REGULAR CITY COUNCIL
February 8, 2000 at 7:30 P.M.
City Council Chamber
734 Third Street
Brentwood, CA 94513
Beginning Resolution No. 2004
Beginning Ordinance No. 629
CALL TO ORDER
A. Proclamation proclaiming February 2000 "Black History Month"
Persons addressing the City Council are required to limit their remarks
to five (5) minutes unless an extension of time is granted by the Mayor
subject to approval of the Council. Please file your name and address
with the Mayor on the form provided at the podium. Speakers desiring
answers to questions should direct it to the Council and, if relevant,
the Council may direct it to the appropriate staff member.
All matters listed on the consent calendar are considered routine in
nature and will be enacted by one motion. If discussion is required,
that particular item will be removed from the consent calendar and will
be considered separately.
1. Approval of Minutes of January 19 & 25, 2000.
2. Approval of Warrant Nos. 48313 through 48584.
3. Approval of a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute
the agreement and necessary documents to purchase three (3) Transport
Mobile Bleachers, Model TSP 300 with #78010 enclosed riser option in
the amount not to exceed $127,780 from Century Industries. (C. Bronzan/B.
4. Reject the claim of Alyce Keppler. (K. Diaz)
5. Approval of a resolution supporting Proposition 12 Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2000.
6. Approval of a resolution accepting the Offers of Dedication of streets
right of way, accepting the public improvements for maintenance, accepting
the Maintenance Bond, and releasing the associated Performance and Payment
Bonds for Subdivision 7948, Greystone Homes, and authorizing the Mayor
and City Clerk to execute the same. (J. Stevenson/D. Boskovic)
7. Approval of a resolution releasing the Maintenance Bond associated
with one year warranty of public improvements for Subdivision 7995,
Greystone Homes, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute
the same. (J. Stevenson/D. Boskovic)
8. Approval of a resolution accepting the landscape improvements for
maintenance, accepting the landscape Maintenance Bond, and releasing
the associated landscaping Performance and Payment Bonds for Subdivision
8011, Greystone Homes, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute
the same. (J. Stevenson/D. Boskovic)
9. Approval of a resolution authorizing the City Engineer to sign and
submit an application to the Public Utilities Commission of the State
of California for an order authorizing construction of an at-grade crossing
across the Union Pacific Railroad Company tracks at Sand Creek Road,
CIP Project No. 336-3061. (J. Stevenson/S. Gronlund)
10. Approval of a resolution authorizing the City Legal Counsel to prepare,
have executed and file with the Court a Stipulation for Judgment on
the property owned by Eugene Mangini, a single man, as to an undivided
½ interest; Louis Mangini and Marian Mangini, his wife, as Joint Tenants,
as to an undivided ½ interest, and located at the site of the City’s
Sand Creek/O’Hara Avenue Extension Project, and identified as a portion
of APN 016-120-010 and APN 016-130-004 accepting real property on behalf
of the City for a total cost not to exceed $186,000, plus incidental
court filing fees, and such other documents as may be needed to complete
the transaction including Final Order of Condemnation. (J. Stevenson/M.
11. Approval of a resolution adding the following three (3) projects
to the City’s 1999/2004 Capital Improvement Program: Fairview Avenue
improvements - Minnesota Avenue to Lone Tree Way; CIP Project No. 336-3120;
reconstruction and widening of Brentwood Boulevard north of Spruce Street
(in front of Big “O” and the Ford and Dodge dealers); CIP Project No.
336-3119; construction of a bicycle/pedestrian trail on the west side
of the railroad between Minnesota Avenue and Marsh Creek [Trail: Railroad
(Minnesota Avenue to Marsh Creek), Developer Project], including its
incorporation into the Trails Master Plan; and amend Sunset Road Realignment,
CIP Project No. 336-3012 (which includes a bridge over Marsh Creek and
modification to the Grant Street traffic signal) to accelerate its timeline.
Direct the City Engineer to hire professional design consultants to
design the improvements and prepare any necessary environmental reports.
12. Approval of a resolution authorizing the City Engineer to file applications
for Federal Surface Transportation Program and Congestion Mitigation
and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) Funding for the Brentwood
Boulevard Curve, CIP Project No. 336-3100, and the Lone Tree Way Overlay/Improvement
Project, and committing the necessary local match for the projects and
stating the assurance of the City of Brentwood to complete the projects.
(J. Stevenson/K. Wahl)
13. Approval of a resolution authorizing the addition of one full-time
position in the Public Works Water Division and adopting classification
description revisions for Water Service Worker I/II (P. Standley)
14. Approval of a resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into
a Purchase Agreement, in the amount of $193,000 for eight (8) Police
service vehicles with Bill Brandt Ford and the purchase of the equipment
in the amount not to exceed $12,000 to outfit the cars for patrol service.
15. Authorize the City Manager to enter into a professional services
agreement with RRM Design, not to exceed $80,000, for revision of Park,
Recreation, Trail and Creek Master Plans. (C. Bronzan)
16. Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Strauss Design
Group to provide architectural services for the Lucky Remodel Project.
(J. Elam/ H. Sword)
17. Authorize the City Engineer to install a three-way stop sign at
Fairview and Minnesota Avenues. Direct the City Engineer to undertake
engineering studies and prepare plans and specifications for the installation
of a traffic light at the intersection of Minnesota and Fairview Avenue
and have in operation by July 28, 2000 (the opening of school). (J.
18. Approval of a resolution designating the City Clerk as the voting
Board member for the Contra Costa Risk Management Insurance Authority
Board of Directors, and the City Manager as the alternate. (J. Elam)
19. Approval of a resolution establishing a policy and adopt a standard
payment plan agreement for development fees for commercial, office and
industrial development. (J. Stevenson/J. Elam/H. Sword)
20. Approval of a resolution authorizing the City Manager to submit
applications for contract services outside of the City’s boundaries
to LAFCO on behalf of property located at 7721 Lone Tree Way (APN 018-100-008)
and further authorizing the City Manager to execute the out-of-service
agreement with the owner of this property, Jose S. Velez. (J. Elam)
21. Approval of a resolution authorizing the City Manager to submit
applications for contract services outside of the City’s boundaries
to LAFCO on behalf of property located at 7701 Lone Tree Way (APN 018-100-007),
and further authorizing the City Manager to execute an out-of-service
agreement with the owner of this property, Cecilia J. Broderick. (J.
22. Authorize the payment of $500 per month in rent for the use of the
Village Drive Community Building for use as the Village Drive Resource
23. Appoint Ray Carter to serve as Brentwood's representative on the
Contra Costa Advisory Council on Aging for a term that will expire on
December 31, 2001. (J.Elam)
Persons addressing the Council are asked to file their name and address
with the Mayor on the form provided at the podium. The Council may adopt
reasonable regulations at the onset of the public hearing to facilitate
public testimony. These regulations may include time limits. In the
absence of such regulations, the public hearing shall follow the protocol
for Citizen Comments.
24. Approval of a resolution which initiates the annexation application
to LAFCO, and introduce and waive the first reading of an ordinance
which prezones the 40 acres for the expansion of Sunset Park to a Public
Facility (PF) designation. (M. Oshinsky/M. Leana)
25. Approval of a resolution initiating the annexation of the 2.92 acre
site, and introduce and waive the first reading of an ordinance changing
the prezoning designation of the parcel to a Public Facilities (PF)
designation. (M. Oshinsky/M. Leana)
26. Approval of a Resolution modifying the Master Sign Program for the
Albertson's Savon Center. (M. Oshinsky)
27. Discussion regarding a building moratorium. (J. Elam)
28. Approval of a resolution establishing an interest-free loan program
for existing commercial, office and industrial businesses doing business
in Brentwood for additional water meters and sewer pretreatment devices.
29. Amend Ordinance 613 to allow for and establish an appeal procedure
for the City’s monthly user charges for sanitary sewer service based
upon the strength of wastewater as tested by a pre-approved qualified
testing laboratory. (J. Stevenson/B. Bornstein/ P. Anderson)
30. Support or deny the request to provide up to $25,000 of City funds
to contribute to the sodding of a rebuilt football field at Liberty
Union High School. (J.Elam)
31. Consideration of request from Kaufman & Broad for $115,000 of
PEC Funds. Option #1: Approve the request from Kaufman & Broad for
$115,000 of PEC Funds. Authorize the City Manager and City Attorney
to prepare and execute a Development Agreement memorializing the terms
of approval. Option #2: Deny the request. Option #3: Refer the matter
back to the Economic Development Sub Committee. (J. Elam/ H. Sword)
32. Consideration of request from Purcell Brackets for $90,000 of PEC
Funds. Option #1: Approve the request from Purcell Brackets for $90,000
of PEC Funds. Authorize the City Manager and City Attorney to prepare
and execute a Development Agreement memorializing the terms of approval.
Option #2: Deny the request from Purcell Brackets for $90,000 of PEC
Funds. (J. Elam/ H. Sword)
33. Authorize the City Manager to execute change orders for an additional
5%, for a total of 25%, in construction change orders for CIP Project
No. 336-3083, Pavement Management Program with funding to come from
Water Polybutelene Repair account. (J. Stevenson/L. Filson)
CITY MANAGER REPORTS
INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM COUNCIL
REQUESTS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
Conference with legal counsel – existing litigation (Government Code
§54956.9(a) Stephen Beinke et al. v. City of Brentwood (Yolo County
Next regularly scheduled meeting February 22, 2000.
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services, meetings and employment opportunities in a manner that is
readily accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.
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