1. CITY OF LATHROP
    CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
    MONDAY, JULY 21, 2014
    7:00 P.M.
    COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
    390 Towne Centre Drive
    Lathrop, CA 95330
    1. PRELIMINARY
    1.1 CALL TO ORDER
    1.2 CLOSED SESSION
    1.2.1 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL: Anticipated Litigation – Significant Exposure to Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b)
    • 4 Potential Cases
    1.2.2 REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION
    1.3 ROLL CALL
    1.4 INVOCATION
    1.5 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
    1.6 ANNOUNCEMENT(S) BY MAYOR / CITY MANAGER
    1.7 INFORMATIONAL ITEM(S) – None
    1.8 DECLARATION OF CONFLICT(S) OF INTEREST
    2. PRESENTATIONS – None
    3. CITIZEN’S FORUM
    4. CONSENT CALENDAR
    Items on the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless the Mayor, Councilmember, or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered separately.
    4.1 WAIVING OF READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
    Waive the Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions on Agenda Unless Otherwise Requested by the Mayor or a Councilmember
    4.2 APPROVAL OF MINUTES
    Approve Minutes for the Regular Meeting of July 7, 2014
    4.3 STANTEC PROGRAMMING SERVICES FOR LATHROP CONSOLIDATED TREATMENT FACILITY PHASE 1 EXPANSION (WW 10-15)
    Adopt Resolution Approving Agreement with Stantec to Provide PLC and SCADA Programming Services for the Lathrop Consolidated Treatment Facility Phase 1 Expansion (WW 10-15)
    4.4 NATURAL GAS FUELING STATION, SJVAPCD CLEAN-AIR GRANT
    Adopt Resolutions Ratifying Changes to the Public Benefit Grant Program Funding Agreement Previously Approved by Council with San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District for Development of a Natural Gas Fueling Station by Clean Energy and a Subcontractor Agreement with Clean Energy for Natural Gas Fueling Station Construction
    4.5 APPROVAL OF REVISED FINAL MAP AND AGREEMENTS FOR TRACT 3706
    Adopt Resolution Rescinding Approval of Unrecorded Final Map dated September 2013 for Tract 3706, Approving Final Map dated July 2014 for Tract 3706 and Authorizing Execution of a Second Amended Subdivision Improvement Agreement with River Islands Development, LLC
    5.1 FY 2014/15 LANDSCAPE & LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 93-1 (WOODFIELD PARK) BUDGET
    Adopt Resolution Approving the Fiscal Year 2014/15 Budget for Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District No. 93-1 (Woodfield Park)
    5.2 DISCUSSION TO CONSIDER ALLOCATION OF PROCEEDS FROM THE 2013 AND 2014 CARNIVAL EVENTS
    Receive Direction from Council to Consider Options for Allocating Proceeds from the 2013 and 2014 Carnival Events to the Lathrop Youth Scholarship Fund
    5.3 DECORATIVE CITY BANNER DISCUSSION
    Receive Direction from Council Regarding the Decorative City Banners
    5.4 APPOINTMENT OF VOTING DELEGATE FOR 2014 LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES ANNUAL CONFERENCE
    Appoint City’s Voting Delegate and Alternate(s) for 2014 League of California Cities Annual Conference
    6. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS
    6.1 COUNCIL REFERRAL
    6.1.1 MAYOR DHALIWAL REFERRAL: Discussion Regarding Emergency Preparedness Plan
    6.2 MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBER COMMITTEE REPORT(S)
    • Central Valley Executive Committee/LOCC (Salcedo/Akinjo)
    • Council of Governments (Dresser/Dhaliwal)
    • Integrated Waste Management Solid Waste Division (Akinjo/Ornelas)
    • San Joaquin County Commission on Aging (Zavala)
    • San Joaquin Partnership Board of Directors (Salvatore)
    • San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (Dresser)
    • San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (Ornelas/Dhaliwal)
    • Water Advisory Board (Dhaliwal/Ornelas)
    6.3 MAYOR’S COMMITTEE REPORT(S)
    • Beautification Day Committee
    • Mayor’s Art Show Committee
    • Memorial Day / Veterans Day Celebration Committee
    • Lathrop Celebration Event Committee
    • Lathrop Run Committee
    • International Festival Committee
    • Lathrop Holiday Parade Committee
    6.4 MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBER COMMENT(S)
    7. ADJOURNMENT

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  2. CITY OF LATHROP
    MEASURE C COMMUNITY OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
    AGENDA

    REGULAR MEETING
    WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2014 6pm
    CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
    390 TOWNE CENTRE DRIVE
    LATHROP, CA 95330

    1. CALL TO ORDER

    2. ROLL CALL

    3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    4. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

    NONE

    5. PRESENTATIONS

    NONE

    6. PUBLIC COMMENT

    Persons who wish to speak to the Committee regarding an item that is not on the agenda may do so at this time. All public comment must be made in compliance with the Lathrop City Council Handbook of Rules & Procedures: Section P, Components of a Regular Meeting; Number 2, Public Communication.

    7. CONSENT CALENDAR

    7.1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES
    7.1.1 Measure C Community Oversight Committee, April 29, 2014

    8. SCHEDULED ITEMS

    8.1 Review of Proposed 2014/15 Measure C Budget

    8.1.1 Essential City Services
    8.1.2 Lathrop Manteca Fire District

    8.2 Set Next Meeting Date

    9. COMMENTS FROM STAFF

    10. COMMENTS FROM THE MEASURE C OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

    11. ADJOURNMENT

    Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the Measure C Community Oversight Committee regarding any item on this agenda will be made available for public inspection at the Lathrop City Hall located at 390 Towne Centre Drive, Lathrop during normal business hours.

    This agenda was posted at the following locations: City Hall, Lathrop Community Center, Lathrop Senior Center and “J” Street Fire Station. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting please call (209) 941-7320. Notification 48 hours in advance of the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to the meeting. (28 CFR 35.102.35.104 AD Title III)

    Agendas are available on the City of Lathrop’s website at ci.lathrop.ca.us

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  3. CITY OF LATHROP
    CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
    MONDAY, JULY 7, 2014
    7:00 P.M.
    COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
    390 Towne Centre Drive
    Lathrop, CA 95330
    1. PRELIMINARY
    1.1 CALL TO ORDER
    1.2 CLOSED SESSION
    1.2.1 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL: Anticipated Litigation – Significant Exposure to Litigation Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b)
    • 3 Potential Cases
    RECONVENE
    1.2.2 REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION
    1.3 ROLL CALL
    1.4 INVOCATION
    1.5 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
    1.6 ANNOUNCEMENT(S) BY MAYOR / CITY MANAGER
    1.7 INFORMATIONAL ITEM(S) – None
    1.8 DECLARATION OF CONFLICT(S) OF INTEREST
    2. PRESENTATIONS
    2.1 CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION HONORING OUTGOING PLANNING COMMISSIONER
    2.2 CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION HONORING OUTGOING SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSIONERS
    2.3 CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION HONORING OUTGOING YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSIONERS
    2.4 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT UPDATE
    3. CITIZEN’S FORUM
    4. CONSENT CALENDAR
    Items on the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless the Mayor, Councilmember, or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered separately.
    4.1 WAIVING OF READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
    Waive the Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions on Agenda Unless Otherwise Requested by the Mayor or a Councilmember
    4.2 APPROVAL OF MINUTES
    Approve Minutes for the Special Meeting of June 16, 2014, the Regular Meeting of June 16, 2014 and the Special Meeting of June 23, 2014
    4.3 SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE RELATING TO ALL REFERENCES OF THE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL FOR ABATEMENT PROCEDURES
    Adopt Ordinance Amending Language in the Lathrop Municipal Code Related to All References of the Enforcement Official for Abatement Procedures under Chapter 1.12, Section 1.12.010.1 and Sections 1.12.200 through 1.12.250
    4.4 TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX BALLOT MEASURE
    Council to Consider the Following:
    1. Adopt Resolution Ordering the Submission to Qualified Electors of the City of Lathrop a Certain Measure Relating to an Ordinance Ratifying Chapter 3.16 of the Lathrop Municipal Code Imposing a Transient Occupancy Tax (also known as a hotel tax only paid by hotel guests) for General Purposes at the General Municipal Election to be Held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, as Called by Resolution No. 14-3771; and
    2. Adopt a Resolution Setting Priorities for the Filing of Written Arguments and Rebuttal Arguments with Respect to a Certain Measure Relating to an Ordinance Ratifying Chapter 3.16 of the Lathrop Municipal Code Imposing a Transient Occupancy Tax for General Purposes and Directing the City Attorney to Prepare an Impartial Analysis
    4.5 REJECT ALL BIDS FOR THE “O” STREET SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT (CIP PS 14-12)
    Adopt Resolution Rejecting All Bids for the “O” Street Sidewalk Improvements Project (CIP PS 14-12)
    5. SCHEDULED ITEM
    5.1 PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AMENDING SECTION 2.24.050 OF THE LATHROP MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING THE SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSION
    Open and Continue Public Hearing for the Introduction and First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Section 2.24.050 of the Lathrop Municipal Code
    5.2 STOP SIGN REQUEST ON WARREN DRIVE AT THE INTERSECTION WITH REV. MAURICE COTTON DRIVE
    Consider the Installation of Stop Signs on Warren Drive at the Rev. Maurice Cotton Drive Intersection
    5.3 AGREEMENT WITH PETERSON BRUSTAD INC. FOR PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES
    Adopt Resolution Approving a Professional Services Agreement with Peterson Brustad Inc. for Urban Levee Design Criteria Analysis and Identification of Deficiencies Related to the Urban Level of Flood Protection for Reclamation District 17 Levees
    6. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS
    6.1 COUNCIL REFERRAL(S) – None
    6.2 MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBER COMMITTEE REPORT(S)
    • Central Valley Executive Committee/LOCC (Salcedo/Akinjo)
    • Council of Governments (Dresser/Dhaliwal)
    • Integrated Waste Management Solid Waste Division (Akinjo/Ornelas)
    • San Joaquin County Commission on Aging (Zavala)
    • San Joaquin Partnership Board of Directors (Salvatore)
    • San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (Dresser)
    • San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (Ornelas/Dhaliwal)
    • Water Advisory Board (Dhaliwal/Ornelas)
    6.3 MAYOR’S COMMITTEE REPORT(S)
    • Beautification Day Committee
    • Mayor’s Art Show Committee
    • Memorial Day / Veterans Day Celebration Committee
    • Lathrop Celebration Event Committee
    • Lathrop Run Committee
    • International Festival Committee
    • Lathrop Holiday Parade Committee
    6.4 MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBER COMMENT(S)
    7. ADJOURNMENT

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  4. CITY OF LATHROP
    CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING
    MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2014
    4:00 P.M.
    COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
    390 Towne Centre Drive
    Lathrop, CA 95330
    REVISED AGENDA
    1. PRELIMINARY
    1.1 CALL TO ORDER
    1.2 ROLL CALL
    1.3 DECLARATION OF CONFLICT(S) OF INTEREST
    2. CONSENT CALENDAR
    Items on the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless the Mayor, Councilmember, or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered separately.
    2.1 COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT 2013-1 (RIVER ISLANDS PUBLIC SERVICES AND FACILITIES) AMENDMENT TO SPECIAL TAX FORMULA
    Adopt Resolution of Consideration to Amend the Special Tax Formula of Community Facilities District 2013-1 (River Islands Public Services and Facilities)
    2.2 CHANGE ORDER NO. 3 TO DIEDE CONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR THE LATHROP GENERATIONS CENTER (CIP GG 04-01)
    Adopt Resolution Approving Change Order No. 3 to Contract with Diede Construction, Inc. for the Lathrop Generations Center
    2.3 ACCEPTANCE OF LATHROP GENERATIONS CENTER FROM DIEDE CONSTRUCTION, INC. (CIP GG 04-01)
    Adopt Resolution Accepting the Lathrop Generations Center Project from Diede Construction, Inc. and Authorizing Filing of a Notice of Completion and Release of Contract Retention
    2.4 INDUSTRIAL SOLID WASTE LICENSE RENEWAL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014-15
    Adopt Resolution Approving Annual Industrial Solid Waste License Renewal for Stockton Scavengers Association and Delta Container Corporation
    3. SCHEDULED ITEM
    3.1 FY 2014-2015 BUDGET REVIEW AND APPROVAL (Continued from June 16, 2014)
    1. Council to Consider the Following Sections of the Budget:
    a. Overview
    b. Public Works
    Recommendation: Approve Public Works section of the budget
    Vote
    c. Capital Improvement Programs (CIP)
    Recommendation: Approve CIP, Future Planned, and Compliance Program section of the budget
    Vote
    d. General Government
    1. Administrative Services
    2. City Council
    3. City Manager
    4. Economic Development
    5. City Clerk
    6. City Attorney
    7. Finance
    8. Information Technology
    Recommendation: Approve General Government section of the budget
    Vote
    e. Community Development
    Recommendation: Approve Community Development section of the budget
    Vote
    f. Parks and Recreation
    Recommendation: Approve Culture and Recreation section of the budget
    Vote
    g. Public Safety
    Recommendation: Approve Public Safety section of the budget
    Vote
    h. Measure C
    Recommendation: Measure C section of the budget
    Vote
    i. Developer Projects
    Recommendation: Approve Developer Projects section of the budget
    Vote
    2. Council to Consider the Following:
    a. Adopt Resolution Adopting the Woodsfield Landscape Maintenance District Budget for Fiscal Year 2014-2015; and
    b. Adopt Resolution Adopting the Budget for Fiscal Year 2014-2015; Establishing the Number of Positions in the Various Departments of the City; and Adopting the Gann Limit for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2014 and Ending June 30, 2015
    4. ADJOURNMENT

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  5. CITY OF LATHROP
    CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
    MONDAY, JUNE 16, 2014
    7:00 P.M.
    COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL
    390 Towne Centre Drive
    Lathrop, CA 95330
    AGENDA
    1. PRELIMINARY
    1.1 CALL TO ORDER
    1.2 CLOSED SESSION – None
    1.3 ROLL CALL
    1.4 INVOCATION
    1.5 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
    1.6 ANNOUNCEMENT(S) BY MAYOR / CITY MANAGER
    1.7 INFORMATIONAL ITEM(S) – None
    1.8 DECLARATION OF CONFLICT(S) OF INTEREST
    2. PRESENTATIONS
    2.1 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF SHOPPING CENTERS (ICSC) CONFERENCE UPDATES
    3. CITIZEN’S FORUM
    4. CONSENT CALENDAR
    Items on the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless the Mayor, Councilmember, or citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and considered separately.
    4.1 WAIVING OF READING OF ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS
    Waive the Reading of Ordinances and Resolutions on Agenda Unless Otherwise Requested by the Mayor or a Councilmember
    4.2 APPROVAL OF MINUTES
    Approve Minutes for the Regular Meeting of June 2, 2014
    4.3 AGREEMENT FOR PUBLICATION OF LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
    Adopt Resolution Awarding Agreement for Publication of Legal Advertisements to Manteca Bulletin for the Period Ending June 30, 2015
    4.4 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) WITH SEIU AND LMCEA
    Adopt Resolution:
    1. Approving an MOU with Service Employees International Union, Inc., Local 1021 for the General Services Bargaining Unit and an MOU with Lathrop Mid-Managers and Confidential Employees Association for the Management Bargaining Group and Related Budget Amendment;
    2. Providing Unrepresented Staff Members the Same Compensation Benefits as Provided to SEIU and LMCEA Members Pursuant to their MOUs; and
    3. Approving Amendments to City of Lathrop Personnel Rules and Regulations
    4.5 JANITORIAL SERVICES CONTRACT
    Adopt Resolution Awarding Contract with Universal Building Services for Janitorial Services
    4.6 AMENDMENTS TO CONTRACTS FOR STREET LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICES AND PARKS LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE SERVICES WITH ODYSSEY LANDSCAPE
    Adopt Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement with Odyssey Landscape for Parks Landscape Maintenance Services and Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement with Odyssey Landscape for Street Landscape Maintenance Services
    4.7 AGREEMENT WITH PETERSON BRUSTAD INC. FOR PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES
    Adopt Resolution Approving Professional Services Agreement with Peterson Brustad Inc. for Reconnaissance Levee Rehabilitation Cost Estimate to Create Urban Level of Flood Protection for Reclamation District 17 Levees
    4.8 TRUCKIN’ FOR HOSPICE – PLANNING FEE WAIVER REQUEST (TUP-17-63)
    Adopt Resolution Waiving the Temporary Use Permit Processing Fee for Truckin’ for Hospice in the Amount of $382
    5. SCHEDULED ITEM
    5.1 LATHROP MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENT RELATING TO ALL REFERENCES OF THE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL FOR ABATEMENT PROCEDURES
    Introduce and Waive First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Language in the Lathrop Municipal Code Related to All References of the Enforcement Official for Abatement Procedures under Chapter 1.12, Section 1.12.010.1 and Sections 1.12.200 through 1.12.250
    6. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS
    6.1 COUNCIL REFERRALS
    6.1.1 COUNCILMEMBER SALCEDO REFERRAL: Discussion to Consider Installation of Water Feature at City Parks
    6.1.2 MAYOR DHALIWAL REFERRAL: Appointment of One Member to the Parks & Recreation Commission with Term Expiring June 30, 2017
    6.1.3 MAYOR DHALIWAL REFERRAL: Appointment of Two Members to the Planning Commission with Term Expiring June 30, 2018
    6.1.4 MAYOR DHALIWAL REFERRAL: Appointment of Two Members to the Senior Advisory Commission with Term Expiring June 30, 2017
    6.1.5 MAYOR DHALIWAL REFERRAL: Discussion to Consider Funding Allocation for Mayor’s Committees for Miscellaneous Expenses
    6.2 MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBER COMMITTEE REPORT(S)
    • Central Valley Executive Committee/LOCC (Salcedo/Akinjo)
    • Council of Governments (Dresser/Dhaliwal)
    • Integrated Waste Management Solid Waste Division (Akinjo/Ornelas)
    • San Joaquin County Commission on Aging (Zavala)
    • San Joaquin Partnership Board of Directors (Salvatore)
    • San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission (Dresser)
    • San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (Ornelas/Dhaliwal)
    • Water Advisory Board (Dhaliwal/Ornelas)
    6.3 MAYOR’S COMMITTEE REPORT(S)
    • Beautification Day Committee
    • Mayor’s Art Show Committee
    • Memorial Day / Veterans Day Celebration Committee
    • Lathrop Celebration Event Committee
    • Lathrop Run Committee
    • International Festival Committee
    • Lathrop Holiday Parade Committee
    6.4 MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBER COMMENT(S)
    7. ADJOURNMENT

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