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AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING
CYPRESS CITY COUNCIL
July 8, 2019
5:30 P.M.
 
www.cypressca.org Council Chambers
5275 Orange Avenue
Cypress, California

 
             
CALL TO ORDER
5:30 P.M.
Executive Board Room
 
ROLL CALL
Cypress City Council, also acting as the Ex-Officio Governing Board of Directors of the Cypress Recreation and Park District

Mayor Stacy Berry
Mayor Pro Tem Rob Johnson
Council Member Paulo Morales
Council Member Jon Peat
Council Member Mariellen Yarc
 
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS (Three minutes per speaker, unless extended by the City Council)
 
The public may address the City Council on any matters prior to any action taken on the Agenda.  Although Council Members may provide brief responses, the City Council may not discuss or take action on off-Agenda items.  Speakers are requested to limit their comments to no more than three minutes each.
 
CLOSED SESSION

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a)
Brewer  v. City of Cypress
WCAB No. ADJ10674897
Claim Nos. 16-127322 and 18-137061
 
WORKSHOP SESSION

1. Master Fee Schedule Overview

2. Park Funding Strategies
 
RECONVENE
7:00 P.M.
Council Chambers
 
ROLL CALL
Cypress City Council, also acting as the Ex-Officio Governing Board of Directors of the Cypress Recreation and Park District

Mayor Stacy Berry
Mayor Pro Tem Rob Johnson
Council Member Paulo Morales
Council Member Jon Peat
Council Member Mariellen Yarc
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 
INVOCATION  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

The City Council does not endorse the content of the invocation and does not endorse the invocational speaker’s particular faith, belief and/or religious denomination. The City Council has an established neutral policy for selecting and scheduling invocational speakers. The City Council’s policy on invocations is available from the City Clerk.
 
REPORT OF WORKSHOP AGENDA / CLOSED SESSION
City Manager/City Attorney
 
PRESENTATIONS

1. Presentation of "Wildfire Awareness and Prevention Season" Proclamation

2. Presentation of "Parks Make Life Better Month" Proclamation

3. Report on July 3rd Salute to America
 
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS  (Limited to 30 minutes – three minutes per speaker, unless extended by the City Council)

The public may address the City Council on any matters prior to any action taken on the Agenda.  Although Council Members may provide brief responses, the City Council may not discuss or take action on items that are not on its Agenda.  Speakers are requested to limit their comments to no more than three minutes.
 
If you would like to address the City Council, please complete a Speaker’s Card available at the podium or from the City Clerk.  The Speaker’s Card assists the Mayor in ensuring that all persons wishing to address the City Council are recognized.
 
PUBLIC HEARINGS
Public comments – five minutes per speaker, unless extended by the City Council.

Council Members should disclose communications with anyone relevant to a Public Hearing item.
 
1.   Establish a Residential Parking Permit District on Santa Elise Street, Teresa Avenue, and Santa Rita Street
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Establish a residential parking permit district on Santa Elise Street, Teresa Avenue, and Santa Rita Street between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
 
2.   Approve a Revised Master Fee Schedule
 
  Prepared by: Matt Burton, Director of Finance and Administrative Services

Recommendation:

1. Adopt a Resolution approving the revised Master Fee Schedule for the City and Recreation and Park District, including annual Consumer Price Index adjustments; and

2. Dedicate additional Recreation and Park District revenue arising from the revised Master Fee Schedule for facilities and park rehabilitation and replacement; and

3. Direct the City Manager to develop an annual report on Recreation and Park District fees as part of the Recreation and Community Services Department's Strategic Plan; and

4. Receive and file the Comprehensive User Fee Study and Cost Allocation Plan prepared by MGT of America Consulting, LLC.
 
CONSENT CALENDAR
All matters listed on the Consent Calendar are to be approved with one motion unless a Council Member requests separate action on a specific item.
 
3.   Approve Minutes - Meeting of June 24, 2019
 
  Prepared by:  Alisha Farnell, Acting City Clerk

Recommendation:  Approve as submitted.
 
4.   Introduce and/or Adopt All Ordinances and Resolutions Presented for Consideration by Title Only and to Waive Further Reading
 
5.   Second Reading and Adoption of an Ordinance Updating Taxicab Regulations
 
  Prepared by: Peter Grant, City Manager

Recommendation: Adopt an Ordinance updating taxicab regulations.
 
6.   Proclaim "Wildfire Awareness and Prevention Season"
 
  Prepared by: Alisha Farnell, Acting City Clerk

Recommendation: Proclaim "Wildfire Awareness and Prevention Season" beginning mid-summer and continuing through early autumn.
 
7.   Proclaim the Month of July 2019 as "Parks Make Life Better Month"
 
  Prepared by: Alisha Farnell, Acting City Clerk

Recommendation: Proclaim the month of July 2019 as "Parks Make Life Better Month."
 
8.   Excuse Absences of Commissioners Nancy Conze and Carlos Espinosa
 
  Prepared by: Alisha Farnell, Acting City Clerk

Recommendation: Excuse the absences of Recreation and Community Services Commissioners Nancy Conze and Carlos Espinosa.
 
9.   Accept Sewer Rehabilitation, Project 218
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Accept the Sewer Rehabilitation, Project 218, in the amount of $91,569 and approve the final payment of $4,578.48 to Insituform Technologies, LLC.
 
10.   Accept the Sewer System Evaluations, Project 220
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Accept the Sewer System Evaluations, Project 220, in the amount of $112,300.48.
 
11.   Award a Contract for the Replacement of the Oak Knoll Park Restroom and Concession Building
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Award a contract to Public Restroom Company for $508,539, and authorize a contingency of $25,425, for the replacement of the Oak Knoll Park restroom and concession building.
 
12.   Award Contracts for Custodial Services
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Award two-year contracts for custodial services at City buildings, District buildings, and District park restrooms to United Maintenance Systems for $233,269 annually.
 
13.   Award On-Call Landscape Architecture Service Contracts for Street Landscape and Park Facilities
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Award contract service agreements for on-call landscape architecture services for street landscape and park facilities to David Volz Design and Community Works Design Group.
 
14.   Award an On-Call Planning Services Contract
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Award a contract for on-call planning services to Sagecrest Planning and Environmental.
 
15.   Award a Contract for On-Call Stormwater/Water Quality Program Services
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Award a contract for on-call Stormwater/Water Quality Program Services to Charles Abbott Associates, Inc.
 
16.   Receive and File an Update on the City Mobile App
 
  Prepared by: Matt Burton, Director of Finance and Administrative Services

Recommendation: Receive and file an update on the development of the City's new mobile app.
 
17.   Approve Task Order for Public Works Construction Management and Inspection Services
 
  Prepared by: Doug Dancs, Director of Community Development

Recommendation: Approve a Task Order to TRC/Vali Cooper and Associates, Inc. for $99,994 to perform public works construction management and inspection services through June 30, 2020.
 
18.   Approve Register of Warrants, Transfers, and Wires Issued for the Period of June 8, 2019 through June 21, 2019
 
  Prepared by: Matt Burton, Director of Finance and Administrative Services

Recommendation: Approve the attached payment register summarized below for the period of June 8, 2019 through June 21, 2019:
  • Electronic Funds Transfers 6073 through 6183
  • Warrants 50437 through 50594
  • Payroll Transfers W1393
 
NEW BUSINESS
 
19.   Appoint a Representative to the Bridges at Kraemer Place Community Advisory Board
 
  Prepared by: Peter Grant, City Manager

Recommendation: Appoint a Representative to the Bridges at Kraemer Place Community Advisory Board.
 
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS (Five minutes per speaker, unless extended by the City Council)
 
The public may address the City Council on any matters prior to any action taken on the Agenda.  Although Council Members may provide brief responses, the City Council may not discuss or take action on items that are not on its Agenda.  Speakers are requested to limit their comments to no more than five minutes.
 
If you would like to address the City Council, please complete a Speaker’s Card available at the podium or from the City Clerk.  The Speaker’s Card assists the Mayor in ensuring that all persons wishing to address the City Council are recognized.
 
COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS AND REMARKS
 
 
CITY MANAGER REMARKS
 
 
ADJOURNMENT
The next meeting will be an adjourned Regular Meeting, to be held on Monday, August 26, 2019, beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the Executive Board Room.

I hereby certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California, that the foregoing Agenda was posted on the City Hall bulletin board not less than 72 hours prior to the meeting.  Dated this 5th day of July, 2019.
 
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Alisha Farnell, Acting City Clerk
 
 
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