City Council


June 29th, 2015

 

Call to Order

Special Orders of the Day

1. Recognition of Fire Explorer Madison Valentine and her honor of being selected the Explorer of the Year by the Santa Clara / San Mateo Region

 

 

Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions

City Manager Comments

 

 

Oral Communications

Consent Calendar

2. Approval and Authorization of the City Manager to Execute a Contract with Electronic Innovations, Inc. in the Amount of $272,914 for Phase 4 of the Video Surveillance and Intrusion Detection System Project (EL-04012) and 10 Percent Contingency of $27,000 for Related, but
Unforeseen, Work for a Total Authorized Amount of $299,914

3. Approval of Contract Amendment No. 2 to S15155476 with AECOM for Consulting Services in the Amount of $133,000 for Technical Services and Studies to Develop Zoning Regulations to Address Hazardous Materials Limitations and Compliance in Industrial Areas.

4. Approval of a Three-Year Contract No. C15159248 With Geodesy for Maintenance, Support and Professional Services for the City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) in the Amount of $195,000 Per Year

5. Approval of a One–Year Extension of the Option to Lease Agreement Between the City of Palo Alto and the Palo Alto History Museum for the Roth Building Located at 300 Homer Avenue and Approval of a Budget Amendment Ordinance in the Capital Improvement Fund to Establish a Roth Building Historical Rehabilitation Reserve in the Amount of 3.88 Million Dollars

6 Approval of Amendment One to Contract No. C14152025 with SP Plus to Add $637,652 for Expansion of the Downtown Valet Parking Program to Additional Garages and a Total Not to Exceed Amount of $997,652 over a Three Year Period

7. Approval and Authorization of the City Manager to Execute a Contract with Anderson Pacific Engineering Construction, Inc., in the Amount of $4,679,100, for the Seismic Upgrade of Four Steel Tanks and Three Receiving Stations Project, WS-07000, WS-08001 and WS-09000 and Approval of a Budget Amendment Ordinance Increasing the Water Regulation System Improvements Project Budget (WS-08000) in the Amount of $786,375

8. Approval of Contract No. C15159142 with Saviano Company in the Amount of $372,550 with a 10 Percent Contingency for Unforeseen Expenses for Tennis Court Improvements at Hoover Park, Terman Park and Weisshaar Park (Capital Improvement Project PG-06001)

9. Approval of an Agreement with Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) for PAUSD Athletic Field Brokering and Maintenance

10. Authorize the City Manager or His Designee to Enter Into a 20-Year Lease Agreement (Attachment A) with Pristine Sun to Install and Maintain Photovoltaic Systems at Five City-Owned Parking Structures

11. Adoption of a Resolution Determining the Proposed Calculation of the Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2016

12. Approval of Contract Amendment No. 3 With Van Scoyoc Associates Inc. for a One-Year Extension in an Amount Not to Exceed a Total of $101,000 for Federal Legislative Representation

13. Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Future Grant Agreements Offered to the City by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and/or the California Department of Transportation (DOT) for the Preparation of Planning Documents and the Study, Design and Construction of Safety, Security and Maintenance Improvements at the Palo Alto Airport and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Supporting Documents Associated with the Application and Acceptance of Said Grant Funds

14. Staff Recommendation to Initiate a Special Recruitment to Fill One Unscheduled Vacancy on the Utilities Advisory Commission, Ending on April 30, 2018

15. Approval of a Contract with Global Learning Solution Inc. in the Amount of $250,000 for the Support of Human Resources SAP Modules and Business Processes Improvements

16. Approval of Amendment No. 5 to Add the Amount of $250,000 to Contract No. S12141479 with Val Security, Inc. and Extend Term of Agreement by Six Months to December 31, 2015

 

 

Action Items

17. Buena Vista Mobile Home Park: Update and Possible Direction Regarding Affordable Housing Funds

 

 

18. PUBLIC HEARING: to Hear Objections to the Levy of Proposed Assessments on the Palo Alto Downtown Business Improvement District and Adoption of a Resolution Confirming the Report of the Advisory Board and Levying Assessment for Fiscal Year 2016 on the Downtown Palo Alto Business Improvement District and Approve a Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Amendment Ordinance in the Business Improvement District Fund

 

 

19. Adoption of an Ordinance Deleting Section 18.42.110 of Chapter 18.42 of Title 18 of the Palo Alto Municipal Code and Adding a New Section 18.42.110 Pertaining to the Siting and Permitting of Wireless Communications Facilities; Exempt from California Environmental Quality Act under CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b) and 15301, 15302 and 15305

 

 

20. Approval of a Record of Land Use Action for a Site and Design Permit and a Conditional Use Permit to Implement a Public Bicycle/Pedestrian Path Connecting Wilkie Way to the Redwood Gate Neighborhood, with Associated Site Improvements, on a 5,000 Square-Foot Site Fronting Wilkie Way, Zoned CS-L-D (Service Commercial with Landscape and Site and Design Combining Districts) located at 4261 El Camino Real. Environmental Assessment: Exempt from CEQA Pursuant to Sections 15303 and 15304 (New Construction of Small Structures and Minor Alterations to Land)

 

 

21. Consideration of Impasse and Factfinding Recommendation Regarding RPP Enforcement Staffing, Approval of Three-Year Contract to Serco, Inc. For $1,509,630 For Contract Enforcement for the Downtown Residential Preferential Parking (RPP) Program, Approval of a Budget Amendment Ordinance in the Amount of $378,000 To Appropriate Funds for the First Year of the Contract, and Adoption of Resolution Amending the Administrative Penalty Schedule for Violation of the RPP Program

 

 

22. Consideration of Capping the Fee for Establishment of Single Story Overlay Districts and Referral of a Policy Discussion Regarding Single Story Overlay Districts and Alternative Neighborhood Protections

Inter-Governmental Legislative Affairs

Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements

Adjournment

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