Long Beach, CA
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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/1/2022 5:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: 411 W. Ocean Boulevard Civic Chambers
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22-1262 11.CA - Abortion Ban Legislation ResoResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution in Opposition to the Proposed National Abortion Ban Legislation S.4840, the “Protecting Pain-Capable Unborn Children from Late-Term Abortions Act”, and H.R.1080, the “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act”; and referring said opposition to the Federal Legislative Committee for inclusion in the 2023 Federal Legislative Agenda. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1263 12.CA - Teleconference meetings ResoResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution making findings pursuant to Government Code Section 54953(e)(3) to authorize City legislative bodies to follow the teleconference meeting provisions of Government Code Section 54953(e)(1)-(2). (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1265 13.CA - Settlement Federico MontoyaAgenda ItemRecommendation to authorize City Attorney to pay sum of $150,000, in full settlement of lawsuit entitled Federico Montoya, et al. v. City of Long Beach, et al., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 20STCV10294.   Not available Not available
22-1266 14.CA - Stipulations for Kyle GraceAgenda ItemRecommendation to authorize City Attorney to submit two Stipulations with Request for Award for approval by the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and if so approved, authority to pay 1) $20,445 and also 2) separate authority to pay $40,020 in compliance with the Appeals Board Order for Kyle Grace.   Not available Not available
22-1267 15.CA - Stipulations for Maria ZavalaAgenda 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 $150,000 in compliance with the Appeals Board Order for Maria Zavala.   Not available Not available
22-1268 16.CAUD - Quarterly Report of CashAgenda ItemRecommendation to receive and file the Quarterly Report of Cash and Investments for the quarter ending March 31, 2022.   Not available Not available
22-1269 17.CC - Minutes 10/4 & 10/11Agenda ItemRecommendation to approve the minutes for the City Council meetings of Tuesday, October 4, and October 11, 2022.   Not available Not available
22-1271 18.CC - Damage ClaimsAgenda ItemRecommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between October 10, 2022 and October 24, 2022.   Not available Not available
22-1272 19.CC - COIAgenda ItemRecommendation to receive and approve Initial Conflict of Interest Code filed, in compliance with State law.   Not available Not available
22-1273 110.ED - ROI for Zaferia PBID D234ResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution approving the Annual Report for October 1, 2022, to September 30, 2023, for the Zaferia Parking and Business Improvement Area, declaring its intention to levy the annual business assessment, and setting the date of hearing for November 15, 2022. (Districts 2,3,4)   Not available Not available
22-1274 111.ED - Seal Beach Yacht Club Lease D3ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary for a Consent and Assumption Agreement between the City of Long Beach (Master Lessor) and Seal Beach Yacht Club, a nonprofit corporation (Sublessee) for tenancy of City-owned property located at the Alamitos Bay Marina Center at 255 North Marina Drive. (District 3)   Not available Not available
22-1275 112.ED - ROI for Bixby Knolls PBID D78ResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution approving the Annual Report for October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023, for the Bixby Knolls Parking and Business Improvement Area, declaring its intention to levy the annual assessment, and setting the date of hearing for November 15, 2022. (Districts 7,8)   Not available Video Video
22-1276 113.ED - Contract to provide training and employment services to residentsContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend or enter into a contract with Contract No. 36251 with College of Instrument Technology, of Bellflower, CA; Contract No. 36260 with Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, of Long Beach, CA; Los Angeles Unified School District, of Los Angeles, CA; Contract No. 36246 with Nurses Development Center Inc., of Cypress, CA; and Contract No. 36250 with Regents of the University of California, a public nonprofit educational institution, on behalf of University Extension of the University of California, Los Angeles dba University of California Los Angeles Extension, of Los Angeles, CA, to provide training and employment services to residents, to increase the total aggregate contract amount by $500,000, for a revised total aggregate amount not to exceed $1,500,000, and extend the term of the contracts to December 31, 2023. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1277 114.FM - Investment Policy for Calendar Year 2023Agenda ItemRecommendation to adopt the Statement of Investment Policy for Calendar Year 2023 pursuant to Section 53646(a) of the State of California Government Code. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1278 115.DHHS - Hyland Inn Lease D6ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute any and all documents necessary for an Occupancy Agreement with Vimal, Inc., dba Hyland Inn, of Long Beach, CA (Owner), and the City of Long Beach (Occupant) to provide temporary shelters for households experiencing homelessness and/or program participants who are homeless and in need of temporary motel lodging within Long Beach, on the stated terms and conditions, for a total contract amount not to exceed $470,600, for six months beginning November 1, 2022, with the option to renew for up to an additional six months, at the discretion of the City Manager. (District 6)   Not available Not available
22-1279 116.PD - JAG 22ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all necessary documents, including subsequent amendments, with the Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, to receive and expend grant funding up to $204,386 from the Fiscal Year 2022 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program Local Solicitation to support the services of a DNA Criminalist, for the period of October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2025; and Increase appropriations in the General Grants Fund Group in the Police Department by $204,386, offset by grant revenue. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1280 117.PD - Permitium-online application system for Concealed Carry Weapons licensesResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Permitium, LLC, of Pineville, NC, for an online application system for Concealed Carry Weapons licenses, in a total annual amount not to exceed $3,000, for a period of two years, with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1281 118.PD - USSS MOUContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a Memorandum of Understanding, and all necessary documents including any subsequent amendments, with the United States Secret Service, to participate in, and receive reimbursement for participation in the Cyber Fraud Task Force (CFTF). (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1282 119.PD - Miller Mendel Pre-Employment Background Investigations RESOResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Miller Mendel, Inc., of Seattle, WA, for a pre-employment background investigations software system, in a total annual amount not to exceed $24,258, for a period of one year, with the option to renew for three additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1283 120.PW - Grant app for Colorado Lagoon Proj to LARMC D3ResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to submit a grant application to the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy for the Colorado Lagoon Project; if awarded, accept an amount up to $1,500,000 in State General Fund funding; and execute all documents necessary to accept the funds. (District 3)   Not available Video Video
22-1284 121.PW - ROW widening purposes at 3525 E. Anaheim St. D4ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept easement deeds from ABC Car Wash, LLC, property owner at 3525 East Anaheim Street, for the installation of public utilities, for right-of-way widening purposes, ADA curb ramp purposes; and Accept the Notice of Exemption from CEQA Number CE-18-097. (District 3)   Not available Not available
22-1285 122.PW - Easement deed for 4500 Atherton Street D4ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept an easement deed from KB 737 Broadway Building, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company, and the owner of the property 4500 Atherton Street, for the installation of public utilities; and Accept Categorical Exemption No. CE-18-057. (District 4)   Not available Not available
22-1286 123.PW - Easement deeds from Sequoia Lands for 1404 Hayes and 1403 Seabright D3ContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept easement deeds from Sequoia Lands, LLC, property owner at 1404 Hayes Avenue and 1403 Seabright Avenue for right of way widening purposes; and Accept the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Notice of Exemption CE-19-216 for 1404 Hayes Avenue and CEQA Notice of Exemption CE 21-046 for 1403 Seabright Avenue. (District 7)   Not available Not available
22-1287 124.PW - Contract w/Wastequip for metal bins/solid waste collectionResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any subsequent amendments, with Wastequip Manufacturing Company, LLC, to purchase metal bins for solid waste collection, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, a state of Minnesota local government unit and service cooperative, in an annual amount not to exceed $800,000, with a 20 percent contingency in the amount of $160,000, for a total annual contract amount not to exceed $960,000, for a term that expires upon the expiration of the the Sourcewell contract on June 2, 2025, with the option to renew for as long as the Sourcewell contract is in effect, at the discretion of the City Manager. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1319 1 Veterans PresentationAgenda ItemGina Overholt, Veterans Commission Program Manager, spoke; and provided a PowerPoint presentation. Gus Orozco, President of the Long Beach Veterans Day Committee, spoke; and continued the PowerPoint presentation.   Not available Not available
22-1288 125.DS - Ord Wetlands Fee D3OrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by adding 18.19 to establish a Sensitive Coastal Resource Impact Fee, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1289 1 DS - Reso Wetlands Fee D3ResolutionAdopt resolution in compliance with Mitigation Fee Act, California Government Code Sections 66000 through 66025 establishing the Sensitive Coastal Resource Impact Fee to $0.25 fee per gross square foot for residential development and $0.25 per gross square foot for nonresidential development for certain parcels in the Mixed-Use Commercial Core and Mixed-Use Marina designations of the SEASP area. The fee would be applied to any development that results in a net increase in development in the area subject to the SEASP. (District 3)   Not available Not available
22-1290 126.DS/FD/PW - Triennial Building CodeOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending and restating Title 18 in its entirety, and adopting local amendments to the 2022 Edition of the California Building Standards Codes and the 1997 Edition of the Uniform Housing Code, all of which are known as the Long Beach Building Standards Code, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1291 1 DS/FD/PW - Ord 2 - Triennial Building CodeOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Sections 8.96.040, 8.96.050, 8.96.080, 8.96.090, 8.96.100, 8.96.110, 8.96.120, 8.96.130, and 8.96.210, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1292 1 DS/FD/PW - Reso - Triennial Building CodeResolutionAdopt resolution making express findings and determinations relating to the adoption of more restrictive code provisions where appropriate; and Determine that these actions (the Project) are categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15305 (Class 5 - Minor Alterations to Land Use Limitations) of the CEQA Guidelines and none of the exceptions in Section 15300.2 apply, and that the Project is further exempt pursuant to Section 15308 (Actions by Regulatory Agencies for Protection of the Environment) and Section 15061(b)(3) (Common Sense Exemption), as the Project will not result directly or indirectly in significant environmental impacts (CE22-144). (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1293 127.ED - Long Beach TBIA D1245ResolutionRecommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record, conclude the public hearing, and adopt resolution continuing the Long Beach Tourism Business Improvement Area assessment levy for the period of October 1, 2022, through September 30, 2023; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to extend the agreement with the Long Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau for a one-year term. (Districts 1,2,4,5)   Not available Video Video
22-1294 128.CD5 - Fund Transfer Pedestrian Lighting UpgradeAgenda ItemRecommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $7,600, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide funding for upgraded pedestrian lighting along Atlantic Blvd; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $7,600 to offset a transfer to the Public Works Department.   Not available Video Video
22-1295 129.CD6 - Funds Transfer Various Community EventsAgenda ItemRecommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $6,000, offset by Sixth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to support the following: 1) City Manager's Office of Special Events and Filming, in the amount of $5,000, in support of the Día de los Muertos event; 2) Kahlo Creative LLC, in the amount of $500, in support of the 2nd Annual Long Beach International Tamales Festival; 3) Peer Education Community Center, in the amount of $500, in support of the 2nd Fall Harvest Resource Festival; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $6,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.   Not available Video Video
22-1296 130.CD8 - Funds Transfer for Community EventsAgenda ItemRecommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,700, offset by the Eighth Council District One-time District Priority Funds, transferred from the Citywide Activities Department, to provide donations of: 1. $1,000 to support Long Beach Community Table; 2. $250 to Steel Magnolias in support of their 2022 Golf Tournament; 3. $450 to the Belmont Shore Business Association in support of the 2022 Belmont Shore Christmas Parade; and Decrease appropriation in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,700, to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.   Not available Video Video
22-1297 131.CD4 - Veterans Annual Vehicle Parking PassAgenda ItemRecommendation to request City Manager to review a proposal to consider a veterans annual vehicle parking pass discount at El Dorado Regional Park.   Not available Video Video
22-1298 132.CD2 - Funds Transfer Dia De Los MuertosAgenda ItemRecommendation to increase appropriations in the Special Advertising and Promotion Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,500, offset by Second Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to support the annual Día De Los Muertos event on November 5, 2022; and Decrease appropriations in the Special Advertising and Promotion Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.   Not available Video Video
22-1299 133.CD5 - Fund Transfer Local Non-Profits & EventsAgenda ItemRecommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $1,450, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide donations to the following: 1) The Salvation Army Long Beach Red Shield, in the amount of $500, in support of the annual holiday fundraiser; 2) American Association of University Women Long Beach, in the amount of $500, for 50th Anniversary of Title IX Event; 3) Belmont Shore Business Association, in the amount of $450, in support of the annual Christmas Parade; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $1,450 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.   Not available Video Video
22-1300 134.CM - Adopt a revised Code of Conduct and EthicsAgenda ItemRecommendation to request City Attorney to prepare an ordinance to amend and restate Chapter 2.07 of the Long Beach Municipal Code to adopt a revised Code of Conduct and Ethics, as proposed by the Ethics Commission. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1301 135.CM - Arts Council ContractContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute an agreement with the Public Corporation for the Arts of the City of Long Beach, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation, dba Arts Council for Long Beach, in the amount of $454,085, to fund arts and cultural activities, for a period of one year. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1302 136.CM - CVB ContractContractRecommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute the 22nd Amendment to Agreement No. 28164 with the Long Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc., to extend the agreement by a period of one-year and to provide funding in the amount of $4,608,676 for Fiscal Year 2023. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1303 137.HR - POA MOUResolutionRecommendation to adopt resolution approving the 2022-2025 Memorandum of Understanding with the Long Beach Police Officers Association. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1304 138.HR - Reso Mandatory employee contribution of 2% to CalPERSResolutionRecommendation to adopt a Resolution of Intention amending the City of Long Beach’s (City) contract with the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) to include a mandatory employee contribution of two (2) percent of compensation earnable toward the City's required employer contribution to CalPERS (in addition to the nine (9) percent statutory employee contribution) pursuant to Government Code Section 20516(a), applicable to the Long Beach Lifeguard Association (LGA) Classic Public Safety CalPERS Members; and   Not available Video Video
22-1305 1 HR - Ord Mandatory employee contribution of 2% to CalPERSOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance authorizing an amendment to the contract between the City of Long Beach and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System and authorizing City Manager of said city to execute said amendment for and on behalf of the City of Long Beach, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)   Not available Not available
22-1306 139.CA - SB 1100 OrdOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Sections 2.03.040, 2.03.090, 2.03.100.A, and 2.03.140 relating to procedures for public comment and disruptions at public meetings, to be effective January 1, 2023, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1307 140.CA - Refund ThresholdOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending section 3.48.040 relating to refund-conditions of payment, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1308 141.CA - Park Playgrounds Kid ZonesOrdinanceRecommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Section 16.16.140 relating to prohibiting adults not accompanying children ages 12 and under from park playgrounds, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)   Not available Video Video
22-1312 142.Mayor - Commission AppointmentsAgenda ItemRecommendation to receive and approve Commission appointments and reappointments for Non-Charter Commissions.   Not available Video Video
22-1313 143.CD9 - DTLBA Incentives & Strategies Addressing VacanciesAgenda ItemRecommendation to direct City Manager and the Department of Development Services to work with the Downtown Long Beach Alliance and community stakeholders to establish incentives and strategies to address commercial vacancies in Downtown Long Beach and to better utilize vacant office space for housing and creative space, including; - Tax incentives to convert vacant office space into housing; - Zoning changes, if necessary to facilitate such conversions; - Working with the State of California regarding their new Adaptive Reuse fund; - A dedicated homelessness outreach plan for Downtown, including increased coordination between the Downtown Long Beach Alliance and City homeless services providers; - Tax and fee holidays to attract new businesses into downtown commercial vacancies; and - Other strategies and incentives designed to increase tenancy and enhance vibrancy in the Downtown community.   Not available Video Video
22-1311 144.ED - Queen Mary Re-opening ImprovementsAgenda ItemRecommendation to increase appropriations in the Tidelands Area Fund Group in the Economic Development Department in an amount of $1,000,000, for various re-opening improvements at the Queen Mary, offset by Fiscal Year (FY) 22 Special Events and Filming revenues designated for this purpose. (District 1)   Not available Video Video
22-1366 1 PC - Joaquin BeltranAgenda ItemJoaquin Beltran spoke regarding various issues; and submitted a handout.   Not available Not available
22-1314 146.supp memoAgenda ItemSupplemental Memorandum - Corrections and/or additions to the City Council Agenda as of 12:00 noon, Friday, October 28, 2022.   Not available Not available
22-1315 147.eCommentsAgenda ItemeComments received for the City Council meeting of Tuesday, November 1, 2022.   Not available Not available