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June 12, 2001 at 7:00 P.M.

City Council Chamber
734 Third Street
Brentwood, CA 94513

Beginning Resolution No. 2302

Ordinance No. 672

Pledge of Allegiance 
Roll Call Beginning 



Conference with Legal Counsel:
Existing litigation pursuant to Gov’t Code Section 54956.9(a): Finley-Tassajara Corp. v. County of Contra Costa, et al., CCC Sup. Ct. No. MSC00-03704 and related cases

Anticipated litigation pursuant to Gov’t Code Section 54956.9(b): one case

A. New Employee Introductions and Oath of Allegiance (Elam/McPoland)
B. Community Energy Efficiency Program (M. Oshinsky/L. Kidwell)


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. Approve Minutes of May 22, 2001. (K. Diaz)

  2. Reject the claim submitted by Catherine Barlow Hightower for Spencer James Brown-Barlow, a minor. (K. Diaz)

  3. Approve a Resolution designating the Director of Finance and Information Systems as the alternate Board Member on the Contra Costa County Municipal Risk Management Insurance Authority Board of Directors. (K. Diaz)

  4. Approve payment to Pacific Program Management for construction management services at City of Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex. (D. Beougher/C. Bronzan)

  5. Approve a Resolution approving compensation and classification descriptions for Director of Economic Development, Development Project Manager and Economic Development Technician including reclassification of existing Economic Development Manager to Director of Economic Development (P. Standley)

  6. Approve second reading and adopt Ordinance No 669, approving the prezoning of 3.4 acres to R-1-E (Single Family Residential Estate) for the property referred to as the Christ Property located at 550 Creek Road immediately south of the ECCID Main Canal and east of Summerset IV in the southern portion of Brentwood’s planning area. (M. Oshinsky/M. Leana)

  7. Authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with Hanson Associates to complete the implementation of the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM)/Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), a software system for the Public Works Department. (J. Carlson)

  8. Approve a Resolution consenting to the payment of a portion of the cost of replacing a sewer pipe located on APN 016-010-016 (commonly known as Davis Camp) by the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Brentwood. (P. Ehler)

  9. Approve a Resolution of Public Interest and Necessity required by a Deferred Improvement Agreement with Ben and Beverly Peterson, affecting five property owners on Griffith Lane, relating to the Brentwood Bikeway Project. (J. Stevenson/M. Kirby/C. Bronzan)

  10. Approve a Lease for Park Use and Option to Purchase Agreement with the Castellos and related actions for the purchase of Sand Creek Park, located west of Fairview Avenue and north of San Jose Avenue. (J. Stevenson/M. Kirby/C. Bronzan)

  11. Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with DSS Company in an amount not to exceed $84,894 for the construction of the Brentwood Bikeway Project, CIP #336-3071. (J. Stevenson/M. Huber/S. Peiris)

  12. Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to increase funding in an amount not to exceed $34,000 for the completion of the First Street Parking Lot construction, CIP #336-3118, including landscaping costs. (J. Stevenson/D. Boskovic/M. Huber)

  13. Award the contract for roadway improvements and traffic signal installations at the intersections of Fairview/Minnesota Avenues; CIP #336-3120) and Central Boulevard/Griffith Lane; CIP #336-3057 to Tennyson Electric Company in the amount of $379,876. (J. Stevenson/S. Peiris)

  14. Approve a Resolution amending Resolution 2230 regarding the purchase of property on Lone Tree Way from Lopez, Lopez, Lima and Smith. (J. Stevenson/M. Kirby)

  15. Approve a Resolution authorizing the closure of certain streets to facilitate the Brentwood Chamber of Commerce’s Cornfest 2001 to be held July 13 –15, 2001. (L. Shaw/B. Strock)

  16. Accept the disclosure statements filed by the members of the Redevelopment Agency and authorize the acceptance of the disclosures in the minutes of the Redevelopment Agency. (K. Diaz)

  17. Approve the purchase of an upgrade to the current Utility Billing Software package not to exceed $75,000. (D. Dwyer/P. Ehler)

  18. Approve second readings of Ordinance No. 670 adding Chapter 14.20 to the Municipal Code to govern the City's stormwater system and to prohibit unauthorized runoff from entering the stormwater system; and Ordinance No. 671 amending Chapter 15.52 of the Municipal Code to require additional sediment and erosion control measure and adding enforcement authority. (D. Beougher/J. Stevenson/T. Wooten)

  19. Approve a contract with Lighting Technology Services Inc. in the amount of $45,402.64 to retrofit lighting in City buildings to reduce energy costs. (M. Merizon)

  20. Update of City Council strategic goals and objectives. (K. Diaz)

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.

  1. Consideration of an Ordinance approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration, General Plan Amendment, Rezone and Development Agreement for a 57 acre medical/office/residential and retail Special Planning Area and Planned Development for John Muir/Mt.Diablo Health System, located on the south side of Balfour Road, west of existing Concord Avenue. (M. Oshinsky)

  2. Consideration of a Resolution establishing a Residential Growth Management Program to provide for the review and evaluation of residential growth in the City. (M. Oshinsky)

  3. Consideration of a Resolution adopting operating budgets for Fiscal Years 2001/02 and 2002/03. (P. Ehler)

  4. Consideration of a Resolution amending Resolution No. 2198, establishing a fee structure for the Aquatic Complex. (C. Bronzan/S. Barry)

  5. Consideration of an Ordinance approving a Settlement and Development Agreement between the City of Brentwood and Blackhawk/Nunn. (D. Beougher)

  6. Consideration of Ordinances amending Planned Development (PD) 40 and 42. (M. Oshinsky/D. Hill)
    a. Zoning Amendment to Planned Development 40 eliminating the area designated as Subarea “B”. This property is generally located south of Sand Creek Road and west of Brentwood Boulevard. 
    b. Zoning Amendment to Planned Development 42, adding the area designated as Subarea “B” of PD-40 and adopting development standards for the Planned Development. 
  7. Consideration of an amendment to Planned Development No. 47 creating development standards for Subarea “B” within PD-47 allowing for the construction of a 19,950 sq. ft. office, commercial and flex tech building on a 1.32 acre site, located west of Walnut Boulevard and south of Continente Avenue. (M. Oshinsky/J. Zilm)


  1. Approve a Resolution adopting the 2001/02 Brentwood Redevelopment Agency Budget. (P. Ehler)

  2. Approve a Resolution adopting the 2001/02 Prop 4 Appropriation Limit. (P. Ehler)

  3. Discussion regarding possible use of detention basin located between Windsor Way and Sycamore Drive. (C. Bronzan/O. Ruiz)

  4. Approve the removal of Sycamore trees in Garin Ranch Subdivision and replace with Chinese Hackberries (J. Carlson/D. Parsons)

  5. Clarification of land use designation for Reinhard Property south of Lone Tree Way. (M. Oshinsky)

  6. Approve the restriping of street parking as recommended by the City Engineer to increase the total number of parking stalls downtown by 15, and direct staff to continue working with the Downtown Parking Task Force to increase parking downtown. (J. Stevenson/S. Peiris)

  7. Discussion regarding the Park and Recreation Commissions recommendation for priority use of fields/facilities. (C. Bronzan/K. De Silva)

  8. Council discussion relating to processing of residential projects above the mid-range density. (M. Oshinsky/M. Leana)

  9. Discussion regarding the Park and Recreation Commission recommendation for the naming/dedication of City facilities (C. Bronzan)

  10. Approve the League of California Cities Proposed Bylaws Amendment to increase dues to implement League Grassroots Network. (K Diaz)
  11. Consideration of request to provide $5,000 to co-sponsor the Professional Bowling Tournament at Harvest Park Bowl. (J. Elam)


  1. Further consideration of a Resolution adopting affordable housing guidelines to implement affordable housing requirement for KB Homes, CA Orchard Subdivision (TSM8199) located on Walnut Blvd. (M. Oshinsky/W. Rhodes) 





ADJOURNMENT to Monday June 25, 2001 at 7:00 p.m.

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