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The June 11 meeting agenda for the Santa Clarita City Council in Council Chambers at City Hall has been released by officials.

The meeting is scheduled to start at 6 p.m.

The meeting will take place in City Council Chambers, located on the first floor at Santa Clarita City Hall, 23920 Valencia Blvd., Valencia 91355.

The meeting will be adjourned in honor of Carl Boyer III, a founder of the city of Santa Clarita and member of the first City Council.

First City Council of the City of Santa Clarita, circa 1987. From left, Mayor Howard "Buck" McKeon, Mayor Pro-Tern Jan Heidt, Councilmembers Dennis Koontz, Jo Anne Darcy and Carl Boyer.

First City Council of the City of Santa Clarita, circa 1987. From left: Mayor Howard “Buck” McKeon, Mayor Pro-Tem Jan Heidt, and Councilmembers Dennis Koontz, Jo Anne Darcy and Carl Boyer.

The full June 11 meeting agenda follows.

Downloads:
June 11 Meeting Agenda  June 11 Meeting Agenda Packet
Joint Meeting with
Board of Library Trustees
Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency
Hereinafter the titles Mayor, Mayor Pro Tem, Councilmember, City Manager, City Attorney, and City Clerk may be used also to indicate Mayor/Chair/President, Mayor Pro Tem/Vice-Chair/Vice President, City Manager/Executive Director, City Attorney/Counsel, and City Clerk/Secretary
Invocation
Kellar
Call to Order
Roll Call
Roll Call
Flag Salute
Executive Meeting
Approval of Agenda
Awards and Recognitions
Valencia Jazz & Blues Concert Series 20th Anniversary Proclamation
Recognize Deputies Receiving MADD Awards
Public Participation
Staff Comments
Committee Reports/Councilmember Comments
Consent Calendar
1. Minutes of May 28, 2019 5:30 PM
2. Minutes of May 28, 2019 6:00 PM
3. READING OF ORDINANCE TITLES

Government Code Section 36934 requires that all ordinances be read in full prior to Council taking action on the ordinance.  By listing the ordinance title on the Council agenda, Council may determine that the title has been read.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
4. STATE LEGISLATION: ASSEMBLY BILL 720

Authored by Assembly Member Al Muratsuchi (D-66-Torrance), Assembly Bill 720 proposes to revise the funding formula to community college districts that offer public safety classes.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Assembly Bill 720 – Bill Text
5. STATE LEGISLATION: SENATE BILL 13

Authored by Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-10-Fremont), Senate Bill 13 preempts local land use authority related to accessory dwelling units (ADU).

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Senate Bill 13 – Bill Text
6. FEDERAL LEGISLATION: S. 923

Authored by United States Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), S. 923 proposes to authorize a new funding stream for supportive housing that provides comprehensive services and intensive case management.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. S. 923 – Bill Text
7. MICROSOFT ENTERPRISE LICENSE AGREEMENT

The City of Santa Clarita utilizes Microsoft software to operate desktop computers, servers, databases, applications, and email. This item makes a recommendation to award a contract for a three-year Microsoft Enterprise Agreement to keep the City’s critical software infrastructure properly licensed and supported.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Santa Clarita – MS EA 2019
8. CITYWIDE PRINTERS AND COPIERS
Award a five-year contract to Kyocera – Document Solutions West in the amount of $643,722 for managed print services.
document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Kyocera Proposal (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
9. AWARD CONTRACT FOR BACKFLOW PREVENTION DEVICE TESTING AND REPAIRS

Award contract for irrigation backflow device testing and repairs in support of citywide Landscape Maintenance District and Parks Operations.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Bid Request LMD-18-19-33 Backflow (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
b. Backflow Prevention Device Tstr LMD-18-19-33 Bid Response (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
10. AWARD LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR ZONES 4, 8, & 26

Award a two-year contract to Staygreen, Inc., for an amount not to exceed $109,296 to provide maintenance services to Landscape Maintenance District Zones 4, 8, and 26.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. RFP LMD-18-19-37 LMD Maintenance Zones 4, 8, & 26 (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
b. LMD Maintenance Zones 4, 8, & 26 Staygreen BID Submittal LMD-18-19-37 (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
11. AWARD LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR LMD ZONES 15 AND 16

Award a two-year contract to Brightview Landscapes, LLC, for an amount not to exceed $345,456 to provide maintenance services to Landscape Maintenance District Zone 15 (River Village) and Zone 16 (Valencia Industrial Center).

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. RFP Request LMD-18-19-34 Maintenance Zones 15 & 16 (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
b. RFP Submission LMD-18-19-34 LMD Maintenance Zones 15 & 16 BrightView (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
12. FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 ANNUAL LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS FOR SPECIAL DISTRICTS

This required procedural matter orders, approves, and sets the public hearing for the annual levy of the Landscape and Lighting District, Drainage Benefit Assessment Areas, Golden Valley Ranch Open Space Maintenance District, and the Tourism Marketing District.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. FY 1920 LLD Intent Resolution
b. FY 1920 DBAA Intent Resolution
c. FY 1920 GVROSMD Intent Resolution
d. FY 1920 TMD Intent Resolution
e. FY 1920 LLD Initiate Resolution
f. FY 1920 DBAA Initiate Resolution
g. FY 1920 GVROSMD Initiate Resolution
h. FY 1920 LMD Recommended Rate Table
i. FY 1920 DBAA Recommended Rate Table
j. FY 1920 LLD Engineer’s Report (Available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
k. FY 1920 DBAA Engineer’s Report (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
l. FY 1920 GVROSMD Engineer’s Report (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
m. TMD Annual Report (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
13. ANNUAL LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS FOR OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION DISTRICT

Consideration and adoption of resolutions associated with the annual process of ordering, approving, and setting the public hearing on the annual levy of the Open Space Preservation District is required by the Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. FY 2019-20 OSPD Initiate Resolution
b. FY 2019-20 OSPD Intent Resolution
c. FY 2019-20 OSPD Preliminary Assessment Rolls (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
d. FY 2019-20 OSPD Engineer’s Report (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
14. APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF TWO SPECIALIZED VEHICLES – ONE DUMP TRUCK AND ONE STENCIL BODY TRUCK

Approve the purchase of two specialized vehicles for an amount not to exceed $337,197.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Acceptance and Award Dump Truck 081716 (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
b. Acceptance and Award Stencil Truck 120716 (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
c. RFP and Addendum Dump Truck 081716 (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
d. RFP and Addendum Stencil Truck 120716 (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
e. Sourcewell Quote ID 8300 Dump Truck (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
f. Sourcewell Quote ID 9784 Stencil Truck (available in City Clerk’s Reading File)
15. 2018-19 ANNUAL OVERLAY AND SLURRY SEAL PROGRAM, SLURRY SEAL PORTION, PROJECT M0128 – APPROVE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND AWARD CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT

The annual overlay and slurry seal projects are an integral part of the City’s pavement management program. Each year, streets are evaluated and identified for needed pavement preservation and rehabilitation treatments.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. List of Streets
b. Bid Proposal for VSS International, Inc. (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
c. Proposal for Pavement Engineering, Inc. (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
16. CHECK REGISTER NO. 11

Check Register No. 11 for the Period 04/26/19 through 05/09/19 and 05/16/19. Electronic Funds Transfers for the Period 04/29/19 through 05/10/19.

 

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Memo – Check Register No. 11
b. Check Register No. 11 (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
Public Hearings
17. FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

The proposed Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget was presented to the City Council along with the Planning Commission, the Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Commission, and the Arts Commission during the Joint Budget Study Session on May 7, 2019.  In addition, on June 4, 2019, the Planning Commission made a finding by minute action, that the Draft Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Capital Improvement Program is consistent with the City’s General Plan.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. Public Hearing Notice
b. Draft Annual Operating Budget and CIP FY 2019-2020 (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
18. INTRODUCTION AND FIRST READING OF AN ORDINANCE DETERMINING THE ANNUAL STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION FEE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-20

Determination and approval of the rates for the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Fee for Fiscal Year 2019-20.

document City Council Agenda Item Agenda Report
a. 6-11-2019 Public Hearing Notice Storm Water Pollution Prevention pgm
b. FY 2019-20 Stormwater Fee Ordinance
c. FY 2019-20 Stormwater Fee Report (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
d. FY 2019-20 Stormwater Fee Tax Roll (available in the City Clerk’s Reading File)
Public Participation II
Staff Comments
Adjournment
In memory of Carl Boyer
Future Meetings

 

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