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CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 6:00 P.M.
Council Chamber – City Hall – 300 Forest Avenue, Pacific Grove, CA
The Council will not begin consideration of any item on this agenda later than 10:00 p.m. unless such consideration is approved. Any items on this agenda not considered this evening will be continued to a future meeting.
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AGENDA
 
             
CALL TO ORDER
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Councilmember Smith
 
1.   APPROVAL OF AGENDA
 
2.   PRESENTATIONS
 
A.   Monterey Bay Community Power Annual Update Click to View
 
 
B.   Update on Pure Water Monterey Project and M1W Prop 218 Rate Increase Click to View
 
 
3.   COUNCIL AND STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS (City-Related Items Only)
 
A.   Report on Closed Session by City Attorney
 
B.   Other
 
4.   GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT
General Public Comment must deal with matters subject to the jurisdiction of the City and the Council that are not on the Regular Agenda. This is the appropriate place to comment as to items on the Consent Agenda, only if you do not wish to have the item pulled for individual consideration by the Council. Comments from the public will be limited to three minutes and will not receive Council action. Comments regarding items on the Regular Agenda shall be heard prior to Council’s consideration of such items at the time such items are called. Whenever possible, written correspondence should be submitted to the Council in advance of the meeting, to provide adequate time for its consideration.
 
CONSENT AGENDA
The Consent Agenda deals with routine and non-controversial matters, and may include action on resolutions, ordinances, or other public hearings for which testimony is not anticipated. The vote on the Consent Agenda shall apply to each item that has not been removed. Any member of Council, staff, or the public may remove an item from the Consent Agenda for individual consideration. When items are pulled for discussion, they will be automatically placed at the end of their respective section within the Regular Agenda. One motion shall be made to adopt all non-removed items on the Consent Agenda.
 
5.   APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business
 
A.   Minutes of the June 17th and 24th Special, Regular, and Continued Meetings Click to View
 
 
6.   RESOLUTIONS
Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business or 13. New Business
 
A.   Resolution Calling November 3, 2020 Municipal Election for Mayor and Councilmembers Click to View
 
 
B.   Application for Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PHLA) Program Funds, creation of a Regional Trust Fund and contribution of funds. Click to View
 
 
7.   ORDINANCES
Items pulled from this section will be placed under 11. Public Hearings
 
8.   REPORTS – INFORMATION ONLY
Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business or 13. New Business
 
A.   Monarch Pines Mobilehome Park Zoning Click to View
 
 
B.   Mayor's Regional Meetings Click to View
 
 
C.   Monterey Salinas Transit Regular and Special Highlights:  June 8, 2020 and June 22, 2020 Click to View
 
 
9.   REPORTS – REQUIRING ACTION
Items pulled from this section will be placed under 12. Unfinished and Ongoing Business or 13. New Business
 
A.   Ratification of New Local Emergency Actions Click to View
 
 
B.   Appoint Matthew McCluney to Traffic Safety Commission Click to View
 
 
C.   FY20/21 Capital Improvement Plan Engineering Services Click to View
 
 
10.   MEETING MINUTES OF COMMISSIONS, BOARDS, AND COMMITTEES
Items pulled from this section will be placed under 13. New Business
 
REGULAR AGENDA
 
11.   PUBLIC HEARINGS
For public hearings involving a quasi-judicial determination by the Council, the proponent of an item may be given 10 minutes to speak and others in support of the proponent’s position may be given three minutes each. A designated spokesperson for opposition to the item may be given 10 minutes to speak and all others in opposition may be given three minutes each. Very brief rebuttal and surrebuttal may be allowed in the sole discretion of the Council. In public hearings not involving a quasi-judicial determination by the Council, all persons may be given three minutes to speak on the matter. Public hearings on non-controversial matters or for which testimony is not anticipated may be placed on the Consent Agenda, but shall be removed if any person requests a staff presentation or wishes to be heard on the matter.
 
12.   UNFINISHED AND ONGOING BUSINESS
 
A.   City Council Goals  This item was continued from the June 17, 2020 City Council Regular Meeting. Click to View
 
 
13.   NEW BUSINESS
 
A.   Voluntary Guidelines for Rental Housing This item was continued from the June 24, 2020 meeting.  Click to View
 
 
B.   Consider a Resolution to add a Ballot Measure on the November 3, 2020 election to increase the Uniform Sales and Use Tax Click to View
 
 
C.   Concept Review:  Addressing traffic concerns along the coastal access route Click to View
 
 
D.   George Washington Park Wildfire Safety Update Click to View
 
 
14.   FULL PRESENTATIONS
 
ADJOURNMENT
 
 
NOTICE OF ADA COMPLIANCE: Pursuant to Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (Codified At 42 United States Code Section 12101 and 28 Code of Federal Regulations Part 35), and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the City of Pacific Grove does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, disability, age or sexual orientation in the provision of any services, programs, or activities. The City of Pacific Grove does not discriminate against persons with disabilities. City Hall is an accessible facility. A limited number of assisted listening devices will be available at this meeting. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting or provide the requested agenda format.

    

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