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MINUTES 2018/06/26CITE' COUNCIL: Mayor Curtis W. Morris Mayor Pro Tern John Ebiner Councilmember Emmett Badar Councilmember Denis Bertone Councilmember Ryan A. Vienna 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 Assistant City Clerk Debra Black Mayor Morris called the meeting to order and led the flag salute at 7:00 p.m. w Caryol Smith — Friends of the Dog Park Mayor Morris read the prepared proclamation and made the presentation to Caryol. All of Council shared comments on Caryol's dedication and involvement with the dog park. > Parks Make Life Better Mayor Morris presented a proclamation to Parks and Recreation Manager Leon Raya who acknowledged the teamwork of everyone in the department. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS (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 or asked 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.) City Council Minutes June 26, 2018 a. Members of the Audience Page 2 1) Rhonda Beltran Chief Executive Officer and Autumn Washington Operations Manager with the San Dimas Chamber of Commerce- update on sponsored events and programs 2) Teri Muse Waste Management introduced summer intern Luisa Valle. 3) Rhonda Beltran McKinley Children's Center invitation to National Night Out 4) Gary Madrigal resident shared concern with airplane traffic noise. 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.) Resolutions read by title, further reading waived, passage and adoption recommended as follows: RESOLUTION 2018-37, A RE, SOU1TION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIMAS APPROVING CERTAIN DEMANDS FOR THE MONTJ JUNE, 2018. Approval and adoption of Resolution 2018 -38 approving the Final Map for Parcel Map 71252 located at 526 W. Gladstone Street (APN: 8392 - 005 -050 & -051) and authorizing its recordation. c. Construction Contract 2018 -03 San Dimas Avenue et at Pavement Rehabilitation Project • Award Construction Contract 2018 -03 to the lowest bidder, All American Asphalt, for the bid amount of $1,627,965 • Approval of Project Budget that includes Construction Management, Construction Surveying, Geotechnical Engineering and other contracts associated with the project • Approve total project construction budget of $2,102,165 d. Approval of County -City Cooperative Agreement to install the County's Kimley -Horn Integrated Transportation System RECOMMENDATION: Approve consent calendar as prescnted. City Council Minutes June 26, 2018 Page 3 MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Badar /Vienna to approve the consent calendar as presented. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Berton, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None Adoption of the 2018 -2019 Annual Capital and Operating Budget • Receive a summary presentation from staff on the budget. Accept public comment on the proposed budget. • Adopt the FY 2018 -2019 Annual Capital Operating Budget • Adopt Salary Resolution 2018 -41 Assistant City Manager Ken Duran presented staff report on this item. Responding to Councilmember Ebiner's areas of concerns with the budget staff provided the following updates: 1. Old fashion lighting for six blocks in the town core - Third Street and Fourth Street West of Eucla Avenue has been designed with a projected January date, second project four street blocks from Walnut to Eucla Avenues - survey and submit to Edison for a six month electrical design, spring bid date and a projected completion date of summer 2019 2. Downtown planting pots - testing started today on the newly planted flowers, $4,000 budgeted for the project (5 1) pots. Direction needed from Council on water use requirements and species choices. 3. Staff will continue monitoring the dog park as they do with any other park amenity for maintenance and upkeep, no additional staff suggested. 4. Maybe some positions that were close to minimum wage in the past, per the consultant's report the city will annually raise the rate at or above the statewide minimum Mayor Morris opened the public hearing for members of the audience comments. Noting that no one came forward to speak the Mayor closed the public hearing. Councilmember Vienna recused himself from the approval of General Fund item 4210 Public Safety, the Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department Contract. Councilmember Ebiner brought forth his concerns on what he thought were holes in the budget: • Dog park -need for someone to be responsible for oversight • Gold Line - should have a line item amount of $50,000 for Gold -Line betterment City Council Minutes June 26, 2018 Page 4 ® Via Verde Park walking path project - should have $70,000 more ® Crosswalk on San Dimas Avenue /Commercial Street- $50,000 place holder Councilmember Badar expressed concerns with the items being raised at this point in the process. Council discussed the timing of the request to add line item amounts to the budget; there was no consensus to move forward at this time. MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Bertone /Badar to approve the 2018 -2019 Annual Capital Operating Budget. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Berton, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: Non ABSTAIN: None a. Adopting Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Years 2017 -18 and 2018 -19 and Appropriate Excess Revenues 2017 -28 I{:COMI I+1 "NI)ATION: Approve and adopt Resolution 2018 -39, adopting appropriations limit for Fiscal Year 2017 -18 and appropriate excess revenues and repealing Resolution 2017 -28 MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Bertone/Vienna to waive further reading and approve resolution 2018- 39.The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Bertone, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None RESOLUTION 2018 -40, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIMAS, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, ADOPTING AN APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018 -19 AND APPROPRIATE EXCESS REVENUES RECOMMENDATION: Approve and adopt Resolution 2018 -40, adopting appropriations limit for Fiscal Year 2018 -19 and appropriate excess revenues. MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Badar /Berton to waive further reading and approve Resolution 2018 -40. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) City Council Minutes June 26, 2018 Page 5 YES: Badar, Bertone, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None c. Adopting and extending the Pay Plan and Reimbursement Schedule for City Employees j COM M E NI ATION: Approve and adopt Resolution 2018 -41 adopting and extending the pay plan reimbursement schedule for city employees. MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Badar/Vienna to waive further reading and approve Resolution 2018 -41. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (4 -1) YES: Badar, Bertone, Morris, Vienna NOES: Ebiner ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None Councilmember Ebiner discussed the & -fioit shortcomings in the minimum wage policy that he feels is occurring in the city and would not be supporting staff s recommendation. Councilmember Badar asked Assistant City Manager Ken Duran to share the data from the report prepared by the consultant on this issue. Mr. Duran provided the breakdown of the consultant's recommendation. Councilmember Vienna commented that staff did a good job vetting out this issue and commended staff on how they handled it. d. Legislative Matters — Request for Letters of Opposition to SB 827 (Wiener), SB 831 (Wieckowski), SB 946 (Zara) and AB 2890 (Ting) RECOMMENDATION: Authorize draft letters of oppositions on all four bills. MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Vienna/Badar to authorize staff to send letters of opposition on SB 827, SB 831, SB 946 and AB 2890. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Bertone, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None ORAL COMMUNICATIONS City Council Minutes June 26, 2018 Page 6 a. Members of the Audience (Speakers are limited to five - minutes or as may be determined by the Chair.) 1) Patrick Jones- Shared concerned with the use of a consultant and staff time spent on the minimum wage issue. He provided an explanation/clarification on the NexGen issue and flight patterns that an earlier speaker mentioned. 2) Gary Madrigal shared additional comments on the plane flight patterns b. City Manager Mayor's call in show guest will be Director of Parks and Recreation Theresa Bruns. c. City Attorney Announced the cancellation of the closed session. d. Members of the City Council 1) Reappointment of Planning Commissioners MOTI ®N: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Berton /Ebiner to reappoint John Davis and Tomas Molina to the Planning Commission. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 ®0) YES: Badar, Berton, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None Councilmember Badar acknowledged Mr. Davis and Molina for their exceptional work as well as all of the Planning Commissioners. 2) Councilmembers' report on meetings attended at the expense of the local agency Nothing reported. 3) Individual Members' comments and updates. Councilmember Vienna reports /comments: • Request staff to work on letter of support for the Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act • Acknowledgement of work well done on the new City Website • Requested City Manager to provide researched data on flight traffic pattern tonight • Acknowledgement of retirement for Parks and Recreation Director Theresa Bruns and her contributions to the city Councilmember Ebiner reports /comments: • Acknowledgement of work well done on the new City Website City Council Minutes June 26, 2018 Page 7 Acknowledgement of retirement for Parks and Recreation Director Theresa Bruns and her contributions to the city Acknowledgement of staff's work with a down tree event in Via Verde Park and acknowledged Theresa Bruns Councihnember Bertone reports /comments: ® Thanked staff for their work on the budget ® Acknowledgement of retirement for Parks and Recreation Director Theresa Bruns and her contributions to the city Mayor Morris reports /comments: Acknowledgement of retirement for Parks and Recreation Director Theresa Bruns and her contributions to the city City Manager Michaelis provided closing remarks on Theresa's contributions, influences and impacts to the community and staff. Theresa Bruns thanked everyone for their kind comments and expressed her appreciation for Council's support as well as everyone on staff and the community. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL. COUNSEL— ANTICIPATED LITIGATI ®N Pursuant to Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9 Name of Case: City of San Dimas v. Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority (Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. BS 171326) This item was cancelled as previously announced by City Attorney. 1 The meeting adjourned at 8:56 p.m. The next meeting is Tuesday July10`h, 2018, 7:00 p.m. Debra Black, Assistant City Clerk Curtis W. Morris, Mayor