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ANNOTATED AGENDA - REGULAR MEETING
BELVEDERE CITY COUNCIL
APRIL 9, 2018, 5:30 P.M.
City Hall Conference Room I & Council Chambers
450 San Rafael Avenue, Belvedere, California


 COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS BY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

The public will be given an opportunity speak on each agenda item when it is called.  Upon being recognized by the Mayor, please state your name and address, and limit your oral statement to no more than three minutes.  The Council welcomes comments and questions raised by interested citizens but typically does not respond during the comment period.



5:30 PM     CALL TO ORDER IN CONFERENCE ROOM I
                   ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION


Called to order at 5:30 PM in Closed Session.

Council Present:  Campbell, McAuliffe, McCaskill, and Winter
Council Absent:   Kemnitzer

CLOSED SESSION

1.      CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR
         Unrepresented and represented employees: All City employees.
The closed session is for a review of the City Council’s position and to instruct the City’s designated representative, City Manager Craig Middleton, regarding salaries and/or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits to members of the Belvedere Peace Officers Association and to unrepresented City employees. Closed session permitted pursuant to § 54957.6(a) of the California Government Code.



6:30 PM     RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS
                    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE



 OPEN FORUM
This is an opportunity for any citizen to briefly address the City Council on any matter that does not appear in this agenda.  Upon being recognized by the Mayor, please state your name, address, and limit your oral statement to no more than three minutes.  Matters that appear to warrant a more lengthy presentation or Council consideration will be agendized for further discussion at a later meeting.

2 Speakers from the public.

REPORTS & PRESENTATIONS

2.      Funding request from Concerts-in-the-Park.
Council approved funding request from Concerts-in-the-Park.

3.     City Council Reports.
Council members gave reports.

4.     City Manager Reports.
City Manager gave report.

 CONSENT CALENDAR
The Consent Calendar consists of items that the City Council considers to be non-controversial.  Unless any item is specifically removed by any member of the City Council, staff, or audience, the Consent Calendar will be adopted by one motion.  Items removed will be considered in the sequence as they appear below.  If any member of the audience wishes to have an item removed, please step to the microphone, state your name, and indicate the item.

Item 7 was removed from the Consent Calendar and discussed separately.

5.     Approve minutes of the following meetings:
        A.  
March
12, 2018, regular City Council meeting.
        B.  
March 19, 2018, special City Council meeting.   - minutes approved.

6.     Approve warrants of March 2018.  - warrants approved.

7.     Adopt resolution declaring that the cost to provide fire protection and emergency medical services for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 will exceed $450,000.  - resolution adopted.

8.     
Approve a contribution of $500 to the Redwood High School Grad Night Committee towards Redwood High School’s 31st annual Safe & Sober Grad Night.  - contribution approved.

9.     
Receive report on Permit Tracking and Accounting software upgrades.  - report received.

10.    
Approve resolution allocating Road Repair and Accountability Act (SB 1) funds to be included in the 2018/19 Fiscal Year (FY) Capital Improvement Plan Budget.  - resolution approved.

11.    
Approve revocable license for private improvements in the public right-of-way in front of 19 Windward Road. Property Owner: Christopher and Maggie Johnson. 
- revocable license approved.


OTHER SCHEDULED ITEMS

12.    Presentation from the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) on renewal efforts for Measure A, the Marin County Transportation Sales Tax.
The Council heard a presentation from Dianne Steinhauser, Executive Director of Transportation Authority of Marin, and Nancy Whelan, General Manager of Marin Transit, on renewal efforts for Measure A transportation sales tax.

13.   
Continued review of the Beach Road Seawall Stabilization Project and consideration of a resolution for a budget amendment to fund the project.
Staff recommendation: Consider the proposed design for Phase 1 stabilization of Beach Road and the Beach Road Seawall and approve a resolution a
uthorizing a budget amendment for the Beach Road Seawall Stabilization Project.

Council adopted a resolution authorizing a budget amendment for the Beach Road Seawall Stabilization Project.

14.   
Consider authorizing City Manager to send a letter on behalf of the City Council opposing Senate Bill 827 (Wiener), Planning and zoning: transit-rich housing bonus.
Staff recommendation: Consider the staff
report and discussion and decide whether to direct the City Manager to draft and send a letter on behalf of the City Council opposing SB 827.

The Council authorized the City Manager to send a letter on behalf of the City Council opposing SB 827.

15.   
Consider resolution opposing the California Business Roundtable (CBRT)’s Tax Fairness, Transparency, and Accountability Act of 2018.
Staff recommendation Consider the staff report and approve the resolution opposing the ballot initiative.

The Council adopted a resolution opposing CBRT's ballot initiative.


ADJOURN




 NOTICE: WHERE TO VIEW AGENDA MATERIALS
Staff reports and other materials distributed to the City Council are available for public inspection at the following locations:
>    Belvedere City Hall, 450 San Rafael Avenue, Belvedere.
       (Materials distributed to the City Council after the agenda packet is published are available
       for public inspection at this location only.)
>    Belvedere-Tiburon Library, 1501 Tiburon Boulevard, Tiburon.
To request automatic mailing of agenda materials, please contact the City Clerk at 415/435-8913.

NOTICE: AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
The following accommodations will be provided upon request to persons with a disability; agendas and/or agenda packet materials in alternate formats and special assistance needed to attend or participate in this meeting.  Please make your request at the Office of the City Clerk or by calling 415/435-3838.  Whenever possible, please make your request four working days in advance.