Long Beach, CA
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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/19/2006 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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06-1348 11.PB - Reso annexation of the Will Johnson ReservoirResolutionRecommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, adopt resolution initiating proceedings and requesting the Local Agency Formation Commission approve an annexation of the Will Johnson Reservoir;approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1322 1 PB - Reso Local AGency Formation CommissionResolutionAdopt resolution initiating proceedings and requesting that the Local Agency Formation Commission approve an annexation of the Rancho Dominguez/Alameda Industrial Area;approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1323 1 PB - Reso Land Use Element of the General PlanResolutionAdopt resolution amending the Land Use Element of the General Plan to include policies for the area and designate Land Use Districts therein; andapprove recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1324 1 PB - Ord Pre-zoning (annexation)OrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance pre-zoning the area for General Industrial and Public Right-of-Way uses for the purpose of annexation of Rancho Dominguez/Alameda Industrial Area and Will Johnson Reservior Property read and adopted as read. (Citywide)declare ordinance read the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council for final readingPass Action details Not available
06-1341 12.PB - Mills Act Historic Prop with Kevin Poi & Thomas Hoehn (4242 Pine Ave)ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute a Mills Act Historic Property contract with Kevin Poi and Thomas Hoehn, owners of 4242 Pine Avenue, a designated landmark generally referred to as the Henry Clock House. (District 8)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1349 13.CA - Compromise and Release (Theodore Davenport)Agenda ItemRecommendation to authorize City Attorney to submit Compromise and Release for approval by the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, and if so approved, authority to pay $30,000 for permanent disability rating, and separate authority to pay $5,000 to resolve vocational rehabilitation benefits for claim of Theodore Davenport, in compliance with the Appeals Board Order.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1350 14.CA - Stipulations with Request (Victoria Love)Agenda ItemRecommendation to authorize City Attorney to submit Stipulation with Request for Award for approval by the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board, and if so approved, authority to pay $8,680 for the claim of Victoria Love, in compliance with the Appeals Board Order.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1357 15.AUDITOR - Contract with Edward White & Co., LLPContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute a contract with Edward White & Co., LLP to perform an Article 9 review in an amount not to exceed $205,000 for the term of the contract from December 1, 2006 to November 30, 2007.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1356 16.CC - Claims received between 12/7 - 12/14/06Agenda ItemRecommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between December 7, 2006 and December 14, 2006.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1358 17.CC - Grant extension for Mariposa RestaurantAgenda ItemRecommendation to grant an extension of time until January 22, 2007 for filing report of the Hearing Officer on the suspension/revocation of entertainment Permit No. BU99041410 issued to Mariposa Restaurant Group LLC, dba Mariposa, 100 W. Broadway, Long Beach, 90802. (District 2)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1292 18.CD - 2nd Amended & Restated Ground LeaseContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute an Amendment to the Second Amended and Restated Ground Lease and Memorandum of Lease for the Pike at Rainbow Harbor Project. (District 2)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1325 19.CD - Contract with Kelli BernardContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to submit an application for an allocation of federal New Markets Tax Credits and approve a contract with Kelli Bernard to prepare the application and to provide project administration for the program, if approved. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1364 110.FM - Reso Downtown Dining & Entertainment District PilotResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution maintaining standardized Entertainment District conditions of operation and tiered conditions;approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1305 1 FM - Ord Downtown Dining and Entertainment District Pilot ProgramOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance extending the Downtown Dining and Entertainment District Pilot Program through March 31, 2007, read and adopted as read. (Districts 1,2)declare ordinance read the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council for final readingPass Action details Not available
06-1326 111.DHHS - Annual Inspection of Local Detention Facilities ReportAgenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file the Annual Inspection of Local Detention Facilities Report by the Department of Health and Human Services. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1327 112.LBGO - Assignment Consent Agreement to Assignment From Edgington Oil CompanyResolutionRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute (i) an Assignment Consent Agreement to Assignment from Edgington Oil Company to Edgington Oil Company, LLC, certain rights and obligations under the Customer Natural Gas Transportation/Service Agreement with the City of Long Beach, and (ii) the Assignment Consent Agreement attached in Exhibit A to the Resolution. (District 9)approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1328 113.PRM - Reso overnight parking feeResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution to change the overnight parking fee at beach area parking lots from $30 per month, or any portion thereof, to include a discounted fee of $25 per month, or any portion thereof, for paying for the term of the pass in advance. (Districts 2,3)approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1329 114.PRM - Contracts for landscape architecture servicesContractRecommendation to award contracts to Katherine Spitz Associates, Inc.; Nuvis; David Volz Design; Hirsch & Associates, Inc.; RBF Consulting; Melendrez; Moore Iacofano Goltsman, Inc.; and RJM Design Group, Inc., for as-needed landscape architecture services for a three-year, as-needed service contract, with a maximum authorized amount of $600,000 over the three-year period. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1330 115.PD - App of Michael David Ellis, dba Riley’s Pub & GrillABC LicenseRecommendation to receive and file the application of Michael David Ellis, dba Riley’s Pub & Grill, to drop a partner from an Alcoholic Beverage Control License at 4133 E. Anaheim Street. (District 4)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1331 116.PD Application of SG Fuels Inc., dba Arco AM/PMABC LicenseRecommendation to receive and file the application of SG Fuels Inc., dba Arco AM/PM, for a person-to-person transfer of an Alcoholic Beverage Control License, at 1001 Redondo Avenue, with existing conditions. (District 4)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1332 117.PD - Application of Habiba Begum Hoque, dba Wing StopABC LicenseRecommendation to receive and file the application of Habiba Begum Hoque, dba Wing Stop, for a person-to-person transfer of an Alcoholic Beverage Control License, at 2000 Long Beach Boulevard, with existing conditions. (District 6)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1333 118.PD - Application of Kyeong Ju Ham, dba John’s Liquor & Jr. MarketABC LicenseRecommendation to receive and file the application of Kyeong Ju Ham, dba John’s Liquor & Jr. Market, for a person-to-person transfer of an Alcoholic Beverage Control License, at 1428 Atlantic Avenue, with existing conditions. (District 6)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1334 119.PD - Application of Sazzadur Rahman, dba Shop N Go Food & LiquorABC LicenseRecommendation to receive and file the application of Sazzadur Rahman, dba Shop N Go Food & Liquor, for a person-to-person transfer of an Alcoholic Beverage Control License, at 2990 E. Artesia Boulevard, with existing conditions. (District 9)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1165 120.PW - Tract No. 62142 (Broadway/Linden)ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute subdivision agreements and find that all requirements of the final subdivision map have been satisfied and approve the map for Tract No. 62142 located at the southwest corner of Broadway and Linden Avenue. (District 2)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1335 121.PW - Easement deeda djacent to 1593-1643 Pacific AvenueContractRecommendation to authorize City Attorney to accept an easement deed for alley widening adjacent to 1593 - 1643 Pacific Avenue. (District 1)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1336 122.PW - Reso of intention (Adjacent to 210 E. Third St)ResolutionRecommendation to adopt Resolution of Intention to vacate a portion of the east-west alley in the block west of Long Beach Boulevard and south of Third Street, adjacent to 210 E. Third Street, and set a date for a public hearing on the vacation for January 23, 2007, at 5:00 P.M. (District 2)approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1337 123.PW - Map for Tract No. 64294ContractRecommendation to find that all requirements of the final subdivision map have been satisfied and approve the map for Tract No. 64294 located north of 10th Street and west of Stanley Avenue. (District 4)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1338 124.PW - Easement Deeds related to development of Douglas ParkContractRecommendation to request City Attorney to accept three easement deeds for the dedication of new street right-of-way related to the development of Douglas Park. (District 5)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1339 125.PW - Facility/Pipeline Permit No. P-140-83ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute an Assignment Consent Agreement for a portion of Facility/Pipeline Permit No. P-140-83 from Kinder Morgan Liquids Terminals, LLC (formerly GATX Terminals Corporation) to Paramount Petroleum Corporation, in accordance with Section 15.44.220, Permit-Transfer, of the City of Long Beach Municipal Code. (District 9)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1355 126.VARIOUS - minutesAgenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file minutes of: Harbor Commission - November 20 and December 4, 2006 (3). Planning Commission - October 5 and 19, 2006. Water Commission - November 16, 2006.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1368 127.LEGISLATIVE - Proclamation (Kevin Boylan)Ceremonial ItemRecommendation to approve Proclamation in recognition for Kevin Boylan, Director of Human Resources, on the occasion of his retirement.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1353 128.CD3 - 2007 Federal Legislative AgendaAgenda ItemRecommendation to approve the 2007 Federal Legislative Agenda as recommended by the Federal Legislation Committee.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1351 129.CD5 - Report on Staffing and Reopening LibrariesAgenda ItemRecommendation to request City Manager provide the City Council a report within thirty days concerning the status and projected schedule of reinstating library hours at all library branches.received and filedPass Action details Not available
06-1352 130.CD5 - Establishment of appropriate staffing levels for Police & Fire Depts.Agenda ItemRecommendation to request Public Safety Committee review a proposal and report back to the full City Council within 60 days, to establish by ordinance a Public Safety Commission comprised of the Mayor, City Council, City Manager, Chief of Police, Fire Chief and City Prosecutor that shall establish appropriate levels of public safety staffing consistent with the City’s population, public safety priorities, police and fire policies and practices, number of calls for service, response times, uniform crime reporting data, population size and density, demographics of population, citizen demands for services, municipal resources, surrounding jurisdiction crime statistics and data from the National Fire Protection Association, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Insurance Services Office, International Cities Management Association and the Commission on Fire Accreditation International. The Commission shall report its findings and the City Council shall adjust budgeting for public safety staffing accordingly. Nothing would preclude the Mayor and City Council from convening this Commapprove recommendationFail Action details Not available
06-1352 1 CD5 - Establishment of appropriate staffing levels for Police & Fire Depts.Agenda ItemRecommendation to request Public Safety Committee review a proposal and report back to the full City Council within 60 days, to establish by ordinance a Public Safety Commission comprised of the Mayor, City Council, City Manager, Chief of Police, Fire Chief and City Prosecutor that shall establish appropriate levels of public safety staffing consistent with the City’s population, public safety priorities, police and fire policies and practices, number of calls for service, response times, uniform crime reporting data, population size and density, demographics of population, citizen demands for services, municipal resources, surrounding jurisdiction crime statistics and data from the National Fire Protection Association, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Insurance Services Office, International Cities Management Association and the Commission on Fire Accreditation International. The Commission shall report its findings and the City Council shall adjust budgeting for public safety staffing accordingly. Nothing would preclude the Mayor and City Council from convening this Commreceived and filedPass Action details Not available
06-1354 131.CD5 - Lakes & Pond Management: Wate Quality * WaterfowlAgenda ItemRecommendation to request City Manager to report within 45 days the following: 1) Does the City employ a limnologist who is responsible for on-going assessment and maintenance of the City's lakes and ponds? 2) Does the City have a comprehensive plan to manage and maintain these lakes and ponds? 3) Has the water quality and condition of these lakes and ponds been assessed and what are the results? 4) Are the configuration and management of these lakes and ponds a part of the City's storm water management program? 5) Does the City employ an avian specialist who can work with the City to develop an avian protection plan that includes a public education effort to discourage (and/or perhaps fine) visitors who feed birds at the lakes and ponds?approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1359 132.EC/HN - Noise Pollution & AbatementAgenda ItemRecommendation to City Council to concur in recommendation of the Housing and Neighborhoods Committee related to amending the Noise Ordinance restricting hours of operation for certain construction equipment and for residential noise.approve recommendation and refer Pass Action details Not available
06-1360 133.CD2 - Enforcement of Illegally Modified Exhaust SystemsAgenda ItemRecommendation to request Chief of Police, City Prosecutor and City Manager to implement an action plan to reduce excessively loud noise from illegally modified exhaust systems based on, but not limited to, the following measures: a. Continued active enforcement of the California Vehicle Code (Section 27150 & 27151) relating to illegally modified exhaust systems. b. A public education campaign informing the press, residents and businesses of the Police Department’s proactive efforts to enforce excessive noise violations. In particular, businesses associated with motorcycle sales, repair and modification or those frequented by motorcycle enthusiasts. c. Communication with neighboring cities and enforcement agencies of our proactive stance. d. Communication with residents in the City who have motorcycles registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), informing them of the Police Department’s intent, rationale for the proactive stance and notification that unmodified motorcycles will not be in violation. e. Checkpoints or task force strategies focused on particular locaapprove recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1361 134.CD8 - Initiate a Community Family FairAgenda ItemRecommendation to request City Manager, in cooperation with the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) and other community resources, to provide the staff and assistance to initiate a series of Long Beach Community Family Fairs, with the first event to take place in early January in Bixby Knolls. This event could include a youth forum, roundtable discussions and a resource fair to highlight the many positive opportunities available for youth in our City.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1362 135.EDF - Fire Sprinklers & Fire Alerting SystemsAgenda ItemRecommendation to City Council to concur in the recommendation of the Economic Development and Finance Committee to direct City Attorney to prepare an ordinance adopting the recommendations for fire sprinkler retrofit alternatives for existing commercial and residential high-rise buildings, multi-family, hotels, and motels with 50 or more units under one roof.approve recommendation and refer Pass Action details Not available
06-1363 136.CD1 - Establishment of Ethics CommissionAgenda ItemRecommendation to request City Attorney draft an ordinance that establishes an Ethics Commission for the City of Long Beach whose duties would include advice and education: oversight of disclosure reports, lobbying and lobbyist registration; recommendation to the Council regarding new ethics regulations and policies; campaign issues (contribution limits, expenditures, permitted uses of funds, disclosure reports, campaign accounts, loans and time periods), and other issues that may be added at a later date.approve recommendation and refer Pass Action details Not available
06-1303 137.CM - Contract for Federal Legislative Representation ServicesContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute a contract for federal legislative representation services provided by Van Scoyoc Associates, Inc., for a term of nine months at an amount not to exceed $135,000; and increase appropriations in the General Fund (GP) and in the City Manager’s Office (CM) by $46,260. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1340 138.FM - Report on Community Facilities District No. 6Agenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file Annual Report on Community Facilities District No. 6 to comply with the Local Agency Special Tax Bond and Accountability Act. (District 2)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1343 139.LBGO - Specifications No. G-240ContractRecommendation to adopt Plans and Specifications No. G-240 for gas main and service line replacement and authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with ARB, Inc., in an estimated amount of $6,379,298. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1344 140.PD - Application of SRKH Investments LLC, dba PCH Poultry & MarketABC LicenseRecommendation to determine that the application serves the public convenience and necessity, and receive and file the application of SRKH Investments LLC, dba PCH Poultry & Market, for an original Alcoholic Beverage Control License, at 1701 Magnolia Avenue, with conditions. (District 1)withdrawn  Action details Not available
06-1345 141.PW - Airport activities reportAgenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file the Airport activities report. (District 5)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1342 142.CA - Ord Holders of Veteran's license PlatesOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Chapter 10.28 and Section 10.30.020; and by adding Section 10.38.140, exempting holders of veteran’s license plates from certain parking fees read and adopted as read. (Citywide)declare ordinance read the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council for final readingPass Action details Not available
06-1290 243.CA - ORD Parking Vehicles for SaleOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending Section 10.22.080 of the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Subsection W relating to parking vehicles for sale, read and adopted as read. (District 9)approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1309 244.CA - ORD Code of EthicsOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending Section 2.07.010 of the Long Beach Municipal Code regarding the Code of Ethics, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)referredPass Action details Not available
06-1313 245.CD - Poly High Redev Project AreadOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending certain time limits for the Poly High Redevelopment Project Area; andapprove recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1314 2 CD - West Beach Redev Project AreaOrdinanceDeclare ordinance amending certain time limits for the West Beach Redevelopment Project Area, read and adopted as read. (Districts 1,2,6)approve recommendation and adoptPass Action details Not available
06-1369 146.MAYOR - Appointment of Jeanette GavinAppointmentRecommendation to appoint Belmont Shore resident and Improvement Association member Jeanette Gavin to the vacancy position on the Belmont Shore Parking & Business Improvement Area Advisory Commission; effective as of January 1, 2007.approve recommendationPass Action details Not available
06-1370 147.PD - Grant funding from Dept of Homeland Security TransContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager to execute all necessary documents to receive and expend grant funding from the Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Administration, 2003 Port Security Grant; and increase appropriations in the General Grants Fund (SR) and in the Police Department (PD) by $200,163. (Citywide)approve recommendationPass Action details Not available