CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
65 CIVIC AVENUE, PITTSBURG, CA
PITTSBURG ARTS AND COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
PITTSBURG POWER COMPANY
SOUTHWEST PITTSBURG GEOLOGIC HAZARD ABATEMENT DISTRICT II
Sal Evola, Council Member/Board Member
Merl Craft, Council Member/Board Member
Dwaine “Pete” Longmire, Council Member/Board Member
FOR HOUSING AUTHORITY:
Willie Mingo, Housing Authority Member
Joanne Alvergue, Housing Authority Member
City Council meetings are held the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:00 p.m. The Housing Authority meets in conjunction with the City Council on the third
Monday of each month. The Pittsburg City Council meets regularly in the Council
Chamber at 65 Civic Avenue, unless otherwise noted above. The City Council also sits as the Board of Directors of several other City agencies. The stipends
for all agency members conform to state statutes governing compensation amounts.
All other Agencies meet on an as needed basis and will be listed above if
applicable. Copies of the open session agenda packets, which are distributed
to the City Council, are on file in the office of the City Clerk, 65 Civic Avenue, Pittsburg, California, and are available for public inspection, beginning 72
hours in advance, during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except from noon to 1:00 p.m. and City holidays). The Pittsburg
Library is also provided a full agenda packet for your convenience. The agenda
and reports are also located on the City’s website at www.ci.pittsburg.ca.us.
Additionally, if any reports or documents, which are public records, are
distributed to the City Council less than 72 hours before the meeting, those
reports and documents will also be available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office and on the day of the meeting in the Council Chamber at the public counter
area below the dais.
NOTICE TO PUBLIC (Attached)
The Audience Remarks period is for the public to comment on any items scheduled to be heard during the Closed Session portion of the meeting, if applicable.
Property: 1200 Beacon Street (APN 085-252-003); Housing Authority Negotiator: Joe Sbranti and Maria Aliotti; Negotiating Parties: Barbara Reed Foster, agent for seller; Under negotiation: Both price and terms of payment
Property: 259 E. 17th Street (APN 086-173-017); Housing Authority Negotiator: Joe Sbranti and Maria Aliotti; Negotiating Parties: Jose Belman, agent for seller; Under negotiation: Both price and terms of payment
The City Manager may make brief announcements or informal comments at this time and brief the Council on items of interest. (No Action Required)
Members of the audience who wish to address the City Council or Agency Boards on issues that are not scheduled for the agenda and on any items listed as part of the Consent Calendar should complete a Speaker's Card available at the dais. Please read the card carefully in order to fill out the card properly. Submit the completed card to the City Clerk before the item is called, preferably before the meeting begins. Individuals will be given three minutes to address the Council unless additional time is allowed as provided for spokespersons. Prior to speaking, each member of the public shall state their name and business and City of residence in a clear and audible tone of voice. (No Action Required)
In accordance with the City of Pittsburg “Policies and Procedures for the City Council” adopted by the City Council on September 4, 2001 by Resolution No. 01-9475, the Mayor and Vice-Mayor shall appoint individual Council Members to standing and ad hoc committees and such appointments shall be approved by the entire Council at its first meeting following reorganization.
In 2011, WesPac Energy filed an application with the City Planning Division to modernize, renovate and re-activate existing oil storage and transfer facilities located at 696 West 10th Street, in order to facilitate the transport and storage of virgin and partially refined crude oil. Processing of this application has ensued since that time; however, on November 16, 2015, the applicant submitted a formal request to withdraw their application and terminate all work on the project.
Council Members may make brief announcements or informal comments at this time. Council members may ask questions for clarification from City staff, and make a report on their activities, including reports on committee assignments (see attached list of ad hoc committees and other public agencies in which Council members participate). (No Action Required)
City Council/Agency Members may make any conflict of interest declarations pertaining to Consent Calendar items at this time.
The Successor Agency for the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Pittsburg (Successor Agency) is amending the long range property management plan (Amended LRPMP) in order to include the two properties consisting of Civic Avenue (APN 086-100-035) and Frontage Road (APN 087-277-001) (collectively, the “Properties”) that were transferred by the City to the Successor Agency.
9. Adoption of a City Council Resolution Approving the Terms of and Authorizes the City Manager to Execute a Lease Agreement between the City of Pittsburg and Delta View Golf Club LLC and Adoption of a Pittsburg Power Company Resolution Approving the Allocation of $150,000
The City and Delta View Golf Club LLC (Tenant), a California limited liability company, propose to enter into a lease agreement (Lease) to operate the concessions at the bar/restaurant and banquet facility at Delta View Golf Course located at 2222 Golf Club Road (Premises).
10. Adoption of a City Council Resolution to Accept Contract 2013-24, Dover Well Construction and Testing Project as complete, Accept the Plans and Specifications and Authorize Award of Contract 2013-24B, Dover Well Pump Station Project
The Dover Well Project (the “Project”) is for construction of a drinking water well to replace the Rossmoor Well on Frontage Road at Dover Way. The construction contracts for the Project are divided into two phases: Contract 2013-24 Dover Well Construction and Testing Project (“Phase 1”), Contract 2013-24B, Dover Well Pump Station Project (“Phase 2”). If approved, this resolution will accept Phase 1 as complete, accept the plans and specifications and authorize the City Manager to award Phase 2, Contract 2013-24B to Pacific Infrastructure Corporation, of Pleasanton, CA in the amount of $768,000.
The City has received written approval from the current property owner Albert D. Seeno Construction Co. to annex Assessor’s Parcel No. 089-010-016 (Parcel) into Community Facilities District No. 2007-1 to provide funding for park maintenance services for this redeveloped area.
12. Adoption of a City Council Resolution to Accept Contract 2009-10, Leland Road and Railroad Avenue Drainage Improvement Project, Authorize Additional Construction Contingency and Direct the City Engineer to File a Notice of Completion
Contract 2009-10, Leland Road and Railroad Avenue Drainage Improvement Project (the “Project”) consisted of installation of a new storm drain line along Railroad Avenue to alleviate localized flooding on Railroad Avenue and prevent storm runoff from entering private property. This Resolution will accept the construction contract as complete, authorize an additional construction contingency and direct the City Engineer to file a Notice of Completion for the Project.
AB 1600 (Government Code Sections 66000–66008) requires cities to justify and account for developer fees which they enact, increase or impose as a condition of new development for the purposes of financing “public facilities and improvements”. AB 1600 also requires an annual review of the developer fees that have been collected and spent during the previous year. This report fulfills these AB 1600 requirements.
By Resolution 15-13086, the City Council approved the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for fiscal years 20015/16 through 2019/20. As part of the City of Pittsburg’s Five Year Capital Improvement Program budget, Island Energy submitted budgets for three capital improvement projects on Mare Island. The priority of capital projects has changed, and staff recommends approval of a re-allocation of funds within the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 budget to meet the new priorities.
Keith Halvorson, the General Manager of the Southwest Pittsburg Geologic Hazard Abatement District II (GHAD), has provided his annual Inspection report of SW Pittsburg GHAD II facilities and site conditions for the Board’s Information. The GHAD geotechnical consultant, Kleinfelder, has provided a detailed annual inspection report, attached.
State law requires local jurisdictions to conduct a periodic review of active development agreements within the community. Staff reviewed the San Marco Development Agreement (DA) and recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution finding good faith compliance by developer SEECON Financial and Construction Co., with terms of the DA. Additionally, the resolution authorizes the City Manager to execute a Certificate of Compliance that is a recordable document stating that, as of the date of the resolution, the City Council finds the Developer has made good faith compliance towards complying with the DA.
In 2009, the City and the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Pittsburg (the “Agency) entered into a Project Funding Agreement for construction of up to 27 identified projects to alleviate blighting conditions in the Project area. A majority of the projects were completed. Staff proposes allocation of up to $291,000 of unspent funds from completed projects to construct improvements to the second floor at the California Theatre.
The City is facing an emergency starting in Fiscal Year 2017-18 with the partial expiration of the Measure P sales tax. Without an extension of the existing sales tax at its current rate (one-half percent/dollar 0.5%), the City will be unable to maintain its financial viability at current staffing and service levels for Police, Senior Center services, economic development/job creation and to provide funds needed to make repairs to local streets. The City will face risks as to public health, safety and welfare.
The City of Pittsburg will consider amending Pittsburg Municipal Code Chapter 5.56, Taxicabs and Buses, to comply with current statutes regarding taxicab regulation. Staff recommends adoption of a resolution updating its permit fees to recover the costs of the additional regulatory requirements.