Turlock City Council Agenda for January 27, 2009 – Live Broadcast with Chat

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City Council Agenda

JANUARY 27, 2009
7:00 p.m.
City of Turlock Yosemite Room
156 S. Broadway, Turlock, California
 
 
1. A. CALL TO ORDER
 
B. SALUTE TO THE FLAG AND INVOCATION: Chaplain Elton Nelson, Faith Home Teen
Challenge Ranch
 
2. PROCLAMATIONS, RECOGNITIONS, APPOINTMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS &
PRESENTATIONS
A. Proclamation: Try Turlock First
B. Recognition: City of Turlock Retirees
C. Presentation: Relay for Life (Co-chairs Kristin Bettencourt/Michelle Van Neiuwenhuyzen)
 
3. A. TEEN ADVISORY COUNCIL BRIEFING
B. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY STANISLAUS BRIEFING
C. COMMISSION BRIEFINGS
D. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BRIEFING
E. PLATINUM ADVISORS BRIEFING
 
4. A. MOTION WAIVING READING OF ALL ORDINANCES ON THE AGENDA, EXCEPT BY
TITLE
B. DECLARATION OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND DISQUALIFICATIONS
 
5. CONSENT CALENDAR:
A. Motion: Accepting Demands of 12/18/08 in the amount of $937,271.52; Demands of
12/25/08 in the amount of $704,119.30; Demand of 12/31/08 in the amount of
$309,581.82
B. Motion: Accepting Minutes of 6:15 p.m. Special Meeting of January 13, 2009; Minutes of
Regular Meeting of January 13, 2009; Minutes of 7:00 p.m. Special Meeting of January
13, 2009; Minutes of 7:00 p.m. Special Meeting of January 13, 2009; Minutes of 4:00
p.m. Special Meeting of January 15, 2009
C. 1. Motion: Accepting notification of Quantities Contract Change Order No. 1 (Final) for
$750 (Fund 175) with W.C. Maloney, Inc. of Stockton, California, for City Project No.
0840, “Demolition of Existing Structures”
2. Motion: Accepting improvements for City Project No. 0840, “Demolition of Existing
Structures,” and authorizing the City Engineer to file a Notice of Completion
D. Motion: Awarding bid and approving an agreement in the amount of $17,505 (Fund190)
with First Serve Productions, Inc., of Danville, California, for City Project No. 0859,
“Tennis Court Resurfacing at Columbia Park”
E. Motion: Approving a Settlement Agreement and General Release of Claims between
Menghetti Construction and the City of Turlock in the amount of $0 (Fund 175) for City
Project No. 6626, “Fire Station No. 1”
F. Motion: Approving a Settlement Agreement and General Release of Claims between
Menghetti Construction and the City of Turlock in the amount of $0 (Fund 140) for City
Project No. 6671, “Compressed Natural Gas Maintenance Facility”
G. Motion: Approving the Encroachment Agreement between Sensient Dehydrated Flavors
and the City of Turlock for the installation, operation and maintenance of private storm
drainage facilities in the City right-of-way
H. Resolution: Declaring equipment surplus and obsolete to City needs and authorizing the
sales of same at public auction by Roger Ernst and Associates; and declaring certain
miscellaneous equipment as scrap and not to be sold at auction and declaring other
miscellaneous scrap equipment to be sold to any interested parties at fair market value
I. Resolution: Authorizing the submittal of a grant application, acceptance of an allocation
of funds and execution of a Grant Agreement with Arrowhead Club in support of the City
of Turlock Recreation Division Sticks for Kids Golf Program
J. Resolution: Declaring equipment surplus and obsolete to City needs, and authorizing
the transfer and exchange of sixty-six (66) handguns, six (6) shotguns, one (1) rifle and
ten (10) pistol slides to LC Action of San Jose, California, for eighteen (18) new Glock
pistols and three (3) high capacity magazines for each; and appropriating $8,292 to both
revenue account number 110/308-04-01 “Sale of Property – Police” and expenditure
account number 110/420-07-02 “Weapons Replacement” to account for the transaction
K. 1. Motion: Accepting the year-to-date donations in the amount of $872.56 from various
donors in support of the City’s Animal Services Unit and accepting the year-to-date
donations of assorted animal related products in the amount of $10,039.80 utilized in support
of the City’s Animal Services Unit
 
2. Resolution: Appropriating $872 to account number 307/482-06-35 “Animal Services
Expenses” to be funded by donations received in support of the City’s Animal Services Unit
L. Motion: Approving the Employment Agreement between the City of Turlock and
Phaedra Norton, City Attorney
 
6. FINAL READINGS:
A. Recommended Action:
Ordinance: Amending the Zoning Map of the City of Turlock, California, attached to Title
9 of the Turlock Municipal Code [Rezone 2008-04 (City-Wide)] as introduced at the
January 13, 2008 City Council Meeting
 
B. Recommended Action:
Ordinance: Amending Turlock Municipal Code Title 11 (Subdivisions) to extend the
initial life of a tentative map or a parcel map from two (2) years to three (3) years and to
allow the subdivider to request a time extension of up to twenty-four (24) months, not to
exceed a total of five (5) years from the date of the original map approval as introduced
at the January 13, 2008 City Council Meeting
 
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS: None
 
8. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION:
This is the time set aside for citizens to address the City Council on issues within the Council jurisdiction. You will be
allowed five (5) minutes for your comments. If you wish to speak regarding an item on the agenda, you may be
asked to defer your remarks until the Council addresses the matter.
No action or discussion may be undertaken on any item not appearing on the posted agenda, except that Council
may refer the matter to staff or request it be placed on a future agenda.
 
9. SCHEDULED MATTERS:
A. Request to approve the purchase of two parcels located at 230 and 260 Florence Street
(APN Nos. 061-015-015 and 061-015-013, respectively) for the purpose of acquiring two
of the seven parcels needed as part of the development of the City of Turlock’s Public
Safety Facility. (Pitcock)
Recommended Action:
Resolution: Approving the purchase and payment for the acquisition of the real property
located at 230 and 260 Florence Street, Turlock (APN Nos. 061-015-015 and 061-015-
013, respectively), for the purpose of the development of the City of Turlock’s Public
Safety Facility, with funds from account no. 175/777-07-06 “Public Safety Facility,” in an
amount not to exceed $560,000
B. Request to accept the Development Collaborative Advisory Committee (DCAC) Annual
Report for 2008 and reauthorize the DCAC for 2009. (Pitcock)
Recommended Action:
Motion: Accepting the Development Collaborative Advisory Committee (DCAC) Annual
Report for 2008, and reauthorizing the Committee for 2009
Resolution: Reauthorizing the Development Collaborative Advisory Committee (DCAC)
to be appointed by the Mayor for a term of one year to provide feedback and assistance
in serving the Turlock development community
 
10. STAFF UPDATES
 
11. COUNCIL ITEMS FOR FUTURE CONSIDERATION
 
12. CLOSED SESSION
Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Cal. Gov’t Code §54956.8
Property: 276 Florence, APN No. 061-015-012
Agency Negotiator: Gary Hampton
Negotiating Parties: Matthew Trevino
Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment
Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Cal. Gov’t Code §54956.8
Property: 144 S. Broadway, APN No. 043-045-017
Agency Negotiator: Gary Hampton
Negotiating Parties: William J. Jr. & Suzanne Lyons
Under Negotiation: Renewal of Lease and Terms of Lease
Conference with Labor Negotiators, Cal. Gov’t Code §54957.6
Agency Negotiator: Phaedra Norton and Sheila Cumberland
Employee Organization: Turlock Associated Police Officers
Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal/Release, Cal. Gov’t Code §54957
 
13. ADJOURNMENT

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