring September 26, 2000, Eagle Scout Day in Belmont in honor of David Kimiyori Kanomata

B. Resolution of appreciation honoring Police Chief James E. Goulart upon his retirement.

C. Resolution of appreciation honoring Dispatcher Denise M. Smith for twenty years of public service.

2. PUBLIC/COUNCIL COMMENTS

If you are addressing the City Council on a non-agenda item, the City Council's general policy is to refer items to staff for attention or have a matter placed on a future agenda for a more comprehensive action or report. This agenda category is limited to 10 minutes for items of interest not on Agenda, to be allocated as determined by the Mayor. If you wish to address the hearing body, please complete a speaker's card and give it to the City Clerk.

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 Meeting September 12, 2000; Special Meeting Study Session September 13, 2000.

B. Approval of Warrant List Dated: September 8, 2000 in total amount of $625,440.20 and dated September 15, 2000 in total amount of $314,996.62.

C. Written Communication 1). Rec. 9/7/00 Notice of Distribution Performance Standards Applic. PG&E; 2). Rec. 9/14/00 Applic. of Kulwinder Singh DBA Mother Teresa Airport Shuttle to operate as a passenger stage operation, A.00-08-009, PUC.

D. Motion to approve Claims Management Report. (none)

E. Motion to waive reading of Ordinances.

F. Motion to approve Proclamation for Robin Bissel, Past Chair of the Library Task Force.

G. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 938, Article VII, Chapter 15 of the Belmont City Code – Regulation of Hours of Operation for construction activity and gasoline powered maintenance equipment. (2nd reading and adoption)

H. Ordinance amending Chapter 5, of the Belmont City Code, Animals and Fowl. (2nd reading and adoption).

I. Ordinance authorizing an amendment to the contract between the City Council of the City of Belmont and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System. (2nd reading and adoption)

J. Resolution accepting Public Improvements in the Oxford Place Subdivision, Authorizing Release of Improvement Bonds, and Directing Recording of a Notice of Completion and Amending the Subdivision Agreement to Reduce the Warranty Bond to 10% of the Cost of Improvements.

K. Resolution approving a Right of Entry agreement with Gloria Dei Lutheran Church to perform grading at 2600 Ralston Avenue for an amount not to exceed $7,000.

L. Resolution declaring as surplus Certain Capital Outlay Items and Authorizing Sale at Public Auction and Disposal.

M. Resolution approving payment for Change Order No. 63 for an amount not to exceed $81,930.00 for modifications to the Handrail Posts and Coating System at Belmont and San Carlos Stations, Ralston/Harbor/Holly Grade Separation Project, Phase B, Kiewit Pacific Corp., City Contract No. 330-B.

N. Resolution approving payment for Change Order No. 65 for an amount not to exceed $63,251.00 for Miscellaneous Structural Changes, Ralston/Harbor/Holly Grade Separation Project, Phase B, Kiewit Pacific Corp., City Contract No. 330-B.

O. Resolution approving the award of contract to Andreini Brothers for the amount of $12,925 for North Road/Williams Street Storm Drain, City Contract Number 408C.

P. Motion authorizing a Request for Proposals to conduct an Origin/Destination Traffic Study for Ralston Avenue.

Q. Resolution approving professional services agreement with Callander Associates for Design services for an athletic Field Master Plan $35,571.

R. Resolution authorizing the City of Belmont to review alcohol transfer applications as authorized by Section 32800 (E) of the Business and Professional Code.

S. Resolution of appreciation honoring Police Chief James E. Goulart upon his retirement.

T. Resolution of appreciation honoring Dispatcher Denise M. Smith for twenty-one years of public service.

U. Resolution approving professional services agreement with DMG Maximus for recruitment of Police Chief and Human Resources Director.

V. Resolution authorizing the Interim City Manager to execute a professional service agreement with Lew Edwards Group to serve as Communications Consultant.

W. Resolution accepting work, Approving Change Orders 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, and authorization to issue Notice of Substantial Completion for Notre Dame Avenue Reconstruction, Golden Bay Construction, City Contract No. 379.

X. Resolution approving Contract Change Order No. 5 with McGuire and Hester for an Amount not to Exceed $15,954 for disposal of millings and paving temporary parking lot at 1085 Sixth Avenue, North Road Reconstruction Project, City Contract Number 408B.

ACTION: 1). Motion to approve the Consent Calendar

5. PUBLIC/HEARINGS (None)

6. OLD BUSINESS

A. Discussion and direction regarding Bus Transportation in the Western Hills of Belmont.

B. Discussion and Direction about Architectural Design Features of Fire Station No. 14 (Granada St.) Reconstruction Project.

C. Report on the Western Belmont Sphere of Influence.

D. Report on the technical issues, programming issues, and costs of cablecasting the City Council Study Sessions. 

E. Report on the status of the Trench Cut Ordinance.

F. Council vote for two Planning Commissioners and one Parks and Recreation Commissioner.

ACTION: 1). Vote for Commissioners

2). Adopt Resolution making appointment to Planning

Commission for a term of 18 months, to expire on the first day of March, 2002. (to complete J. Phillips term)

3). Adopt Resolution making appointment to Planning Commission for a term of 30 months, to expire on the first day of March 2003. (to complete T. Peirona’s term)

4). Adopt Resolution making appointment to Parks and Recreation Commission for a term of 6 months, to expire on the first day of March, 2001. (to complete M. Davis’ term)

7. NEW BUSINESS -

    1. Request from W.S. Gamble for a Study Session to discuss a San Juan Hills Subdivision/Density Transfer project.
    2. Consideration of Resolution approving the construction and demolition waste recycling program for the City of Belmont.

ACTION: Motion to approve/deny Resolution

8. BOARD, COMMISSION, COMMITTEE UPDATES, AND STAFF REPORTS (None)

9. MATTERS OF COUNCIL INTEREST/CLARIFICATION) (None)

ADJOURNMENT


Please Note: Special Redevelopment Agency Meeting to be held before Regular Council Meeting at 7:30 P.M.

SPECIAL MEETING
BELMONT REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Tuesday, September 26, 2000, 7:30 P.M.

TWIN PINES SENIOR AND COMMUNITY CENTER

1223 RALSTON AVENUE

TWIN PINES PARK


AGENDA

In compliance with the Americans with disabilities act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Clerk at 650/595-7413. The speech and hearing-impaired may call 650/637-2990 for TDD services. Notification in advance of the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

1. ROLL CALL

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PUBLIC/DIRECTORS COMMENTS

If you are addressing the Agency on a non-agenda item, the Agency's general policy is to refer items to the staff for attention or have a matter placed on a more comprehensive action or report. This agenda category is limited to 10 minutes for items of interest not on the Agenda, to be allocated as determined by the Chair. If you wish to address the hearing body, please complete a speaker's card and give it to the City Clerk.

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 a member of the Agency, staff or public request specific items to be removed for separate action.

4. Resolution authorizing and directing the Executive Director to direct Goldfarb and Lipman to prepare a new five (5) year Implementation Plan, Blight Progress Report, Loan Report and Property Report.

5. Resolution authorizing Interim Executive Director to execute an agreement with Associated Right-of-Way for professional services. (tentative)

6. Approval of Warrants: dated September 8, 2000 in total amount of $1,472.02 and dated September 15, 2000 in total amount of $2,077.50.

End of Consent Calendar

ACTION: Adopt Consent Calendar

as presented or amended

ADJOURNMENT

 


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