Turlock City Council Meeting Agenda for 10-27-09, Live Webcam Broadcast

An opening reception for an art exhibition will precede the Council Meeting. View the agenda and live broadcast here.
 
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There will be an opening reception for an art exhibition at City Hall at 6:00pm. The public is invited.
 
View the agenda for the Turlock City Council Meeting to be held on October 27, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall in rough text form right here.
 
 
 
Turlock City Council Agenda
October 27, 2009
7:00 p.m.
City of Turlock Yosemite Room
156 S. Broadway, Turlock, California
 
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. – Opening Reception for Art Exhibition at City Hall
 
1.
A. CALL TO ORDER
B. SALUTE TO THE FLAG
 
2. PROCLAMATIONS, RECOGNITIONS, APPOINTMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS &
PRESENTATIONS: None.
 
3.
A. SPECIAL BRIEFINGS
1. TURLOCK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT: “Just Say GO” Attendance Campaign, Turlock
Unified School District (Gil Ogden, Director of Student Services)
SPEAKER CARDS: To accommodate those wishing to address the Council and allow for staff follow-up, speaker cards are available for any agendized topic or any other topic delivered under Public Comment. Please fill out and provide the Comment Card to the City Clerk or Police Officer.
 
B. STAFF UPDATES
 
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:
Information concerning the consent items listed hereinbelow has been forwarded to each Councilmember prior to this meeting for study. Unless the Mayor, a Councilmember or member of the audience has questions concerning the Consent Calendar, the items are approved at one time by the Council. The action taken by the Council in approving the consent items is set forth in the explanation of the individual items.
A. Resolution: Accepting Demands of 10/01/09 in the amount of $816,601.34; Demands of
10/08/09 in the amount of $1,091,555.73
B. Motion: Accepting Minutes of Regular Meeting of October 13, 2009 and Special Meeting
of October 13, 2009
C. Motion: Accepting improvements for City Project No. 0841, “IT Server Room Air
Conditioning” and authorizing the City Engineer to file a Notice of Completion, with no
change orders
D. 1. Motion: Awarding bid and approving an agreement in the amount of $31,914 (Fund
129) with Hensley’s Paving, Inc. of Waterford, California, for City Project No. 0930,
“Storm Line Repair, Golden State and Monte Vista”
2. Resolution: Appropriating $11,000 from Fund 129 “WQC” reserve balance to line
number 129/731-07-101 “Repair of Golden State Boulevard/Monte Vista Storm Line” for
storm line repair
E. Motion: Approving an Annual Retainer Agreement for the remainder of calendar year
2009, in an amount not to exceed $20,000 (Fund 128), with 4Leaf, Inc., for plan check
services related to various building permit applications throughout the City of Turlock
F. Motion: Approving an agreement with Transit Maintenance Consultants for providing
bus production inspection services, in the amount of $25,000, and authorizing the City
Manager to sign all documents, assurances and statements in regard to two bus
inspection services
G. Motion: Approving an Agreement between the City of Turlock and Transit Capital
Support Services for preparation of Federal Transit Administration and California
Department of Transportation Financial Status Reports and Milestone Status Reports in
an amount not to exceed $57,076 (Fund 140)
H. Motion: Approving the Annual Maintenance Agreement with Mo-Cal Office Solutions for
three (3) Kyocera multifunctional photocopiers based on a cost per copy, for a period of
twelve (12) months, from 110/418-02-22 “Copier Lease” and 142/438-02-22 “Copier
Lease,” in an amount not to exceed $2,100
I. Motion: Approving a Fencing Agreement with Marty Pinkney and Terrie Pinkney related
to the replacement of a wooden “good neighbor” fence adjoining the Pinkney’s residence
at 2520 Emerald Way and a City of Turlock storm drain basin, in the amount of $2,100,
from 129/731-07-85 “Fencing Hawkeye/Guatavita”
J. Motion: Approving an agreement between the City of Turlock and the 38th District
Agricultural Association for the purpose of parking and turn around for the participants in
the annual Christmas Parade on Friday, December 4, 2009
K. 1. Motion: Accepting the donations of $2,115 from various donors in support of the
BMX Bike Park
2. Resolution: Appropriating $1,115 to 308/497-07-25 “Bike Park Expenses” from Fund
308 “Municipal Services Grants-Bike Park” reserve balance, funded by donations
received in support of the BMX Bike Park for development and purchase of park
amenties
L. Motion: Approving an agreement between the City of Turlock and Megan E. Guenther,
an individual, to develop a community based gang intervention and prevention program
and strategy, for the period of November 1, 2009, through December 30, 2010, in an
amount not to exceed $51,626
M. Motion: Approving a Letter of Understanding between the Superior Court of California,
Stanislaus County and the Law Enforcement Agencies within the County of Stanislaus
for the Warrant Recall Exchange
N. Motion: Authorizing an exception to bidding procedures as outlined in the Turlock
Municipal Code §2-7-08 (b)(2), for a sole source commodity that can only be obtained
from a single vendor, and authorizing the purchase of twelve (12) Gxtreme Millenia Xt
Gold turnout gear from LN Curtis & Sons, in an amount not to exceed $25,600, from line
number 116/521-07-14 “Safety Clothing”
O. Motion: Initiating an analysis of the City of Turlock’s continued participation in the
HOME Consortium
 
6. FINAL READINGS: None.
 
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
A. This item was continued from the October 13, 2009, City Council meeting. Request
to amend local regulations regarding large family day care facilities definitions, standards
and restrictions contained in Title 9 of the Turlock Municipal Code and requiring existing
licensed large family day care facilities to pay fees in accordance with the City’s
business licensing requirements. (Whitmore)
Recommended Action
Ordinance: Amending local regulations regarding large family day care facilities
definitions, standards and restrictions contained in Title 9 of the Turlock Municipal Code
(Zoning Ordinance), including TMC 9-1-202 (Definitions), TMC 9-2-110 (Family Day
Care Home), and TMC Chapter 9-3 (Base District Regulations)
Motion: Requiring existing licensed large family day care facilities to pay fees in
accordance with the City’s business licensing requirements (Chapter 3-1 TMC) 180 days
from the effective date of the ordinance amendments
 
B. Request to amend the Turlock Municipal Code Title 4 to add Chapter 18 regarding the
regulation of funeral processions requiring funeral escort service providers to obtain a
permit from the City of Turlock (Langston)
Recommended Action
Ordinance: Amending Turlock Municipal Code Title 4, to add Chapter 18 “Regulations
Concerning Funeral Processions”
 
8. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
This is the time set aside for members of the public to directly address the City Council on any item of interest to the public, before or during the City Council’s consideration of the item, that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council. 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 enter into a purchase and sale agreement with respect to the sale of the
seller’s Proposition 1A Receivable from the State (Lorenzi)
Recommended Action
Resolution: Approving the form of and authorizing the execution and delivery of a
Purchase and Sale Agreement and related documents with respect to the sale of the
seller’s Proposition 1A Receivable from the State; and directing and authorizing certain
other actions in connection therewith
 
B. Request to amend the Project Light Speed package and encroachment permit to follow
the standard rules and ordinances currently in place for other development applicants
(Pitcock)
Recommended Action:
Motion: Rescinding the Project Light Speed Application Package and encroachment
Permit Review Process for AT&T and directing staff to follow the standard rules and
ordinances currently in place for other development applicants
 
C. Request to adopt a Fee Deferral Program for a period of twenty-four (24) months for the
CFF, NWTSP and WISP Impact Fees (Pitcock)
Recommended Action:
Resolution: Adopting a Fee Deferral Program for a period of twenty-four (24) months for
the CFF, NWTSP and WISP Impact Fees
 
D. Request to approve the hiring and replacement of four full-time and one part-time
employee for the Turlock Police Department (Hampton)
Recommended Action:
Motion: Authorizing the hiring and replacement of four (4) regular full-time public safety
positions identified as two (2) Police Officer I positions, one (1) Police Sergeant, one (1)
Public Safety Communications Supervisor, and one (1) part-time Police Cadet for the
Turlock Police Department
 
E. Request for approval of loan agreement in the amount of $400,000 with Turlock
Scavenger Company related to a change in the City’s utility billing practice
Recommended Action:
Motion: Approving a Loan Agreement in the amount of $400,000 with Turlock
Scavenger Company related to a change in the City‘s utility billing practice
 
Adjourn to Turlock Redevelopment Agency
Reconvene Turlock City Council Meeting
 
10. COUNCIL ITEMS FOR FUTURE CONSIDERATION
 
11. COUNCIL COMMENTS
Councilmembers may provide a brief report on notable topics of interest. The Brown Act does not allow discussion or
action by the legislative body.
 
12. CLOSED SESSION
 
13. ADJOURNMENT
 
 
Redevelopment Agency
Special Meeting Agenda
OCTOBER 27, 2009
7:00 p.m.
City of Turlock Yosemite Room
156 S. Broadway, Turlock, California
 
1. CALL TO ORDER
 
2. DECLARATION OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND DISQUALIFICATIONS
 
3. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION – LIMITED TO ITEMS DESCRIBED IN THE NOTICE FOR THIS MEETING
This is the time set aside for citizens to address the City Council concerning any item that has been described in the notice for the meeting before or during consideration of that item. 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.
 
4. CONSENT CALENDAR:
Information concerning the consent items listed hereinbelow has been forwarded to each Agency Member prior to this meeting for study. Unless the Chairman, an Agency Member or member of the audience has questions concerning the Consent Calendar, the items are approved at one time by the Agency. The action taken by the Agency in approving the consent items is set forth in the explanation of the individual items.
 
A. Motion: Accepting Minutes of October 13, 2009 Special Meeting of the Turlock
Redevelopment Agency
 
B. Motion: Directing staff to contribute to the California Redevelopment Association (CRA)
legal defense fund in the requested amount of $640
 
4. ADJOURNMENT
The foregoing meeting is hereby called by Chairman John S. Lazar at the
above mentioned date and time pursuant to California Government Code
§54956.
_____________________________________
JOHN S. LAZAR, Chairman

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