CITY OF PLACERVILLE
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
Regular City Council Meeting
February 10, 1998
City Council Chambers - Town Hall
549 Main Street, Placerville, CA 95667
6:30 P.M. - Closed Session
7:00 P.M. - Open Session
6:30 P.M. CLOSED SESSION
Pursuant to the cited authority (all references to the Government Code), the City Council will hold a Closed Session to discuss the following items:
Code 54956.9 Existing Litigation One Case: Klasmeier
7:00 P.M. OPEN SESSION
1. CALL TO ORDER, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG, INVOCATION
2. ROLL CALL: C. Borelli, K. Lishman, J. Nerwinski, T. Saxton, M. Washburn
3. ANNOUNCEMENTS TO THE PUBLIC
4. CLOSED SESSION REPORT - City Attorney Driscoll
5. ADOPTION OF AGENDA
6. CEREMONIAL MATTERS
7. PUBLIC COMMENT - BRIEF NON-AGENDA ITEMS
This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons wishing to address the Council on any matter not on the Agenda.
Speakers are limited to five minutes. State law prohibits the Council from acting on items not listed on the Agenda except by special action of the City Council under specified circumstances.
PLEASE GIVE ANY WRITTEN MATERIAL PRESENTED AT THE MEETING TO THE CITY CLERK FOR THE PUBLIC RECORD.
7.1 Written Communication
7.2 Oral Communication
8. CONSENT CALENDAR
NOTE: All matters listed under the Consent Calendar are considered routine and will be enacted by one motion by roll call vote unless any member of the Council or audience wishes to remove an item for discussion. The reading of the full text of all ordinances and resolutions will be waived unless a Councilmember requests otherwise.
8.1 Minutes of January 27, 1998
Recommendation from the City Manager to approve the Minutes of January 27, 1998.
8.2 Traffic Safety Committee Recommendations
Recommendation from the Public Works Director to approve the traffic-related recommendations on Spring Street, Middletown Road, Mallard Lane and Placerville Drive.
8.3 Agreement Between the City of Placerville and El Dorado County for Subdivision Map Act Certification
Recommendation from the Public Works Director to adopt a Resolution authorizing the execution of an Agreement between the City of Placerville and El Dorado County for Subdivision Map Act Certification.
8.4 Notice of Completion for Hangtown Creek Sewer Main Repairs, Project No. 97-12 & 97-13
Recommendation from the Public Works Director to adopt a Resolution accepting the Hangtown Creek Sewer Main Repairs and authorizing execution of the Notice of Completion by the Public Works Director.
8.5 Notice of Public Hearing on February 24, 1998
Recommendation from the Community Development Director to schedule a Public Hearing at the next regularly scheduled City Council meeting on February 24, 1998 regarding Sierra Park Village - Senior Development.
8.6 Warrant Register
Recommendation from the Finance Director to approve the Warrant Register.
8.7 Payroll Register
Recommendation from the Finance Director to approve the Payroll Register.
8.8 Police Records Management System - Agreement with El Dorado County
Recommendation from the City Manager to adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an agreement for $7,000 with El Dorado County to use computer hardware and software associated with the TracNet records management system.
9. PUBLIC HEARINGS
10. DISCUSSION ITEMS
10.1 Response to Park & Recreation Consolidation Study by the Recreation & Parks Commission
Recommendation from the Public Services Director to accept a recommendation from the Recreation & Parks Commission to reject a recommendation from Administrative Budget Counseling to create a new district to perform the Park and Recreation functions of the City and County.
10.2 California Government Cost Savings and Taxpayer Protection Initiative and Related Pending Legislation
Resolution opposing the California Government Cost Savings and Taxpayer Protection Initiative and Related Pending Legislation.
10.3 Downtown Public Restrooms
Recommendation the Public Works Director to establish the following Council policies regarding the Downtown Public Restroom:
1. Consistent with past public projects, the sewer and water connection and use fees be waived.
2. Electrical usage fees shall be budgeted and paid for in the General Fund.
3. The remaining operational and maintenance costs of the restroom shall be shared by Downtown interests such as the County, Downtown Parking District, property owners and merchants.
11. ITEMS PULLED FROM THE CONSENT CALENDAR
12. COUNCILMEMBER REPORTS/ITEMS INITIATED BY COUNCILMEMBERS
13. STAFF REPORTS
13.1 City Council Calendar (for information)
14. ADJOURNMENT to the Regular City Council meeting of February 24, 1998
6:00 P.M. Closed Session; 7:00 P.M. Regular Meeting.
Susan Zito, Deputy City Clerk