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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 01

CITY OF BRENTWOOD
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Minutes of June 11, 2002

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

ROLL CALL
Present: Councilmembers Beckstrand, Hill, Petrovich, Mayor McPoland 
Absent: Councilmember Gomes

PRESENTATIONS

A. Recognition of City of Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex lifeguard staff members. 

The following staff members were presented with Certificates of Appreciation for their valiant efforts in rescuing a swimmer at the Aquatic Complex on May 25, 2002. Joel Westberry Paul Berry, David Berumen, Julie Dwyer, Rikki Enzor, Jenny Groom, Evan Gendotti (worked on the child) Lauren Lautenschlager, Derek Perkins, Rae Phillips, Lee Phillips (worked on the child), Kate Wilson John Billingsley, Crystal Kelliher, Carissa Anderson, Kandice Winter, Margaret Quintana, Mike Berumen Ashley Mc Daniels, Meagen Hartman, Kristin Berumen, Mary Hamlin, Chelsea Nentwig, Jyl Couch

B. Presentation by the Contra Costa County “Co Co Café” Senior Nutrition Program. 

Liz Vargas, Program Manager for the Senior Nutrition gave an overview of the Co Co Café, a daily nutritional meal program for seniors.

C. Recognition of East Diablo Pony League Baseball League for skinning and regrading Acebo field at Sunset Sports Complex. 

D. New Employee Introduction and Oath of Allegiance.

The following new employees were introduced and administered the Oath of Allegiance:

Jason Rodgers, Police Officer
Oswald Cruz, Police Officer

It was also announced that James Martinez, received a promotion to Police Lieutenant. 

AGENDA REVIEW

Item 7 Move to New Business

Item 10 Revised Resolution

Item 14 Revised Agreement

Item 16 Change to action required

Item 17 Request to continue public hearing to June 25, 2002


Motion to add the following item to the agenda on the basis that the items came to the attention of staff after the agenda was posted. (Gov’t Code 54956.5)

PUBLIC HEARING

Item 17A A Public Hearing to consider a rezone of approximately 133 acres from a mix of R-1, R-2, and R-1-E to Planned Development Fifty Nine (PD-59) with the adoption of specific development standards for the proposed Rose Garden Residential Development located north of Lone Tree Way, east of the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks, south of Neroly Road and west of O’Hara Avenue. A mitigated Negative Declaration has been prepared for the project. (D. Beougher) 

It was moved/seconded by Hill/Beckstrand to add Item 17A to the agenda as recommended by staff. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent.

CITIZEN COMMENTS

Councilmember Beckstrand and Barbara Guise representing Tri-Delta Transit presented the City with an award received from the Tri Delta Transit. Ms. Guise thanked the Council for their support of public transportation for the citizen’s of Brentwood. 

Shawn Stange voiced concerns over the increasing number of dog owners who allow their animals to bark and roam around with leashes and requested that Council look into it.

Council directed staff to provide Mr. Stange with a copy of the Ordinance that applies to nuisance noises.

Jeff Schultz and Greg Robinson representing the Chamber of Commerce gave an overview of the CornFest activities.

Kelly Phillips a new correspondent for the Brentwood News introduced herself to Council and staff.

CONSENT CALENDAR

1. Approve Minutes of May 28, 2002. 

2. Approve Resolution No. 2565 accepting the work performed by McDonald Glen Company for the 118 and 120 Oak Street Project, CIP Project No. 336-3090 and directing the City Clerk to file a notice of completion.

3. Approve Resolution No. 2566 accepting the work performed by A. J. Vasconi, General Construction, for the construction of Brentwood Skate Park, CIP Project No. 522-5213 and directing the City Clerk to file a notice of completion. 

4. Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Contra Costa County to provide a Senior Nutrition Program at the Community Center. Pulled for further discussion.

5. Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with Green Leaf Mapping for parks and landscape water audit. Pulled for further discussion.

6. Approve Resolution No. 2567 approving the Final Map of Subdivision No. 8395, Sand Creek 1, Martin Land Company and Currin Investments, Inc., located north of Sand Creek Channel and east of Fairview Avenue, accepting the improvement security, approving the Subdivision Improvement Agreement, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the same. 

7. Adopt City Council Resolution Approving Form And Substance Of An Amended And Restated Trust Agreement In Connection With The Issuance of Infrastructure Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2002A And Subordinated Series 2002B and Authorizing Changes Thereto And Execution Thereof. Moved to New Business per Agenda Review.

8. Approve Resolution No. 2568 to establish the compensation and classification description for Engineering Project/Contract Manager. The new classification title and description replaces the existing Engineering Administrative Supervisor description. 

9. Approve Resolution No. 2569 authorizing the temporary closure of certain streets and the temporary establishing of no parking restrictions and tow away zones in order to facilitate the St. Albans Episcopal Church 75th Anniversary Celebration to be held on Saturday, June 22, 2002. 

10. Approve Resolution No. 2570 authorizing the closure of certain streets and temporarily establishing no parking restrictions and tow away zones in order to facilitate the Chamber of Commerce’s Cornfest 2002 to held July 12, 13, and 14, 2002. 

11. Approve a Resolution No. 2571 amending Resolution No. 2559 authorizing certain City personnel access to sales and use tax records pursuant to Revenue and Taxation Code Section 7056. 

12. Second Reading and adoption of Ordinance No. 706 amending Planned Development 35 to create development standards for Subarea "F" for property generally located north of Apricot Way, west of Fairview Avenue and south of the EBMUD aqueduct. 

13. Direct staff to place the Business License Tax issue on the November 5th General Election and approve Ordinance No. 707 amending Title 5, Chapter 5.04 of the Municipal Code – Business License, Taxes and Regulations, as it pertains to Business License. . 

14. Approve as to form Resolution No. 2572 authorizing the City Manager to execute a Reimbursement Agreement between the City of Brentwood, Schuler Homes and the Liberty Union High School District for the construction costs associated with the Liberty High School Parking Lot expansion project, CIP Project No. 336-3133, and authorize the City Manager to execute change orders in the amount of 10% of project cost. 

15. Set June 25, 2002 as the public hearing date to consider an appeal by Katherine S. Poole and John Farrow of Adams Broadwell Joseph & Cardozo on behalf of the Plumbers and Steamfitters Union Local 159, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 302, the Sheetmetal Workers Union Local 104, and Kevin Bolles on Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map 8561, Design Review 01-42, and the Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Rose Garden Development. 

It was moved/seconded by Petrovich/Beckstrand to approve consent calendar items 1 – 3, 6 and 8-15 as recommended by staff. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent.


Item 4

Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Contra Costa County to provide a Senior Nutrition Program at the Community Center.

Councilmember Hill expressed concerns over the possible monopolization of the Community Center and the availability of parking

Craig Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation responded that the program would initially be held in the Blue Room, the smaller of the meeting rooms in the Community Center. If the program is a success, other meeting place options will be investigated. He further commented that he did not anticipate parking being an issue. With school out for summer break and the parking stalls downtown being restriped and marked with stricter time restrictions, Mr. Bronzan felt that parking would be adequate to support the program as well as City Employees and others wishing to use City facilities.

RESOLUTION NO. 2573

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH CONTRA COSTA COUNTY TO PROVIDE A SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 

It was moved/seconded by Hill/Petrovich to approve Resolution No. 2573 authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Contra Costa County to provide a Senior Nutrition Program at the Community Center. Motion Carried by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Beckstrand, Hill, Petrovich, Mayor McPoland
NOES: None
ABSENT: Councilmember Gomes
ABSTAIN: None

Item 5

Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with Green Leaf Mapping for parks and landscape water audit.

Craig Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation gave a brief overview of the proposed agreement explaining the importance of proper water usage to a well-maintained park and landscape system. Mr. Bronzan further explained that in addition to using the right amount of water, water usage has financial implications. Many of the original Engineer’s Reports for the older LLD’s did not factor in the cost of water used in the maintenance of the landscape environment. As a result, there are financial and conservation reasons to use the correct amount of water necessary in our applications.

Staff is recommending entering into a Professional Services Agreement with Green Leaf Mapping & Control Systems to provide landscape water management services to the City of Brentwood Parks Division. Based on our preliminary estimates, the cost for the water audits will be paid for by the savings in the cost of water necessary to water our landscape areas. The program consists of Irrigation mapping, irrigation schedule analysis, field tests, irrigation base schedule development, water use audits, irrigation reports and quality control.

Councilmember Hill voiced concerns that the City was spending money for an audit with no guarantees of a cost savings. He asked if Green Leaf Mapping would be willing to sign an agreement with the City guaranteeing the City would see a cost benefit.

Mr. D.E. McLeRoy representing Green Leaf Mapping addressed Council highlighting the projects the Company has done and the savings netted by each project.

After further Council discussion, it was recommended that the item be continued to June 25, 2002 to allow staff additional time to see if an agreement can be made with Green Leaf Mapping which will provide the City with some guarantees if cost savings is not found.

It was moved/seconded by Hill/Petrovich to continue Item 5 to approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with Green Leaf Mapping for parks and landscape water audit to June 25, 2002. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

16. Due to lack of quorum (lack of minimum number of eligible voting members), staff recommends that the two eligible members of the City Council take an action to continue the joint public hearing to Monday, June 17, 2002 at 7:00 p.m. The joint public hearing for June 11, 2002, will not be opened and no testimony or evidence for or against the Proposed Amendment will be heard, due to the lack of quorum.

Gina Rozenski explained to Council that staff is requesting to continue the item to June 17, 2002 because there is a lack of quorum at the meeting this evening and therefore no action could be taken.

It was moved/seconded by Beckstrand/McPoland that due to lack of quorum, the Joint Public Hearing not be opened and no testimony or evidence for or against the Proposed Amendment be heard and that the Joint Public Hearing be continued to an adjourned regular meeting on Monday, June 17, 2002 as recommended by staff. Motion carried unanimously with Councilmember Gomes absent.

Let the record show that Councilmember Petrovich was present but did not vote.

17. Introduce and waive the first reading of a resolution and an ordinance approving an amendment to Planned Development No. 35 by adding development standards for Subarea “E” (Tentative Subdivision Map 8556). Continued from 5/28/02.

The Public Hearing was opened.

It was moved/seconded by Hill/Beckstrand that the item be continued to June 25, 2002. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent.

At 8:30 p.m. Council recessed to a break. 

Council reconvened at 8:45 p.m.

17A. A Public Hearing to consider a rezone of approximately 133 acres from a mix of R-1, R-2, and R-1-E to Planned Development Fifty Nine (PD-59) with the adoption of specific development standards for the proposed Rose Garden Residential Development located north of Lone Tree Way, east of the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks, south of Neroly Road and west of O’Hara Avenue. A mitigated Negative Declaration has been prepared for the project. Open the Public Hearing and continue to June 25, 2002 consistent with Consent Calendar Item No. 15. 

The Public Hearing was opened.

Karen Rarey expressed concern with the new plan stating that many of the sidewalks have been removed, streets have been narrowed and the driveways have been shortened so cars will have to park in the street. She felt the neighborhood would be dangerous for children who, without sidewalks, will have to walk or ride bikes in the street. She concluded by stating that modifications like these work well in Summerset where no children are present but feels that they are unsafe in family neighborhoods.

It was moved/seconded by Hill/Beckstrand to continue Item 17A, a Public Hearing to consider a rezone of approximately 133 acres from a mix of R-1, R-2, and R-1-E to Planned Development Fifty Nine (PD-59) with the adoption of specific development standards for the proposed Rose Garden Residential Development located north of Lone Tree Way, east of the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks, south of Neroly Road and west of O’Hara Avenue to June 25, 2002. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent.

OLD BUSINESS

18. Approve staff recommendation to move forward with design of 50-meter pool as a joint-use project at Heritage High School and direct staff to bring back guiding principals for agreement for funding of project. 

Craig Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation introduced the item explaining this project is included in the 2002/2007 CIP Budget listed as un-funded until the City Council makes a determination to fund it. At the suggestion of Dan Smith, staff has been moving forward on an option that would direct the architect to provide parallel designs: one for a 25-yard pool and one for a 50-meter pool. Heritage High School is not scheduled to go out to bid until spring of 2003. As a result, there is no necessity to determine exact funding or long-term commitment until next year’s CIP. Mr. Smith has requested and received a cost estimate from the architect for these two designs. The cost for design of the 50-meter pool is $208,800. If the City decides to go forward and jointly fund the 50-meter pool, one half of the design fee will be credited back to the City against funding for the project. The architect has indicated that if the City of Brentwood could decide for sure that they will fund the project by August 2002, then the architects would be able to consolidate designs and the cost to the City of Brentwood for the 50-meter pool would only be $97,440. If City Council could make the decision by that time period, it would result in a considerable cost savings, something to consider if a long-term decision could be made at this time.

Mayor McPoland asked Dan Smith, Superintendent of Schools, why the school district is going through a dual design process. 

Mr. Smith responded that the School District feels that the minimum requirement for the school to operate school programs is a 25-yard pool. Without a commitment from the City for a 50-meter pool, the school feels like it needs to move forward with the minimum level necessary to operate the school

Mayor McPoland asked the cost of the design of the 25-yard pool.

Mr. Smith responded that the design of the 25-yard pool is approximately $263,000. 

If the Council is willing to commit to the 50-meter pool this evening is there nay cost to the City for designing the 50-meter pool. 

Mr. Bronzan responded that if the City is willing to make a decision by August, the cost of designing the 50-meter pool is $97,000.00, saving the City approximately $100,000. 

Mayor McPoland commented that he hated to see the school district expend those kinds of funds to design a pool that may not be built.

Mayor McPoland further commented that he hesitate to make a decision before the State budget is definitely known.

Councilmember Petrovich asked, if the Council made the commitment tonight to fund the 50-meter pool, what would be the cost to design just the 50-meter pool and not the 25-yard pool. 

Mr. Smith responded that the cost to design the 50-meter pool would be the $263,000 that the School District is already committed to pay plus $97,000 from the City making the total cost $360,000.

Councilmember Hill asked Pamela Ehler, Director of Finance and Information Services, her opinion of the financing of the pool and how comfortable she felt with this considering all the other project we have in the CIP Program.

Ms. Ehler responded that she was very satisfied with the plan and how to pay it out however, she would feel more comfortable waiting to make a commitment until the State Budget is released so that we know exactly where we stand. 

It was moved/seconded by Beckstrand/Hill approve Item 18 to move forward with design of 50-meter pool as a joint-use project at Heritage High School and direct staff to bring back guiding principals for agreement for funding of project as recommended by staff. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent and Councilmember Petrovich voting no.

Councilmember Petrovich stated that he is in full support of the school getting a new swimming pool but feels that this option is a waste of money.

NEW BUSINESS

19. Approve the appointments of Bruce Ghiselli, Norwood Robertshaw, and Chris Calabrese to the Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust; review the draft Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws for the Trust; and direct staff to amend the Zoning Ordinance funding limit for administration of the Trust. 

Mitch Oshinsky, Director of Community Development introduced the item stating that this staff report has three matters for Council consideration:

a) Approve the appointments of Bruce Ghiselli, Norwood Roberthaw and Chris Calabrese to the Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust.
b) Review the draft Article of Incorporation and Bylaws for the Trust.
c) Direct staff to amend the Zoning Ordinance funding limit for administration of the Trust.

Mayor McPoland gave a brief introduction of each of the new appointees highlighting their qualifications for the committee.

It was moved/seconded by Beckstrand/Hill to approve the appointments of Bruce Ghiselli, Norwood Robertshaw and Chris Calabrese to the Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust. Motion carried unanimously.

Councilmember Petrovich stated that he opposed the articles of Incorporation and Bylaws for the Trust.

Councilmember Hill stated that he was not in favor of structuring the Trust. The concept of adding another layer of government on top of the zoning ordinance we already have in the County. This is primarily dealing with County lands and he didn’t feel its necessary to overlay another program. He further stated that he did not feel it was necessary to move forward with the project in September, 2001 when the issue first came to Council and his views have not changed.

It was moved seconded by Beckstrand/Hill to continue the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws and amending the Zoning Ordinance to the meeting of July 9, 2002. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent.

20. Authorize the City Manager to execute the attached Standard Payment Plan Agreement between the City of Brentwood and Valdry Court, LLC for four buildings located on 550 Valdry Court, Building A, B, C, and D, Brentwood, CA 94513 (APN 010-160-02). 

Howard Sword, Director of Economic Development introduced the item explaining to Council that this project is part of the Fee Deferral Program which allows eligible commercial, industrial and office development to pay 10% of the development fees at the time of building permit issuance and 10% for the next nine-years.

Councilmember Petrovich asked if the project was within 500 feet of his business, PeeWee’s Restaurant on Brentwood Blvd. 

Mr. Sword responded that it was within 500 feet of PeeWee’s.

Councilmember Hill asked if the project was within 500 feet of 5000 Balfour Road, Brentwood.

At 9:27 p.m. Council recessed to a break. 

Council Reconvened at 9:30 p.m.

Bailey Grewal, City Engineer determined that the project was not within 500 feet of 5000 Balfour Road.

It was moved/seconded by Beckstrand/Hill to Authorize the City Manager to execute a Standard Payment Plan Agreement between the City of Brentwood and Valdry Court, LLC for four buildings located on 550 Valdry Court, Building A, B, C, and D, Brentwood, CA 94513 (APN 010-160-02). Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent and Councilmember Petrovich abstaining.

21. Council receive update and discussion concerning Route 4 East Corridor Transit Study. (E Bart, Station Location, Transit Oriented Development, etc.) and provide direction as appropriate.

Mitch Oshinskiy, Director of Community Development, introduced Susan Miller representing Contra Costa Transportation Authority.

Ms. Miller gave a brief introduction of Ellen Smith and Jim Graveson representing BART and Bill Hurl representing Wilbur Smith Associates.

Mr. Hurl gave a presentation of transit improvement options that the committee has been investigating including BART extensions, eBART, HOV System Improvements, Bus Rapid Transit, and Express Bus.

Ms. Miller added that the preferred alternative would be a package of options addressing what can be done immediately vs. long-term goals.

Councilmember Hill asked if they were still looking at options of going south of Byron.

Ms. Miller responded that they are looking at the cost of going all the way to Tracy.

Councilmember Hill asked if they had done any analysis of the direction the far-east County commuters are traveling. 

Mr. Hurl responded that they did do an origin to destination survey as part of the study and the majority of commuters do travel west. 

Councilmember Hill requested to see the data from the survey.

Mayor McPoland asked Mr. Hurl if he had any data he could share with the City on the reality of extending BART service to Hillcrest. 

Ms. Miller responded that they would be presenting information on that option at a meeting on June 22, 2002. 

Ms. Miller asked if Council had any suggestions.

Councilmember Hill expressed some concern about the BART facility not being consistent with the scale and theme of our community. 

After council discussion, sites A and B on the map were chosen as the optimal locations of a BART station.

Councilmember Beckstrand asked if the options would change based on what happens with SB 1491. If the bill passes, the funds that will be cut are substantial enough that 7 of the bay area transit companies will likely close their doors, how does that work in to your projections?

Ms. Miller responded that part of their report would discuss where the funds would become available. She reiterated that project would be done in phases and steps as monies become available

Mayor McPoland stated that he would be very interested to see where the money will be coming from since most of the monies available now are already committed to other projects.

Ms. Miller thanked the Council for their time and encouraged them to attend the workshop on June 22, 2002.

22. Discussion and approval of Park & Recreation Commission recommendations for naming of specific park sites. 

Craig Bronzan introduced the item stating that in September 2001, City Council approved the naming of 14 City park facilities and directed the Park and Recreation Commission to return as new parks are considered. The new parks presented for naming consideration are:

Pulte’s Brentwood Park Subdivision Arbor View Park
Heritage Park (in Spa L) Miwok Park
Brookfield West Park Balfour-Guthrie Park
Sun Cal Park Oak Meadow Park
William Lyon’s Homes @ Yamanaka Heron Park

Councilmember Hill expressed some dislike for the naming of the Miwok Trail Park. He felt the name Heritage Park, which it is currently being referred to, is a better identifier of the park. 

Karen Rarey, representing the Park and Recreation Commission, explained that the study of the Miwok Tribe is a major part of the Brentwood Unified School District curriculum. Children who will be using this park will be well aware of the Miwoks and the significance of the name and afford them more opportunity to learn of their heritage.

It was moved/seconded by Petrovich/Beckstrand to approve the names for the five specific park sites. Motion carried with Councilmember Gomes absent.

23. Approve a Resolution Appointing an Underwriter, Bond Counsel, and Engineer of Work, and Approving Deposit and Reimbursement Agreements for CIFP 2002-1 and Assessment District No. 2002-1.

Paul Eldredge, Assistant City Engineer, introduced the item before Council explaining that in November, 2000, the City Council added the Northwest Quadrant Infrastructure /CIFP 2001-1 (renamed to 2002-01 to correctly reflect the year) to the 2000/05 Capital Improvement Program and directed the City Engineer to initiate discussions with the development community to develop a Capital Improvements Financing Program (CIFP 2001-1, also renamed to 2002-1 to correctly reflect the year) to assist in financing the required engineering and public infrastructure to support the anticipated commercial and residential development in the Northwest Quadrant.

John Knox representing Orrick Herrington explained that this is the first procedural step for Council in a process which will culminate on August 13, 2002 with a Public Hearing at which time Council will be asked to consider final approval of the engineers report and adoption of the various bond documents. There are four resolutions to be passed. 

Karen Rogge spoke in support of the CIFP and asked when segment one of the project would begin.


RESOLUTION NO. 2574

RESOLUTION APPOINTING AN UNDERWRITER, BOND COUNSEL, AND ENGINEER OF WORK, AND APPROVING DEPOSIT AND REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENTS FOR CIFP 2002-1 AND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2002-1. 

RESOLUTION NO. 2575

RESOLUTION DECLARING OFFICIAL INTENT TO REIMBURSE CERTAIN EXPENDITURES FROM PROCEEDS OF INDEBTEDNESS.

RESOLUTION NO. 2576

RESOLUTION ACCEPTING PETITION IN AND FOR PROPOSED ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2002-1.

RESOLUTION NO. 2577

RESOLUTION APPOINTING AN UNDERWRITER, BOND COUNSEL, AND ENGINEER OF WORK, AND APPROVING DEPOSIT AND REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENTS FOR CIFP 2002-1 AND ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2002-1. 

RESOLUTION NO. 2578

RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO ORDER IMPROVEMENTS IN ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2002-1 AND APPROVING THE PROPOSED BOUNDARY MAP.

It was moved/seconded by Petovich/Hill to approve Resolutions No. 2574, 2575, 2576, 2577, 2578 as recommended by staff. Motion carried by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Beckstrand, Hill, Petrovich, Mayor McPoland
NOES: None
ABSENT: Councilmember Gomes
ABSTAIN: None

7. Approve a Resolution approving form and substance of an Amended and Restated Trust Agreement in connection with the issuance of Infrastructure Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2002A and Subordinated Series 2002B and authorizing changes thereto and execution thereof. (Moved to New Business per Agenda Review.)

John Knox representing Orrick Herrington explained to Council that this is a companion item to the BIFA item that was presented to Agency earlier and this is the resolution approving the City’s authorization of the agreement.

It was moved/seconded by Hill/Beckstrand to approve Resolution No. 2579 approving form and substance of an Amended and Restated Trust Agreement in connection with the issuance of Infrastructure Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2002A and Subordinated Series 2002B and authorizing changes thereto and execution thereof. as recommended by staff. Motion carried by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers Beckstrand, Hill, Petrovich, Mayor McPoland
NOES: None
ABSENT: Councilmember Gomes
ABSTAIN: None


CITIZEN COMMENTS - none

INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS - none

REQUESTS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

Councilmember Hill requested a report listing current staff projects for prioritization by Council.

ADJOURN 

It was moved/seconded by Beckstrand/Hill to adjourn the meeting to June 17, 2002 at 7:00 p.m.

Respectfully Submitted,



Cynthia Goulding
Deputy City Clerk

 
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