City Council and Housing Authority
Meeting Agenda


Tuesday, December 3, 2019


REGULAR CLOSED SESSION MEETING
City Council Chamber
22 Civic Center Plaza
Santa Ana, California
5:00 PM


REGULAR OPEN MEETING
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER
22 Civic Center Plaza
5:45 PM
(Immediately following the Closed Session Meeting)


Miguel A. Pulido
Mayor
MPulido@santa-ana.org

Vicente F. Sarmiento
Councilmember - Ward 1
VSarmiento@santa-ana.org

Jose Solorio
Councilmember - Ward 3
JSolorio@santa-ana.org

Juan Villegas
Mayor Pro Tem - Ward 5
JVillegas@santa-ana.org

 

David Penaloza
Councilmember - Ward 2
DPenaloza@santa-ana.org

Phil Bacerra
Councilmember - Ward 4

Cecila Iglesias
Councilmember - Ward 6
CIglesias@santa-ana.org

Mayor and Council telephone: 714-647-6900
Agenda item inquiries: 714-647-6520

Sonia R. Carvalho
City Attorney
Kristine Ridge
City Manager
Daisy Gomez
Clerk of the Council

NOTE: If you need special assistance to participate in this Council meeting, please contact Michael Ortiz, City ADA Program Coordinator, at (714) 647-5624. Please call prior to the meeting date, to allow the City enough time to make reasonable arrangements for accessibility to this meeting. [Americans with Disabilities Act, Title II, 28 CFR 35.102]

 

Basic City Council Meeting Information

Agenda & Materials - The agenda titles provide the public with a list of items to be considered by the Council broken down into four categories: Presentations, Consent Calendar, Business Calendar and Public Hearings. Presentations are ceremonial. Consent Calendar are considered to be routine by the City Council and may be enacted by one motion without discussion unless a member of the Council "pulls" an item(s) for a separate vote. Business Calendar and Public Hearing items are considered individually. Additional information of the various categories on the agenda is found on the "Understanding Your City Council Meeting Agenda" pamphlet at: https://www.santa-ana.org/sites/default/files/cc/documents/understanding_council_agenda.pdf. The Council is not limited in any way by the "recommended action" and may take any action which the council deems to be appropriate on an agenda item. Except as otherwise provided by law, no action shall be taken on any item not listed on the agenda. All staff reports and any non-confidential writings or documents provided to a majority of the City Council members regarding any item on this agenda are available for public inspection in the Clerk of the Council Office during regular business hours and posted on the City's website the Friday before a Council meeting at: https://www.santa-ana.org/cc/city-meetings

Public Comments / Oral Communication- Pursuant to Government Code Sec. 54954.3, the public may address the City Council and any other legislative body scheduled to meet on same day and time on any and all matters within the jurisdiction of the City.

The public will be given the opportunity to speak on any item listed on the Agenda during the first Public Comments portion of the Agenda, with the exception of Public Hearings that are considered separately and on non-agendized items within the jurisdiction of the City Council during the second Public Comments portion of the Agenda. At the discretion of the Presiding Mayor, all comments may be considered jointly. All requests to speak shall be submitted in writing to the Clerk of the Council at the beginning of the meeting and before Public Comments begin. Speaker forms will be available at the meeting.

REQUESTS TO SPEAK SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE PUBLIC COMMENT SESSION BEGINS WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE PRESIDING MAYOR.When speaking, all persons addressing the City Council shall follow the rules of decorum as detailed on the back of the speaker form. The presiding officer shall have the power and responsibility to enforce decorum and order of the meeting as set forth in Section 2-104(c) of the Santa Ana Municipal Code.

Written Communication - Correspondence regarding any item on the agenda may be faxed to (714) 647-6956 or emailed to eComments@santa-ana.org. Please submit by 3 p.m. on City Council meeting day to allow sufficient time to upload to the website and circulate to the City Council for their consideration. Emails received after 3 p.m. will be uploaded to the City's website the day after the meeting.

Translation Services - Spanish interpreting services are provided at City Council meetings. Simultaneous Spanish interpretation is provided through the use of headsets and consecutive interpretation (Spanish-to-English) in addition to those wishing to address the City Council at the podium.

La ciudad provee servicios de interpretación al español en las juntas del Concilio. La interpretación simultánea al español se ofrece por medio del uso de audífonos y la interpretación consecutiva (español a inglés) también está disponible para cualquiera que desee dirigirse al concilio municipal en el podio.

Televised Meeting Schedule - All regular meetings will be televised and available for viewing on the City's cable channel. Meetings held in the Council Chamber or other designated locations which are televised live on CTV3 Spectrum (formerly Time Warner Cable) will be cablecast Mondays at 6:00 p.m., Tuesdays immediately following the meeting at 9:00 a.m., Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m., and Sundays at 1:00 p.m. Meetings are also available in SAP. Meetings held in locations that do not have a live cable feed will be videotaped and shown on CTV3 the day after the meeting. DVD copies of the meetings are available for public circulation at the Santa Ana Main Library the day after a meeting.

 

CITY VISION, STRATEGIC PLAN AND CODE OF ETHICS

The City of Santa Ana is committed to achieving a shared vision for the organization and its community. The Vision, Mission and Guiding Principles (Values) are the result of a thoughtful and inclusive process designed to set the City and organization on a course that meets the challenges of today and tomorrow, as follow:

Vision - The dynamic center of Orange County which is acclaimed for our: Investment in youth * Safe and healthy community * Neighborhood pride * Thriving economic climate * Enriched and diverse culture * Quality government services

Mission - To deliver efficient public services in partnership with our community which ensures public safety, a prosperous economic environment, opportunities for our youth, and a high quality of life for residents.

Guiding Principles - Collaboration * Efficiency * Equity * Excellence * Fiscal Responsibility * Innovation * Transparency

Five-Year Strategic Plan - Goals/Objectives/Strategies: Full report available at: http://www.santa-ana.org/strategic-planning/
Goal 1 - Community Safety
Goal 2 - Youth, Education, Recreation
Goal 3 - Economic Development
Goal 4 - City Financial Stability
Goal 5 - Community Health, Livability, Engagement & Sustainability
Goal 6 - Community Facilities & Infrastructure
Goal 7 - Team Santa Ana

Code of Ethics and Conduct - At the Special Municipal Election held on February 5, 2008, voters approved an amendment to the City Charter which established the Code of Ethics and Conduct for elected officials and members of appointed boards, commissions, and committees to assure public confidence. The following are the core values expressed: * Integrity * Honesty * Responsibility * Fairness * Accountability * Respect * Efficiency

 

 

CITY OF SANTA ANA

REGULAR CLOSED SESSION
OF THE CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

December 3, 2019
5:00 P.M.

City Council Chamber
22 Civic Center Plaza
Santa Ana, California  92702

Call to Order

Mayor PULIDO

Councilmembers, BACERRA, IGLESIAS, PENALOZA, SARMIENTO, SOLORIO AND VILLEGAS

City Manager, City Attorney, Clerk of the Council

PUBLIC COMMENTS - Members of the public may address the City Council on items on the Closed Session Agenda.

CLOSED SESSION ITEMS - The Brown Act permits legislative bodies to discuss certain matters without members of the public present. The City Council finds, based on advice from the City Attorney, that discussion in open session of the following matters will prejudice the position of the City in existing and anticipated litigation:

  1. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION pursuant to Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9 of the Government Code:

    1. Laura and John Franks v. City of Santa Ana, Orange County Superior Court, Case No. 30-2019-01051892-CU-OE-CJC
    2. Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development v. City of Santa Ana, Orange County Superior Court, Case No. 30-2019-01070617-CU-WM-CJC
  2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL --ANTICIPATED LITIGATION pursuant to paragraph (2) OR (3) of subdivision (d) of Section 54956.9 of the Government Code: One
  3. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6(a):

Agency Negotiators: Human Resources Executive Director, Steven Pham

CLOSED SESSION REPORT - The City Attorney will report on any action(s) to be taken at the Regular Meeting which will begin immediately following the Closed Session Meeting.

ADJOURN CLOSED SESSION AND CONVENE TO THE REGULAR OPEN SESSION.

 

 

CITY OF SANTA ANA
CITY COUNCIL REGULAR OPEN MEETING

December 3, 2019

REGULAR OPEN MEETING 5:45 p.m. (Immediately following the Closed Session Meeting)

CALL TO ORDER MAYOR PULIDO
COUNCILMEMBERS BACERRA, IGLESIAS, PENALOZA, SARMIENTO, SOLORIO, AND VILLEGAS

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE MAYOR PULIDO

INVOCATION BOB BARNETT, POLICE CHAPLAIN

CEREMONIAL PRESENTATIONS

  1. CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION presented by MAYOR PULIDO recognizing the Orange County School of the Arts for their 20th Anniversary in the City of Santa Ana and for their Outstanding Contributions to the Community.
  2. CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION presented by MAYOR PRO TEM VILLEGAS recognizing Santa Ana Police Department Explorers for their Outstanding Contributions to the Community.
  3. CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION presented by COUNCILMEMBER IGLESIAS recognizing Teresa “Tita” Smith of Catholic Charities of Orange County for her Outstanding Contributions to the Community.
  4. CERTIFICATES OF RECOGNITION presented by COUNCILMEMBER PENALOZA recognizing Kent Huskins of Huskins Coffee Company for his Outstanding Contributions to the Community.
  5. CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION presented by COUNCILMEMBER SARMIENTO recognizing Godinez Fundamental High School and Saddleback High School Counseling Programs for their Outstanding Contributions to the Community.

CLOSED SESSION REPORT
The City Attorney will report items to be added to Consent Calendar Item 19A from the Closed Session meeting.

PUBLIC COMMENTS
Pursuant to Government Code Sec. 54954.3, members of the public may address either the City Council or any of the City’s other related entities, such as the Housing Authority, Successor Agency or other legislative bodies, meeting in conjunction with this scheduled meeting. Public comments may be made on any and all matters within the City of Santa Ana's jurisdiction or the jurisdiction of the other related entities.

At the discretion of the Chair, at the first Public Comment portion of the meeting, all comments may be considered jointly. The public will be given the opportunity to speak three (3) minutes on any and all matters contained on any of the Consent Calendar and Business Calendar items and/or on issues of public interest within the jurisdiction of the City. For public hearings, members of the public shall be given three (3) minutes for each duly noticed hearing (unless the matter is continued prior to taking public testimony). All requests to speak shall be submitted in writing to the Clerk of the Council at the beginning of the meeting and before Public Comments begin. Speaker forms will be available at the meeting.

REQUESTS TO SPEAK SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE PUBLIC COMMENT SESSION BEGINS WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE MAYOR. When speaking, all persons addressing the City Council shall follow the rules of decorum as detailed on the back of the speaker form. The presiding officer shall have the power and responsibility to enforce decorum and order of the meeting as set forth in Section 2-104(c) of the Santa Ana Municipal Code.

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve staff recommendations on the following Consent Calendar items: Items 11A through 25E.

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

ORDINANCES/SECOND READING
In the event a Councilmember recorded an “abstention” before consideration of the following ordinance(s) on first reading, such abstention will also be reflected in the minutes for second reading.

11A. ORDINANCE SECOND READING: APPROVING DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT NO. 2018-01 WITH AC 2525 MAIN, LLC AND AMENDMENT APPLICATION NO. 2018-01 TO ESTABLISH SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT NO. 93 (SD-93) FOR 2525 NORTH MAIN STREET {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 3, 2} – Planning and Building Agency

Placed on first reading at the November 19, 2019 City Council meeting and approved by a vote of 4-3 (Bacerra, Pulido and Villegas dissented).

Published in the Orange County Reporter on November 22, 2019.

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Place ordinances on second reading and adopt.

  1. ORDINANCE NO. NS-2979 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA APPROVING DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT NO. 2018-01 BETWEEN THE CITY OF SANTA ANA AND AC 2525 MAIN, LLC FOR CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2525 NORTH MAIN STREET WITHIN THE CITY OF SANTA ANA PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 65864, ET SEQ.
  2. ORDINANCE NO. NS-2980 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVING AMENDMENT APPLICATION NO. 2018-10 REZONING THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2525 NORTH MAIN STREET FROM PROFESSIONAL (P) TO SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT NO. 93 (SD-93) (AA NO. 2018-10) AND ADOPTING SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT NO. 93 (SD-93) FOR SAID PROPERTY

 

BOARDS / COMMISSIONS / COMMITTEES

13A. APPOINT GILBERT VASQUEZ TO THE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING COMMISSION FOR A FULL-TERM EXPIRING DECEMBER 8, 2020 AS THE SENIOR TENANT REPRESENTATIVE {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 5, 1} - Clerk of the Council Office

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Nominate Gilbert Vasquez for an appointment to the Community Redevelopment and Housing Commission for the vacant Senior Tenant Commissioner seat; nominated by the Community Development Agency.

13B. APPOINT NORMA GARCIA NOMINATED BY COUNCILMEMBER SARMIENTO AS THE WARD 1 REPRESENTATIVE TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION FOR A PARTIAL-TERM EXPIRING DECEMBER 8, 2020 {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 5, 1} - Clerk of the Council Office

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Nominate Norma Garcia for an appointment to the Planning Commission as the Ward 1 representative (replaces E. Alderete).

MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATION

19A. CONFIRMATION OF CLOSED SESSION ACTION(S) – City Attorney’s Office

19B. EXCUSED ABSENCES – Clerk of the Council Office

19C. RECEIVE AND FILE FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019 GENERAL FUND PRELIMINARY FISCAL YEAR END RESULTS AND FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 GENERAL FUND – FIRST QUARTER UPDATE {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 4, 1} – Finance and Management Services Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Receive and file Fiscal Year 2018-2019 General Fund preliminary fiscal year end results and Fiscal Year 2019-2020 General Fund First Quarter Update.

BUDGETARY MATTERS

APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENTS

20A. APPROVE APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENTS TO FUND AUTHORIZED POLICE OFFICER POSITIONS APPROPRIATE FUNDING FOR OVERTIME AND UNFUNDED LIABILITY PAYMENTS PREVIOUSLY FUNDED IN THE PARKING FUND {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 1,1i} – Police Department

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Authorize the funding of eighteen (18) police officer positions previously unfunded within the General Fund for an approximate annualized cost of $2,700,000. This amount includes the partial year funding of $1,312,500 proposed in action item #2.
  2. Approve appropriation adjustments. (Requires five affirmative votes).

    1. APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENT NO. 2020–069 – To utilize General Fund balances from prior fiscal year (2018-19) in the amount of $1,312,500 to provide partial year funding for eighteen (18) authorized unfunded police officer positions in the Police Department’s Field Operations accounting unit for fiscal year 2019-20.
    2. APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENT NO. 2020–070 – To utilize General Fund balances from prior fiscal year (2018-19) to fund $977,620 for overtime and unfunded liability expenses previously funded through the Parking Downtown Enhancements fund.

20B. APPROVE AN APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENT, AMEND THE FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM, AUTHORIZE A BUDGET REALLOCATION, AND AWARD A CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT TO ARAMEXX CONSTRUCTION IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,000,910, FOR THE LINCOLN AVENUE PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY FROM PARK LANE TO SANTIAGO CREEK PROJECT WITH AN ESTIMATED TOTAL PROJECT COST OF $1,201,886 (PROJECT NO 17-6802) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 6, 1C} – Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Approve an appropriation adjustment. (Requires five affirmative votes).

    APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENT NO. 2020–066 – To spend $43,000 from prior year fund balance in the Select Street Construction Fund, Improvements Other Than Building expenditure account..
  2. Approve an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Capital Improvement Program to include additional construction funds in the amount of $43,000 for the Lincoln Avenue Pedestrian Pathway from Park Lane to Santiago Creek Project.
  3. Authorize reallocation of $128,886 in unspent project funds to the Lincoln Avenue Pedestrian Pathway from Park Lane to Santiago Creek Project (Project 17-6802) as follows: $82,926 in Measure M2 Local Fairshare funds from the Cabrillo Park Sidewalk Improvements project (Project 16-6862), $13,960 in Select Street Construction Gas Tax funds from the Omnibus Concrete Repair project (Project 18-6864), and $32,000 in Select Street Construction Gas Tax funds from the Lincoln/Fairhaven Access Trail project (Project 13-6795).
  4. Award a contract to Aramexx Construction, the lowest responsible bidder, in accordance with the base bid plus add Alternative Bid Items 54 and 55 in the amount of $1,000,910, for construction of the Lincoln Avenue Pedestrian Pathway from Park Lane to Santiago Creek Project, for the term beginning upon execution of the contract and ending upon project completion, and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and the City Attorney.
  5. Approve the Project Cost Analysis for a total estimated construction delivery cost of $1,201,886, which includes $1,000,910 for the construction contract; $123,550 for contract administration, inspection, and testing; and a $77,426 project contingency (approximately 7.7% of the construction contract amount).

 

20C. APPROVE APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019 HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FUNDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $4,850,000 {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 1.2, 6} – Police Department

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve an appropriation adjustment. (Requires five affirmative votes).

APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENT NO. 2020–065 - Recognizing $4,850,000 in the Fiscal Year 2019 Urban Area Security Initiative revenue account and appropriate same to expenditures accounts.

SPECIFICATIONS – PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES

22A. AMEND PURCHASE ORDER WITH TRANSWEST TRUCK CENTER, LLC, FOR TWO STAKE BED DUMP TRUCKS IN THE AMOUNT OF $172,072 (SPECIFICATION NO. 19-041) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 6, 2}- Finance and Management Services Agency and Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Amend the contract with Transwest Truck Center, LLC, for the procurement of two additional stake bed dump trucks in the amount of $162,072, plus a contingency of $10,000, for a total amount not to exceed $172,072, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney.

22B. AMEND THE CONTRACTS FOR ELECTRICAL REPAIRS AND REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR CITY WATER FACILITIES, INCREASING THE ANNUAL AGREEMENT AMOUNT BY $300,000, FOR A TOTAL REVISED ANNUAL AGGREGATE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $900,000 (NON-GENERAL FUND) (SPECIFICATION NO. 17-007) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 6,1} - Finance and Management Services Agency and Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Amend the contracts for electrical repair and rehabilitation services for City water facilities to increase the annual agreement amount by an additional $300,000, for a revised annual aggregate amount not to exceed $900,000, for the remainder of the contract and the two one-year renewal options, if exercised, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney with the following vendors:

  1. Inter-Pacific, Inc. ; Tustin location
  2. Leed Electric, Inc.; Santa Fe Springs location
  3. M. Brey Electric, Inc.; Beaumont location

22C. AWARD A PURCHASE ORDER FOR AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $101,007 TO GUARANTY CHEVROLET MOTORS INC. FOR FOUR CHEVROLET EQUINOX (GENERAL FUND) (SPECIFICATION NO. 19-084) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 6, 2} - Finance and Management Services Agency and Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize a one-time purchase and payment of purchase order to Guaranty Chevrolet Motors Inc., for four Chevrolet Equinox vehicles for an amount not to exceed $101,007, to be funded by the General Fund, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney.

22D. CONTRACTS AWARD FOR OFFICE FURNITURE, INSTALLATION AND RELATED SERVICES IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,131,240 (GENERAL FUND) (SPECIFICATION NO. 19-114) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 7, 5} - Finance and Management Services Agency; City Attorney’s Office; City Manager’s Office; Clerk of the Council Office; Human Resources Department; Information Technology Department; Library Department; Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency; Planning and Building Agency; Police Department and Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Award contracts for the purchase of office furniture, installation and related services for various citywide furniture projects beginning December 3, 2019 and expiring upon completion of the identified projects, in a total aggregate amount between the five selected vendors for a not to exceed amount of $1,028,400 plus a 10 percent contingency for a new total aggregate amount of $1,131,240, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney, with the following vendors:

  1. Culver-Newlin, Corona location
  2. GM Business Interiors, Riverside location
  3. Interior Office Solutions, Irvine location
  4. Pivot Interiors, Costa Mesa location
  5. Yamada Enterprises, Huntington Beach location

AGREEMENTS

25A. APPROVE AN AGREEMENT AMENDMENT WITH WEST COAST ARBORIST, INC. FOR TREE MAINTENANCE SERVICES FOR CITY PARKS THAT WILL INCREASE THE ANNUAL AGREEMENT AMOUNT BY $250,000 PER YEAR FOR THE CURRENT RENEWAL PERIOD ENDING ON JUNE 30, 2021 FOR A TOTAL ANNUAL AGREEMENT AMOUNT OF $1,540,767.60 WITH THE ADDITIONAL AMOUNT TO BE FUNDED BY THE GENERAL FUND AND CIVIC CENTER FUND {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 6, 1B} – Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to execute an agreement amendment with West Coast Arborist, Inc. for tree maintenance services for city parks to increase the annual agreement amount by $250,000 per year for the current renewal period ending on June 30, 2021. The new total annual agreement amount will be $1,540,767.60 with the additional amount to be funded by the General Fund and Civic Center Fund, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney (Agreement No. A-2019-XXX).

25B. APPROVE THE REVISED AGREEMENT WITH THE METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOR FUTURE SUPPLY ACTIONS FUNDING FOR THE RESTORATION FROM INVASIVE DREISSENID MUSSELS STUDY {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 5, 2} – Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to execute a revised agreement with the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California for Future Supply Actions Funding for the Restoration of Local Recharge Sources from Invasive Dreissenid Mussels Study, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney (Agreement No. A-2019-XXX).

25C. APPROVE SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH ITERIS, INC., TO EXTEND THE TERM BY ONE YEAR TO COMPLETE THE HARBOR BOULEVARD TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYNCHRONIZATION PROJECT (PROJECT NO. 156828) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 6, 1B} – Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to execute the second amendment to the professional services agreement with Iteris, Inc., to complete the Harbor Boulevard Traffic Signal Synchronization Project, by extending the term by an additional twelve months until December 31, 2020, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney. There is no change to the agreement amount (Agreement No. A-2019-XXX).

25D. APPROVE A SECOND AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH DOWNTOWN INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $500,000 TO PROVIDE CLEAN AND SAFE PROGRAM FOR DOWNTOWN SANTA ANA {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 3, 4A} – Community Development Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Authorize the City Manager to execute a Second Amendment to the Downtown Clean and Safe Program Services Agreement with Downtown Inc. (DTI) in the amount of $500,000 for the period of January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney (Agreement No. A-2019-XXX).

25E. APPROVE SECOND AMENDMENTS TO 2020 DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS FUND OPERATING AGREEMENTS WITH DOWNTOWN INC. AND SANTA ANA BUSINESS COUNCIL ($100,000 PER ORGANIZATION) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 3, 4F} – Community Development Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Authorize the City Manager to execute the Second Amendment to the Downtown Merchants Fund Operating Agreements for Downtown Inc. in the amount of $100,000 for the period of January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney (Agreement No. A-2019-XXX).
  2. Authorize the City Manager to execute the Second Amendment to the Downtown Merchants Fund Operating Agreement with Santa Ana Business Council in the amount of $100,000, for the period of January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney (Agreement No. A-2019-XXX).

 

**END OF CONSENT CALENDAR**

 

BUSINESS CALENDAR

RESOLUTIONS

55A. ADOPT A RESOLUTION APPROVING A MASTER PAY SCHEDULE IN CONFORMANCE WITH TITLE 2 OF THE CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS SECTION 570.5 AND THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM (CALPERS) {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 7, 4 & 6} – Human Resources Department

Continued from the November 19, 2019 City Council meeting by a vote of 5-0 (Iglesias and Sarmiento absent).

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt a resolution.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA TO ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 2019-XXX TO ADOPT AND APPROVE A MASTER SALARY SCHEDULE IN CONFORMANCE WITH TITLE 2 OF THE CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS, SECTION 570.5 AND THE CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM (CALPERS)

55B. ADOPT A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE SUBMISSION THE FISCAL YEAR 2018/19 MEASURE M2 YEAR-END EXPENDITURE REPORT TO CONTINUE RECEIVING COMPREHENSIVE TRANSPORTATION FUNDING PROGRAM FUNDS ESTIMATED AT A MINIMUM OF $4 MILLION ANNUALLY {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 6, 1G} – Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt a resolution.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA CONCERNING THE FY 2018/19 MEASURE M2 EXPENDITURE REPORT FOR THE CITY OF SANTA ANA

55C. ADOPT A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE WATER SUPPLY ASSESSMENT FOR THE MAINPLACE MALL PROJECT LOCATED AT 2800 NORTH MAIN STREET {STRATEGIC PLAN NOS. 3, 3; 5, 2} – Public Works Agency

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt a resolution.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA APPROVING THE WATER SUPPLY ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED MAINPLACE MALL MIXED-USE PROJECT LOCATED AT 2800 NORTH MAIN STREET

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS - BUSINESS

60A. ADOPT A RESOLUTION APPROVING SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 2019-01 AND DENSITY BONUS AGREEMENT NO. 2019-01 TO FACILITATE CONSTRUCTION OF THE FOURTH AND MAIN MIXED-USE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT LOCATED AT 114 AND 117 EAST FIFTH STREET {STRATEGIC PLAN NOS. 3, 2; 5, 3} – Planning and Building Agency and Community Development Agency

Continued from the November 19, 2019 City Council meeting by a vote of 5-0 (Iglesias and Sarmiento absent).

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Adopt a resolution.

    A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA APPROVING AND ADOPTING AN ADDENDUM TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE TRANSIT ZONING CODE PROJECT (SCH NO. 2006071100) FOR THE FIRST AMERICAN MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT LOCATED AT 114 EAST FIFTH STREET AND 117 EAST FIFTH STREET, AND RE-ADOPTION OF THE MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
  2. Adopt a resolution.

    A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA APPROVING SITE PLAN REVIEW NO. 2019-01 AS CONDITIONED AND APPROVING DENSITY BONUS AGREEMENT NO. 2019-01 AS CONDITIONED FOR A NEW MIXED-USE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 114 EAST FIFTH STREET (SITE A) AND 117 EAST FIFTH STREET (SITE B)
  3. Authorize the City Manager to execute a Density Bonus Agreement with Toll Brothers Apartment Living or assignees for a 55-year term, for the development of a mixed-use residential and commercial development with up to 220 residential rental units, including 11 residential rental affordable units, at 114 and 117 East Fifth Street, subject to non-substantive changes approved by the City Manager and City Attorney (Agreement No. A-2019-XXX).

60B. APPOINT MEMBER TO THE ORANGE COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL BOARD {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 5, 1} – Clerk of the Council Office

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Select a member to the Orange County Vector Control and appoint for a two (2) year term expiring January 2022 or
  2. Council may decide to appoint for a four (4) year term expiring in January 2024.

60C. ELECTION OF MAYOR PRO TEM 2018-2020 {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 5, 1} – Clerk of the Council

Continued from the November 19, 2019 City Council meeting by a vote of 5-0 (Iglesias and Sarmiento absent).

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. The Mayor calls for nominations for Mayor Pro Tem position.
  2. Close nominations for position.
  3. The Mayor declares the result of the election.

REPORTS

65A. APPROVE THE ANNUAL CALENDAR OF REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS FOR 2020 {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 5, 1} – Clerk of the Council Office

Continued from the November 19, 2019 City Council meeting by a vote of 5-0 (Iglesias and Sarmiento absent).

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Review calendar of regularly scheduled City Council Meetings in 2020.
  2. Cancel the regularly scheduled City Council meeting for January 7, 2020; August 4, 2020; and November 3, 2020.
  3. Direct staff to post Notice of Cancellation(s). The City Council hereby waives notice of said meetings as required by the government code.

65B. APPROVE DISPLAY OF “E PLURIBUS UNUM” IN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS AND DIRECT STAFF TO INSTALL THE PREFERRED INSTALLATION OPTION {STRATEGIC PLAN NOS. 1-7} – Clerk of the Council Office

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Approve the display of “E Pluribus Unum,” Latin for “Out of Many, One,” in the City Council Chambers.
  2. Direct staff to install one of the following installation options:

    Option #1 or #2 – $19,000 estimated budget

    Option #1: Install the Motto and Seal in a stacked configuration, above the existing alcove.

    Option #2: Install the Motto and Seal side-by-side, above the existing alcove.

    Option #3 or #4 – $25,000 estimated budget

    Option #3: Install the Motto and Seal in a stacked configuration, above the existing alcove, with a curtain system.

    Option #4: Install the Motto and Seal side-by-side, above the existing alcove, with a curtain system.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

75A. PUBLIC HEARING – RESOLUTION AND ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE UPDATED CALIFORNIA AND INTERNATIONAL BUILDING AND FIRE CODES WITH AMENDMENT AND REQUISITE FINDINGS {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 3, 3} – Planning and Building Agency and Orange County Fire Authority

Legal Notice published in the Orange County Reporter on November 8, 2019.

Continued from the November 19, 2019 City Council meeting by a vote of 5-0 (Iglesias and Sarmiento absent).

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Adopt a resolution.

    A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA CALIFORNIA, SETTING FORTH FINDINGS WITH RESPECT TO LOCAL CONDITIONS WITHIN THE CITY OF SANTA ANA WHICH JUSTIFY CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS AND CHANGES TO THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE, CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL CODE, CALIFORNIA GREEN BUILDING STANDARDS CODE, CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL CODE, CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE, CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE, CALIFORNIA ENERGY CODE, CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE, CALIFORNIA EXISTING BUILDING CODE, AND INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE AS AMENDED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
  2. Place ordinance on first reading and authorize publication of title.

    AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA AMENDING CHAPTERS 8 AND 14 OF THE SANTA ANA MUNICIPAL CODE TO ADOPT AND AMEND THERETO THE MOST RECENTLY ENACTED CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE, CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL CODE, CALIFORNIA GREEN BUILDING STANDARDS CODE, CALIFORNIA ELECTRICAL CODE, CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE, CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE, CALIFORNIA ENERGY CODE, CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE, CALIFORNIA EXISTING BUILDING CODE, AND INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

75B. PUBLIC HEARING – INTENT TO LEVY 2020 DOWNTOWN BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT ASSESSMENT {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 3, 4F} – Community Development Agency

Legal Notice published in the Orange County Reporter on November 22, 2019.

RECOMMENDED ACTION:

  1. Conduct a public hearing to consider all protests regarding the intention to levy an assessment for 2020 for the Downtown Santa Ana Business Improvement District.
  2. Review any written protests filed prior to the close of the public hearing and determine whether they constitute a majority protest.
  3. Adopt a resolution.

    A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA LEVYING AN ASSESSMENT FOR THE DOWNTOWN SANTA ANA BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2020

COUNCIL AGENDA ITEMS
Pursuant to Santa Ana Charter Section 411, any member of the City Council may place items on the City Council Agenda to be considered by the City Council. Only action available to City Council is to provide direction to City Manager.

85A. DISCUSS AND CONSIDER DIRECTING CITY MANAGER TO DIRECT STAFF TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF A DOG PARK – Councilmembers Iglesias and Penaloza

85B. DISCUSS AND CONSIDER DIRECTING CITY MANAGER TO DIRECT STAFF AS APPROPRIATE, TO CONDUCT OUTREACH TO NEIGHBORHOODS TO EXPLORE MAINTENANCE NEEDS AND NEW AMENITIES (E.G., NEW LIGHTING, SECURITY CAMERAS, GATES, DOG-FRIENDLY ITEMS, TREES, LANDSCAPING, CHILDREN PLAY AREAS, EXERCISE EQUIPMENT, WALK PATHS, ETC.) FOR THEIR AREA PARKS – Councilmember Solorio

COMMENTS

PUBLIC COMMENTS (If not considered by the Chair at an earlier time. Please refer to Basic City Council Meeting Information page for details).

90A. CITY MANAGER’S COMMENTS

90B. CITY COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS

  1. AB1234 DISCLOSURE – If the City paid for travel or other expenses this is the time for members of the Council to provide a brief oral report on attendance of any regional board or commission meeting or any conference, meeting or event attended.
  2. ORAL REPORTS FROM STANDING OR AD-HOC CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES

ADJOURNMENT - The next meeting of the City Council is scheduled for Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. for the Closed Session Meeting immediately followed by the Regular Open Business Meeting at 5:45 p.m. in the Council Chamber, 22 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, California.

 

 

CITY OF SANTANA
HOUSING AUTHORITY REGULAR MEETING

DECEMBER 3, 2019

CALL TO ORDER CHAIRPERSON PULIDO

HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD MEMBERS: BACERRA, IGLESIAS, PENALOZA, SARMIENTO, SOLORIO, VILLEGAS

Executive Director, Authority General Counsel, Recording Secretary

PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS AND ITEMS OF PUBLIC INTEREST
(Refer to page 2 “Public Input” for description.)

CONSENT CALENDAR

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve staff recommendation on Consent Calendar Items 1 through 2.

  1. EXCUSED ABSENCES

    RECOMMENDED ACTION: Excuse absent Housing Authority Member(s).
  2. RECEIVE AND FILE QUARTERLY REPORT FOR HOUSING CHOICE VOUCHER PROGRAM JULY 2019 – SEPTEMBER 2019 {STRATEGIC PLAN NO. 5, 3}

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Receive and file the Quarterly Report for the Housing Choice Voucher Program for the period of July 2019 – September 2019.

*** END OF CONSENT CALENDAR ***

COMMENTS

  1. HOUSING AUTHORITY MEMBER COMMENTS

AT THIS TIME Housing Authority members may comment on non-agenda matters and ask questions of or give directions to staff. NO action may be taken on non-agenda items unless authorized by law.

ADJOURNMENT