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BRENTWOOD CITY COUNCIL
Minutes of April 25, 2000 

A regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Brentwood was called to order at the hour of 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 734 Third Street, Brentwood, California, with Mayor Kidd presiding.                                   

ROLL CALL

PRESENT:  Councilmembers Gomes, McPoland, Petrovich, Young and Mayor Kidd

ABSENT:    None 

PRESENTATIONS        

A.      Special Olympics Torch Run 

Pleasant Hill Police Sergeant John Pratt, Special Olympics Torch Run, gave a verbal presentation explaining the Special Olympics Torch Run, accompanied by a video presentation. 

Brentwood Police Detective Keady announced that the Brentwood Police Department would be sponsoring fund raisers on April 29 at Red Lobster in Pittsburg, May 9 at Applebee’s in Antioch, and Walnut Creek.  Also, that a Fun Run and Pancake Breakfast would be held on April 29 at the Delta Community Center at 8:30 a.m. 

B.     Proclamation proclaiming May as National Drown Prevention Month 

Mayor Kidd presented a Proclamation proclaiming May as National Drown Prevention Month. 

C.     Proclamation proclaiming April 30-May 6, 2000 as Municipal Clerks Week 

Mayor Kidd presented a Proclamation proclaiming April 30 – May 6, 2000 as Municipal Clerks Week. 

AGENDA REVIEW

Item No. 1:        Corrected page #2.

Item No. 9:        Corrected resolution.

Item No. 14:      Revised staff report.

CITIZEN COMMENTS 

Dave Bianchini, D.E. Bianchini,Inc., expressed concerns to past project issues related to the 1998 Lone Tree Sewer and Water Project.

 Marlene Ewell, Carnegie Lane, expressed concerns to the construction of a new park on Carnegie Lane, in terms of traffic calming issues.

Teresa Ellis, Carnegie Lane, expressed her dissatisfaction to a new development being constructed near her home, because the subdivision plans included alleyways.

 Greg Robinson spoke to Cornfest 2000 activities.

 Patti Schneider, Carnegie Lane, expressed concern to a new subdivision that would be constructed near her residence that would alleyways, and felt that alleyways would promote crime.

 Janeene Gronachey, Carnegie Lane, echoed the previous speaker’s concerns, and requested general information regarding her concerns.

 Vice Mayor Gomes pulled Item No. 1, Councilmember McPoland pulled Item No. 5 and Councilmember Young pulled Item No. 15.

 CONSENT CALENDAR

 2.         Approval of Warrant Nos. 49803 through 50063.

3.         Approve funding of $50,000 to the Chamber of Commerce for Cornfest 2000.

4.                   Approve Resolution No. 2056 authorizing the City Manager to execute certain documents to secure 2000-2003 Used Oil Grant Funds.

6.         Authorize City Manager to execute an agreement for Replacement of Security – Pulte Homes.

7.         Approve Resolution No. 2058 approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8197 – Ashton Place Unit 4 located in SPA “L” on the easterly side of Minnesota Avenue north of Sand Creek, accepting the offers of dedication shown thereon subject to acceptance of improvements.

8.         Approve Resolution No. 2059 approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8195 – Ashton Place Unit 3 located in SPA “L” on the westerly side of Minnesota Avenue north of Sand Creek, accepting the offers of dedication shown thereon subject to acceptance of improvements.

9.         Approve Resolution No. 2060 designating staff representatives to the State Water Resources Control Board’s State Revolving Fund Loan Program regarding the Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Project.

10.               Authorize the City Manger to execute the Consultant Services Agreement for fiscal year 2000/2001, to continue utilizing the right of way services of Associated Right of Way Services, Inc.

11.               Approve Resolution Nos. 2061 and 2062 approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute and file two (2) applications for the State Department of Water Resources Spring 2000 Urban Restoration Program and authority to enter into agreements for funding with the Department of Water Resources if funds are granted.

12.               Approve Resolution No. 2063 approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute Program Supplement Agreement Nos. 007, 009, 010, 011, 012 and 013 to State-Local Partnership Program Agreement SLTPP-5300 for State reimbursement of six (6) transportation construction projects.

13.               Approve Resolution No. 2064 granting Blackhawk-Nunn’s Application for Fee Exception to ECCRFFA fee, as set forth in Resolution 97-117, and related actions.

14.        Approve request for additional staff for Parks and Recreation Department in 2000/01 budget.

 M/S/C/U Petrovich/Gomes approving Consent Calendar Item Nos. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14. 

1.         Approval of Minutes of April 11, 2000. 

M/S/C Petrovich/McPoland approving the Minutes of April 11, 2000.  Vice Mayor Gomes abstained. 

5.         Approve a resolution adjusting the salary for the City Manager. 

Councilmember McPoland stated his objection to using taxpayer funds for a one-time lump sum payment. 

M/S/C Gomes/Petrovich approving Resolution No. 2057 adjusting the salary for the City Manager.  Councilmember McPoland voted no. 

15.        Second reading of Ordinance No. 631 approving RZ00-02 prezoning for four (4) sub areas in the Central Brentwood Annexation area to be consistent with the 1993 General Plan. 

M/S/C Gomes/Petrovich waiving second reading and adopting Ordinance No. 631 amending the Municipal Code by prezoning certain properties referred to as the Central Brentwood Annexation Prezone Areas, located along the Union Pacific railroad tracks in the central portion of the Brentwood Planning Area, to four (4) separate zoning designations:  re: PD-44, PD-42 and R-1-E.  Councilmember Young voted no. 

OLD BUSINESS 

16.        Approve the Implementation Plan, the proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Redevelopment Plan for the Brentwood project and Amendment No. 2 to the Redevelopment Plan for the North Brentwood Redevelopment Project, and the Negative Declaration.  

City Manager Elam provided a brief introduction of the staff report. 

M/S/C Gomes/Young approving Resolution No. 2065 adopting findings in response to written objections on adoption of the amendments to the Redevelopment Plans for the Brentwood Redevelopment Project and the North Brentwood Redevelopment Project.  Councilmembers McPoland and Petrovich voted no. 

M/S/C Gomes/Young approving Resolution No. 2066 approving a Negative Declaration for the amendments to the Redevelopment Plans for the Brentwood Redevelopment Project and North Brentwood Redevelopment Project.  Councilmember McPoland voted no. 

M/S/C Gomes/Young introducing and waiving first reading of Ordinance No. 632 amending Ordinance Nos. 333 and 496 and approving and adopting the amendments to the Redevelopment Plans for the Brentwood Redevelopment Project and the North Brentwood Redevelopment Project.  Councilmembers McPoland and Petrovich voted no. 

17.        Consideration of recommendations for the Second Street Extension and provide direction to staff. 

City Engineer Stevenson gave a synopsis of the staff report. 

City Manager Elam noted for the record that a letter was delivered to the City Manager and City Council, after the distribution of the City Council packet that was written by Ms. Gregory regarding reimbursement to the property owners that have paid into the O’Hara Avenue Assessment District.  City Attorney Beougher noted that the letter would be entered and made part of the record. 

Through discussions, Councilmember Petrovich requested that a resolution be brought back for the Council’s review for clarification of the appropriate wording.  Mayor Kidd recommended that this item be continued to the May 9 City Council meeting, in order that Councilmember Petrovich’s concerns be met, as well as making Ms. Gregory’s letter part of the official record. 

It was the consensus of the City Council to continue Item No. 17 to the City Council meeting of May 9. 

18.        Approval of a resolution confirming City Council action for the appeal of Centex Homes Design Review No. 99-30. 

Assistant Planner Zilm gave an overview of the staff report. 

M/S/C Petrovich/McPoland approving Resolution No. 2067 amending the Planning Commission’s approval and approve the appeal of Design Review No. 99-30 for Centex Homes located at the end of Quiet Gable Court.  Councilmembers Gomes and Young abstained. 

NEW BUSINESS 

19.        Appointment of Underwriter, Bond Counsel and Engineer of Work and approval of Deposit, Reimbursement and Acquisition Agreements in and for Assessment District No. 2000-1 and CIFP 2000-1. 

Associate Engineer Eldredge presented the staff report. 

A brief discussion ensued regarding the funding aspects of CIFP projects.  Mayor Kidd wanted to ensure that funding for the Sunset Road Bridge was appropriated. 

City Manager Elam noted that at the next CIP sub-committee meeting, projections would be made available of all projects. 

Councilmember Young commented that he had stated previous concerns regarding assessment districts, and felt that other options were available that have not yet been explored.  He noted that his previous concerns were on record. 

M/S/C McPoland/Gomes approving Resolution No. 2068 appointing an Underwriter, Bond Counsel and Engineer of Work, and approving Deposit and Reimbursement Agreements for CIFP 2000-1 and Assessment District No. 2000-1.  Councilmember Young voted no. 

CITIZEN COMMENTS - None 

INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS - None 

Requests for future agenda items  

Mayor Kidd requested that the Urban Limit Environmental Impact Report (EIR) be discussed at an upcoming meeting.  He also requested that an Ag Tourism Committee be formed and that Councilmember Young chair the committee. 

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business, the City Council adjourned at 8:40 p.m. to May 3, 2000.

 Respectfully Submitted, Debra Lawson, Minutes Clerk

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