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MINUTES 2018/02/13CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13"', 2018,7:00 P.M SAN SAN DIMAS COUNCIL DIMAS 245 .., _.,. t_ AVENUE CI'T'Y COUNCIL. Mayor Curtis W. Morris Mayor Pro Tern Denis Berton Councilmember Emmett Badar Councilmember John Ebiner Councilmember Ryan A. Vienna STAFF: City Manager Blaine Michaelis Assistant City Manager Ken Duran Assistant City Manager Community Development Larry Stevens City Attorney Mark Steres Director of Parks and Recreation Theresa Bruns Director of Public Works Krishna Patel Mayor Morris called the meeting to order and led the flag salute at 7:00 p.m. ORAL COMMUNICA'T'IONS (Members of the audience are invited to address the City Council on any item not on the agenda. Under the provisions of the Brown Act, the legislative body is prohibited from taking or engaging in discussion on any item not appearing on the posted agenda. However, your concerns may be referred to staff or set for discussion at a later date. If you desire to address the City Council on an item on this agenda, other than a scheduled public hearing item you may do so at this time and ask to be heard when that agenda item is considered. Comments on public hearing items will be considered when that item is scheduled for discussion. The Public Comment period is limited to 30 minutes. Each speaker shall be limited to three (3) minutes.) a. Members of the Audience 1) Mike Mohajar — commented on a recent Public Utilities Commission hearing on a rate increase application for Golden State Water and his opposition to their rate increase and requested that the City send a letter to the PUC expressing concern with the high water rates of Golden State Water. 2) Pete Sluis — commented on the lack of definition for conductors on train horn whistle procedures and Metro's consideration for keeping the Claremont Metrolink station. 3) Wendy Gish — commented on her concerns with standing water in the flood areas of Santa Barbara and mosquitoes migrating down to Southern California. She also commented on the start-up costs for CCA and her support for Bob Lyndsey for Sheriff. City Council Agenda February 13, 2018 Page 2 4) Teri Muse representing Waste Management — announced that Waste Management will conduct an open house at its Materials Recovery Facility in Azusa on April 10th 5) Regency Hill homeowner — commented on his concerns with Golden State Water's proposed water rate increase. Assistant City Manager Duran commented that staff will prepare a memo to the Council on the status of the rate application. 6) Patrick Jones — commented that the full name of the contractor for the concrete maintenance contract was not included on the agenda. Mayor Morris responded that that item is being pulled from the agenda due to staff needing to make modifications to the staff report. CONSENT CALENDAR (All items on the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion unless a member of the City Council requests separate discussion.) Mayor Morris reported that items 3 (c) and 3 (d) are being removed from the Consent Calendar to be continued to a later meeting. Resolutions read by title, further reading waived, passage and adoption recommended as follows: 1) RESOLtJTION 2018 -07, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIMAS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING CERTAIN DEMANDS FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2018 2) RESOLUTION 2018 -08, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIMAS, CALIFORNIA, ADOPTING AND EXTENDING THE PAY PLAN AND REIMBURSEMENT SCHEDULE FOR CITY EMPLOYEES b. Approval of minutes for the January 23, 2018 City Council meeting. e. Execute MOU between San Gabriel Valley Council of Government and the City of San Dimas for services related to the preparation of a City Homeless Plan. f. 2018 Farmers Market Proposal MOTION: Motion/second by Councilmember Badar /Berton to approve the consent calendar with the removal of items 3 (c) and 3 (d), as submitted. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Bertone, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None END OF CONSENT CALENDAR City Council Agenda February 13, 2018 Page 3 a. Introduction of Ordinance 1261, Amending the San Dimas Municipal Code, Section 10.06 Thereto Designating Speed Limits on Certain Streets in the City of San Dimas (This item was continued from. the January 23 "d, 2018 meeting) ORDINANCE 1261, AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIMAS, AMENDING THE SAN DIMAS MUNCIPAL CODE BY AMENDING THE SECTION 10.06 THERETO DESIGNATING SPEED LIMITS ON CERTAIN STREETS IN THE CITY OF SAN DIMAS (PUBLISHED JANUARY 11 AND 18, 2018) ( `I ST R ,ADING AND INTRODUCTION) RECOMMENDED ACTION: Read by title and introduce Ordinance 1261. Engineering Manager Garwick provided the staff report on this matter. She commented that the previously presented staff report had an error in the table as it relates to the existing speed limit on the San Dimas Ave. loop. She added that the error has been corrected and the revised table is modified to include the actual existing speed limit. In response to a question Ms. Garwick clarified that there are no streets where speed limits are increasing. She identified three streets where speed limits are being decreased. Mike Mohajar commented on concerns with the speed limit on San Dimas Ave. at the intersection at the Regency Hill development and his request to reduce the speed limit. Ms. Garwick provided an explanation on the engineering requirements in setting speed limits. Ms. Garwick suggested that she will have the Traffic Safety Committee review the speed limit and speeding issue on that segment of San Dimas Ave. Assistant City Manager Duran read Ordinance 1261 by title. MOTION: Motion/second by Councilmembers Vienna/Bertone to waive further reading and introduce Ordinance 1261. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Berton, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None b. Gold Line Update Mr. Stevens reported that there have been on formal meetings with the Gold Line Authority staff since the last meeting and the City staff is working on design options as it relates to the lawsuit. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS (Speakers are limited to five (5) minutes or as may be determined by the Chair.) a. Members of the Audience City Council Agenda February 13, 2018 Page 4 1) Pete Sluis commented on a proposed Metrolink service to Dodger games and his concerns with how late the trains will run and a sound wall study at the Los Angeles city yard. 2) Mike Mohajar complimented the City staff and thanked the City for being well run. b. City Manager City Manager Michaelis announced that Pat Meyers will be the guest on this Thursday's Ask the Mayor Show. c. City Attorney No report. d. Members of the City Council 1) Councilmembers' report on meetings attended at the expense of the local agency Nothing to report. 2) Individual Members' comments and updates. Councilmember Vienna reported /commented on: • Asked for a report on the Golden State Water rate increase and rate history and comparison of rates in surrounding cities. • Commented on the upcoming Metrolink train horn testing this weekend. Councilmember Ebiner reported /commented on: ® Nothing to report. Councilmember Badar reported /commented on: ® Reminded the community of the Wall that Heals exhibit on March 22 — 25th at Lone Hill Middle School. Councilmember Bertone reported /commented on: ® Reported that the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is considering a ballot measure for funding for storm water clean -up. ADJOURNMENT The meeting was adjourned at 7:55 p.m. to the next meeting on Tuesday February 27th, 2018 at 5:00 p.m., followed by the regular City Council meeting at 7:00 p.m. City Council Agenda February 13, 2018 Ken Duran, City Clerk Curtis W. Morris, Mayor Page 5