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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
JUNE 11, 2019, 3:00 p.m.

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

 
 
             
CALL TO ORDER:  Mayor Bill Wells
 
ROLL CALL:   City Clerk Angela Cortez
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG AND MOMENT OF SILENCE
 
POSTINGS: The City Clerk posted Orders of Adjournment of the May 28, 2019, Meeting and the Agendas of the June 11, 2019, Meetings in accordance to State Law and Council/Authority/Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency Policy.
 
PRESENTATIONS:

Presentation: Movie in the Park

Proclamation:  San Diego County Water Authority - 75th Anniversary
 
 
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 May 28, 2019, 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 waives the reading in full of all Ordinances on the Agenda.
 
4.   Contract for Workers’ Compensation Administration Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council authorizes the City Manager to execute an Agreement for Professional Services with York Risk.
 
5.   Resolution of Intent to Vacate Easement for Public Highway at 512 Raleigh Avenue, El Cajon, CA Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council:
  1. Adopts the next Resolution, in order, approving the City's Intent to Vacate Easement for Public Highway at 512 Raleigh Avenue; and
  2. Directs the City Clerk to set a Public Hearing on July 9, 2019, at 3:00 p.m., to receive testimony regarding the Intent to Vacate Easement for Public Highway at 512 Raleigh Avenue, El Cajon, CA.
 
6.   Tentative Agreement with the El Cajon Professional Firefighters Local 4603 (ECPFF)  Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council approves the tentative agreement reached with the El Cajon Professional Firefighters Local 4603 (ECPFF), authorizes the City Manager to execute the final Memorandum of Understanding implementing the terms outlined, and adopts the next Resolution, in order, if approved.
 
7.   Tentative Agreement with the El Cajon Police Officers’ Association Management Group (ECPOAMG) Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council approves the tentative agreement reached with the El Cajon Police Officers’ Association Management Group (ECPOAMG), authorizes the City Manager to execute the final Memorandum of Understanding implementing the terms outlined, and adopts the next Resolution, in order, if approved.
 
8.   Tentative Agreement with the El Cajon Police Officers’ Association (ECPOA) Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council approves the tentative agreement reached with the El Cajon Police Officers’ Association (ECPOA), authorizes the City Manager to execute the final Memorandum of Understanding implementing the terms outlined, and adopts the next Resolution, in order, if approved.
 
9.   Award of Bid No. 005-20 – Fire Station 9 Driveway Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council adopts the next Resolutions, in order, to:
  1. Approve Plans and Specifications for Fire Station 9 Driveway, Bid No. 005-20;
  2. Find the first low bidder non-responsive for the reason set forth in this agenda report; and
  3. Award the bid to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, Portillo Concrete, Inc., in the amount of $66,310.
 
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:
 
10.   Delinquent Refuse Collection Charges Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council:
  1. Opens the Public Hearing and considers public testimony;
  2. Closes the Public Hearing;
  3. Adopts the next Resolutions, in order, confirming the list of property owners as delinquent in the payment of their mandatory trash service bills; and,
  4. Authorizes the City Clerk to record the amount owed as a lien on the property and forward a list to the County Tax Assessor for billing on the next property tax bill.
 
11.   Delinquent Sewer Service Charges Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council:
  1. Opens the Public Hearing and considers public testimony;
  2. Closes the Public Hearing; 
  3. Adopts the next Resolutions, in order, confirming the list of property owners as delinquent in the payment of their mandatory sewer service bills; and
  4. Authorizes the City Clerk to record the amount owed as a lien on the property and forward a list to the County Tax Assessor for billing on the next property tax bill. 
 
12.   Adoption of New Fees; Modification and Elimination of Existing Fees; and Amendment of Schedule of Miscellaneous Fees Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council:
  1. Opens the Public Hearing and receives testimony;
  2. Closes the Public Hearing; and
  3. Adopts the next Resolution, in order, to modify certain existing fees, add and delete certain fees, and amend the City’s Schedule of Miscellaneous Fees.
 
ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:
 
COMMISSION REPORTS:
 
ACTIVITIES REPORTS/COMMENTS OF MAYOR WELLS:
SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments) Board of Directors; SANDAG – Audit Committee; League of California Cities, San Diego Division; Heartland Fire Training JPA – Alternate; LAFCO.
 
13.   Council Activity Report Click to View
 
14.   Legislative Report Click to View
 
15.   Proposed SANDAG Changes to the Regional Funding Priorities of the San Diego County Transportation Sales Tax (TransNet) Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council receives a presentation from SANDAG regarding “the SANDAG Big Vision and 5 Big Moves for the 2021 Regional Plan Update,” discuss proposed shift of SANDAG TransNet funds from road projects to transit projects, and consider a letter opposing SANDAG’s proposed shifting of funds from existing highway and road projects.
 
16.   Compensation for Executive and Unrepresented Employees (A-29), City Manager and the City Attorney Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the Mayor provides an oral report summarizing recommended changes in compensation for the City’s “local agency executives”; and following the report, that the City Council (1) approves the changes to City Council Policy A-29 described in the report, and reflected on the attachment; and (2) acknowledges the adjustments to the City Manager and City Attorney's compensation in accordance with the terms of their contracts.
 
ACTIVITIES REPORTS/COMMENTS OF COUNCILMEMBERS:
 
17.   COUNCILMEMBER GARY KENDRICK
METRO Commission/Wastewater JPA; Heartland Communications; Heartland Fire Training JPA.
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18.   COUNCILMEMBER BOB MCCLELLAN
MTS (Metropolitan Transit System Board); Harry Griffen Park Joint Steering Committee; Heartland Communications – Alternate.
Click to View
 
19.   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.
Click to View
 
20.   COUNCILMEMBER PHIL ORTIZ
East County Economic Development Council; League of California Cities, San Diego Division.
Click to View
 
21.   Code of Ethics and Conduct for City Council, Boards, and Commissions Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council directs City staff to prepare an agenda item analyzing the City's current code of ethics and conduct policies and recommend changes to engender trust and confidence in City leadership.
 
JOINT COUNCILMEMBER REPORTS:
 
GENERAL INFORMATION ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION:
 
ORDINANCES: FIRST READING
 
22.   Introduction of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 3.20 of the El Cajon Municipal Code for Bidding and Written Contracts Click to View
 
  RECOMMENDATION:  
 
  That the City Council considers approving an Ordinance amending Chapter 3.20 of the El Cajon Municipal Code ("ECMC") related to Bidding and Written Contracts and, if approved, take the following actions:
  1. By Motion, Second and Vote, moves to introduce the Ordinance; and
  2. Directs the City Clerk to read the title of the Ordinance.
 
ORDINANCES: SECOND READING AND ADOPTION
 
CLOSED SESSIONS:
 
23.   Closed Session - Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation - pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code section 54956.9:  Mike Murphy and Joshua Pittsley, et al. vs. City of El Cajon, et al., 
United States District Court, Southern District of California
Case No. 18-CV-0698-JM-NLS
Click to View
 
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 11th day of June 2019, is adjourned to Tuesday, June 11th, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
 

    

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