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CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA

CITY COUNCIL
Staff Report

April 3, 2018
CONSENT AGENDA

TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members

SUBMITTED BY: Tom Graves, MMC - City Clerk

APPROVED BY: Chip Rerig, City Administrator

Draft Minutes -
1.) March 2, 2018 City Council Special Meeting Closed Session and;
2.) March 5, 2018 City Council Regular Meeting & Closed Session; and
SUBJECT: 3.) March 6, 2018 City Council Regular Meeting & Closed Session; and
4.) March 7, 2018 City Council Special Meeting, and
5.) March 20, 2018 City Council Special Meeting.

RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the Minutes.
BACKGROUND/SUMMARY:

FISCAL IMPACT:

PRIOR CITY COUNCIL ACTION:

ATTACHMENTS:

Attachment 1, March 2, 2018 Minutes.


Attachment 2, March 5, 2018 Minutes.
Attachment 3, March 6, 2018 Minutes.
Attachment 4, March 7, 2018 Minutes.
Attachment 5, March 21, 2018 Minutes.
Attachment 1
City Council Special Meeting Minutes
March 2, 2018

CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING - CLOSED SESSION


Friday, March 2, 2018
OPEN SESSION
8:00 AM

CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

Mayor pro tem Theis called the meeting to order at 8:00 a.m.

Present: Mayor pro tem Theis, Councilmembers Reimers and Hardy


Absent: Mayor Dallas, Councilmember Richards

Also Present: City Attorney Mozingo, Deputy City Attorney Rose, Assistant City Attorney Giffen
ANNOUNCEMENTS None

PUBLIC APPEARANCES None

8:05 A.M.
CLOSED SESSION
Item A: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION (Facts and Circumstances)
Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section
54956.9(d)(2): 2 cases

This item was continued to a Closed Session on March 5, 2018.

ADJOURNMENT

APPROVED: ATTEST:

________________________________ _________________________________
Carrie Theis, Mayor pro tem Thomas A. Graves, MMC
City Clerk
City Council Meeting Minutes
Attachment
March 5, 20182
REGULAR MEETING
Tuesday, March 5, 2018 Revised
CLOSED SESSION

4:00 P.M.
OPEN

CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL CLOSED SESSION


A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(D)(1)
Name of Case: Gerit Sand; Cobblestone Bakery, a sole proprietorship, Plaintiff
v. City of Carmel- by-the-Sea, Defendant - Monterey County Superior Court
Case No. M130393
B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION (Facts and Circumstances) Significant exposure to litigation
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): 2
cases
C. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION - FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES RULING OF FEBRUARY 16,
2018. (Facts and Circumstances) Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to
subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) and Government
Code Section 87100: 1 case.
D. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION - FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES RULING OF FEBRUARY 16,
2018. (Facts and Circumstances - C. Hardy, Case # 17/551) Significant
exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section
54956.9(d)(2) and Government Code Section 87100: 1 case.

OPEN SESSION
4:30 PM
CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
Mayor Dallas called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.

Present: Councilmembers Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Mayor pro tem Theis and Mayor Dallas

Absent: None
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

A. Monterey-Salinas Transit Presentation


B. Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau Presentation
C. Monterey Bay Community Power Presentation

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City Council Meeting Minutes
Attachment
March 5, 20182
D. Pacific Gas & Electric Presentation, New Gas Line Project

The Closed Session of March 5, 2018, Continued from March 2, 2018 was as
follows:
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION (Facts and Circumstances) Significant exposure to litigation
pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): 2 cases

Continued: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED


LITIGATION (Facts and Circumstances) Significant exposure to litigation under subdivision
(b) of Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): 2 cases
This item was continued to the March 6, 2018 meeting.
ADJOURNMENT

APPROVED: ATTEST:

______________ ________________
Steve G. Dallas, Mayor Thomas A. Graves, MMC
City Clerk

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Attachment 3
REGULAR MEETING
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
REVISED AGENDA

3:30 P.M.

TOUR OF INSPECTION
Mayor Dallas called the meeting to order at 3:30 p.m.
Present: Councilmembers Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Mayor pro tem Theis and Mayor Dallas
Absent: None
Item A: Tour - Guadalupe Street 4 NE of 3rd Avenue in the Single-Family Residential (R-1)
Zoning District. The project applicant is Jaroslav and Janna Stepanek. The application is being
appealed by Mo and Fay Massoudi.

Mayor Dallas was recused from this item, due to proximity.

Item B: Tour - Coastal Development Permit (CDP 16-315) for the North Dunes Restoration
Project.

Mayor Dallas joined the tour for the above item.


OPEN SESSION
4:30 PM

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

Mayor Dallas called the meeting to order at 4:30 p.m.

Present: Councilmembers Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Mayor pro tem Theis and Mayor Dallas

Absent: None

Staff: Chip Rerig, City Administrator


Maxine Gullo, Assistant City Administrator
Glen Mozingo, City Attorney
Jon Giffen, Assistant City Attorney
Marc Wiener, Director, Community Planning & Building
Marnie Waffle, Senior Planner
Dick Bower, Building Official
Bob Harary, Director, Public Works
Paul Tomasi, Chief of Police/Director, Public Safety
Ashlee Wright, Director, Library and Community Activities
EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS

Item A: Presentation of a Proclamation to American Red Cross Central Coast.


Councilmember Hardy presented the Proclamation to Dick Bower.

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Attachment 3
Item B: New Employee Introductions
Director Harary introduced Lisa Leo, Project Manager and Robert Estrella, Project
Manager.

City Attorney Mozingo introduced Assistant City Attorney Jon Giffen.


PUBLIC APPEARANCES
SPEAKING IN OPPOSITION TO THE EASTSIDE PARKWAY
Kathleen Craig Natalie Anisetti
Mike De Lapa Ken Christman
An Unidentified Woman Paula Bertrand
Karen Mack Karen Locke
Chris Mack Carol Hall
Ms. Conlan Threse Kohler
An Unidentified Woman

SPEAKING IN FAVOR OF THE EASTSIDE PARKWAY


Julie King , Pete Scudder and Sue McCloud

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Item A: Closed Session Oral Report (City Attorney Mozingo)


City Attorney Mozingo reported that the March 2, 2018, Closed Session was continued to the
March 5, 2018, meeting; and that the March 5, 2018, meeting was continued to the March 6,
2018, meeting.
The Closed Session of March 5, 2018, was as follows:
1 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(D)(1)
Name of Case: Chilone Payton vs. City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Monterey Superior Court Case No. 16CV003820
Councilmembers were updated on the case.

2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION


Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(D)(1)
Name of Case: Jacqueline Simonelli, Antonio C. Simonelli, Petitioners/
Plaintiffs
v. City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, Christopher Tescher, Dennis
LeVett, Pot D'Oro, LLC, and Doe 1 through Doe 100, inclusive, Respon-
dents/Defendants Monterey County Superior Court Case No. M123079
Councilmembers were updated on the case.

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Attachment 3

3. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION


Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(D)(1)
Name of Case: Alfred Johnson v. City of Carmel and Doe 1 through Doe 20,
inclusive, Respondents/Defendants: Monterey County Superior Court Case
No.17CV003800
Councilmembers were updated on the case.
4. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(D)(1)
Name of Case: Yolanda Macias v. City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, and
Doe 1 through Doe 25, inclusive, Respondents/Defendants Monterey County
Superior Court Case No.17CV003685
Councilmembers were updated on the case.
5. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(D)(1)
Name of Case: Gerit Sand; Cobblestone Bakery, a sole proprietorship,
Plaintiff v. City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Defendant - Monterey County Superior
Court Case No. M130393
The above case was dismissed in favor of the City.
6. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION (Facts and Circumstances) Significant exposure to litigation
Pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2):
2 cases.
Councilmembers were updated.
7. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION –FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES RULING OF FEBRUARY 16,
2018. (Facts and Circumstances) Significant exposure to litigation pursuant
to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) and
Government Code Section 87100: 1 case.
The above complaint was brought before the FPPC by Maria Sutherland and
witness Karen Ferlito. The allegation was that Councilperson Reimers should
have removed herself because of her husband’s membership in SAND. The
FPPC found no evidence that Mr. Reimers has ever received income from
SAND, and indicated that the FPPC would not pursue the matter further.
8. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED
LITIGATION – FAIR POLITICAL PRACTICES RULING OF FEBRUARY 16,
2018. (Facts and Circumstances - C. Hardy, Case # 17/551)
Significant exposure to litigation under subdivision (b) of Government Code
Section 54956.9(d)(2) and Government Code Section 87100: 1 case.
The above complaint was initiated by Ian Martin who alleged a conflict of
Interest for Councilmember Hardy, who negotiated the lease of the Forest
Theater. The FPPC ruled that the lease negotiation was similar to other
leases that had been previously negotiated, and therefore was not
reasonably likely to affect Councilmember Reimers’ real estate interest.

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Attachment 3

Item B: Councilmember Announcements


Councilmember Richards asked Chief Tomasi to tighten up enforcement on tour bus parking.
Revenue is up.
Councilmember Hardy complimented the presentation yesterday by MST and said she is not
reporting out on TAMC. She did report out on former City Clerk Lori Frontella, now in need of a
kidney transplant. There is a fundraising auction in Chowchilla, and several members of the
community have provided donations, including Tony Salame who has provided opportunities for
dining at Anton & Michel and The Grill on Ocean Avenue, Soerke Peters and Amy Stouffer
for the Village Corner and Lafayette Restaurant, Ken Spielfogel for Flaherty’s Grill, and
Carrie Theis who provided two nights' lodging at Hofsas House. Thanks were also offered
to Steve Dallas and Mary Schley for the article in the Pine Cone.
Councilmember Reimers said that Mayor Dallas sat in for her at the last meeting of the FORA
Board in February when she couldn’t be present. But she will attend the March meeting of the
board when she will vote on the Eastside Parkway.
Item C: City Attorney Announcements - None
Item D: City Administrator Announcements
City Administrator Rerig asked Chief Tomasi to speak about area school safety in light of the
recent tragic events in Florida. The Chief said we are ready to respond to such a situation if
necessary. The department has worked with schools and upgraded equipment.
CONSENT AGENDA
Councilmember Hardy moved, seconded by Councilmember Reimers, to approve
the Consent Agenda, minus Items 2,3,6,7, and 9.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
NOES: None
Item 1: Monthly Reports:
1.) City Administrator Contract Log;
2.) Community Planning and Building Department Reports;
3.) Police, Fire, and Ambulance Reports;
4.) Public Records Act Requests, and
5.) Forester Reports
Item 2: Ratify the January, 2018 Check Register Summary.
This item was pulled by Councilmember Richards. Of $170,000 spent on legal fees last month,
the retainer for the month of November and December wasn’t paid until January. Also, $82,000
was paid by the City to an outside law firm, and after some study, the City Attorney concluded that
the insurance company was in error: that the policy should have covered the expense. The
supervisor in the other law firm has recommended that the City be reimbursed for $82,000. The
remainder of about $60,000 was detailed by the City Attorney.
Mayor pro tem Theis moved, seconded by Councilmember Reimers, to approve Item 2.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
NOES: None

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Attachment 3
Item 3: Draft Minutes of the January 9, 2018 and February 6, 2018 City Council Meetings.
This item was pulled by Councilmember Reimers, who clarified her FORA report.
Councilmember Reimers moved, seconded by Councilmember Hardy, to approve Item 3.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
NOES: None
Item 4: Resolution 2018 - 024, Awarding a Professional Services Agreement to Kasavan
Architects for a not-to-exceed fee, including a 10% contingency of $80,400, for
preparation of the ADA Transition Plan.
Item 5: Resolution 2018-025, Authorizing the Closure of Certain Streets and the Placement of
Tents in Devendorf Park for the 12th Annual Concours on the Avenue on Tuesday,
August 21, 2018.
Item 6: Resolution 2018-026, Authorizing the Closure of Certain Streets and the Placement of
Tents in Devendorf Park for the 21st Annual Pebble Beach Tour d'Elegance Event on
Thursday, August 23, 2018.
Councilmember Hardy pulled Item 6 for comment. The item indicates that streets will be closed at
9:00 a.m. and reopen at 2:30 p.m. or 3:00 p.m. The streets should not open until all of the streets
are clear.
Councilmember Hardy moved, seconded by Councilmember Reimers, to approve Item 6.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
NOES: None
Item 7: Resolution 2018-027, Authorizing 1.) The serving of alcohol at a VIP wine reception on
Mission Street during the Carmel Art Festival on Friday, May 18, 2018, from 7:00 p.m. to
9:00 p.m., and 2.) The closure of Mission Street between Ocean and 6th Avenues.
Councilmember Hardy pulled this item. Ashlee Wright presented comments on the bands. Ms.
Hardy said this is becoming a music festival as well as an art festival. Her concern is that this is a
lot longer music portion than we even have at the 4th of July. Ms. Wright commented that there is
quite a bit of time between bands.
Councilmember Hardy moved, seconded by Mayor pro tem Theis, to approve Item 6.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
NOES: None
Item 8: Resolution No. 2018-030, Creating an ad hocCommittee for Carmel Youth Center for
real property lease negotiations.
Mayor pro tem Theis Theis and Councilmember Hardy were unanimously appointed
to the ad hoc committee.
The Mayor announced that Item 9. would be moved to after Item 13 to give time for
all councilmembers to study the applications and recommendation for an
appointment to the Planning Commission.
Jeff Baron inquired about Item 9. The Mayor explained it had b een continued to
the end of the meeting.

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Attachment 3
ORDERS OF BUSINESS
Item 10: Resolution 2018-029, Awarding a Construction Contract to Monterey Peninsula
Engineering for a not-to-exceed amount, including a 10% contingency, of $2,180,000 for
construction of the Fiscal Year 2017/18 City-Wide Paving Project.
Public Works Director Bob Harary presented the staff report and spoke at some length about the
overall score of residential street paving, which is now scored at 62, which is “Fair.”
He went on to explain why the project was broken up into pieces. Essentially, he wanted to make
sure the main part of the project was initiated, although it was a better project to include all of the
pieces of the project. It only becomes more expensive as time goes on. Four responsive bids
were received, and MPE was the low bidder. The entire project is $1,981,820, plus
a 10% contingency, for a total of $2,180,000. There is funding for the entire project
if Measure D Reserves are tapped.
SPEAKING FROM THE FLOOR:
Georgina Armstrong
Ben Beesley
An Unidentified Bicyclist
Barbara Livingston
Councilmembers Hardy and Reimers expressed concerns about the total amount to be spent.
Councilmember Richards would like to do all of the projects. Mayor pro tem Theis said Measure
D funds were meant for projects just like this. So either this project and Base #2, but her
preference is to do it all.
The Mayor inquired about sidewalks in general. Aren’t the newly-paved roads going to suffer if
the equipment is brought in later to rehab and install sidewalks and curb cuts? Drainage will
have to be modified in some areas.
Mayor pro tem Theis asked if sidewalks could be focused on in the upcoming budget. City
Administrator Rerig said, “Absolutely.”
Councilmember Hardy moved, seconded by Mayor Dallas, to approve Option 1 and do the
entire project.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
NOES: None
The Mayor called a 10-minute break.
Council reconvened at 7:09 p.m.
PUBLIC HEARINGS
Item 11: Consideration of an amendment to the Coastal Development Permit (CDP 16-315) for
the North Dunes Restoration Project.
Director Wiener presented the staff report. Joey Canepa added comments, as well.
Technically, the City Council is being asked to approve an amended Coastal Permit with
minor revisions to Findings for Approval to reflect tree removal. Condition #4 – 21 live
trees, including 17 Monterey Cypress and 4 Monterey Pines; Condition #5 – Revision
to allow height of Acacias to 6-8 feet (was 2-3 feet.); Condition #11 – Deleted.

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Attachment 3

SPEAKING FROM THE FLOOR IN SUPPORT


Neils Reimers John Lambert
Mary Liskin Fred Taylor
Don Goodhue Barbara Livingston
SPEAKING FROM THE FLOOR IN OPPOSITION
Regina Armstrong Fred Taylor
Karen Ferlito Karen Ferlito
Maria Sutherland Barbara Livingston
Councilmember Reimers complimented Ms. Canepa on her patience and hard work.
Councilmember Richards asked about succession planting. Director Wiener said the Planning
Commission considered planting 3-5 trees in the North Dunes, but did not recommend it.
Councilmember Richards said he wanted to discuss adding 3-5 cypress trees back into the
plan.
Mayor pro tem Theis agreed with Councilmember Richards, although she agreed that the
cypress needed to be thinned out. Councilmember Hardy agreed with Mayor pro tem Theis.
Councilmember Reimers moved, seconded by Councilmember Richards, to
accept the botanist’s plan as presented with addition of up to three succession trees,
and to remove up to ten trees recommended by Forest & Beach so it would not have
to come back to Council.
Note: Councilmember Reimers clarified a document that purports to be from the
Friends of the Forest that suggests she started SAND with her husband, Neils, but
she said it is not the case. The document also indicates that Councilmember Reimers
wants all of the trees out of the dunes, but she said her position has always been to
support the science of the dunes and the Botanist Report from 2009.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
Item 12: NOES: None
Consideration of an appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision to approve a
Design Study (DS 17-294) and associated Coastal Development Permit for the
demolition of an existing residence and the construction of a new residence located
on Guadalupe Street, 4 NE of 3rd Avenue in the Single-Family Residential (R-1)
Zoning District. The project applicant is Jaroslav and Janna Stepanek. The application is
being appealed by Mo and Fay Massoudi.
Mayor Dallas recused himself due to proximity and left the dais.
Senior Planner Marnie Waffle presented the staff report.
Mo and Fay Massoudi received 10 minutes from Mayor pro tem Theis.
Jerry Stepanek received 10 minutes from Mayor pro tem Theis. He presented his thoughts, and
then asked Jeff Crockett, building designer, to speak.
SPEAKING FROM THE FLOOR
Barbara Livingston
Al Saroyan
Karen Nelson
Councilmembers Reimers, Hardy and Richards said they would vote to deny the appeal.

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Attachment 3
Mayor pro tem Theis moved, seconded by Councilmember Hardy, to deny the appeal and
remove Item 27 from the Conditions of Approval.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis
NOES: None
ABSENT: Dallas
Mayor Dallas returned to the dais at 8:49 p.m.
Item 13: Consider an appeal from Martin Camsey, VP/CFO of the Niello Company, of the denial of a
Special Event Permit application for a proposed special event on Saturday, August 25, 2018.
Director Ashlee Wright made the staff presentation.
Summer Wright and Meghan appeared on behalf of the Niello Company.
SPEAKING FROM THE FLOOR
Barbara Livingston
Councilmember Hardy moved, seconded by Councilmember Reimers, to deny the appeal
and to work on a policy regarding private parties in the park, to be brought back in June.
AYES: Hardy, Reimers, Richards, Theis, Dallas
NOES: None
Resolution No. 2018-031, Appointing a City of Carmel-by-the-Sea Elector to Fill an
Item 9:
Unexpired Term of Office on the Planning Commission ending on September 30, 2018.
Mayor Dallas continued this item to the next meeting and asked that redacted applications be
placed in a binder for the public.
After this item was completed, Councilmembers Hardy, Reimers and Mayor pro tem Theis met
in closed session as below. Mayor Dallas and Councilmember Richards were excused.
CLOSED SESSION ON OR AFTER THE HOUR OF 8:00 P.M.

Item 14: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING OR ANTICIPATED


LITIGATION (Facts and Circumstances) Significant exposure to litigation under subdivision
(b) of Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): 2 cases
ADJOURNMENT
APPROVED: ATTEST:

______________ ________________
Steve G. Dallas, Mayor Thomas A. Graves, MMC
City Clerk

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Attachment 4
City Council Special Meeting
Minutes March 7, 2018

CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING


Wednesday, March 7, 2018
OPEN SESSION PRESS CONFERENCE
10:00 AM
CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

Mayor pro tem Theis called the meeting to order at 10:00 a.m.

Present: Mayor pro tem Theis, Councilmembers Reimers and Hardy


Absent: Mayor Dallas, Councilmember Richards

Also Present: City Attorney Mozingo, Deputy City Attorney Rose, Assistant City Attorney Giffen

EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS

A. Report by City Attorney Regarding the Investigation Pertaining to


Allegations of Harassment by a Public Official.

The City Attorney reported that there were twenty-one complaints from
six individuals that are detailed in the Investigator’s report. Some items
have been referred to the District Attorney, but there is no ongoing
investigation as far as the City is concerned.
B. Joint Statement by City Council Members.
C. City Attorney Conducts a Question and Answer Session to Receive Questions
From the Public.

Royal Calkins, Julie Webb, Constance Dudley, George Brenner, David Fink,
Sara Rubin, Kim Stemler, An Unidentified Man, Rich Pepe, An Unidentified
Woman, An Unidentified Man, and Karen Ferlito asked questions of the City
Attorney and Councilmembers.
D. Closing Council Comments.

ADJOURNMENT at 11:41 a.m.

APPROVED: ATTEST:

________________________________ _________________________________
Carrie Theis, Mayor pro tem Thomas A. Graves, MMC
City Clerk
Attachment 5
City Council Meeting Minutes
March 21, 2018

CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING


Wednesday, March 21, 2018
OPEN SESSION
5:30 PM
CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

Present: Councilmembers B. Richards, J. Reimers, C. Hardy, Mayor pro tem Theis,


Mayor Dallas
Absent: None
Staff: C. Rerig, G. Mozingo, L. Powell, R. Harary, J. Staker, R. Scattini, S.
Friedrichsen, M. Wiener, A. Wright.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PUBLIC APPEARANCES

SPEAKING FROM THE FLOOR:

Bob Jenkins

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Mayor Dallas read an apology to the community.


City Attorney G. Mozingo thanked the community and staff for their support the past weeks.
CONSENT AGENDA

Item 1: Resolution No. 2018-031, Appointing Christopher Bolton to Fill an Unexpired Term of
Office on the Planning Commission ending on September 30, 2018.

Resident Jeff Baron pulled this item and pointed out that if this appointment goes
through, all planning commissioners will have been appointed by this mayor.

Action: Upon a motion by Hardy, seconded by Reimers, Christopher Bolton was appointed to
the Planning Commission on a unanimous vote to fill an unexpired term until September
30, 2018.
Attachment 5

ORDERS OF BUSINESS

Item 2: Receive a presentation on the proposed Fiscal Year 2018-2019 capital improvement program
and provide direction to staff.

Presentations were made by Public Works Director Bob Harary and Contracts and Budgets
Director Sharon Friedrichsen, with additional comments by City Administrator Chip Rerig.

Councilmembers asked for copies of the PowerPoint presentation, which were emailed
the day after the meeting and attached to the meeting materials on the website.

Councilmembers provided guidance and direction in preparation for this item’s return to
council on May 1, 2018, when the FY 2018-19 Budget, including the Proposed FY
2018-19 capital projects discussed at this meeting, will be adopted.

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS


ADJOURNMENT

APPROVED: ATTEST:

________________________________ _________________________________
Steve G. Dallas, Mayor Thomas A. Graves, MMC
City Clerk

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