ANTIOCH CITY COUNCIL

Annotated Agenda

March 23, 1999

City Hall Council Chambers
Third and "H" Streets
Antioch

6:00 P.M.

ROLL CALL for Closed Session
  PUBLIC COMMENTS for Closed Session
  CLOSED SESSION
  • CLOSED SESSION - CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR.  Agency Negotiator, Yanie Chaumette, Director of Personnel/Assistant City Attorney.  All employee organizations (Shannon Study).   This Closed Session is authorized by Government Code 54957.6.

7:00 P.M.

ROLL CALL
  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  PUBLIC COMMENTS - Only unagendized issues will be discussed during this time. J. Lenhart, blighted buildings; B. Sobalvarro, Friends of Animal Services new "Volunteer Program"; L. Howard, development agreements; J. Kuberra, tribute to Wilhelmina Andrade; M. Malody, Easter services; J. Kyle, Renaissance Faire; L. Hellstrom, prior altercation; J. James, Hub Zones and funding.
  PROCLAMATIONS
  • Contra Costa Reads!  2000
    National Library Week, April 12 - 18, 1999
  1. COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR

  1. APPROVAL OF COUNCIL MINUTES - February 23 and March 9, 1999

Recommended Action:  Motion to continue to April 13, 1999  - Continued

  1. APPROVAL OF COUNCIL WARRANTS

Recommended Action:  Motion to approve the warrants - Approved

  1. REJECTION OF CLAIMS

    1.  Claim of Douglas Johnson, #98/99-1063A (sewer back-up)
    2.  Claim of Dennis Minton, #98/99-1063B (sewer back-up)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to deny the claims - Denied

  2. ORDINANCE APPROVING ASSIGNMENT OF FRANCHISE APPROVED BY ORDINANCE NO. 875-C-S (PG&E TO SOUTHERN ENERGY DELTA) (Introduced 3/9/99)

  3. Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Ordinance

  1. ORDINANCE AMENDING PORTIONS OF TITLE 5, CHAPTER 4, OF THE ANTIOCH MUNICIPAL CODE, DEALING WITH CARD ROOMS (Introduced 3/9/99)

Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Ordinance - Ordinance 953-C-S, 5/0

  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING CONTRACT WITH DATA911 FOR POLICE SYSTEM UPGRADES

Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the resolution - Resolution 99/24, 5/0

  1. AUTHORIZE STAFF TO ADVERTISE FOR PLANNING COMMISSION VACANCIES, TWO 4-YEAR TERMS

Recommended Action:  Motion to authorize staff to advertise for applicants - Approved, Petersen and Martin

  1. CONSIDERATION OF BIDS FOR MISCELLANEOUS PARK FENCING AT SEVEN LOCATIONS

Recommended Action:  Motion to award contract to low bidder in amount of unit prices bid - Approved, 4/1, Sudario

  1. RESOLUTION ACCEPTING WORK AND AUTHORIZING CITY ENGINEER TO FILE A NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR CURB, GUTTER, AND SIDEWALK REPAIR AT MISCELLANEOUS LOCATIONS (PW 507-7)

Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the resolution - Resolution 99/25, 5/0

  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING TRANSPORTATION EQUITY ACT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY (TEA21) GRANT APPLICATION FOR CONGESTION MANAGEMENT AND AIR QUALITY (CMAQ) FUNDING FOR HIGHWAY 4 CORRIDOR TRAFFIC SIGNAL COORDINATION (PW 642)

Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the resolution - Resolution 99/26, 5/0

  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING A TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD FOR INSTALLATION OF A TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT LONE TREE WAY AND EMPIRE AVENUE (PW 636-1)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the resolution - Resolution 99/27, 5/0

  2. AUTHORIZE MAYOR TO SIGN A LETTER IN SUPPORT OF ASSEMBLYMAN TORLAKSON'S FREEWAY IMPROVEMENT PROPOSAL

    Recommended Action:  Motion to authorize Mayor to sign letter on behalf of the City - Approved, 4/1, Sudario

*   *   *   END OF COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR   *   *   *

COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS
COUNCIL REGULAR AGENDA
  1. UPDATE REGARDING THE REVIEW OF TWO ELECTRICAL POWER PLANTS LOCATED IN THE CITY OF PITTSBURG

Recommended Action:  Motion to receive and file - Received, 5/0

  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING APPROPRIATION OF $10,000 FROM GENERAL FUND RESERVES FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE EAST CONTRA COSTA REGIONAL VISION PLANNING PROCESS

Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the resolution - Resolution 99/28, 5/0

  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING A JOB DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE LOAN WITH MEOWTRAGEOUS

Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the resolution - Resolution 99/29, 4/1, Sudario

  1. LEGISLATION AND ADVOCACY

Recommended Action:  Motion to direct staff as to Council's desired course of action - Received

*     *     *      END OF COUNCIL REGULAR AGENDA      *     *     *

8:00 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARING
  1. URGENCY ORDINANCE EXTENDING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ORDINANCES NO. 938-C-S AND 941-C-S, PROHIBITING THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS OR LICENSES AND PROHIBITING THE OPERATION OF ANY NEW METHODONE CLINIC WITHIN SPECIFIED DISTANCES OF RESIDENTIAL ZONES DURING STUDY PERIOD

Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Urgency Ordinance extending the prohibition of locating methadone clinics within 500 feet of residential zones - Ordinance 955-C-S, 5/0

*     *     *      END OF PUBLIC HEARING      *     *     *

ADJOURNMENT to Antioch Development Agency

ROLL CALL for Antioch Development Agency

  1. AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR

A.  APPROVAL OF AGENCY MINUTES - February 23 and March 9, 1999

Recommended Action:  Motion to continue to April 13, 1999 - Continued

B.  APPROVAL OF AGENCY WARRANTS

Recommended Action:  Motion to approve the warrants - Approved

*     *     *      END OF AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR     *      *     *

ADJOURNMENT from Antioch Development Agency

ROLL CALL for City/Agency comments

PUBLIC COMMENTS - Rev. Anderson, traffic and the Renaissance Faire; R. Henry, jobs and growth

COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS

STAFF COMMUNICATIONS - Mike Ramsey, City Manager - Tao San Jin, State of City Lunch

ADJOURNMENT - at 9:30 p.m. to March 30, 1999 at Kimball School


Notice of Availability of Reports

This agenda is a summary of the actions proposed to be taken by the City Council. For almost every agenda item, materials have been prepared by the City staff for the Council's consideration. These materials include staff reports which explain in detail the item before the Council and the reason for the recommendation. The materials may also include resolutions or ordinances which are proposed to be adopted. Other materials, such as maps and diagrams, may also be included. All of these materials are available at the City Clerk's Office during normal business hours for inspection and (for a fee) copying. Copies are also made available at the Antioch Public Library for inspection. Questions on these materials may be directed to the staff member who prepared them, or to the City Clerk's Office, who will refer you to the appropriate person.

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