June 24th, 2019
Call to Order
Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions
City Manager Comments
2. Policy and Services Committee Recommends the City Council Accept the Status Update of the Parking Funds Audit and Approve Consolidation of Residential Preferential Parking (RPP) Program Funds; and Approve Fiscal Year 2019 Budget Amendments in the Residential Parking Fund and the General Fund.
3. Approval of Construction Contract Number C19174628 With AIMS Companies in the Amount of $1,732,250 for Phase 2 of the Cross Bore Verification, Inspection, and Assessment Program; and Authorization to Execute and Negotiate Related Change Orders in the Amount of $173,225, for a Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $1,905,475. Q&A
4. Approval of Contract Number C19173720A With ARB, Inc. in the Amount of $1,886,682 for Gas Service Replacement Project Fiscal Year 2019, Capital Improvement Program Project GS-18000, and Authorization for the City Manager to Negotiate and Execute Related Change Orders Not-to-Exceed $94,334, for a Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $1,981,016; and Approval of a Gas Capital Improvement Fund Budget Amendment. Q&A
5. Approval of Contract Number C19171363 With Professional Account Management, LLC dba Duncan Solutions, in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $627,000 Over a Five-year Term to Develop, Implement, Support and Maintain a Parking Permit and Citation Management System. Q&A
6. Approval of Professional Services Contract Number C19174525 With BKF Engineers in the Amount of $158,560 for Land Surveying Services, Including $14,400 for Additional Services, for a Total Not-toExceed Amount of $172,960. MEMO
8. Approval of Amendment Number 1 to Contract Number C17162020 With West Coast Arborists Inc. for Tree Pruning and Removal Services, to Extend the Term by two Years (Through June 30, 2021) and add $2,657,084, for a new Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $7,359,534; and Approval of a Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Amendment in the General Fund. Q&A
9. Approval of Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C16162262 With Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc., in the Amount of $466,569 to Provide Bidding and Construction Support Services for the Highway 101 Pedestrian/Bicycle Overpass Project (PE-11011), for a Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $2,417,759; and Adoption of a Resolution to Approve Modification of the Freeway Agreement Between the State of California and the City of Palo Alto. Q&A
10. Approval of Contract Number C20175131 With O’Grady Paving, Inc. in the Amount of $1,836,214 to Provide Synthetic Turf Replacement and Track Installation Services for the Cubberley Track and Field Replacement Project, Capital Improvement Program Project CB-19000. Q&A
13. Approval of Amendment Number 3 to Contract Number C14150694 With Mark Thomas & Company in the Amount of $100,058 for the Charleston-Arastradero Corridor Project, Capital Improvement Program Project (CIP) PE-13011. Q&A
15. Approval of Contract Number C19175329 With American Asphalt Repair and Resurfacing, Inc., in the Amount of $362,724, Plus a Five Percent Contingency for Unforeseen Expenses for Tennis Court Improvements at Rinconada Park to be Completed by August 9, 2019 (CIP PG-06001).
16. Approval of Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C17166591 With Artist Susan Zoccola, LLC to Extend the Term to November 30, 2021 for the Design Development, Fabrication, and Installation of Artwork Associated With the Charleston-Arastradero Corridor Project.
17. Approval of two Revenue Contracts With the City of Los Altos and the Town of Los Altos Hills for the City of Palo Alto to Provide Animal Control and Shelter Services for an Additional Five-year Term. MEMO
20. Approval of Contract Number C20175327 With Saviano Company, Inc. in the Amount of $471,768, Plus a 10 Percent Contingency for Unforeseen Expenses for Pickleball Court Additions and Tennis Court Improvements at Mitchell Park (Capital Improvement Project PG06001).
24. SECOND READING: Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Title 5 of the Palo Alto Municipal Code to Repeal Chapter 5.24 (Construction and Demolition Debris Diversion Facilities), and add a new Chapter 5.24, Entitled Deconstruction and Construction Materials Management, to Establish Regulations Related to the Management of Deconstruction and Construction Debris and Materials (FIRST READING: June 10, 2019 PASSED: 6-0 DuBois absent).
25. SECOND READING: Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Title 5 of the Palo Alto Municipal Code to Establish Regulations Related to Disposable Foodware Items and Other Disposable Products at Food Service Establishments (Chapter 5.30), and to Require the use of Compostable Produce Bags at Retail Service Establishments and Farmers Markets (Chapter 5.35) (FIRST READING: June 10, 2019 PASSED: 6-0 DuBois Absent).
26. Approval of Amendment Number 1 to Contract Number C19172119 With Daryl D. Jones, Inc. dba Telecommunications Engineering Associates (TEA) for $60,000 to Provide Services to the Public Safety Building Architect and Additional Maintenance Costs for Fiscal Year 2019.
27. Approval of Amendment Number 3 to Contract Number C12142180 Between the City of Palo Alto (on Behalf of the Joint Powers Board) and Midpen Media Center for Public, Education and Government (PEG) Access Channel Support Services to Extend the Term to December 31,
28. Approval of Contract Number C19174653 With Interline Technologies LLC for Software Development Services, and Creation of the Commuter Wallet in Accordance With the Fair Value Commuting Project in Cooperation With the Federal Transit Administration for a Not-to-Exceed Amount of $184,040.
29. Approval of Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C14152828 With MV Transportation to Extend the Term for six Months for $216,185 to Operate the Palo Alto Free Shuttle Service on the Existing Crosstown Shuttle Route Until December 2019.
30. Approval of Amendment Number 1 to Contract Number C18171057 With AECOM for Continued and Expanded Services for the Connecting Palo Alto Rail Grade Separation Effort and to Increase Compensation by $1,206,126 for a Total Not-to-Exceed Amount of $2,484,786.
32. PUBLIC HEARING: to Hear Objections to the Levy of Proposed Assessments on the Palo Alto Downtown Business Improvement District (BID); Adoption of a Resolution Confirming the Report of the Advisory Board and Levying Assessments for Fiscal Year 2020 on the Downtown Palo Alto Business Improvement District; and Adoption of a Budget Amendment in the Business Improvement District Fund.
33. Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 5.20 (Refuse Collection) of Title 5 of the Palo Alto Municipal Code Related to the Storage, Sorting, Collection and Removal of Refuse, Including Restrictions on the Type and Color of Refuse Collection Bags and Other Modifications to Make Waste Sorting More Effective and Facilitate Monitoring; and Finding the Ordinance to be Exempt Under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQ)A.
34. PUBLIC HEARING: Adoption of a Resolution Amending Utilities Rate Schedules E-15 (Electric Service Connections), W-5 (Water Service Connections), G-5 (Gas Service Connections), S-5 (Sewer Service Connections), and C-1 (Utility Miscellaneous Charges). MEMO
36. Approval of: (1) the Re-issuance of the Fiber-to-the-Node (FTTN) Request for Proposals to Begin a Multi-phase Fiber Network Expansion to Support Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Systems, and Wireless Communication Technologies for City Staff; and (2) the Sunsetting of the Fiber and Wireless Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) and Assignment of the Utilities Advisory Commission (UAC) to Assume the Sole Advisory Role as the Public Input Forum for Fiber and Wireless Expansion for Proposed Phases 1 and 2.
35. PUBLIC HEARING / QUASI-JUDICIAL. 1700 & 1730 Embarcadero Road [18PLN-00186]: Request for a Zoning Map Amendment, Site and Design Review and Design Enhancement Exception to Allow the Demolition of an Existing 18,000 Square Foot Vacant Restaurant Building and a 15,700 Square Foot Audi Service Building, and Construction of two new Automobile Dealerships Totaling 84,900 Square Feet. The Zoning Map Amendment Would Change the Zoning Designation From CS(D) and PC to CS(D)(AD) for Both Parcels. Environmental Assessment: Adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration, Including a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program. The Planning and Transportation Commission Reviewed and Made a Recommendation for Approval on March 27, 2019. MEMO MEMO
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