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MINUTES 2019/01/22City Council Minutes January 22, 2019 Page 3 thereto for CDBG projects with the Los Angeles County Community Development Commission. Assistant City Manager of Community Development Larry Stevens presented staff's report on this item. Mayor Morris opened the public hearing at 7:35 p.m. for comments from the public. Seeing no one come forward the Mayor closed the public hearing and brought the item back to the Council for discussion and decision. MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Badar /Berton to approve Resolution 2019 ®04 and authorize the City Manager or Assistant City Manager to execute any and all documents necessary to further the projects. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Berton, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None a. Update - Camera System Recommendations at Pioneer Park City Manager Blaine Michaelis provided that staff will be looking at proposals with a tentative plan to have recommendations at the next meeting. b. Gold Line Update (Verbal) Assistant City Manager Community Development harry Stevens provided the report. Shortfall of $570 million for entire project, with the following areas identified as means to cover the gap: * $230 million over the $1.3 billion of Measure M and R could get a Pomona Station * Take $52 million of local return from the first four cities — Glendora, La Verne, San Dimas and Pomona to help with the gap * Value Capture Financing — (Benefit Assessment District — tax to property owners) $10 million per city * $133 million in Scope Reductions Staff attended meetings with the Metro and Gold Line staff and expressed concerns over local money being taken to fund the gap. Staff is requesting approval from Council to draft and send a letter to the Gold Line Board requesting that the effected cities be included in the discussions to address the shortfall. MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Ebiner / Badar to authorize staff to draft and send a letter to the Gold Line Board. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) City Council Minutes January 22, 2019 Page 4 YES: Badar, Berton, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: Non ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: Non Councilmember Ebiner asked if any of the cost savings identified by the Board would come out of what was to be spent on a better bridge in San Dimas. Mr. Stevens replied that staff does not know at this time. Councilmember Badar and Vienna wondered how much would be saved if San Dimas Station were removed. Councilmember Vienna suggested he and Counilmember Badar contact Mr. Balian for a discussion. Council and staff continued discussions on the funding shortfall, methods for covering the shortfall and possible effects on San Dimas. Members of the Audience (Speakers are limited to five minutes or as may be determined by the Chair.) 1. Isabel Arrastia resident suggested that other ideas be sought for the Bonita/Cataract property 2. Pete Sluis shared comments on recent Tier Four train derailments, Gold Line funding and MTA bike path City Manager Mayor's call in show will air this Thursday. City Attorney Members of the City Council 1) Reappoint John Margis to the Parks and Recreation Commission MOTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmembers Ebiner/Badar to reappoint John Margis to the Parks and Recreation Commission. The motion passed by unanimous vote. (5 -0) YES: Badar, Berton, Ebiner, Morris, Vienna NOES: None ABSENT: None ABSTAIN: None 2) Select a proposed date for the Spring Council/Staff Retreat • April 1, 2019 5:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. City Council Minutes January 22, 2019 April 8, 2019 5:00 p.m. -9:00 p.m. Page 5 The consensus was to hold the Spring Council/Staff retreat on April 1, 2019, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 1) Councilmembers' report on meetings attended at the expense of the local agency Mayor Morris attended the UCLA Extension Land Use Law and Planning Institute. 2) Individual Members' comments and updates. Councilmember Vienna reports /comments: • Requested the City Attorney periodically provide explanations that would help the public understand certain procedures and provide some guidance to the Council when conducting council meetings • Acknowledged Randy Bell's Law Enforcement Class for cleanup of San Dimas Canyon Road • Announcement of the recent Sheriff s Explorer Academy graduation • Suggested that Council do a better job embracing things that may be different as related to the quality of life for the citizens of the community • Will work on other options to for bringing new business Councilmember Ebiner reports /comments: • Requested that staff provide report on the proposed version of SB50 that will affect San Dimas • Requested a status report on the Downtown Specific Plan with time line • Updated postings on his Facebook page • Downtown ideas for restaurants • Acknowledgement of his children's independent involvement on city matters Councilmember Badar reports /comments: • Acknowledged Mr. Stevens for work on the Gold Line • Requested staff provide information on the city's stand on second electric meters • Clarified statement made by City Attorney that there will be no votes taken at closed session • City could do a better job communicating with the residents on the park incident Councilmember Bertone reports /comments: City Council Minutes January 22, 2019 Page 6 ® San Dimas Festival of Arts upcoming event January 26, 2019 1117 F illllil 56 1 1 �: W� Property: South side of Bonita Avenue between Cataract and Acacia Negotiating Parties for Agency: Blaine Michaelis, City Manager /Executive Director, Ken Duran, Assistant City Manager /Secretary and Jeff Malawy, City /Agency Attorney For Property: Ken Pansuria Under Negotiation: Possible sale of property and terms and conditions of payment I�F�111�c1► }� The meeting adjourned to closed session at 8:41 p.m. The City Attorney's report will be provided at the February 12t', 2019 meeting. The session adjourned at 10:05 p.m. Ajult-' -' Debra Black, Assistant City Clerk Curtis W. Morris, Mayor