May 11th, 2020
Call to Order
- Update and Discussion of the COVID-19 Health Emergency and the City’s Response (THIS ITEM HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE AGENDA)
Agenda Changes, and Deletions
2. Approval of ten (10) Five-year Contracts for On-call Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Project Support Services on an As-needed Basis, with: 1) Critigen LLC; 2) GIS Solutions, Inc.; 3) Utility Data Contracts, Inc.; 4) Turf Image, Inc.; 5) Vestra Resources, Inc.; 6) Michael Baker International, Inc.; 7) iSpatial Techno Solutions, Inc.; 8) Geographic Information Services, Inc.; 9) Seven Tablets, Inc.; and, 10) Timmons Group, Inc., C20174611, for an Annual Collective Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $700,000 Per Year, and a Five-year Collective Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $3,500,000, with All Work Subject to Assigned Task Order and Availability of Funds.
3. Approval of Amendment Number 1 to Contract Number C19170648 With Salas O’Brien Engineers, Inc. for Professional Design Services for the 12kV Electrical Distribution Network Rehabilitation Project at the Regional Water Quality Control Plant (RWQCP) to add Services, Increase Compensation by $142,939 for a new Not-to-Exceed Amount of $410,811, and Extend the Schedule for Performance Through December 31, 2022 – Capital Improvement Program Project WQ-19002.
4. Adoption of a Resolution Approving the City’s Participation in the State’s Clean Fuel Reward Program via the Execution of the Participating Electric Distribution Utility Joinder to the Clean Fuel Reward Program Governance Agreement.
6. Approval of an Exemption From Competitive Solicitation and Approval of Amendment Number 3 to Contract Number S16163031 With Triple HS Inc., dba H.T. Harvey & Associates, in the Amount of $9,799 to Provide Further Professional Services, for a new Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $63,828 for the San Francisquito Creek Pump Station Riparian Mitigation Monitoring.
City Manager Comments
8. PUBLIC HEARING: Recommendation to Allow Expiration of a One-year ban on Office Uses Above the Ground Floor From Participating in the City’s Downtown Parking In-lieu Program. Environmental Assessment: Exempt Pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15601(b)(3).
9. Staff Recommends the City Council Discuss and Direct Staff to Reduce the Number of Members on the Human Relations Commission and Public Art Commission From Seven to Five; and Reopen Recruitment for Five Member Commissions.
Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements