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CITY COUNCIL
HOUSING AUTHORITY AND
SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE EL CAJON
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

 
 
Council Chamber
200 Civic Center Way
El Cajon, CA 92020
Agenda
JANUARY 8, 2019, 3:00 p.m.

 
Bill Wells, Mayor  Graham Mitchell, City Manager
Steve Goble, Deputy Mayor Vince DiMaggio, Assistant City Manager
Ben Kalasho, Councilmember Morgan Foley, City Attorney
Gary Kendrick, Councilmember Angela Aguirre, City Clerk
Bob McClellan, Councilmember  

 
 
             
CALL TO ORDER:  Mayor Bill Wells
 
ROLL CALL:   City Clerk Angela Aguirre
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG AND MOMENT OF SILENCE
 
POSTINGS: The City Clerk posted Orders of Adjournment of the December 11, 2018, Meeting and the Agenda of the January 8, 2019, Meeting in accordance to State Law and Council/Authority/Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency Policy.
 
PRESENTATIONS:

Presentation: U.S. Census Bureau

Presentation: Forester Creek - San Diego River Park Foundation 

Presentation: International Rescue Committee

 
 
AGENDA CHANGES:
 
CONSENT ITEMS:
 
Consent Items are routine matters enacted by one motion according to the RECOMMENDATION listed below. With the concurrence of the City Council, a Council Member or person in attendance may request discussion of a Consent Item at this time.

 
 
1.   Minutes of the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency Meetings Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency approves Minutes of the December 11, 2018, Meeting of the El Cajon City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency.
 
2.   Warrants

RECOMMENDATION:
That the City Council approves payment of Warrants as submitted by the Finance Department.
 
3.   Approval of Reading Ordinances by Title Only

RECOMMENDATION:
That the City Council approves the reading by title and waive the reading in full of all Ordinances on the Agenda.
 
4.   U.S. Department of Justice Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Award for 2017 and 2018 Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council takes the following action:
  1. Authorize the City Manager or designee to accept the 2017 United States Department of Justice Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) in the amount of $27,424 and to execute any grant documents and agreements necessary for the receipt and use of these funds.
  2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to accept the 2018 JAG in the amount of $26,964 and to execute any grant documents and agreements necessary for the receipt and use of these funds.
  3. Appropriate $27,424 for the 2017 JAG to purchase six 40mm Less than Lethal Launchers and six WRAP Safe Restraint Systems for the Patrol Division. 
  4. Appropriate $26,964 for the 2018 JAG to purchase a TRUAIR Ductless Fume Hood and a Crime-Lite 82S UV-VIS-IR Camera for the Forensic lab and four 40mm Less than Lethal Launchers for the Patrol Division.
 
5.  
Street Light - Transit Facility Improvements Project Acceptance
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  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council:
  1. Accepts the Street Light - Transit Facility Improvements 2018 Project, PW3632 (Bid No. 024-18); and
  2. Authorizes the City Clerk to record a Notice of Completion and release the bonds in accordance with the contract terms.
 
6.   CalRecycle Beverage Container Recycling Program Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council:
  1. Adopts the next Resolution in order, and authorizes the City Manager to apply for Beverage Container Recycling City/County Payment Program funds in the amount of $26,286 from the State of California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery;
  2. Appropriates Beverage Container Recycling City/County Payment Program funds in the amount of $26,286 for Recycled Beverage Container diversion; and
  3. Authorizes the City Manager, or such person designated by the City Manager, to execute the Payment Program agreement and all such other documents necessary to obtain the Beverage Container Recycling funds, in such form as approved by the City Manager with approval of the City Attorney.
 
7.   Purchase of Fire Engine Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council adopts the next Resolution in order, and authorizes the Purchasing Agent, in accordance with Municipal Code 3.20.010(C)(5), to execute an agreement with Pierce Manufacturing, Inc. for the purchase of a Pierce Triple Combination Pumper in the amount of $758,566.37.
 
PUBLIC COMMENT:
 
At this time, any person may address a matter within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency that is not on the Agenda. Comments relating to items on today’s docket are to be taken at the time the item is heard. State law prohibits discussion or action on items not on the Agenda; however, Council, Authority and Agency Members may briefly respond to statements or questions. An item may be placed on a future Agenda.
 
WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS:
 
PUBLIC HEARINGS:
 
8.   Notice to Vacate and Summary Abatement at 743 El Cajon Boulevard Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council:
  1. Opens the public hearing and receives testimony;
  2. Closes the public hearing;
  3. Deems appropriate the Building Official/Fire Marshal’s actions in this case;
  4. Directs staff to monitor the condition of the property and release power when code violations have been corrected;
  5. Invoices the property owner of record for administrative costs and staff time totaling $6,616.95 to be paid within 90 days; and
  6. Places a tax lien if City costs are not paid.
 
ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:
 
9.   City of El Cajon Complete Streets Policy Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council adopts the next Resolution, in order, to establish a Complete Streets Policy.  The Complete Streets Policy will establish guiding principles and practices so that transportation improvements are planned, designed, constructed, operated, and maintained, in order to encourage walking, bicycling, and transit use while promoting safe operations for all users.
 
10.   Amended and Restated Wastewater Disposal Agreement Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council adopts the next Resolution, in order, to:
  1. Approve the Amended and Restated Wastewater Disposal Agreement; and
  2. Authorize the Mayor to Sign the Agreement.
 
11.   Proposed Changes to City Council Procedures Ordinance Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council review the proposed amendments to Chapter 2.12 of the El Cajon Municipal Code related to City Council Procedures and provide direction to the City Attorney.
 
COMMISSION REPORTS:
 
ACTIVITIES REPORTS/COMMENTS OF MAYOR WELLS:
SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments); SANDAG Public Relations Selection Committee; League of California Cities, San Diego Division; Heartland Fire Training JPA – Alternate; LAFCO.
 
12.   Council Activity Report Click to View
 
ACTIVITIES REPORTS/COMMENTS OF COUNCILMEMBERS:
 
13.   COUNCILMEMBER GARY KENDRICK
METRO Commission/Wastewater JPA; Heartland Communications; Heartland Fire Training JPA.
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14.   COUNCILMEMBER BOB MCCLELLAN
MTS (Metropolitan Transit System Board); Harry Griffen Park Joint Steering Committee; Heartland Communications – Alternate.
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15.   COUNCILMEMBER BEN KALASHO Click to View
 
16.   DEPUTY MAYOR STEVE GOBLE
SANDAG – Board of Directors – Alternate; SANDAG Public Safety Committee – Alternate; METRO Commission/Wastewater JPA – Alternate; Chamber of Commerce – Government Affairs Committee; MTS (Metropolitan Transit System Board) – Alternate; East County Economic Development Council.
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JOINT COUNCILMEMBER REPORTS:
 
GENERAL INFORMATION ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION:
 
ORDINANCES: FIRST READING
 
ORDINANCES: SECOND READING AND ADOPTION
 
17.   Ordinance Amending Titles 1, 9, 10 and 12, and adding a New Chapter 10.26 to the El Cajon Municipal Code addressing Dockless Vehicles Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That Mayor Wells request the City Clerk to recite the title.

An Ordinance Amending Titles 1, 9, 10 and 12 and Adding a New Chapter 10.26 to the El Cajon Municipal Code addressing Dockless Vehicles.
 
CLOSED SESSIONS:
 
ADJOURNMENT: The Regular Joint Meeting of the El Cajon City Council/ El Cajon Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency held this 8th day of January 2019, is adjourned to Tuesday, January 22, 2019, at 3:00 p.m.
 

    

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