November 29th, 2021
Call to Order
1. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS City Designated Representatives: City Manager and his Designees Pursuant to Merit System Rules and Regulations (Ed Shikada, Kiely Nose, Rumi Portillo, Sandra Blanch, Nicholas Raisch, Molly Stump, and Terence Howzell) Employee Organization: Service Employees International Union, (SEIU) Local 521, Utilities Management and Professional Association of Palo Alto (UMPAPA)Palo Alto Peace Officer’s Association (PAPOA), Palo Alto Police Management Association (PMA), International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) local 1319, Palo Alto Fire Chiefs Association (FCA), ; Authority: Government Code Section 54957.6 (a).
Special Orders of the Day
3. Safe Routes to School Annual Report 2020-2021
Agenda Changes, and Deletions
4. Approval of Minutes November 15, 2021 City Council Meeting.
5. Approval of Amended and Restated Purchase Order Number 4521000199 with Altec Industries, Inc., to Increase the Purchase Order Amount by $33,202 to a New Not-to-Exceed Amount of $667,068, for the Purchase of Two Peterbilt Crane Trucks through a Cooperative Contract, in the Scheduled Vehicle and Equipment Replacement -Fiscal Year 2020 Capital Improvement Project (VR20000).
6. Approval of Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C19173514 With SP Plus to Add Two Years to the Term for the Valet Parking Program for University Avenue and California Avenue Parking Facilities.
7. Approval of the Office of the City Auditor’s IT Risk Management Assessment Report as Recommended by the Policy and Services Committee.
8. SECOND READING: Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Existing Palo Alto Municipal Code Chapter 5.20, Collection, Removal and Disposal of Refuse, and Adding Chapter 5.40, Edible Food Recovery, to Comply with Senate Bill 1383 (Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Reduction Strategy) (FIRST READING: November 1, 2021 PASSED: 7-0).
9. SECOND READING: Adopt an Ordinance to Amend the FY 2022 Municipal Fee Schedule Increasing Parking Permit Fees (FIRST READING: November 1, 2021 PASSED: 6-1, Tanaka no).
City Manager Comments
10. Review and Recommend Renter Protection Policies for Development and Implementation (Continued from the November 15, 2021 meeting).
11. Review Three Grade Separation Design Alternatives for Churchill Avenue and Confirm Which Alternative(s) Continue Towards Selection of Preferred Alternative, and Direction to City Staff for Conducting Additional Studies for Consideration of Final/Preferred Alternative; and Authorize Staff to Negotiate with AECOM for Additional Scope of Work for Amendment to the Contract (Continued from November 15, 2021).
Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements