ANTIOCH CITY COUNCIL

Annotated Agenda

March 14, 2000

City Hall Council Chambers
Third and "H" Streets
Antioch

6:00 P.M.

ROLL CALL for Closed Session
  PUBLIC COMMENTS for Closed Session
CLOSED SESSIONS:
  1. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE APPOINTMENT:  Chief of Police.  This Closed Session is authorized by Government Code 54957.
  2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL PENDING LITIGATION/ANTICIPATED LITIGATION. Matter of cable television discount rate for eligible senior citizens.  This Closed Session is authorized by Government Code 5495.9(a)(c).

7:00 P.M.

ROLL CALL -- Sudario and Rocha absent
  ANNOUNCED RE: 
  • CLOSED SESSION:  APPOINTMENT OF MARK MOCZULSKI TO CHIEF OF POLICE
  • ELIGIBLE SENIORS TO RECEIVE 18 MONTHS OF FREE CABLE AS A SETTLEMENT
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
PRESENTATION to Manny Romo re: selection to National Bocce Team representing the USA
ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CIVIC AND COMMUNITY EVENTS
PUBLIC COMMENTS - Only unagendized issues will be discussed during this time
COUNCIL REGULAR AGENDA
  1. APPROVAL OF PLAQUE FOR FISHING PIER DEDICATION TO U. E. "COMPY" COMPOMIZZO AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A DATE FOR DEDICATION

    Recommended Action:  Motion to approve plaque design and location and establishing a date for dedication
    With the addition of quotation marks - Get Hooked On...Not - Approved 3/0

  1. AUTHORIZATION OF $5,000 TO THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (4 AC) COMMITTEE TO ASSIST WITH START UP COSTS FOR SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT

    Recommended Action:  Motion to approve - Approved 3/0

  1. PROPOSED EXTENSION OF PACHECO BROTHERS PARK MAINTENANCE SERVICE CONTRACT TO JULY 1, 2003

Recommended Action:  Motion to extend the contract - Approved 3/0

  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ANTIOCH AND THE EAST BAY-DELTA HOUSING AND FINANCE AGENCY, A JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Enter into JPA with full voting rights; appoint Councilmember Soliz as our representative, Resolution 2000/26, 3/0

  2. SCHEDULE FOR THE GENERAL PLAN UPDATE

Recommended Action:  Motion to receive and file - Approved 3/0

8:00 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARINGS
  1. THE CITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF AN ORDINANCE TO REQUIRE AUGMENTED NOTIFICATION TO NEW HOME BUYERS CONCERNING THE REGIONAL TRAFFIC PROBLEMS FACING THE CITY AS WELL AS SCHOOL OVERCROWDING ISSUES AND RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING LANGUAGE FOR NEW RESIDENTIAL DISCLOSURES REGARDING TRAFFIC AND SCHOOL CAPACITY (Continued from 2/8/00)

    Recommended Action:

    1. Motion to introduce the Ordinance by title only;

    2. Motion to introduce the Ordinance adding Section 8-14.02 to the Antioch Municipal Code, dealing with disclosures for new residential units; and

    3. Motion to adopt the resolution establishing language for new residential disclosures regarding traffic and school capacity.

      Motion to deny, create an Ad-Hoc Committee comprised of realtors, developers, staff, and Council to create a sample to be given at the time of sale to both new and used homebuyers; development of a bi-annual workshop for realtors on the state of traffic, schools, etc.

  2. GUMARO GOMEZ REQUESTS AN APPEAL OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S DECISION DENYING THE USE PERMIT TO ALLOW THE OPERATION OF AN AUTOMOBILE REPAIR FACILITY ON AN EXISTING 2 +/- ACRE SITE LOCATED AT 902 EAST 18TH STREET (FILE:  UP-99-24)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution denying the appeal - Continue to 4/11/00 at the request of the applicant

ADJOURNMENT to Antioch Development Agency
ROLL CALL for Antioch Development Agency
AGENCY PUBLIC HEARING
  1. AMENDED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR PROJECT AREAS 1, 2, 3, 4, AND 4.1 PREPARED PURSUANT TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE 33490.  THE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN SETS FORTH THE SPECIFIC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR THE PROJECT AREAS, THE SPECIFIC PROGRAMS (INCLUDING POTENTIAL PROJECTS) AND ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES PROPOSED TO BE MADE DURING THE NEXT FIVE YEARS, AND AN EXPLANATION OF HOW THE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES, PROGRAMS, AND EXPENDITURES WILL ELIMINATE BLIGHT WITHIN THE PROJECT AREAS AND IMPLEMENT THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING REQUIREMENTS OF THE CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT LAW.

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Continue to March 28, 2000

***   END OF PUBLIC HEARINGS    ***

AGENCY REGULAR AGENDA
  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING AN OWNER-PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ANTIOCH, THE ANTIOCH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND DONAHUE SCHRIBER FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE OLD KMART SITE ON SOMERSVILLE ROAD (Continued from 2/8/00 and 2/22/00)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to continue to 3/28/00 - Continue to 3/28/00
  2. RESOLUTION DETERMINING THAT THE PUBLIC INTEREST AND NECESSITY REQUIRE THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN LAND AND DIRECTING THE FILING OF EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS (LOWE'S RETAIL PROJECT, APN #s 074-370-016, 074-370-017, 074-370-018) (4/5 VOTE REQUIRED) (Continued from 2/8 and 2/22/00)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to continue to 3/28/00 - Continue to 3/28/00
  3. RESOLUTION APPROVING A RETAINER AGREEMENT FOR LEGAL SERVICES IN RELATION TO EMINENT DOMAIN PROCEEDINGS (SYCAMORE PLAZA, LOWE'S PROJECT) (Continued from 2/8 and 2/22/00)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to continue to 3/28/00 - Continue to 3/28/00

*     *     *         END OF AGENCY REGULAR AGENDA      *     *     *

  1. AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR

    1. APPROVAL OF AGENCY MINUTES:  January 25 and February 8, 2000

      Recommended Action:  Motion to approve the minutes - Approved

    2. APPROVAL OF AGENCY WARRANTS

      Recommended Action:  Motion to approve the warrants - Approved

    3. RESOLUTION APPROVING ACQUISITION OF 915 WEST FOURTH STREET

      Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Resolution ADA-363, 3/0

*     *     *      END OF AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR     *      *     *

ADJOURNMENT to Antioch City Council
ROLL CALL for City Council
COUNCIL REGULAR AGENDA (Continued)
  1. RESOLUTION APPROVING AN OWNER-PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ANTIOCH, THE ANTIOCH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND DONAHUE SCHRIBER FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE OLD KMART SITE ON SOMERSVILLE ROAD (Continue from 2/8 and 2/22/00)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to continue to 3/28/00 - Continue to 3/28/00

  2. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE MIRA VISTA HILLS ZONE IV RESERVOIR AND PUMP STATION

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Resolution 2000/27, 3/0

  3. LEGISLATION AND ADVOCACY

    Recommended Action:  Motion to direct staff as to Council's desired course of action - Receive and file, 3/0

  4. COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR

  1. APPROVAL OF COUNCIL MINUTES:  January 25, 27, and February 8, 2000

    Recommended Action:  Motion to approve the minutes - Approved 3/0

  2. APPROVAL OF COUNCIL WARRANTS

Recommended Action:  Motion to approve the warrants - Approved 3.0

  1. ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 9, CHAPTER 5, ARTICLE 3 OF THE ANTIOCH MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING MAP) REZONING AN APPROXIMATE 2.52-ACRE SITE ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERN CORNER OF LONE TREE WAY AND GOLF COURSE ROAD FROM PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (PD) TO PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (PD) (PD-99-2), AND AMENDING THE SOUTHEAST ANTIOCH SPECIFIC PLAN TO REDESIGNATE AN APPROXIMATE 2.52 ACRE SITE ON PROPERTY LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERN CORNER OF LONE TREE WAY AND GOLF COURSE ROAD FROM LOW-DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (R-6) TO NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL (SP-99-1) (GOLF COURSE PLAZA) (Introduced 2/2200)

  2. Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Ordinance - Ordinance No. 970-C-S, 3/0

  1. REJECTION OF CLAIM

    1.  Claim of Jacek Markiewicz, #99/00-1142

Recommended Action:  Motion to deny the claim - Denied 3/0

  1. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR SO SIGN A GRANT DEED OF UTILITY EASEMENTS TO PG&E AND PACIFIC BELL COMPANIES AT PARCEL "I" OF THE RECORDED SUBDIVISION 5653, PARCEL "B" OF THE RECORDED SUBDIVISION 7180 AND PARCEL "G" OF THE RECORDED SUBDIVISION 6262 (PW 460, PW 553-1B, PW 497)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Resolution 2000/28, 3/0

  1. RESOLUTION ACCEPTING WORK AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY ENGINEER TO FILE A NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR LONE TREE WAY PAVEMENT REHABILITATION, LONE TREE CORRIDOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 27 (PW 555-9)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Resolution 2000/29, 3/0

  2. RESOLUTION ACCEPTING WORK AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY ENGINEER TO FILE A NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR THE SKATE PARK CONSTRUCTION AT PREWETT FAMILY PARK (PW 394-15A)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Resolution 2000/30, 3/0

  3. CONSIDERATION OF BIDS FOR FREDERICKSON LANE WIDENING AND RECONSTRUCTION WEST OF GOLF COURSE ROAD IN REASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 27/31/R (PW 599-A)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to award the contract to the low bidder in the amount of unit prices bid - Approved 3/0

  4. RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AGREEMENT FOR ONE (1) GARAGE SALES OFFICE CONVERSION IN BEAR RIDGE, UNIT II (KIPER DEVELOPMENT, INC.), TRACT NO. 7251, LOT 138 (PW 576-2)

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Resolution 2000/31, 3/0

  5. RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING POLICY FOR CONNECTION TO SEWER SYSTEM WHEN STREET PROJECTS EXTEND MAIN LINE

    Recommended Action:  Motion to adopt the Resolution - Return on 3/28/00 with more details

*     *     *      END OF COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR     *      *     *

PUBLIC COMMENTS - none

COUNCIL REPORTS/COMMUNICATIONS

STAFF COMMUNICATIONS - none

ADJOURNMENT - 10:17 p.m. to 3/21/00 Study Session


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