City Council Meeting

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Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 7:30pm

CITY OF BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2018

BRISBANE CITY HALL, 50 PARK PLACE, BRISBANE


I. 7:30 P.M. CALL TO ORDER – FLAG SALUTE

II. ROLL CALL

III. ADOPTION OF AGENDA (Deletions, Additions, Changes and Adoption)

IV. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS NO. 1

V. INTRODUCTION

A. Introduction of new Public Works staff: Adrienne Etherton, Sustainability Management Analyst, Amy Listmann, CERT Program Assistant, and Allan Sandoval, Parks/Facilities Maintenance Worker

B. Introduction of new Community Development staff: Alberto Viana, Community Development Technician and Cherylynn Walker, Administrative Assistant

C. Introduction of new Police Department staff: Robert “Bobby” McCarthy, Police Officer

VI. PRESENTATION

A. SF Arts Education

B. Present Commendations to the members of the Brisbane Strikers AYSO 12U Boys Soccer 2017 Section 2 Champions

VII. CONSENT CALENDAR

A. Approve City Council Minutes of November 21, 2017

B. Approve City Council Minutes of November 30, 2017

C. Approve City Council Minutes of December 14, 2017

D. Adopt Ordinance No. 624 (Zoning Text Amendment RZ-3-17) – Zoning Text and Map Amendments to Adopt Housing Overlay Zones PAOZ-1 and PAOZ-2 to implement the Parkside at Brisbane Village Precise Plan

E. Accept and Appropriate the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Assistance to Firefighters Grant awarded to the North County Fire Authority and authorize the purchase of firefighter Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus and accessories.

F. Approve Funding Agreement with the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo (C/CAG) for the Safe Routes to School and Green Infrastructure Pilot Program

G. Accept Monthly Investment Report as of April 2017

H. Accept Monthly Investment Report as of May 2017

I. Accept Monthly Investment Report as of June 2017

J. Accept Monthly Investment Report as of July 2017

VIII. PUBLIC HEARING

A. Consider Adoption of Resolution 2018-05 to implement the Drought Reserve Rate for the Utility Fund

(The drought rate is estimated to generate approximately $106,000 per year for a reserve within the Utility Fund to stabilize rates during a drought. Impact to utility bills would be either $2.32 or $6.99 per billing period depending if customers used more than the median amount of water used in the City for residential/commercial customers.)

IX. NEW BUSINESS

A. Consider approval of Resolution 2018-03 regarding New Hourly Pay Scale for City Employees

B. Consider approval of Resolution 2018-04 regarding Master Pay Schedule for 2018 for City Employees

X. STAFF REPORTS

A. City Manager’s Report on upcoming activities

XI. MAYOR/COUNCIL MATTERS

A. Budget Workshop for Two Year Budget

B. City Council Meeting Schedule and Scheduling Interviews for City Commission and Committee Appointment

C. Countywide Assignments/Subcommittee Reports

D. Written Communication

XII. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS 2

XIII. ADJOURNMENT

 

TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

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