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09112019 CC/SAWRA Agenda - Regular Meeting (Posted 09/05/2019)TRI TA Mayor KIMBERLY HO Vice Mayor SERGIO CONTRERAS Council Member TAI DO Council Member CHI CHARLIE NGUYEN Council Member AGENDA CITY COUNCIL/SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE WESTMINSTER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY REGULAR MEETING SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 CLOSED SESSION — 6:00 p.m. — Council Conference Room REGULAR MEETING — 7:00 p.m. - Council Chambers 8200 WESTMINSTER BOULEVARD WESTMINSTER, CALIFORNIA 92683 If you need special. assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Clerk's office at (714) 548-3237. Notification of 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting. (28 CFR 35.102-35.104 American Disabilities Act Title II) NOTE: Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on this agenda is available for public inspection at the public counter at City Hall located at 8200 Westminster Boulevard, Westminster, CA during normal business hours, except such documents that relate to closed session items or which are otherwise exempt from disclosure under applicable law. These writings are also available for review in the public access binder located in the entryway to the Council Chambers. AGENDA September 11, 2019 AGENDA INFORMATION MFFTINr.S Regular Meetings of the City Council are held the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the hour of 6:00 p.m. (5:00 p.m. if deemed necessary) for Closed Session matters, if required. The public session of the meeting shall commence at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible. While in the City Council Chamber, please turn off all cellular phones and pagers. AGENDA INFORMATION The agenda contains a brief general description of each item to be considered. The agenda and supporting documentation is available for public review at the entryway of the Council Chambers prior to the meeting. On the Friday prior to the meeting, the agenda can be accessed on the City's web site at http://www.westminster-ca.gov. Live video streaming of regular meetings and an archive of agendas and minutes is also available on the City's website. ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION BY THE PUBLIC Except as specifically provided by law for closed sessions, all meetings of the City Council Agency shall be open and public. Agendas for the City Council Agency meetings provide the public an opportunity to directly address the City Council on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council on any agenda items. NO action may be taken on items not listed on the agenda unless authorized by law. Unless otherwise extended by the City Council, the amount of time for each individual speaker shall not exceed five (5) minutes. WEBSITE/TELEVISED MEETING SCHEDULE Regular City Council meetings are broadcast live on Westminster Cable Channel 3 and REBROADCAST on Monday at 5:00 p.m., Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., Friday at 7:00 a.m. and Sunday at 8:30 a.m. The City's website (www.westminster-ca.gov) provides information about viewing live and archived City Council meetings. If you have internet access, you can follow the meeting live with a video stream on your computer. You will also have access to an archive of recent City Council meeting agendas, videos and minutes. PUBLIC USE OF COUNCIL CHAMBER EQUIPMENT All computer presentations must be e-mailed or provided on a portable USB device to the City Clerk at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Items to be displayed on the overhead projector must be submitted to the City Clerk for review by staff to verify appropriateness for general audiences by noon on the day of the meeting and prior to the use of the equipment. Page 1 AGENDA September 11, 2019 6:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION PUBLIC COMMENTS MAY BE RECEIVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL PRIOR TO ANY ITEM TO BE CONSIDERED IN CLOSED SESSION. CALL TO ORDER: ROLL CALL: TA, HO, CONTRERAS, DO, NGUYEN PRESENT: ABSENT: ORAL COMMUNICATIONS FOR CLOSED SESSION MATTERS: CLOSED SESSION: The City Council will recess to a Closed Session for the following purposes: 1) Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): Potential Litigation (one case). 2) Conference with Real Property Negotiators pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8: Property: 7272 Maple Street, Westminster, CA 92683. City Negotiators: City Manager Eddie Manfro, Assistant City Manager Chet Simmons. Negotiating Parties: City Manager Eddie Manfro, Assistant City Manager Chet Simmons. Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment. 3) Conference with Real Property Negotiators pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8: Property: 14491 Beach Boulevard, Westminster, CA 92683. City Negotiators: City Manager Eddie Manfro, Assistant City Manager Chet Simmons. Negotiating Parties: City Manager Eddie Manfro, Assistant City Manager Chet Simmons. Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment. Page 2 AGENDA September 11, 2019 4) Conference with Real Property Negotiators pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8: Properties: 7185, 7191, and 7201 Westminster Boulevard, Westminster, CA 92683. City Negotiators: City Manager Eddie Manfro, Assistant City Manager Chet Simmons. Negotiating Parties: City Manager Eddie Manfro, Assistant City Manager Chet Simmons. Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment. RECESS: Page 3 AGENDA September 11, 2019 7:00 P.M. RECONVENE CITY COUNCIL MEETING: ROLL CALL: TA, HO, CONTRERAS, DO, NGUYEN PRESENT: ABSENT: SALUTE TO FLAG: Council Member Contreras Performance of "America the Beautiful" to follow by RoseKids INVOCATION: REPORT FROM CITY ATTORNEY EX PARTE COMMUNICATIONS REPORT FROM CITY CLERK 1. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS A) Rose Center Theater Update and Highlights - Tim Nelson, Rose Center Theater Managing and Artistic Director. B) Proclamation Declaring September 2019 as National Preparedness Month. 2. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS THIS IS THE TIME OF THE MEETING THAT MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC MAY ADDRESS THE CITY COUNCIL REGARDING ANY ITEMS ON THE AGENDA OR NON -AGENDA ITEMS THAT ARE WITHIN THE SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION, EXCEPT PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WISHING TO ADDRESS PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS SHALL DO SO AT THE TIME OF THE PUBLIC HEARING. UNLESS OTHERWISE EXTENDED BY A MAJORITY VOTE OF THE CITY COUNCIL, COMMENTS SHALL BE LIMITED TO FIVE (5) MINUTES PER SPEAKER. ANY PERSON WISHING TO ADDRESS THE CITY COUNCIL SHOULD COMPLETE A GREEN SPEAKER SLIP THAT IS PROVIDED AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS AND SUBMIT THE CARD TO THE CITY CLERK. WHEN YOUR NAME IS CALLED, PLEASE STEP TO THE PODIUM AT THAT TIME AND STATE YOUR NAME AND CITY OF RESIDENCE FOR THE RECORD. Page 4 AGENDA September 11, 2019 3. CONSENT CALENDAR ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT CALENDAR ARE CONSIDERED ROUTINE AND MAY BE APPROVED BY A SINGLE MOTION FOLLOWED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE. THERE WILL BE NO SEPARATE DISCUSSION OF THESE ITEMS UNLESS MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OR STAFF REQUEST THAT SPECIFIC ITEMS BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT CALENDAR FOR SEPARATE ACTION OR DISCUSSION. MINUTES 3.1 (City Council/Successor Agency) Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Westminster City Council/Successor Agency to the Westminster Redevelopment Agency on July 10, 2019; August 14, 2019; and August 28, 2019. (Christine Cordon) RECOMMENDATION: Approve. ROUTINE MATTERS 3.2 Acceptance of Easement Deed for 8101 16th Street. (Marwan Youssef) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council accept an Easement Deed for the subject property, and authorize the City Clerk to record the deed with the County Clerk -Recorder's Office. ORDINANCES 3.3 Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2560, Amending the Westminster Municipal Code to Establish a Parks and Recreation Development Impact Fee Program. (Christine Cordon) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council adopt Ordinance No. 2560 entitled, "An Ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster, Amending Title 3 by Adding Chapter 3.62 Parks and Recreation Development Impact Fee Program for Residential Developments and Deleting Chapter 16.12 Dedication for Park and Recreation Purposes of Title 16 (Subdivisions)," read by title only and waive further reading. WARRANT REGISTER 3.4 (City Council/Successor Agency) Warrant Register dated August 8, 2019 through September 4, 2019. (Sherry Johnson) RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. Page 5 AGENDA September 11, 2019 3.5 Treasurer's Report - July 2019. (Sherry Johnson) RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. 3.6 Update on Annual Funding for the Public Cable Television Authority. (Diana Dobbert) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council confirm the annual funding for the current fiscal year 2019-2020 for the Public Cable Television Authority's administrative budget in the amount not to exceed $44,405.86 and receive and file the report. END OF CONSENT CALENDAR 4. PUBLIC HEARINGS ANYONE WISHING TO SPEAK ON AN OPEN PUBLIC HEARING IS REQUESTED TO COMPLETE A GREEN SPEAKER SLIP THAT IS PROVIDED AT THE ENTRANCE TO THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS. PLEASE SUBMIT THE SPEAKER SLIP TO THE CITY CLERK. WHEN YOUR NAME IS CALLED, PLEASE STEP TO THE PODIUM AT THAT TIME AND STATE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS FOR THE RECORD. AFTER THE PUBLIC HEARING IS OPENED, PERSONS SPEAKING IN FAVOR WILL BE HEARD FIRST, FOLLOWED BY THOSE PERSONS SPEAKING IN OPPOSITION; AND THEN PERSONS SPEAKING IN REBUTTAL. ONLY THOSE PERSONS WHO HAVE SPOKEN IN FAVOR WILL BE PERMITTED TO SPEAK IN REBUTTAL. SPOKESPERSON(S) DESIGNATED TO SPEAK IN FAVOR OR IN OPPOSITION WILL HAVE TWELVE (12) MINUTES TO SPEAK. THEREAFTER, EACH PERSON SPEAKING IN FAVOR OR IN OPPOSITION WILL HAVE THREE (3) MINUTES. THE TOTAL TIME FOR SPEAKING IN FAVOR OR IN OPPOSITION SHALL NOT EXCEED 30 MINUTES. THOSE PERSONS SPEAKING IN REBUTTAL WILL HAVE THREE (3) MINUTES EACH, OR A TOTAL OF 20 MINUTES. THE CITY COUNCIL MAY USE ITS DISCRETION TO ALLOW A SPEAKER TO EXCEED THE TIME LIMITS. NOTE: IF A CHALLENGE IS MADE BY ANY PARTY IN COURT FROM ACTIONS ARISING OUT OF A PUBLIC HEARING, YOU MAY BE LIMITED TO RAISING ONLY THOSE ISSUES YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE RAISED AT THE PUBLIC HEARING DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE OR IN WRITTEN CORRESPONDENCE DELIVERED AT THE PUBLIC HEARING OR PRIOR THERETO. Page 6 AGENDA September 11, 2019 4.1 Fiscal Year 2018/19 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). (Chet Simmons) • Staff Report • Mayor and City Council Discussion • Open Public Hearing • Speaking in Favor • Speaking in Opposition • Speaking in Rebuttal (only those who spoke in favor can speak in rebuttal) • Close Public Hearing • Mayor and Council Member Comments • Council Action RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council: A) Approve the FY 2018/19 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report for CDBG and HOME federal funds; and B) Authorize the City Manager to transmit this report to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by September 26, 2019. 5. REGULAR BUSINESS 5.1 School Resource Officer Program Update. (Acting Chief Mark Lauderback) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council receive and file the report. 5.2 Revisions to the 2019 "Get it Permitted" Campaign and Amnesty Program. (Chet Simmons) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council approve the revisions 2019 "Get it Permitted" Campaign and Amnesty Program to include additional structure types. 5.3 Amendment to Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with Sheldon Development, LLC. (Chet Simmons) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council approve the First Amendment to the Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with Sheldon Development, LLC. for the Development of the Civic Center. Page 7 AGENDA September 11, 2019 5.4 Resolution Adopting Revised Position Classifications in the Municipal Employees Series. (Cyndie Sanders) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council adopt a Resolution entitled, "A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster Adopting Revised Position Classifications in the Municipal Employees Series." 5.5 Professional Services Agreement with PlaceWorks for Environmental Planning Services for the Westminster Mall Specific Plan Environmental Impact Report. (Chet Simmons) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council approve the' professional services agreement with PlaceWorks for Environmental Planning Services for the Westminster Mall Specific Plan Environmental Impact Report in the amount of $325,223. 5.6 Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Buena Park, Sub - Recipient Cities of, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, La Habra, Stanton, and Westminster, and Community Arts Resources for the "Meet On Beach" Event. (Diana Dobbert) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council: A) Approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Buena Park, Sub -Recipient Cities of, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, La Habra, Stanton, and Westminster, and Community Arts Resources and authorize the Mayor to .execute the Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of the City; and B) Approve a budget adjustment in the amount of $5,000 to the Community Promotions revenue account, 75000-39069, Reimbursements - Other. 5.7 Amendment No. 1 to Cooperative Agreement No. C-5-3589 by and between Orange County Transportation Authority, the Cities of Westminster, Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Seal Beach, Tustin, and the County of Orange for the Westminster Boulevard Corridor Traffic Signal Synchronization Program (Project P). (Marwan Youssef) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council approve Amendment No. 1 to Cooperative Agreement No. C-5-3589 to extend the term of the agreement, and authorize the City Manager to execute the amendment on behalf of the City. Page 8 AGENDA September 11, 2019 6. LEGISLATIVE ITEMS 6.1 Resolution Reestablishing the Order of Business for Regular Meetings of the City Council. (Christine Cordon) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council adopt a Resolution entitled, "A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster, Rescinding Resolution No. 4532 to Reestablish the Order of Business to Be Followed in Regular Meetings of the City Council." 6.2 Resolution of Intention to Amend Municipal Code Regarding Existing Ban on Short -Term Rentals. (Chet Simmons) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council adopt a Resolution entitled, "A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster Declaring its Intention to Consider Amendments to the Text of the Westminster Municipal Code, Clarifying the City's Ban on Short -Term Rental Units and Establishing an Appropriate Fine." 6.3 Ordinance Related to the Use of the City Seal and Logo. (Christine Cordon) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council: A) Consider adopting an ordinance that affirmatively prohibits using the City's seal and logo except for official City purposes; and B) Introduce an Ordinance for first reading entitled, "An Ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster, Amending Chapter 1.20 to Title 1 of the Westminster Municipal Code related to the City Seal," read by title only and waive further reading. 6.4 Ordinance Related to the Time for Council Meetings. (Christine Cordon) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council: A) Consider adopting an ordinance that changes the meeting schedule for City Council regular meetings; and B) Introduce and Ordinance for first reading entitled, "An Ordinance of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster, Amending Section 2.04.010 of Title 2 (Administration and Personnel) of the Westminster Municipal Code, Relating to the Time for City Council Meetings," read by title only and waive further reading. C) Cancel the regular meetings of September 25, October 23, November 27 (Thanksgiving Eve), and December 25 (Christmas Day), 2019, and January 8 and 22, 2020, and call for a special meeting on January 15, 2020. Page 9 AGENDA September 11, 2019 7. COMMISSION AND COMMITTEE ITEMS 7.1 Appointments to the Youth Committee. (Christine Cordon) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council appoint four regular members and two alternate members to the Youth Committee for a term to expire June 30, 2020. 7.2 Request for On -Street Disabled Parking at 14452 Purdy Street - T.C. 77-142. (Marwan Youssef) RECOMMENDATION: The Traffic Commission recommends that the Mayor and City Council adopt a Resolution entitled, "A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster Providing for the Installation of Disabled Parking Restrictions at 14452 Purdy Street." 7.3 Request for Parking Restrictions on the North Side of Hazard Avenue between Beach Boulevard and Monroe Lane — T.C. 88-100. (Marwan Youssef) RECOMMENDATION: The Traffic Commission recommends that the Mayor and City Council adopt a Resolution entitled, "A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Westminster Providing for No Parking or Stopping at a Certain Location on the North Side of Bolsa Avenue, Between Beach Boulevard and Monroe Lane." 8. BUSINESS MATTERS FROM CITY COUNCIL/AGENCY MEMBERS 8.1 Status of Homelessness Efforts. (Eddie Manfro) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council consider the information presented and provide direction regarding future efforts. 8.2 Consideration of Term Limits for Elected Officials. (Christine Cordon) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council consider the data and provide direction regarding term limits for elected officials. 8.3 Resolution Condemning Campaign of Political Disruption and Misinformation to Foment Disorder in the City and on the City Council. (Mayor Tri Ta) RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Mayor and City Council consider the proposed resolution and provide direction. 9. COMMENTS FROM CITY COUNCIL/AGENCY MEMBERS (Including AB 1234 Report when required) Page 10 AGENDA September 11, 2019 10. COUNCIL ADJOURNMENT Next Regular Meeting will be held Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers. DECLARATION: This agenda was posted on the Bulletin Board outside of the Council Chambers, where completely accessible to the public, at least 72 hours in advance of the City Council Meeting. Christine Cordon, City Clerk Page 11