April 1, 2014 > Union City City Council Meeting
Union City City Council Meeting
March 24, 2014
Proclamations and Presentations:
Recognize March 2014 as Knights of Columbus Month in Union City.
Adopt a resolution approving the 2014 Alameda County Transportation Expenditure Plan and recommend the Board of Supervisors place a thirty-year extension and raising the existing sales tax in the amount of one cent on the November 4 ballot. The tax is expected to net approximately $8 billion by 2045.
Adopt a resolution to enter into an agreement with HDR engineering, Inc. for engineering design services for railroad at-grade pedestrian crossing at the eastside of the BART station providing access to the east plaza in the not-to-exceed amount of $107,819.
Adopt resolutions regarding the conveyance of 2010 project bonds from the successor agency to the city in the amount of $400,000.
Adopt a resolution approving the replacement of police department computing equipment through sole source provider Entisys and the subsequent financing of that $138,392 replacement purchase with HP Financial Services.
Adopt a resolution for the Award of Contract for the purchase of three police utility vehicles and one leisure services van at a total cost of $36,425 per vehicle.
Adopt a resolution increasing the operating budget by $2,834,837.34 for fiscal years 2013-2014 and authorize position listing of Temporary Associate Planner, who will draw a salary of $27,310 plus benefits for the remainder of this year and $85,937 plus benefits for the following year.
Adopt a resolution approving an extension of the audit contract with Badawi and Associates, Certified Public Accountants in the amount of $225,169 divided between three years.
Item removed from consent:
Adopt a resolution of the city council declaring its intention to renew the Union Landing property and business improvement district and levy and collect assessments within such district.
Adopt an urgency ordinance establishing a 45-day moratorium, subject to an extension to one or two years, on the approval general plan amendments to convert industrial land use designations to non-industrial designations, effective immediately.
City Manager Reports:
Adopt a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute the dispatch services agreement and the interim and limited dispatch service agreement. To initiate the consolidation process for police dispatch services with the city of Fremont in the amount of $1,079,078.
Mayor Carol Dutra-Vernaci: Aye
Vice-Mayor Lorrin Ellis: Aye
Emily Duncan: Aye
Pat Gacoscos: Aye
Jim Navarro: Aye