Turlock City Council Meetings and Special Meetings Agendas 03-22-11

A Special Turlock City Council and Development Collaborative Advisory Committee Joint Meeting will take place at 6pm before the regular scheduled Council Meeting beginning at 7pm. View the complete agenda for the Turlock City Council Meetings to be held on March 22, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. at City Hall.

 

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Turlock City Council and
Development Collaborative Advisory Committee
Joint Special Meeting Agenda
March 22, 2011
6:00 p.m.
City of Turlock Yosemite Room
156 S. Broadway, Turlock, California
 
1. CALL TO ORDER
A. City Council
B. Development Collaborative Advisory Committee
 
2. WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS
 
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 three (3) 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. DECLARATION OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND DISQUALIFICATIONS
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.
 
5. COMMISSIONER FORUM:
A. Development Collaborative Advisory Committee Staff Liaison Report
B. Development Collaborative Advisory Committee Comments
C. City Council Comments
 
6. SCHEDULED MATTERS:
A. Request to accept the Development Collaborative Advisory Committee (DCAC) Annual
Report. (Pitcock)
 
Recommended Action:
Motion: Accepting the Development Collaborative Advisory Committee (DCAC) Annual
Report for 2010
 
7. ADJOURNMENT
A. Development Collaborative Advisory Committee
B. City Council
The foregoing meeting is hereby called by Mayor John S. Lazar at the
above mentioned date and time pursuant to California Government Code
§54956.
_____________________________________
JOHN S. LAZAR, Mayor
 
 
Special Turlock City Council Meeting Agenda
March 22, 2011
7:00 p.m.
City of Turlock Yosemite Room
156 S. Broadway, Turlock, California
 
1. CALL TO ORDER
 
2. 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 three (3) 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.
 
3. A. MOTION WAIVING READING OF ALL ORDINANCES ON THE AGENDA, EXCEPT BY
TITLE
B. DECLARATION OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND DISQUALIFICATIONS
 
4. CONSENT CALENDAR: None
 
5. PUBLIC HEARINGS: None
 
6. SCHEDULED MATTERS:
A. Request to approve the revised Turlock Partnership Incentives Program and directing
staff to implement the program as soon as possible. (McNally-Dial)
 
Recommended Action:
Motion: Approving the revised Turlock Partnership Incentives Program and directing
staff to implement the program as soon as possible
 
7. CLOSED SESSION: None
 
8. ADJOURNMENT:
The foregoing meeting is hereby called by Mayor John S. Lazar at the
above mentioned date and time pursuant to California Government Code
§54956.
_____________________________________
JOHN S. LAZAR, Mayor
 
 
 
Turlock City Council Meeting Agenda
March 22, 2011
7:00 p.m.
City of Turlock Yosemite Room
156 S. Broadway, Turlock, California
 
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. – Special Joint Turlock City Council and Development Collaborative Advisory Committee Meeting.
 
1.
A. CALL TO ORDER
B. SALUTE TO THE FLAG
 
2. PROCLAMATIONS, RECOGNITIONS, APPOINTMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS &
PRESENTATIONS
A. Proclamation: David Bell, Award of Commendation
B. Appointment: Planning Commission (Alternate Members)
C. Appointment: CDBG Committee (Community Members)
D. Appointment: CDBG Committee (Council Representative)
E. Appointment: San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (Member, Alternate)
 
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.
 
3.
A. SPECIAL BRIEFINGS: None
B. STAFF UPDATES
1. Verified Alarm Ordinance Update (Hampton)
 
C. 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 three (3) 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.
 
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 02/24/11 in the amount of $1,582,533.69; Demands
of 3/03/11 in the amount of $4,054,001.51
B. Motion: Accepting Minutes of Special Joint Meeting of March 1, 2011; Regular Meeting
of March 8, 2011
C. Motion: Accepting notification of Contract Change Order No. 1 in the amount of
$15,317.79 (Fund 308) for City Project No. 0827, “WISP Infrastructure Improvements,”
bringing the contract total to $2,628,868.79
D. Resolution: Supporting an application for a Caltrans Environmental Justice
Transportation Planning Grant to prepare the South County Corridor Revitalization Study
E. Resolution: Accepting donations received during the 2nd quarter of Fiscal Year 2010/11,
to be deposited as per the attached worksheet, for a variety of Parks, Recreation &
Public Facilities Division programs, scholarships, and activities
F. Resolution: Appropriating $1,327 to 205-60-604.44030_026 “Capital Funded by
Cingular Wireless Lease” funded by a transfer from 269-60-614-372.51270 “Pedretti
Park Capital Improvements” for the purchase of a Kawasaki Mule for Pedretti Sports
Complex
G. Motion: Approving the preventative maintenance agreement with Intelli-Tech for annual
maintenance for the fire suppression systems for a period of twelve (12) months, in an
amount not to exceed $2,176
H. Resolution: Authorizing the Purchasing Officer to dispose of surplus property by any
means determined to be in the best interest of the City
I. Resolution: Approving the renewal of a Public Dance Hall Permit for Wellington’s Pub
and Restaurant, located at 10 E. Main Street, Turlock, CA, owned and operated by
Anthony T. and Dorothy L. Walker
J. Resolution: Accepting a donation of five (5) American flags with wood staffs, valued at
$250, from Turlock’s 2010 Fly the Flag Committee, given in remembrance of the five (5)
Turlock Police Department Officers who have given their lives in the line of duty while
protecting our community
K. Resolution: Accepting a donation in the 1st and 2nd quarters of Fiscal Year 2010/11 from
various donors in the amount of $947.92 and assorted animal related products valued at
$8,670.91, in support of the City of Turlock’s Animal Services Division
L. Resolution: Accepting the donation of $1,300 from the Modesto Area Chapter Model A
Club, in support of the Turlock Volunteers in Police Services Program
M. Resolution: Adopting a Resolution of Support for stationing the new F-35C Joint Strike
Fighter at Naval Air Station (NAS) Lemoore
 
6. FINAL READINGS:
A. Recommended Action
Ordinance: Amending Turlock Municipal Code Title 2, Chapter 10, regarding Claims as
introduced at the March 8, 2011 meeting
 
7. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
A. Request to approve the recommended Program of Projects for Fiscal Year 2010/11
Federal Transit Administration Urbanized Area program Funding. (Pitcock)
 
Recommended Action
Motion: Approving the recommended Program of Projects for Fiscal Year 2010/11
Federal Transit Administration Urbanized Area Program Funding
 
B. Request to rescind Resolution No. 2010-103 and adopt the Updated Cost Recovery
Percentages and the Schedule of Fees and Charges for City Recreational Services
pursuant to Turlock Municipal Code Section 3-3-301 et seq. (Van Guilder)
 
Recommended Action:
Resolution: Rescinding Resolution No. 2010-102 and adopting the Updated cost
recovery percentages and the schedule of fees and charges for City Recreational
Services pursuant to Turlock Municipal Code Section 3-3-301 et seq
 
8. SCHEDULED MATTERS:
A. Request to accept notification of Contract Change Order No. 2 in the amount of $37,716
for City Project No. 0704 “Carnegie Facility Reconstruction. (Pitcock)
 
Recommended Action:
Motion: Accepting notification of Contract Change Order No. 2 in the amount of $37,716
for City Project No. 0704, “Carnegie Facility Reconstruction”
 
B. Request to accept the report on the current status of state laws and local ordinances
related to bingo games played for charitable purposes. (Hampton)
 
Recommended Action
Motion: Accepting the report on the current status of state laws and local ordinances
related to bingo games played for charitable purposes
 
C. Request to authorize Department Directors to hire budgeted part-time employees
without requiring City Council authorization. (Eddy)
 
Recommended Action:
Motion: Authorizing department directors to hire budgeted part-time employees without
requiring City Council authorization
 
D. Request to approve the amended Recreation part-time employee wage scale which
reflects a standardized pay scale for proposed Fiscal Year 2011/12. (Van Guilder)
 
Recommended Action:
Resolution: Approving the amended Recreation part-time employee wage scale which
reflects a standardized pay scale for proposed Fiscal Year 2011/12
 
E. Request to accept the Turlock Police Department’s 2010 Annual report. (Hampton)
 
Recommended Action:
Motion: Accepting the Turlock Police Department’s 2010 Annual Report
 
F. Request to recommend payment of $3,000 from Fund 410-51-530.43319 “Regulatory
Fees” to the State Water Pollution Cleanup and Abatement Account as settlement of
Administrative Civil Liability Complaint R5-2011-0530. (Madden)
 
Recommended Action:
Motion: Recommending payment of $3,000 from Fund 41—51-530.43319 “Regulatory
Fees” to the State Water Pollution Cleanup and Abatement Account as settlement of
Administrative Civil Liability Complaint R5-2011-0530
 
G. Request to accept a preliminary Fiscal Year 2011-12 Non-General Fund Budgets, with
the final budget to be adopted in whole on May 10, 2011. (Wasden)
 
Recommended Action:
Motion: Acceptance of Preliminary Fiscal Year 2011-12 Non-General Fund Budgets,
with the final budget to be adopted in whole on May 10, 2011
 
9. COUNCIL ITEMS FOR FUTURE CONSIDERATION
 
10. 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.
 
11. CLOSED SESSION
Conference with Labor Negotiators, Cal. Gov’t Code §54957.6
Agency Negotiators: Roy W. Wasden
Employee Organization: Turlock Associated Police Officers
Employee Organization: Turlock City Employee Association
Employee Organization: Turlock Firefighters Association. Local 2434
Employee Organization: Turlock Management Association-Public Safety
Unrepresented Employees: Accountant, Sr., Assistant to the City Manager for Economic
Development/Redevelopment, Community Housing Services Manager, Deputy Development
Services Director/Planning, Development Services Director/City Engineer, Development
Services Supervisor/City Surveyor, Executive Assistant to the City Manager/City Clerk, Finance
Customer Service Supervisor, Fire Chief, Human Resources Manager, Human Resources
Technician, Interim Public Facilities Maintenance Manager, Legal Assistant, Municipal Services
Director, Office Assistant II, Payroll Coordinator, Principal Civil Engineer, Public Facilities
Maintenance Manager, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Secretary, Sr. Secretary, Supervising
Secretary, Technical Services Manager, Utilities Manager, Water Quality Control Division
Manager
 
12. ADJOURNMENT
I hereby certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing agenda was posted on the City Hall bulletin board not less than 72 hours prior to the meeting. Dated this _____ day of _____________, 2011.
__________________________
Kellie E. Weaver
Deputy City Clerk
 

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