City Council


December 16th, 2019

 

Call to Order

Closed Session

1. CONFERENCE WITH CITY ATTORNEY-POTENTIAL LITIGATION Subject: California Department of Labor Standards and Enforcement Complaint Filed by Yuki Matsuura (DLSE Case No. RCI-CM-609984) Authority: Potential Exposure to Litigation Under Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) (One Potential Case, as Defendant).

 

 

Special Orders of the Day

2. Appointment of Three Candidates to the Historic Resources Board and Four Candidates to the Parks and Recreation Commission for Threeyear Terms Ending December 15, 2022; and one Candidate to the Planning and Transportation Commission for a Four-year Term Ending December 15, 2023.

Study Session

3. Library Advisory Commission Study Session

 

 

Special Orders of the Day

2. Appointment of Three Candidates to the Historic Resources Board and Four Candidates to the Parks and Recreation Commission for Three year Terms Ending December 15, 2022; and one Candidate to the Planning and Transportation Commission for a Four-year Term Ending December 15, 2023.

 

 

Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions

City Manager Comments

 

 

Oral Communications

 

 

Minutes Approval

4. Approval of Action Minutes for the December 2, 2019 Council Meeting.

Special Orders of the Day

2. Appointment of Three Candidates to the Historic Resources Board and Four Candidates to the Parks and Recreation Commission for Three year Terms Ending December 15, 2022; and one Candidate to the Planning and Transportation Commission for a Four-year Term Ending December 15, 2023.

Consent Calendar

5. Approval of Amendment Number 3 to Contract Number C17166284 With Forsys, Inc. for On-call SAP Project Support Services; and Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C17166285 With Forsys, Inc. for On-call IT Project Support Services, Each to Extend the Term Through March 31, 2020 With an Optional Extension to June 30, 2020.

6. Approval of Amendment Number 1 to Contract Number S19174467 With Buildingeye to add $179,250 for a Not-to-Exceed Amount of $229,250 and Extend the Contract for Three-years to Provide Visualization of Data for Building Permits, Planning Entitlements, and Code Enforcement Activities; and Approval of an Exemption From Solicitation. Q&A

7. Approval of a Three-year Contract With North American Youth Athletics, LLC in the Amount of $285,000 for Soccer Classes and Camps.

8. Approval of Contract Number C20174897 With Transmetro for the Operation of the Existing Palo Alto Crosstown Shuttle Service With Total Compensation Not-to-Exceed $1,139,347.50 Over a Three-year Term. Q&A

9. Approval of the Following Contract Amendments for the City’s Fair Value Commuting Project in Cooperation With the Federal Transit Administration: 1) Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C19173096 With Prospect Silicon Valley to Extend the Term Through April 30, 2020 and Increase the Contract Limit by $26,000 to an Amount Not-to-Exceed $251,000; 2) Amendment Number 3 to Contract Number S17166237 With Hillary M. Rupert to Extend the Term Through May 31, 2020 and Increase the Contract Limit by $55,000 to an Amount Not-to-Exceed $327,200; and 3) Amendment Number 1 to Contract Number C19173099 With RideAmigos to Extend the Term Through March 31, 2020 and Increase the Contract Limit by $10,500 to an Amount Not-to-Exceed $160,850. Q&A

10. Approval of Amendment Number 4 to Contract Number C12142180 Between the City of Palo Alto (on Behalf of the Joint Powers Board) and Midpeninsula Community Media Center, Inc. for Public, Education, and Government (PEG) Access Channel Support Services to Extend the Term to June 30, 2020. Q&A

11. Adoption of a Resolution to Update the Municipal Penalty Schedule to Reflect the Re-numbered Fire Code.

12. Approval of the City/School Liaison Committee Purpose Statement

13. Approval of Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C16161182 With Freytag & Associates to Extend the Term of the Agreement to October 31, 2020 With no Additional Cost to the City for Professional Services Related to Airplane Noise Assessment and Mitigation.

13A. Approval of the Letter to Senator Hill and Assemblymember Berman Regarding the FASTER Program.

 

 

City Manager Comments

 

 

Action Items

14. PUBLIC HEARING: Adoption of a Resolution Amending Objective Standards for Wireless Communication Facilities (WCF) in the Public Rights of Way to Clarify Existing Standards and add new Standards Regarding the Prioritization, Placement, Location, and Design Criteria.

 

 

15. PUBLIC HEARING / QUASI-JUDICIAL: 4115 El Camino Real [18PLN-00238]: Approval of a one lot Tentative Map to Divide an Existing 0.36 Acre Parcel Into Seven Residential Condominiums, and two Commercial, and two Office Condominiums. Environmental Assessment: Mitigated Negative Declaration Adopted by the Director of Planning and Development Services on January 7, 2019. Zoning District: CN (Neighborhood Commercial).

 

 

16. Approval of a Contract With the OIR Group in the Amount of $75,000 for Independent Police Auditing Services for a Three-year Period.

 

 

17. Approval of Annual Amendments to the Employment Agreements Between the City of Palo Alto and Council Appointed Officers and Authorization to Purchase Real Property in Accordance with City Manager Employment Agreement.

 

 

State/Federal Legislation Update/Action

Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements

Adjournment

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