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      AGENDA 

REGULAR JOINT MEETING OF THE OAKLEY CITY COUNCIL/OAKLEY CITY COUNCIL ACTING AS THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE OAKLEY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY  

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

6:30 P.M.

Oakley City Council Chambers

3231 Main Street, Oakley, CA

 

MISSION STATEMENT: The City of Oakley exists to build and enhance a quality community and to serve the public in a friendly, efficient, responsive manner.

VISION STATEMENT: The City of Oakley will be recognized as a model of civic participation and a vibrant delta community where families live, work, play, shop and visit. 

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1.0  OPENING MATTERS

1.1      Call to Order and Roll Call of the Oakley City Council and Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency

1.2      Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

1.3        Proclamation-Epilepsy Awareness Month (Noelle Gamon)

1.4        Update from Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee (Michael Dupray, Appointee)

2.0  PUBLIC COMMENTS

At this time, the public is permitted to address the Oakley City Council/Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency non-agendized items.  PUBLIC COMMENTS ARE LIMITED TO THREE (3) MINUTES.  In accordance with State Law, however, no action or discussion may take place on any item not appearing on the posted agenda. The Oakley City Council/ Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency may respond to statements made or questions asked or may request Staff to report back at a future meeting on the matter. The exceptions under which the Oakley City Council/Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency MAY discuss and/or take action on items not appearing on the agenda are contained in Government Code §54954.2(b)(1)(2)(3). Members of the public should submit any Speaker Cards for Public Comments in advance of the Mayor calling for Public Comments.

3.0  CONSENT CALENDAR

Consent Calendar items are typically non-controversial in nature and are considered for approval by the Oakley City Council/ Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency with one single action. Members of the audience, Staff or the Oakley City Council/ Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency who would like an item removed from the Consent Calendar for purposes of public input may request the Mayor remove the item. Members of the public should submit any Speaker Cards related to the Consent Calendar in advance of the Consent Calendar being considered.

Oakley City Council/Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency

3.1      Approve the Minutes of the Regular Joint Oakley City Council/Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency Meeting held October 28, 2014 (Libby Vreonis, City Clerk)

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3.2      Waive the Second Reading and Adopt an Ordinance for Street Tree Maintenance and Protection (Ken Strelo, Senior Planner)

3.3      Waive the Second Reading and Adopt an Ordinance Amending Section 4.29.408(c) of the Oakley Municipal Code Dealing with Neighborhood Standards (Troy Edgell, Code Enforcement Coordinator)

3.4      Waive the Second Reading and Adopt an Ordinance Establishing Procedures for City Council Vacancy Appointments (William Galstan, Special Counsel)  

3.5      Waive the First Reading and Introduce an Ordinance to Amend Truck Routes in Oakley (Kevin Rohani, Public Works Director/City Engineer)

3.6     Waive the First Reading and Introduce an Ordinance Repealing Chapter 4 of Title 9 of the Oakley Municipal Code, Dealing with Inclusionary Housing in Redevelopment Area (William Galstan, Special Counsel)

3.7      Adopt a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Contract and Grant of Permanent Easement Related to the Relocation of the United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) lateral in Grapevine Lane Between Rose Avenue and O’Hara Avenue (Kevin Rohani, Public Works Director/City Engineer)

3.8      Adopt Resolutions Approving the Subdivision Improvement Agreement and Final Map for Subdivision 8994 (The Reserve at Parklands) Consisting of 109 Lots and a 1.09 Acre Park Parcel at the South End of Teton Road (Kevin Rohani, Public Works Director/City Engineer)

3.9       Adopt Resolutions Approving the Deferred Improvement Agreement, Subdivision Annexation and Assessment Authorization Deferral Agreement, and Parcel Map for Minor Subdivision MS 14-976 (Oakley Crossroads, LLC, a California limited liability company, 900-912 Main Street) (Kevin Rohani, Public Works Director/City Engineer)

3.10    Adopt Resolutions Approving the Subdivision Improvement Agreement, Subdivision Annexation and Assessment Authorization Deferral Agreement, and Final Map for Subdivision 9104 (Cutino Property, Cedar Glen Drive South of Laurel Road, Approximately 450’ East of Rose Avenue (Kevin Rohani, Public Works Director/City Engineer)

3.11    Adopt a Resolution Supporting the Request to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for the Allocation of Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Transportation Development Act Article 3 Pedestrian/Bicycle Project Funding (Kevin Rohani, Public Works Director/City Engineer)

3.12    Adopt a Resolution Approving Agreements with Provox Systems, Inc for an Agenda Management System (Libby Vreonis, City Clerk)

3.13    Notice of Vacancy of One Seat on the Oakley City Council (Libby Vreonis, City Clerk)

3.14    Accept 1st Quarter Investment Reports, Fiscal Year 2014-2015 (Paul Abelson, Finance Director)

Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency

3.15    Accept 1st Quarter Investment Reports, Fiscal Year 2014-2015 (Paul Abelson, Finance Director)

4.0  PUBLIC HEARINGS

4.1    Carpenter Road Preliminary General Plan Amendment (PA 01-14) (Ken Strelo, Senior Planner)

  • Staff recommendation:
  • Open the Public Hearing
  •  Receive the Staff Report
  • Receive Public Testimony
  • Close the Public Hearing
  • Deliberate
  • Summarize the Deliberation
  • Provide Feedback to Staff and the Applicant

5.0  REGULAR CALENDAR

5.1      Adopt a Resolution Approving New Employee Position Classifications and Corresponding Salary Ranges (Bryan Montgomery, City Manager)

5.2      Update to the Neighborhood Traffic Management Policy (Kevin Rohani, Public Works Director/City Engineer)

5.3      Adopt a Resolution Amending the Parks and Facilities Usage Policies and Fees (Lindsey Bruno, Recreation Manager)

5.4      Adopt Resolutions Regarding Participation in the CaliforniaFIRST Program and Figtree PACE Program, the California HERO Program; and Corresponding Membership in the California Enterprise Development Authority and in the Western Riverside Council of Governments’ California HERO Program (Bryan Montgomery, City Manager)

6.0  REPORTS

6.1    CITY MANAGER

6.2     OAKLEY CITY COUNCIL/OAKLEY CITY COUNCIL ACTING AS THE    SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE OAKLEY REDEVELOPMENT AGENC 

(a)     Reports from Council Liaisons to Regional Committees, Commissions and Boards AND Oakley City Council/Oakley City Council Acting as the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency Comments

(b)     Requests for Future Agendas

7.0  WORK SESSIONS-None

8.0  CLOSED SESSIONS-None

For a list of meeting dates for 2014 Click here.