August 8, 2017 > Milpitas City Council Meeting
Milpitas City Council Meeting
August 1, 2017
¥ Recognize Milpitas International Barbeque volunteers.
¥ Recognize Taiwanese American Chamber of CommerceÑNorthern CaliforniaÕs incoming president Stanley Kuo.
¥ Conduct a public hearing and adopt a resolution confirming weed abatement assessments to be entered on property tax assessments.
¥ Conduct a public hearing to consider a request to hold a flag ceremony outside plaza by Pakistan American Culture Center on August 14, 2017.
¥ Conduct a public hearing and adopt urgency ordinance extending temporary moratorium on issuance of demolition permits for structures providing affordable housing.
¥ Receive presentation about billing changes and outreach for new residential recycling and garbage program starting December 1, 2017.
¥ Approve recommendation for appointment of the finance director to the Milpitas Oversight Board.
¥ Approve amendment to the agreement with Burk, Williams and Sorensen, LLP to close out legal services.
Reports of Officers:
¥ Authorize more than four hours of staff time to return to council with stricter regulations of massage establishments.
¥ Authorize more than four hours of staff time to return to council with a residential permit parking program for the Pines.
¥ Consider request for a predevelopment loan commitment of $150,000 from Milpitas Housing Authority to Resources for Community Development for a development on Sango Court.
¥ Receive staff report on city manager signing authority.
¥ Receive City of Milpitas investment portfolio status report for quarter which ended July 30, 2017.
¥ Accept the 2016 bulletproof vest partnership grant and appropriate funds into the police departmentsÕ operating budget.
¥ Discuss recommendation to amend the by-laws of the Milpitas Planning Commission.
¥ Consider introduction of ordinance related to expedited permitting procedures for electric vehicle charging stations per Assembly Bill 1236.
¥ Waive the second reading and adopt ordinance amending the municipal code relating to the display of flags on city-owned property.
¥ Approve the annual investment policy.
¥ Approving badger meters as the standard brand of water meters used by the city.
¥ Approve amendment to the agreement with Best, Best & Krieger, LLP for city attorney services in the amount of $150,000.
¥ Approve the agreement between the City of Milpitas and Mobilite to install small cell antennas on municipal facilities.
¥ Approve amendment to the Cayenta Software Support and Maintenance Service Agreement for the financial and utility billing system for an amount not to exceed $3,000.
¥ Authorize the city manager to execute an amendment to the agreement with G&K Services for uniform rental and laundry services for an amount not to exceed $46,000 annually.
¥ Approve an amendment to the master agreement with Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority relating to the Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Berryessa BART, appropriate $125,000 to BART extension coordination and planning and authorize payment up to $125,000 to VTA for Union Pacific Railroad off-quadrant pedestrian crossing signal improvements at Dixon Landing Road at-grade railroad crossing.
¥ Approve and authorize the city manager to execute amendment to the consulting service agreement with EOA, Inc. to increase the hourly rate, to increase compensation by $35,000 and to extend the term to June 30, 2018 associated with Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit C3 Reviews for land development projects.
¥ Authorize the city manager to execute a storm water management facilities operation and management agreement with KB Home South Bay, Inc. for development on California Circle.
¥ Approve amendment to the agreement with RMC Water and Environment to increase compensation in the additional amount of $183,868 and to extend the term to June 30, 2021 for the Dempsey Road water line replacement.
¥ Approve amendment to the agreement with West Yost Associates to increase compensation in the additional amount of $293,055.
¥ Authorize payments to Cayenta and Portford for annual software support and maintenance fees in the amount of $190,336.36 and $23,836, respectively.
¥ Receive report on emergency repairs of storm pumps at Penitencia Pump Station and Berryessa Pump Station and authorize payment of invoices to Pump Repair Service Company in the amount of $10,062.50 and Peterson Power in the amount of $6,788.43.
Mayor Richard Tran Aye
Vice Mayor Marsha Grilli Aye
Garry Barbadillo Absent
Bob Nu–ez Aye
Anthony Phan Aye