AMENDED AGENDA
ITEM 9.h ADDED


COUNCILMEMBERS
Edi E. Birsan, Mayor
Carlyn S. Obringer, Vice Mayor
Laura M. Hoffmeister
Ronald E. Leone
Timothy A. McGallian
Civic Center
1950 Parkside Drive
Concord, CA 94519
www.cityofconcord.org

City of Concord California

Regular Meeting of the Concord City Council



Tuesday, October 9, 2018
6:00 p.m. Closed Session - Council Chamber. 1950 Parkside Drive
6:30 p.m. Open Session - Council Chamber. 1950 Parkside Drive



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AGENDIZED ITEMS - The public is entitled to address the City Council on items appearing on the agenda before or during the City Council's consideration of that item. Each speaker will be limited to approximately three minutes.


CLOSED SESSION

  1. OPENING
    Roll Call

  2. PUBLIC COMMENT

  3. CLOSED SESSION
    1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION
      Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1)
      Name of case: Flores v. City of Concord, et al., United States District Court Case No. 4:15-cv-05244-PJH

  4. RECESS TO OPEN SESSION

  5. OPENING
    Roll Call
    Pledge to the Flag - Vice Mayor Obringer

  6. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
    This is a 15-minute Public Comment Period for items within the City Council's subject matter jurisdiction that are not on this agenda. Each speaker will be limited to approximately three minutes. State law prohibits the City Council from acting at this meeting on any matter raised during the Public Comment Period.

  7. PRESENTATIONS
    1. Presentation - to Sara Zoccoli, Mt. Diablo Council PTA, proclaiming October 10, 2018, as "Walk to School Day" in the City of Concord. Introduction by Mayor Birsan.
    2. Presentation - to Donna Feingold, Executive Director, Adaptive Learning Center, proclaiming October 12, 2018, as “Adaptive Learning Center Day” in the City of Concord. Introduction by Mayor Birsan.
    3. Presentation - by Carlyn Obringer, Chair of the Concord 4th of July Parade, to the winning entries of the 2016 4th of July Parade and special recognitions to supporters of the 4th of July activities, and presentation by Florence Weiss, Downtown Program Manager, to the sponsors of Concords' 2018 Music and Market Series. Introduction by Mayor Birsan.
    4. Presentation - of Business Recognition Awards to Mary Totah, Parma Deli; Mary Anne Rhoe, General Manager, and Kerri Harris-Gay, Director of Sales, Clarion Hotel Concord. Overview of program by Brian Nunnally, Business Development Manager; introduction of receipients by Marilyn Fowler, President/CEO, Concord Greater Chamber of Commerce. Presentations by Mayor Birsan.
    5. Presentation - by Mike Thomas, Executive Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer, John Muir Health, on the John Muir Concord campus and services. Introduction by Mayor Birsan.
    6. Presentation - by Guy Bjerke, Director, Community Reuse Planning, on the status of the Community Reuse Project. Introduction by Mayor Birsan.

  8. ANNOUNCEMENTS

  9. CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR
    The public is entitled to address the City Council on items appearing on the Consent Calendar before or during the City Council's consideration of the Consent Calendar. Adoption of the Consent Calendar may be made by one motion of the City Council, provided that any Councilmember, individual or organization may request removal of an item from the Consent Calendar for separate consideration. If a request for removal of an item from the Consent Calendar has been received, the Mayor may defer action on the particular item and place the same on the regular agenda for consideration in any order s/he deems appropriate.
    1. Considering - approval of the minutes from the meetings of August 7 and 11, 2018. Recommended by the City Clerk.
    2. Considering - adoption of Resolution No. 18-65 accepting a grant funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety in the amount of $175,000 for implementation of the Select Traffic Enforcement Program and appropriation of funds for use in the City's Selective Traffic Enforcement Program. Recommended by the Chief of Police.
    3. Considering - amendment of an agreement for the provision of diesel fuel services with Flyers Energy, increasing the not to exceed amount by $55,478.50 per year, for a total contract amount of $90,000 per year; and authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement, subject to approval of the City Attorney. (Fleet Replacement Fund) Recommended by the Director of Public Works.
    4. Considering - acceptance of Measure Q Pavement Repair Projects #5 and #6, which were bid as one project and provided pavement repair and maintenance and sanitary sewer spot repairs and maintenance and sanitary sewer spot repairs on various City streets (Measure Q Pavement Maintenance Project #5 (Project No. 2332) and Measure Q Pavement Repair Project (Project No. 2333), respectively); directing the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion; approving Contract Change Order #5 for the project in the amount of $71,103.40; approving Amendment #2 to the Agreement for Professional Services with Swinerton Management and Consulting in the amount of $13,123 for construction management, inspection, and materials testing services; authorizing the City Manager to execute the Amendment in a form acceptable to the City Attorney; and approving a budget transfer in the amount of $105,000. ($83,000 from Measure Q Lease Revenue Fund and $22,000 from Sanitary Sewer Fund) Recommended by the Director of Community and Economic Development.
    5. Considering - approval of a Professional Services Agreement with PCS Mobile at a total cost not to exceed $465,000 (quote, tax, and 5% IT contingency) for the Mobile Digital Computer (MDC) contract; approval of award to QPCS, LLC at a cost not to exceed $60,000 for the purchase of Cradlepoint and antenna devices; and approval of an amendment to the agreement with Pursuit North-LEHR to increase the agreement amount by $12,000 (quote, tax and 5% IT contingency) for a total agreement amount of $255,222; and authorizing the City Manager to execute the Amendment in a form acceptable to the City Attorney. (IT Replacement Fund) Recommended by the Chief of Police.
    6. Considering - adoption of Resolution No. 18-61 accepting $31,950 in funding under the California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Abatement City/County Payment Program and allocate this funding to litter abatement activities. Recommended by the Director of Public Works.

      CEQA: Not a project/exempt per Guidelines Sections 15060(c)(2), 15061(b)(3), and 15300.2.
    7. Considering - approval to enter into a three-year agreement with Hartford Financial Services in the amount of $182,178 as the Third Party Administrator of the City of Concord's Group Life & Disability Insurance Plans; and authorizing the City Manager to execute the application and subsequent agreement in a form acceptable to the City Attorney. Recommended by the Director of Human Resources.
    8. Considering – rejection of all bids submitted for the Concord Community Pool Plaster Replacement Project (Project No. 2435); and directing staff to re-advertise the project bids. Recommended by the Director of Community and Economic Development.

      Staff Report will be benched


  10. CORRESPONDENCE
    Correspondence received at the City Council meeting will be listed here on the Annotated Agenda.

  11. REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
    1. Closed Session Announcements
    2. City Manager or Staff Reports
    3. Council Reports


  12. ADJOURNMENT

Next Meeting: Regular Meeting
Date: 10/23/2018 6:30 PM.


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The following is a list of regular Council Committee meeting dates. Most meetings are held in the Garden Conference Room, 1950 Parkside Drive, Concord. NOTE: Meetings are subject to change or cancellation. For latest information and committee agendas please call 671-3158.

Committee Chair/Member Meeting Time
Policy Development & Internal Operations Birsan/Obringer 2nd Wednesday at 5:30 pm
Housing & Economic Development Obringer/McGallian 4th Monday at 5:30 pm
Infrastructure & Franchise Hoffmeister/Leone 2nd Monday at 6:00 pm
Recreation, Cultural Affairs & Community Services McGallian/Birsan 3rd Wednesday at 5:30 pm
Youth & Education Leone/Hoffmeister 3rd Monday at 6:00 pm
 
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