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City Council – June 1, 2020

SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL – MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020

REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 P.M.
Telephone: (669) 900-9128,
ID: 874-0826-8927

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ADVISORY NOTICE
In response to Executive Order N-29-20, the City of San Rafael will no longer offer an in-person meeting location for the public to attend. This meeting will be streamed live through YouTube. Comments submitted via YouTube must be submitted according to the directions located on the YouTube video description. The City is not responsible for any interrupted service. To ensure the City Council receives your comments, submit written comments to the City Clerk prior to the meeting. For more information regarding real-time public comments, please visit our Live Commenting Pilot page.Want to listen to the meeting and comment in real-time over the phone? Contact the City Clerk’s office at 415-485-3066 or by email to learn more about participation by telephone.Any member of the public who needs accommodations should contact the City Clerk (email or phone at 415-485-3066) who will use their best efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to provide as much accessibility as possible while also maintaining public safety in accordance with the City procedure for resolving reasonable accommodation requests.

OPEN SESSION – (669) 900-9128, ID: 858-0160-7081# – 6:00 PM
1. Mayor Phillips to announced Closed Session items.

CLOSED SESSION – (669) 900-9128, ID: 858-0160-7081# – 6:00 PM
2. Closed Session:

a. Conference with Labor Negotiators – Government Code Section 54957.6
Lead Negotiator: Timothy L. Davis (Burke, Williams & Sorensen)
Agency Designated Representatives: Jim Schutz, Cristine Alilovich, Nadine Hade, Shibani Nag
Employee Organizations: SEIU - Childcare; San Rafael Police Mid-Management Association; Public Employee Union, Local 1; San Rafael Firefighters’ Association; San Rafael Police Association; SEIU Local 1021; Western Council of Engineers; San Rafael Fire Chief Officers’ Association

REGULAR MEETING - VIRTUAL MEETING
Telephone: (669) 900-9128,
ID: 874-0826-8927

OPEN TIME FOR PUBLIC EXPRESSION – 7:00 PM
The public is welcome to address the City Council at this time on matters not on the agenda that are within its jurisdiction. Please be advised that pursuant to Government Code Section 54954.2, the City Council is not permitted to discuss or take action on any matter not on the agenda unless it determines that an emergency exists, or that there is a need to take immediate action which arose following posting of the agenda. Comments may be no longer than two minutes and should be respectful to the community.

CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:
3. City Manager’s Report:

CONSENT CALENDAR:
The opportunity for public comment on consent calendar items will occur prior to the City Council’s vote on the Consent Calendar. The City Council may approve the entire consent calendar with one action. In the alternative, items on the Consent Calendar may be removed by any City Council or staff member, for separate discussion and vote.

4. Consent Calendar Items:

a. Approval of Minutes
Approve Minutes of City Council / Successor Agency Regular Meeting of Monday, May 18, 2020 (CC)
Recommended Action – Approve as submitted
Staff report

b. Liability Claims Administration Services
Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with George Hills Company for the Provision of Third-Party Liability Claims Administration Services for a One-Year Period, in an Amount Not to Exceed $95,950 (CA)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

c. Cooperation Agreement with County of Marin for Grant Programs
Resolution Authorizing Execution of a Three-Year Cooperation Agreement with the County of Marin for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Programs (ED)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

d. Network Design Services for Essential Facilities Projects
Resolution Approving and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with MarinIT for Network Design, Configuration, and Installation Services Associated with the Public Safety Center Essential Facilities Project, In the Amount of $141,878 (DS)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

e. Extension of Goldstone Management Inc. Agreement
Resolution Approving an Amendment to Extend the Agreement to Negotiate Exclusively with Goldstone Management Inc. Regarding Redevelopment of 1009 and 1001 Fourth Street, 924-926 Third Street, and the Third Street and Lootens Place Parking Garage (ED)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

f. Special Tax on Properties at Loch Lomond 10 – Mello-Roos District No. 1992-1
Resolution Setting the Special Tax for Community Facilities District No. 1992-1 (Loch Lomond #10) for Fiscal Year 2020-21 (PW)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

g. Downtown Traffic Signal Modernization
Adoption of Resolutions Related to Project No. 11348

i. Resolution Awarding and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Construction Agreement for the Downtown Signal Modernization with Mike Brown Electric in the Amount of $172,700 and Authorizing Contingency Funds in the Amount of $34,540 for a Total Appropriated Amount of $207,240
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution

ii. Resolution Approving and Authorizing the City Manager to Purchase Various Equipment for the IDEA Grant Downtown Signal Modernization Project (#11348) for a Total Not-To-Exceed Amount of $815,000
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution

iii. Resolution Authorizing an Additional $125,764 in Traffic Mitigation Fund (#246) Appropriations for the “Innovative Deployments to Enhance Arterials” (IDEA) Grant-Funded Project No. 11348
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

h. Smith Ranch Road and Lucas Valley Road Resurfacing
Resolution Awarding and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Construction Agreement for the Smith Ranch Road and Lucas Valley Road Resurfacing Project, City Project No. 11336, to Ghilotti Bros., Inc., in the Amount of $997,779, and Authorizing Contingency Funds in the Amount of $142,221, for a Total Appropriated Amount of $1,140,000 (PW)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

PUBLIC HEARINGS:
5. Public Hearings:

a. Appeal of Approved 7-Unit Multifamily Residential Bldg. – 104 Shaver Street
Appeal of the Planning Commission’s April 14, 2020 Conditional Approval of a Use Permit (UP19-013), An Environmental and Design Review Permit (ED19-030) and a Variance (V19-003) Allowing the Construction of a New, 7-Unit Multifamily Residential Apartment Building at 104 Shaver Street; Case # AP20-001 (CD)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution Denying Appeal
Staff report
Correspondence 5/29/2020
Correspondence 6/01/2020
Appellant's Presentation
Appellant's Presentation

b. Paramedic Tax Rate for Fiscal Year 2020-21
First Introduction of an Ordinance: Consideration of An Ordinance Amending the Paramedic Service Special Tax Rates Within the Voter-Approved Limit, Commencing with Fiscal Year 2020-2021, for improved Residential and Non-Residential Properties in the City of San Rafael, County Service Area No. 13, County Service Area No. 19, and the Marinwood Community Services District (Fin)
Recommended Action – Pass Ordinance to print
Staff report

OTHER AGENDA ITEMS:
6. Other Agenda Items:

a. Providing Small Business Support for Outdoor Activities During COVID-19 Emergency
Resolution Granting Authority to the City Manager to Implement Temporary Changes to the San Rafael Municipal Code to Support Local Businesses in Reopening During the COVID-19 Emergency (ED)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

b. Extension of Memorandum of Understanding with Western Council of Engineers
Resolution Approving a Memorandum of Understanding Side Letter Agreement Between the City of San Rafael and Western Council of Engineers (HR)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

c. Extension of Memorandum of Understanding with Public Employee Union Local 1 - Confidential
Resolution Approving a Memorandum of Understanding Side Letter Agreement Between the City of San Rafael and Public Employee Union Local 1 - Confidential (HR)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

d. Extension to Resolution with Unrepresented Employee Groups
Resolution Approving a One-Year Extension, with Modifications, of the Terms of City Council Resolution Nos. 14539, 14540, And 14541, Establishing Compensation for the Unrepresented Executive Management and Mid-Management Employee Groups, and the Elected City Clerk and City Attorney (HR)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

e. 5% Compensation Reduction for the Mayor/City Councilmembers
Resolution Directing the City Manager and Finance Director to Withhold Five (5%) Percent of the Monthly Compensation of the Mayor and Councilmembers during Fiscal Year 2020-21 and to Donate Those Funds to the City’s General Fund (HR)
Recommended Action – Adopt Resolution
Staff report

COUNCILMEMBER REPORTS / REQUESTS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:
(including AB 1234 Reports on Meetings and Conferences Attended at City Expense)
7. Councilmember Reports:

SAN RAFAEL SUCCESSOR AGENCY:
1. Consent Calendar: - None.

ADJOURNMENT:

Any records relating to an agenda item, received by a majority or more of the Council less than 72 hours before the meeting, shall be available for inspection online. Sign Language interpreters may be requested by calling (415) 485-3066 (voice), emailing Lindsay.lara@cityofsanrafael.org or using the California Telecommunications Relay Service by dialing “711”, at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting. Copies of documents are available in accessible formats upon request.


CC-SA-Agenda-2020-06-01.pdf
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CCSA-Minutes-2020-06-01.pdf
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