Council Actions Dec. 3, 2019

Council Actions Dec. 3, 2019

City Council Actions from Dec. 3, 2019

 

 

5.         CONSENT CALENDAR: 

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  (Pg 1) 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 FY 2019-2020.  (Pg 3) Approved.

*c.       Receive Annual Review of the 2020 Local Appointments List Regarding Upcoming Vacancies on Local Boards, Commissions, And Committees. (Pg 21) The Council reviewed the 2020 Local Appointments List and authorized the City Clerk to post said list at the Coronado Library in compliance with Government Code sections 54970-54974 (the Maddy Act).

d.         Adopt “A Resolution of The City of Coronado Authorizing the City Manager to Donate Surplus Equipment to San Diego Miramar Community College to Be Used Solely for Training Purposes.” (Pg 33) The Council adopted a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute the donation of surplus firefighting equipment.

e.         Award A Contract to LC Paving and Sealing in The Amount Of $117,855 For Construction of The ADA Compliant Pedestrian Ramps Project (CDBG FY 18/19 And FY 19/20). (Pg 37) The Council awarded a contract to LC Paving and Sealing in the amount of $117,855 for construction of ADA compliant pedestrian ramps along A, B, and C Avenues (CDBG FY 18/19 and FY 19/20), Contract No. 20-CO-ES-709.

f.          Introduction Of “An Ordinance of The City Council of The City of Coronado, California, Amending Title 68 Of the Coronado Municipal Code Related to Floodplain Management to Comply with The National Flood Insurance Program.” (Pg 39) The Council introduced the ordinance amendment.

g.         Introduce Various California Building Codes by Reference, Specifically Introduction Of “An Ordinance of The City Council of The City of Coronado, California Repealing and Amending Certain Chapters as Specified and Enumerated Herein.” (Pg 67) The Council introduced “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California repealing Chapters, 70.10, 70.20, 70.25, 70.30, 70.40, 70.50, 70.60, 70.80, 70.90, 70.100, 70.110, and 70.120 of the Coronado Municipal Code and adopting new Chapters 70.10, 70.20, 70.25, 70.30, 70.40, 70.50, 70.60, 70.80, 70.90, 70.100, 70.110, and 70.120, of the Coronado Municipal Code which adopt by reference the 2019 California Administrative Code, Building Code, Residential Code, Electric Code, Mechanical Code, Plumbing Code, Energy Code, Historic Building Code, Fire Code, Existing Building Code, Green Building Standards, and Referenced Standards Code,” and set a public hearing for adoption of these codes.

h.         Approve “A Resolution of the City of Coronado Authorizing the Acceptance and Appropriation of Fiscal Year 2019/20 Link+ Regional Resource Sharing Project Grant in The Amount Of $28,303.60.” (Pg 89) The Council approved the resolution authorizing the acceptance and appropriation of Fiscal Year 2019/20 Link+ Regional Resource Sharing Project grant in the amount of $28,303.60.

 

8.         PUBLIC HEARINGS: 

a.     Public Hearing: Consideration of A Request for A Historic Alteration Permit for A Remodel and Addition, Including Requests for Exceptions to Zoning Standards, At 825 Alameda Boulevard (HAP 2019-23). (Pg. 95) The Council adopted the resolution approving a request for a Historic Alteration Permit for a remodel and addition, including requests for exceptions to zoning standards, at 825 Alameda Boulevard in the R-1A (Single Family Residential) Zone.   

b.      Public Hearing: Consideration of A Request for A Historic Alteration Permit for A Remodel and Addition, Including Requests for An Exception to Zoning Standards, At 936 J Avenue (HAP 2019-21). (Pg. 153) The Council adopted the resolution denying a request for a Historic Alteration Permit for a remodel and addition, including requests for exceptions to zoning standards, at 936 J Avenue in the R-1A (Single Family Residential) Zone.”

“NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Coronado finds, based on the evidence described herein, that the Historic Alteration Permit and zoning exception request as described in HAP 2019-21, shall be approved, because the following findings have been made:

  1. The proposed alteration is consistent with the purpose and intent of Chapter 84.20, the Historic Preservation Element, and the General Plan as the proposed modifications do not adversely impact the Historic Resource because they are consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and the City’s Alteration Guidelines for Mills Act Properties.
  2. The proposed alteration will not adversely affect the historical, architectural, and aesthetic value of the historic resource because although its appearance from and relationship with the view from the public right of way will be changed from what it was historically through the construction of an addition in front of the historic dwelling, the rear of the dwelling, rather than the front, is the character defining elevation.
  3. The proposed alteration will retain the essential elements that make the Historic Resource significant because although the construction of an addition at the front elevation of the historic resource will involve demolition of this elevation, rather than retention of it in its historic condition, the rear of the dwelling, rather than the front, is the character defining elevation.
  4. The proposed alteration will not adversely affect the Historic Resource’s relationship to its surroundings and neighboring Historic Resources because the relationship of the Historic Resource to the public right of way will be not adversely affected by construction of a new addition in front of the historic front façade of the dwelling because the rear of the dwelling, rather than the front, is the character defining elevation.
  5. The proposed alteration complies with the Secretary of Interior’s Standards as set forth in Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Coronado hereby approves the issuance of a Historic Resource Alteration Permit for the historically designated property addressed as 936 J Avenue and located in the R-1A (Single Family Residential) Zone, as submitted in the application and plans comprising HAP 2019-21, in accordance with Chapter 84.20 of the City of Coronado Municipal Code and approves the following associated zoning exception request:”

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         Receive and File the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) For the Year Ending June 30, 2019. (Pg 215) The Council received and filed the City of Coronado CAFR for the year ending June 30, 2019.

c.         Confirm the Directive to Replace Playground Equipment at Mathewson And Spreckels Parks with Universal Design Playground Equipment and Adopt a Resolution Approving Submittal of Grant Application(s) for Proposition 68 Per Capita Park Program Funds. (Pg 219) The Council confirmed previous Council direction to replace conventional playground apparatus with inclusive and/or barrier-free universal design playground apparatus at Mathewson and Spreckels parks. The Council adopted a resolution approving the submittal of grant application(s) for state per capita funds to offset the cost for new playground equipment.

**d.         Consideration of A Green Bike Lane at The Intersection of The Bayshore Bikeway and The Coronado Yacht Club Entrance. (Pg 227) The Council voted to install a green bike lane at the Yacht Club entrance.

e.         Report on Aquatics Center Competition Pool Usage. (Pg 233) The Council received a report on the year-to-year change in the competition pool usage.

**f.          Endorse the Consolidation of Two Closely Situated Southbound Metropolitan Transit System Bus Stops in the Vicinity of Southbound Orange Avenue at R.H. Dana Place and Churchill Place with One Bus Stop Between R.H. Dana and Churchill. (Pg 243) The Council endorsed the consolidation of two closely situated bus stops on southbound Orange Avenue in the vicinity of R.H. Dana and Churchill Avenue into one bus stop between R.H. Dana Place and Churchill and authorize the City Manager to work with the Metropolitan Transit System to effectuate the consolidation.

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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