City Council Meeting

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Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 7:30pm

CITY OF BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2017

BRISBANE CITY HALL, 50 PARK PLACE, BRISBANE


I. 7:15 P.M. CLOSED SESSION (Held in the Large Conference Room)

A. Liability Claims: Claimant Nicholas Uchida, pursuant to Government Code, section 54956.95.

II. 7:30 P.M. SUCCESSOR AGENCY MEETING

III. 7:40 P.M. CALL TO ORDER IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY MEETING– PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

IV. ROLL CALL

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

VI. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS NO. 1

VII. PRESENTATIONS

A. Recognize the City of Brisbane Parks & Recreation Department for receiving an Award of Excellence from the California Parks & Recreation Society for the Annual Derby

B. Receive the Parks and Recreation Commission’s Annual Report

C. Present Couture Costume & Corsetry with the County of San Mateo’s Green Business Program Certificate

D. Present Proclamation Recognizing Mosquito Awareness Week and Receive an update on the West Nile Season from Megan Sebay, Public Health Education and Outreach Officer from the San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District

 

VIII. CONSENT CALENDAR

A. Approve City Council Minutes of February 16, 2017
B. Approve City Council Minutes of February 28, 2017
C. Approve City Council Minutes of March 2, 2017
D. Approve City Council Minutes of March 16, 2017
E. Adopt Resolution No. 2017-10 requesting Wells Fargo to Cease Funding the Dakota Access Pipeline and not fund similar projects in the future
F. Approve using funds from Public Art Fund, and refurbish the BEST/PTO Mural on side of Mid-Town Market
G. Approve contract for legal services from Dannis, Woliver, & Kelley for School District Reorganization


IX. OLD BUSINESS

A. Receive update on the Terra Nova and Oceana High School Bus Service

B. Receive update on the Referendum Petition against Ordinance No. 614 and take action

(It is being recommended to accept the Interim City Clerk’s Certificate of Sufficiency, for the Referendum Petition challenging Ordinance No. 614 –an ordinance that revised the dates on which municipal elections would be held (in order to comply with recently enacted state law) and, as a consequence, extending the terms of office for current City Council members by six months. Secondly, Council members can take one of the following two actions: (a) introduce Ordinance No. 619 repealing the Ordinance No. 614 challenged by the Petition, or (b) direct staff to bring back to Council an appropriate resolution to submit the challenged Ordinance to the voters at the Municipal Election to be held in November 2017; and if the direction is to repeal Ordinance No. 614, then Councilmembers can consider directing staff to bring back to Council another ordinance to extend or reduce the term of office for Council members elected in November 2017 and November 2019 for five or three years.)

X. PUBLIC HEARING

A. Consider introduction of Ordinance 617 to amend Zoning Text to Chapters 17.02, 17.06, 17.08, 17.10, 17.12, 17.16, 17.18, 17.19, and to add new Chapter 17.33 to Title 17, Zoning, of the Brisbane Municipal Code to define and regulate personal cultivation of medical cannabis by qualified patients and caregivers, and medical cannabis caregivers. Add new Chapter 8.12 to Title 8, Health and Safety, to adopt performance standards for personal cultivation of medical cannabis.

(This proposed ordinance is to update various sections and add a new chapter to Title 17, Zoning, of the Brisbane Municipal code and to Title 8, Health and Safety, to regulate personal cultivation of medical cannabis by qualified patients and caregivers, and medical cannabis businesses.)

B. Consider introduction of Ordinance 618, for Zoning and General Plan consistency, to Amend Title 17 of the Brisbane Municipal Code to add the TC-2 Southeast Bayshore Trade Commercial District and apply the TC-2 to the Zoning Map and rezone the properties at 3745 to 3795 Bayshore Boulevard from M-1 Manufacturing District to TC-2 and rezone the adjacent City right-of-way property, located on the West side of Bayshore Boulevard, from M-1 to O-S Open Space.

XI. STAFF REPORTS

A. City Manager’s Report on upcoming activities

XII. MAYOR/COUNCIL MATTERS

A. Schedule interviews for applicants to the Parks and Recreation Commission and Complete Streets and Safety Committee
B. Vacancy on the Planning Commission
C. County-wide Assignments/Subcommittees Reports
D. City Council Meeting Schedule
E. Written Communications

XIII. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS 2

XIV. ADJOURNMENT

 

TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL
When an item you're concerned with appears on the agenda, you may address the Council at that time. Otherwise, you may address the Council under Oral Communications. Please fill in a "Notice of Request to Address Brisbane City Council" and give to the City Clerk so that your name can be accurately included in the minutes. When recognized, please come up to the microphone, and begin by stating your name and address. Conciseness is appreciated. Any attendee who wishes accommodation for a disability should contact Ingrid Padilla, Interim City Clerk at (415) 508-2113.