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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/10/2019 12:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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19-0964 12.1Closed SessionCC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Initiation of litigation pursuant to paragraph (4) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9: one potential case.received and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0971 12.2Closed Session - FordCC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9) Name of Case: Andy Ford v. City of Santa Rosa, et al. Court Case No. USDC Northern District of California 3:19-cv-02741 WHAreceived and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0953 13.1Small Cell Study SessionCC- Study SessionWIRELESS SMALL CELL DEPLOYMENT ON CITY OWNED STREET LIGHTS AND JOINT UTILITY POLES The purpose of this study session is to provide a review of the current deployment status of wireless small cell facilities within the City limits and to discuss proposals intended to address the various concerns expressed by the community since the initial phase of deployments.received and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0723 17.1Fire Recovery RebuildCC- Staff BriefingFIRE RECOVERY AND REBUILD UPDATE This will be a standing item on the agenda. No action will be taken except for possible direction to staff.received and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0970 111.1Draft Minutes 11/19/2019CC- MinutesNovember 19, 2019, Regular Meeting MinutesApproved as submitted.  Action details Video Video
19-0951 112.1Contract Award - Fire Damaged Street Lights Replacement in FountaingroveCC- Consent - MotionMOTION - CONTRACT AWARD - FIRE DAMAGED STREET LIGHTS REPLACEMENT IN FOUNTAINGROVE RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Transportation and Public Works Department that the Council, by motion, award Contract No. C02246, Fire Damaged Street Lights Replacement in Fountaingrove, in the amount of $285,910.00 to the lowest responsible bidder, Joe Lunardi Electric, Inc., of Sebastopol, California, approve a 15% contract contingency, and authorize a total contract amount of $328,796.50.approvedPass Action details Not available
19-0952 112.2Contract Award - Fire Damaged Street Lights Replacement in Coffey ParkCC- Consent - MotionMOTION - CONTRACT AWARD - FIRE DAMAGED STREET LIGHTS REPLACEMENT IN COFFEY PARK RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Transportation and Public Works Department that the Council, by motion, award Contract No. C02233, Fire Damaged Street Lights Replacement in Coffey Park, in the amount of $1,791,512.80 to the lowest responsible bidder, St. Francis Electric of San Leandro, California, approve a 15% contract contingency, and authorize a total contract amount of $2,060,239.72.approvedPass Action details Not available
19-0844 112.3Motorola Agreement-Radio Project Phase 2CC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA APPROVING AMENDMENT #1 TO THE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM AND SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC., SAN DIEGO, CA. NOT TO EXCEED $5,303,200 TO PURCHASE AND INSTALL A DIGITAL P25 TRUNKED RADIO SYSTEM SOLUTION, APPROVAL OF EQUIPMENT LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT, AND APPROPRIATION OF $145,000 FROM THE FEDERAL ASSET FORFEITURE FUND, $100,000 FROM THE STATE ASSET FORFEITURE FUND, AND $3,772,000 FROM THE GENERAL FUND RESERVES TO THE RADIO PROJECT KEY 95860 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Finance and Police Departments that the Council, by resolution, 1) approve the Amendment #1 to the Communications System and Services Agreement with Motorola Solutions, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $5,303,200; 2) approve the Equipment Lease-Purchase Agreement; and 3) appropriate $145,000 from the Federal asset forfeiture fund, $100,000 from the State asset forfeiture fund, and $3,772,000 from the General Fund reserves for this project.adoptedPass Action details Not available
19-0927 112.4Speed Limits on Piner Road, Sebastopol Road, and Summerfield RoadCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - SPEED LIMITS ON PINER ROAD, SEBASTOPOL ROAD, AND SUMMERFIELD ROAD RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Transportation and Public Works Department that the Council, by resolution, establish a speed limit of 35 miles per hour on Piner Road from Marlow Road to Coffey Lane, establish a speed limit of 35 miles per hour on Sebastopol Road from South Wright Road to Stony Point Road, and establish a speed limit of 35 on Summerfield Road from Carissa Avenue to Bethards Drive.adoptedPass Action details Not available
19-0945 112.5Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund ApplicationCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - VOLKSWAGEN ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION TRUST FUND APPLICATION RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Transportation and Public Works Department that the Council, by resolution, authorizes the Director of Transportation and Public Works, or his designee, to submit an application for funding from the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust Funds program, to sign required assurances, and to administer any awarded funding.adoptedPass Action details Not available
19-0854 112.6City Attorney Salary Ordinance AdoptionCC- Consent - OrdinanceORDINANCE ADOPTION SECOND READING - ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA INCREASING THE COMPENSATION OF THE CITY ATTORNEY BY PROVIDING, EFFECTIVE MAY 12, 2019 (1) A 7.5% MERIT INCREASE, AND (2) 2.5% INCREASE IN DEFERRED COMPENSATION FOR A TOTAL CONTRIBUTION OF 5% OF BASE PAY, AND EFFECTIVE JULY 7, 2019, (1) A 2.5% COST OF LIVING SALARY ADJUSTMENT, AND (2) AN INCREASE IN CONTRIBUTION BY THE CITY FOR THE 2019-2020 FISCAL YEAR EQUAL TO 0.25% OF BASE WAGE TO THE CITY ATTORNEY’S RETIREE HEALTH SAVINGS PLAN, FOR A TOTAL CONTRIBUTION OF 0.75% OF BASE WAGE RECOMMENDATION: This ordinance, introduced at the December 3, 2019 Regular Meeting by a 6-0-0 vote, increases the compensation of the City Attorney by providing, effective May 12, 2019 (1) A seven and a half percent (7.5%) merit increase, (2) a two and a half percent (2.5%) increase in deferred compensation for a total contribution of five percent (5%) of base pay, and effective July 7, 2019, (1) a two and a half percent (2.5%) cost of living salary adjustment, and (2) an increase in contribution by the City for the 2019-2adoptedPass Action details Not available
19-0873 114.12018-19 Measure O Annual ReportCC- ReportREPORT - FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 MEASURE O ANNUAL REPORT BACKGROUND: Ordinance 3680 added Chapter 3-26 to the Santa Rosa City Code establishing a special transactions and use tax. The special tax measure, known as Measure O, increased sales tax by a quarter percent to fund specific Police, Fire, and Gang Prevention/Intervention programs, as set forth in the Ordinance. The Ordinance also established a seven-member Citizen Oversight Committee, with members appointed by the City Council, to annually review expenditures and appropriations of the tax revenues to ensure that all such revenues are spent or appropriated for the purposes and uses set forth in the Ordinance. Each year, an Annual Report is prepared by City staff, reviewed by the Citizen Oversight Committee and presented to the City Council reporting on expenditures and activities during the past fiscal year. The tax revenues generated by Measure O are split between Fire (40%), Police (40%) and Gang Prevention/Intervention Programs (20%), with these revenues spent in accordance with an Implementation Plan which was adopteapprovedPass Action details Video Video
19-0803 114.2Ord Amending Ch10-44 of City Code Price GougingCC- ReportREPORT - POTENTIAL TERMINATION OF THE CITY’S TEMPORARY PROHIBITION ON RENTAL HOUSING PRICE GOUGING THROUGH REPEAL OF CHAPTER 10-44 OF THE CITY CODE BACKGROUND: In response to reports of price gouging following the October 2017 wildfires, the Council adopted Urgency Ordinance ORD-2017-020 adding Chapter 10-44 to the City Code. Chapter 10-44 established a temporary prohibition on rental housing price gouging as well as associated limitations on tenant evictions. By its initial term, the Ordinance was to remain in effect until April 18, 2018. The term of the Ordinance was extended twice, and remains in effect at this time. In general, the Ordinance places a ten percent cap on residential rental increases over the life of the Ordinance. Specifically, the Ordinance prohibits any person from increasing rent on any dwelling unit, vacation rental, hotel or motel room more than ten percent above the rental price charged on October 9, 2017. In addition, the Ordinance prohibits a landlord from evicting an existing tenant or terminating an existing lease or rental agreement and subintroduced on first readingPass Action details Video Video
19-0944 114.3Bureau Veritas - 3rd AmendmentCC- ReportREPORT - THIRD AMENDMENT TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT F01622A WITH BUREAU VERITAS NORTH AMERICA, INC., ATASCADERO, CA, WAIVING THE COMPETITIVE SELECTION PROCESS PER COUNCIL POLICY 600-01, EXTENDING THE TERM OF THE AGREEMENT, INCREASING COMPENSATION BY $3,045,000 FOR A TOTAL NOT TO EXCEED AMOUNT OF $13,717,399 FOR POST-FIRE RECOVERY AND REBUILD SERVICES, AND AMEND THE FISCAL YEAR 2019/20 GENERAL FUND BUDGET BY INCREASING APPROPRIATIONS OF $2,425,000 BACKGROUND: Since December 2017, staff from the City of Santa Rosa and Bureau Veritas North America, Inc. have provided a variety of permit processing, plan check and inspection services for the repair and reconstruction activities associated with the Tubbs Fire. Nearly 2,100 permits have been processed to date, resulting in approximately 20,000 inspections. With approximately 700 outstanding parcels in the rebuild area, the proposed Fourth Amendment will extend the term of the Agreement and increase the budget associated with the Professional Service Agreement with Bureau Veritas to continue providing the appropriate staffing levto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-0802 116.1Attendance ReportCC- CommunicationQUARTERLY BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES ATTENDANCE REPORT - Provided for information.received and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0957 116.2PSPS Grant ApplicationCC- CommunicationPUBLIC SAFETY POWER SHUTOFF GRANT APPLICATION - Provided for information.received and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0724 120.1Upcoming Meetings ListCC- Upcoming MeetingsUPCOMING MEETINGS LISTreceived and filed  Action details Not available