Council Actions Aug. 17, 2021

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Council Actions Aug. 17, 2021

City Council Actions from August 17, 2021

 

5.         CONSENT CALENDAR: 

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda  (Pg 3) Approved.

*b.          Review and Approve that the Warrants, as Certified by the City/Agency Treasurer, are all Correct, Just, and Conform to the Approved Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-21 and Fiscal Year 2021-22  (Pg 5) Approved.

c.         Authorize the Interim City Manager to Execute a Purchase Agreement with Nth Generation in an Amount Not to Exceed $135,000 for Three Years of Proofpoint Advanced Email Security Services  (Pg 27) The Council authorized the Interim City Manager to negotiate and execute a purchase agreement with Nth Generation to acquire Proofpoint advanced email security services in an amount not to exceed $135,000 over three years.

d.         Authorize the Interim City Manager to Negotiate and Execute an Agreement for Professional Services with BerryDunn for Development of an Information Technology Strategic Plan  (Pg 29) The Council authorized the Interim City Manager to negotiate and execute an agreement, in a form acceptable to the City Attorney, with BerryDunn for Information Technology Strategic and Implementation Planning services.

e.         Authorize the Interim City Manager to Execute Purchase Agreements and/or Licensing and Maintenance Agreements for Information Technology Equipment, Software, and Services in Fiscal Year 2021-22 in Amounts Not to Exceed $150,000 with Dell and $500,000 with CDWG through Cooperative Purchasing Programs; $175,000 with Verizon Wireless; $150,000 with Central Square; $40,000 with Southland Technology; and $30,000 with Esri (Up to $90,000 Over Three Years)  (Pg 169) The Council authorized the Interim City Manager to execute purchase agreements and negotiate master services and/or licensing and maintenance agreements for information technology equipment, software, and services in Fiscal Year 2021-22 in amounts not to exceed $150,000 with Dell and $500,000 with CDWG through cooperative purchasing programs; $175,000 with Verizon Wireless; $150,000 with Central Square; $40,000 with Southland Technology; and $30,000 with Esri this FY (up to $90,000 over three years).

f.          Authorize the Execution of a Cooperative Purchasing Agreement with Nixon-Egli Equipment Company for Specialized Equipment for the Storm Water/Wastewater Division in an Amount Not to Exceed $91,745  (Pg 173) The Council authorized the Interim City Manager to execute a cooperative purchasing agreement via Sourcewell contract #122017-SCA with Nixon-Egli Equipment Company for a Mongoose Trailer-Mounted Pressure Cleaner in an amount not to exceed $91,745.  

g.         Authorization to Advertise the Fiscal Year 2021-22 Street Preventive Maintenance Project for Bid, Including a Combination of Bicycle Lanes and Sharrows on Tenth Street From Alameda Boulevard to Orange Avenue and on Alameda Boulevard from First Street to Ocean Boulevard and High Visibility Crosswalks and Painted Curb Extensions Along Olive Avenue At Tenth Street  (Pg 175) The Council authorized staff to advertise the Street Preventive Maintenance FY 2021-22 project, combined with Priority Project Nos. 2, 3, and 7 from the Active Transportation Plan (see below), for bid.

ATP Priority Project No. 2 – Tenth Street Bicycle Lanes

  • Improvements will extend the existing Class II bicycle lanes (currently installed from Orange Avenue to Glorietta Boulevard) from Alameda Boulevard to Orange Avenue with the following modification:
    • The Class II bike lane will change to a Class III bike route between D Avenue and Orange Avenue (similar to changes on Tenth Street between C Avenue and Orange Avenue) due to the left-hand turn and through lane at Orange Avenue.A Class III bike route consists of sharrows typically painted every 250 feet in the center of each travel lane.
  • Installation of these improvements will result in a ten-foot travel lane, six-foot bike lane, and an eight-foot parking lane as shown in Attachment 2 and currently in place on Tenth Street on the east side of Orange Avenue.

ATP Priority Project No. 3 – Alameda Boulevard Bicycle Lanes

  • Improvements include Class II bike lanes from First Street to Ocean Boulevard with the following modifications:
    • A Class III bike route will be used at the following locations due to existing improvements/constrictions in lane widths (the resulting layout is shown in Attachment 3):
      • First Street to Third Street
      • Fourth Street to Fifth Street
      • Ninth Street to Tenth Street
  • No bicycle improvements will be placed between Third Street and Fourth Street as this is Caltrans right-of-way. The section between Olive Avenue and Ocean Boulevard will not receive a slurry seal as it is outside the scope, but bike lanes will be installed in this section.

    ATP Priority Project No. 7 – Olive Avenue Walking Improvements

  • Improvements include new high-visibility crosswalks and painted curb extensions along Olive Avenue at Tenth Street. A crosswalk warrant analysis has not been completed since the improvements are included in the adopted ATP as a priority project.The ATP recommends observing the improvements and obtaining community input if additional walking improvements are needed at this intersection.Additionally, it was recommended that all pedestrian ramps be upgraded to meet current ADA standards; these improvements will be completed with a future Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) project.
  • The layout of the walking improvements is shown in Attachment 4.

h.         Adoption of “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Designating a Blue Curb Zone in Front of the Residence at 649 I Avenue”  (Pg 195) The Council adopted the resolution designating a blue curb parking zone in front of the residence at 649 I Ave.

i.          Adoption of “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Authorizing the use of the State of California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) Allotted Funds to Upgrade the 9-1-1 Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) and Replacement of Radio Recording Equipment”  (Pg 209) The Council adopted the resolution authorizing the use of the state of California Office of Emergency Services-allotted funds to upgrade the 9-1-1 Customer Premise Equipment and replacement of radio recording equipment.

j.          Approve the Recommendation of the Cultural Arts Commission to Install Coronado Playhouse and Focus Banners on the Orange Avenue Corridor Street Light Poles from September 15 through November 26, 2021  (Pg 213) The Council approved the recommended designs and installation schedule for banners on the Orange Avenue median from First Street through Avenida De Las Arenas from Sept. 15 through Nov. 26.

k.         Consider the Recommendation of the Cultural Arts Commission to Participate as a Partner with County Arts Organizations and Authorize the Interim City Manager to Enter into an Agreement with the Americans for the Arts to Participate in the Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 (AEP6) Study  (Pg 225) The Council approved the recommendation of the Cultural Arts Commission for Coronado to participate in and authorized the Interim City Manager to enter into an agreement, in a form acceptable to the City Attorney, with the Americans for the Arts to participate in the  Arts and Economic Prosperity Study.

l.          Authorization to Release a Notice of Funding Availability for Affordable Housing Projects  (Pg 271) The Council authorized staff to release a Notice of Funding Availability for affordable housing projects.

**m.    Quarterly Tasks and Projects Progress Report (Pg 273) The Council received and filed the report.

 

8.         PUBLIC HEARINGS: 

a.         Adoption of a Resolution Approving a One-Lot Tentative Parcel Map to Allow for Condominium Ownership of Four Residential Units at 546-550 G Avenue  (Pg 283) The Council adopted the resolution approving a one-lot tentative parcel map for condominium ownership of four residential units for the property addressed as 546-550 G Ave.

b.         Appeal of the City of Coronado Design Review Commission Denial of a Sign for MJ’s Boutique at 1001 Orange Avenue (DR 2021-09)  (Pg 297) The Council overturned the decision of the Design Review Commission denying an illuminated circular wall sign.

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

**b.     Designation of Voting Delegate and Alternate for the League of California Cities Annual Business Meeting  (Pg 329) The Council appointed Councilmember Mike Donovan as the voting delegate and Councilmember Marvin Heinze as the alternate for the League of California Cities annual business meeting, during the annual conference to be held Sept. 22-24.

c.         Consideration of Appointment of One New Member to the Parks and Recreation Commission to Serve the Remainder of a Term to Expire January 31, 2023  (Pg 333) The Council appointed Darrell Sarich to the Parks and Recreation Commission to serve the remainder of a term to expire Jan. 31, 2023. 

d.         Affirm the Ocean Boulevard Street Improvements Project Scope of Work and Authorize the Advertisement of the Project for Bid  (Pg 343) The Council reviewed and approved the scope of work and critical design elements for the Ocean Boulevard Street Improvements project and authorized advertisement of the project for bid.

e.         Review the Cultural Arts Commission’s Draft 2021 Public Art Master Plan and Direct Staff on Future Implementation  (Pg 353) The Council approved the 2021 Public Art Master Plan with the removal of the section on funding strategies.

 

12.       COMMUNICATIONS - WRITTEN

**a.     Consideration of Councilmember Donovan’s Request to Support a Proposed Coronado Bayfront Park Dedicated as a Tribute to Former California State Senator James R. Mills (Pg 387) The Council agreed to support the councilmember’s request to be considered on a future agenda.

After-Council Action Item No.

Assigned to

Assigned by

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Rich Grunow

Mark Ochenduszko

 

Note:   Items denoted by an asterisk (*) are related to the Successor Agency to the Community Development Agency of the City of Coronado. Items denoted by two asterisks (**) signify that the item was removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion or was adopted as part of the Consent Calendar.

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