April 17th 2012
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
April 17, 2012
CLOSED SESSION – 6:00 P.M.
REGULAR SESSION - 7:00 P.M.
ANDERSON CITY HALL
1887 Howard Street
PARTICIPATION BY PUBLIC IN MEETING
Please review the Agenda to determine if the subject you wish to discuss is scheduled for Council consideration. If it is on the Agenda, you will have an opportunity when that matter comes up for discussion to briefly address the Council.
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CLOSED SESSION – 6:00 p.m.
1.0 ROLL CALL – COUNCIL: Councilmember Day
Public Comment on Closed Session Item(s): Anyone in the audience who wants to address the City Council on a subject which is listed under the Closed Session agenda is now invited to come to the podium. Please provide your name and the subject you wish to discuss. Please limit your remarks to 3 minutes or less.
The City Council will convene to Closed Session.
C.S.1 PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
[Pursuant to Govt. Code § 54957]
Evaluation of Interim City Manager John Blacklock
C.S2 CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS
[Pursuant to Govt. Code § 54956.8]
Property: Parcel No.’s 202-490-038, 202-500-027, 202-500-028, and 202-500-032
Agency negotiators: Jeff Kiser and Bob Martin
Negotiating parties: Broaddus Trust; Jacobs Trust; Haisch Trust, Matthew & Charlotte; & R. Cook Enterprises
Under negotiation: Price and Terms
REGULAR SESSION – 7:00 P.M.
The City Council will reconvene to Open Session.
CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENT – Mayor Yarbrough will announce the outcome of the closed session.
2.0 INVOCATION – Pastor Tom Lucatorta, Heritage Baptist Church, will give the Invocation.
3.0 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – Vice-Mayor Hopkins.
Jeff Kiser, Assistant City Manager, will introduce Tristan Anderson-Smith, custodian.
Peter Bonkrude, Manager of the Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District, will present the 2011 Annual Report.
5.1 SCHEDULED CITIZEN REQUEST TO ADDRESS THE CITY COUNCIL – Persons who have, by the deadline set for the agenda, requested to address the Council shall be limited to one 5-minute opportunity to speak.
5.2 PUBLIC COMMENT ON ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA - Anyone in the audience who wishes to address the Council on a subject which is not on tonight’s agenda is now invited to come to the podium. Please provide your name and the subject you wish to discuss. Please limit your remarks to 3 minutes or less.
5.3 STUDENT REPORTS
a. Anderson New Tech High School student representative Andrew Carney will give an update on school activities.
b. Anderson Union High School student representative Austin Carrell will give an update on school activities.
c. Anderson Teen Center student representative Evette Amudson will give an update on Teen Center activities.
5.4 COUNCIL REPORTS - City Councilmembers will report on attendance at conferences/meetings reimbursed at City expense (Requirement of Assembly Bill 1234).
6.0 CONSENT AGENDA - Consent Agenda items are expected to be routine and non-controversial. They will be acted upon by the Council at one time without discussion. Any member of the public, staff or City Council may request that an item be removed from the Consent Agenda for separate discussion. Are there any requests to remove any items from the Consent Agenda?
6.1 MINUTES - Approve the minutes of the regular meeting of April 3, 2012.
6.3 CITY ATTORNEY – None.
6.4 CITY CLERK - Waive reading, except by title, of any ordinances under consideration at this meeting for either introduction or passage per Government Code Section 36934.
6.5 CITY MANAGER – None.
6.6 FINANCE DIRECTOR/TREASURER – None.
6.7 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT – None.
6.8 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT – None.
6.9 POLICE DEPARTMENT – None.
6.10 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT – Enact Ordinance No. 778 (second reading), amending the Anderson Municipal Code Chapter 13.76, Section 13.76.080 E, by adding a new subsection 6 which shall read: “6. Total Dissolved Solids. The average concentration of total dissolved solids shall not exceed 500 mg/L”, as introduced on April 3, 2012(second reading).
END OF CONSENT CALENDAR
6.11 ITEMS (IF ANY) REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT CALENDAR – Items removed from the Consent Agenda for discussion will be treated as Regular Agenda items and any member of the public may request to address the Council on any such item as it comes up for discussion. Please provide your name and limit your remarks to 3 minutes or less.
Any person may speak on items scheduled for hearing at the time the Mayor declares the hearing open. ALL LEGAL NOTICES HAVE BEEN GIVEN ACCORDING TO LAW.
7.0 PUBLIC HEARINGS – None.
8.0 REGULAR AGENDA – Regular Agenda Items will be discussed individually and in order. Any member of the public may request to address the Council on an item as it comes up for discussion.Please provide your name and limit your remarks to 3 minutes or less.
8.1 CITY COUNCIL – None.
8.2 CITY ATTORNEY – None.
8.3 CITY MANAGER
The Development Services Director recommends that the City Council:
Receive the report on the status of the City’s participation with the Shasta County Air Quality Management District (AQMD) to develop the Regional Climate Action Plan.
The Interim City Manager recommends that the City Council:
Reaffirm its interest in city representation on the Shasta County Air Pollution Control Board (APCB) and, if interested in city representation, propose a re-configured APCB membership to include either;
1) a seven member board consisting of three members from the Shasta County Board of Supervisors, one member from each of the three cities within Shasta County, and one member-at-large with air quality experience that would be selected by the other six APCB members or
2) a six member board consisting of three members from the Shasta County Board of Supervisors and one member from each of the three cities within Shasta County
Authorize the Interim City Manager to execute a second amendment to the professional services agreement with Watts Consulting and Investigations for Interim Chief of Police Services.
Adopt a resolution amending the Classification and Compensation Plan by:
1. Deleting one authorized Public Safety Lead Dispatcher position in the Police Department effective June 1, 2012, or as soon thereafter as the transfer to SHASCOM may be made, and
2. Deleting five authorized Public Safety Dispatcher/Records Clerk positions in the Police Department effective June 1, 2012, or as soon thereafter as the transfer to SHASCOM may be made, and
3. Authorizing a part-time Public Safety Records Clerk position that may be combined with the Parks & Recreation Secretary position and treated as one full-time position with benefits, and
4. Directing that a minimum of two weeks notice of layoff be provided to those employees affected.
8.4 CITY CLERK
AMENDMENTS TO THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE TEAMSTERS LOCAL 137
Adopt a resolution approving amendments to the Memorandum of Understanding negotiated between representatives of the City of Anderson and representatives of the General Teamsters, Professional, Health Care and Public Employees Local 137.
8.5 FINANCE DEPARTMENT – None.
8.6 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT – None.
8.7 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT – None.
8.8 POLICE DEPARTMENT
Approve the request for the closed cruise with all of the conditions and recommendations.
8.9 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT – None.
9.0 SUCCESSOR AGENCY – None.
(The City Council will, as the Successor Agency, conduct business related to the now dissolved Anderson Redevelopment Agency.)
10.0 STAFF REPORTS – None.
11.0 ADJOURN - The City Council will adjourn to May 1, 2012.