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MINUTES 2020/06/09 (ACTION SUMMARY)SAN DIMAS 1960 CITY COUNCIL ACTION SUMMARY JUNE 9, 2020 REGULAR MEETING Council Members Present: Mayor Emmett G. Badar, Mayor Pro Tern Ryan A. Vienna, Councilmember Denis Bertone, Councilmember John Ebiner, Councilmember Eric Weber Staff: Interim City Manager Brad McKinney, Director of Parks and Recreation Hector Kistemann, Director of Public Works Shari Garwick, Director of Community Development Henry Noh, City Attorney Jeff Malawy, City Clerk Debra Black CONSENT ITEMS COMMENTS/RECOMMENDATIONS a. Approve Resolution 2020-31 Warrant ACTION: Motion/seconded by Register Councilmember Bertone/Mayor Pro Tern b. Amendment 4 to the East San Gabriel Vienna to approve the consent calendar Valley Watershed Management Group presented. Motion carried. (5-0) Cooperative Agreement and Update the City's Cost Share for FY 2020-2021 Using Safe Clean Water Act Funds c. Consideration to appoint Brad McKinney as Interim City Manager: • Approval of Interim City Manager Employment Contract • Update to City's Pay Plan and Reimbursement Schedule to add Interim City Manager salary — Resolution 2020-32 and Resolution 2020-33. Specific Plan No. 23 Moratorium: Ordinance 1279, Repealing a moratorium on establishment of all uses, expansion of existing uses, and development or modification on new or existing structures, in the Specific Plan No. 23 Planning Area I, specifically 155 North Eucla Avenue 127 North Acacia Street, 159 North Acacia Street (Chapter 18.538 of the San Dimas Municipal Code) First reading and introduction Ordinance 1280, Repealing moratorium on establishment of all uses, expansion of ACTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmember Bertone/Councilmember Weber to introduce Ordinance 1279 repealing the moratorium in Specific Plan No. 23, Planning Area I. Motion carried 5-0. ACTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmember Weber/Mayor Pro Tern Vienna to introduce Ordinance 1280 repealing the moratorium in Specific Plan No. 23, Planning Area II. Motion carried 4-0 with Councilmember Ebiner's recusal due to a June 9, 2020 City Council Action Minutes Page 2 existing uses, and development or conflict of interest owning property within modification on new or existing structures, in 500 ft. of the area. the Specific Plan No. 23 Planning Area II, specifically 115 North Cataract Avenue (Chapter 18.538 of the San Dimas Municipal Code) First reading and introduction Inland Valley Humane Society Contract ACTION: Motion/seconded by (Update to proposed amendment of certain Councilmember Bertone/Councilmember Animal License Fees) Ebiner to approve Inland Valley Humane Society contract with Mayor Pro Tern Vienna opposed. Motion carried. (4-1) Summer Programming 2020 Proposal San Dimas Recreation Center Use and Associated Budget Impacts ACTION: Motion/seconded by Mayor Pro Tern Vienna/Councilmember Bertone directing the Parks and Recreation staff to proceed with the 2020 summer programming proposal. Motion carried 5-0. ACTION: Motion/seconded by Councilmember Ebiner/Councilmember Weber to accept recommendation 1&2: 1. Consider Facility Use Option 2 and designate the SDRC as an Aquatics Operation facility starting at the beginning of FY 2020/21. This option creates significant return on investment by allowing staff to optimize use of the SDRC while maintaining a mutually beneficial business relationship with BUSD/SDHS and provide the ability to continue to make a positive impact in the San Dimas community. 2. Allow staff to begin discussions with BUSD/SDHS to modify the existing Facility Use Agreement through negotiations that will optimize the use of the aquatics facility for BUSD/SDHS through intentional scheduling while finding a fair market value for the use of the pool based on industry standards and hours of use. Motion carried 5-0. No action was taken on recommendation 3. June 9, 2020 City Council Action Minutes Page 3 Consideration of Contract for City Manager ACTION: Motion/seconded by Mayor Pro Recruitment Services Tern Vienna/Councilmember Weber to approve a contract with Peckham and McKinney for City Manager Recruitment Services. Motion carried (5-0). fh9 m���'yga '�. 'k�^BPS. .. �.�'; fi ^'•c�n�,�.�t�-ii.��'�x. ' � .. . `3�.... �»'a�O,T.Sa�� `ro�'t.-.i. fr' License for Site Use and Provision of Security ACTION: Motion/seconded by Mayor Pro Services Agreement with Curative Inc. for Tem Vienna/Councilmember Weber to temporary employee parking at 344 W. Bonita authorize Successor Agency Chairperson Avenue, emergency order of the City Council Badar/ to execute the license agreement with exempting Curative, Inc. from certain Curative Inc. Motion carried 4-0 with development and permitting requirements for Councilmember Ebiner's recusal due to a off -site parking. conflict of interest owning property within 500 ft. of the area.. ACTION: Motion/seconded by Mayor Pro Tern Vienna/Councilmember Weber to adopt the emergency order exempting Curative from certain parking requirements. Motion carried 4-0. With Councilmember Ebiner's recusal due to a conflict of interest owning property within 500 ft. of the area. -, . f y , CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-- No reportable action. ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(2): One case Adjourned 11:35 p.m. I, Debra Black, City Clerk attest that these draft minutes are accurate and reflective of the actions taken by the City Council. Debra Black, City Clerk