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Vote Log 2000
First Quarter

January 11 January 25 February 8
February 22 March 14 March 28

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Gomes
Kidd
McPoland
Petrovich
Young
Set March 28, 2000 as the date for a joint public hearing on proposed Amendment No. 4 to the Brentwood Redevelopment Plan Project; and proposed Amendment No. 2 to the North Brentwood Redevelopment Plan Project; and the Negative Declaration. Y Y Y Y Y
Appeal of Planning Commission's denial to modify the adopted sign criteria for the former Lucky's shopping center located at Balfour Road and Walnut Boulevard Y Y Y Y N
Professional service agreement, not to exceed $30,000.00 for architectural services for design of City of Brentwood Skate Park Y Y Y Y Y
Appointments of Ronda Berry to a 1-year term and Scott Shephard to a 2-year term to the Parks and Recreation Commission. Y Y Y Y Y
 Appointments of Michael Kerchner and Berchard Shipley to Planning Commission Y Y Y Y A

January 25, 2000

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Gomes Kidd McPoland Petrovich Young
Authorize the City Manager to sign an agreement for the purchase of a Jet Cleaner/Vacuum Truck from Aquatech for $199,847.04. Y Y Y Y Y
Appointment of Dafne Swisher, Alfredo Zamora, Steve Padgett and Tina Ramirez to the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee for terms set to expire January 1, 2003. Y Y Y Y Y
Authorize the City Manager to submit an application to the Great Valley Center for 2000 LEFACI Grant Funds. Y Y Y Y Y
Establish classification, description, salary range, and budget amendment for the City Attorney position. Resolution No. 2001 Y Y Y Y Y
Appoint Dennis Beougher to the position of City Attorney Y Y Y Y ABSN
Terminate the agreement with McDonough, Holland and Allen for legal services Y Y Y Y ABSN
Appoint Larry Shaw, Chief of Police to fill the uncompleted term to Tri-Delta Transit through December 31, 2000 Y Y Y Y Y
Authorize the closure of certain streets and temporarily establish no parking restrictions and tow away zones for the Chamber of Commerce Cornfest 2000 on July 7-9, 2000. Y Y Y Y Y
Application to the Great Valley Center for 2000 LEGACI Grant funds for development of a master plan for areas of enhancement along Marsh Creek Y Y Y Y Y
Approve request from La Fuente Restaurant to allow their employees to park in the city leased parking lot at 715 Second Street. Approved the lot for public parking. Y Y Y Y Y
Comments on the City's preliminary Regional Housing Needs Determination. Authorized the Mayor to sign a letter protesting the proposed revisions to ABAG regional housing needs determination for the City. Y Y Y Y Y

 February 8, 2000

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Gomes Kidd McPoland Petrovich Young
Agreement and necessary documents to purchase three (3) Transport Mobile Bleachers, Model TSP 300 with #78010 enclosed riser option in the amount not to exceed $127,780 from Century Industries Y Y Y Y Y
Reject the claim of Alice Keppler Y Y Y Y Y
Approve support of Proposition 12 Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2000 Y Y Y Y Y
Accepted the Offers of Dedication of streets right of way, public improvements for maintenance, Maintenance Bond, and releasing the associated Performance and Payment Bonds for Subdivision 7948, Greystone Homes, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the same Y Y Y Y Y
Release the Maintenance Bond associated with one year warranty of public improvements for Subdivision 7995, Greystone Homes. Y Y Y Y Y
Accept the landscape improvements for maintenance and Maintenance Bond, and releasing the associated landscaping Performance and Payment Bonds for Subdivision 8011, Greystone Homes. Y Y Y Y Y
Application to the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California for an order authorizing construction of an at-grade crossing across the Union Pacific Railroad Company tracks at Sand Creek Road. Y Y Y Y Y
Executed and file with the Court a Stipulation for Judgment on the property owned by Eugene Mangini, Louis Mangini and Marian Mangini, located at the site of the City’s Sand Creek/O’Hara Avenue Extension Project, accepting real property on behalf of the City for a total cost not to exceed $186,000. Y Y Y Y Y
Adding the following three (3) projects to the City’s 1999/2004 Capital Improvement Program: Fairview Avenue improvements - Minnesota Avenue to Lone Tree Way; reconstruction and widening of Brentwood Boulevard north of Spruce Street (in front of Big "O" and the Ford and Dodge dealers); construction of a bicycle/pedestrian trail on the west side of the railroad between Minnesota Avenue and Marsh Creek [Trail: Railroad (Minnesota Avenue to Marsh Creek), Developer Project], including its incorporation into the Trails Master Plan; and amend Sunset Road Realignment, which includes a bridge over Marsh Creek and modification to the Grant Street traffic signal) to accelerate its timeline. Direct the City Engineer to hire professional design consultants to design the improvements and prepare any necessary environmental reports.Authorize the City Engineer to file applications for Federal Surface Transportation Program and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) Funding for the Brentwood Boulevard Curve. Y Y Y Y Y
Authorizing the addition of one full-time position in the Public Works Water Division and adopting classification description revisions for Water Service Worker I/II. Y Y Y Y Y
Authorize the City Manager to enter into a Purchase Agreement, in the amount of $193,000 for eight (8) Police service vehicles with Bill Brandt Ford and the purchase of the equipment in the amount not to exceed $12,000 to outfit the cars for patrol service. Y Y Y Y Y
Authorize the City Manager to enter into a professional services agreement with RRM Design, not to exceed $80,000, for revision of Park, Recreation, Trail and Creek Master Plans. Y Y Y Y Y
Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Strauss Design Group to provide architectural services for the Lucky Remodel Project. Y Y Y Y Y
Authorize the City Engineer to install a three-way stop sign at Fairview and Minnesota Avenues and have in operation by July 28, 2000. Y Y Y Y Y
Designate the City Clerk as the voting Board member for the Contra Costa Risk Management Insurance Authority Board of Directors, and the City Manager as the alternate. Y Y Y Y Y
Established a policy and adopt a standard payment plan agreement for development fees for commercial, office and industrial development. Y Y Y Y Y
  Y Y Y Y Y
Appoint Ray Carter to serve as Brentwood's representative on the Contra Costa Advisory Council on Aging for a term that will expire on December 31, 2001 Y Y Y Y Y

Initiate the annexation application to LAFCO, and introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 629 to prezone the 40 acres for the expansion of Sunset Park to a Public Facility (PF) designation

Y Y Y Y Y
Initiate the annexation of the 2.92 acre site, and introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 630 changing the prezoning designation of the parcel to a Public Facilities (PF) designation. Y Y Y Y Y
Approval of Resolution No. 2021 modifying the Master Sign Program for the Albertson's/Savon Center Y Y Y Y Y

Discussion regarding a building moratorium.

1) MOTION TO CLOSE DISCUSSION APPROVED 4/1 YOUNG VOTING NO. 

2) MOTION TO CONSIDER A PROPROSAL FOR A PROCEDURE TO IDENTIGY WHAT WOULD CONSITUTE SLOWING DOWN PROPOSED PROJECTS OVER THE NEXT 9-10 MONTHS. MOTION FAILED DUE TO THE LACK OF A SECOND.

Y Y Y Y N
Consideration of request to provide up to $25,000 of City funds to contribute to the sodding of a rebuilt football field at Liberty Union High School Y Y Y Y Y
Approve the request from Kaufman & Broad for $115,000 of PEC Funds subject to plans submitted for a 14,000 Sq. Ft. building on February 9, 2000. Y Y Y Y Y
Consideration of request from Purcell Brackets for $90,000 of PEC Funds. Option #1: Approve the request from Purcell Brackets for $90,000 of PEC Funds. Authorize the City Manager and City Attorney to prepare and execute a Development Agreement memorializing the terms of approval.  Y Y Y N Y

Authorize the City Manager to execute change orders for an additional 5%, for a total of 25%, in construction change orders for Pavement Management Program with funding to come from Water Polybutelene Repair account.

Y Y Y Y Y

February 22, 2000

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Gomes Kidd McPoland Petrovich Young
Reject claim presented by Reynold Hoyt. Y Y Y Y Y
Second reading of Ordinance No. 629 (see above). Y Y Y Y Y
Second reading of Ordinance No. 630 (see above). Y Y Y Y Y
Approve the contract with Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) to underground existing overhead electrical facilities and relocate joint poles on Brentwood Boulevard adjacent to the Dodge and Ford Dealerships and Big O Tires in an amount not to exceed $25,195.99 and authorizing the Mayor and the City Manager to execute the same. Y Y Y Y Y
Accepted the work performed on San Jose Avenue Extension. Accepting a maintenance bond and releasing the related payment and performance bonds, and directing the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion with the County Recorder. Y Y Y Y Y
Accepted the off-site improvements on Fairview Avenue for maintenance, accepting the Maintenance Bond, and releasing the associated Performance and Payment Bonds for Subdivision 8011 (portion of Tentative Map 7948), Greystone Homes. Y Y Y Y Y
Accepted the improvements for maintenance, accepting the Subdivision Maintenance Bond, and releasing the associated Subdivision Performance and Payment Bonds for Subdivision 8011, Townsquare Unit #3, Greystone Homes. Y Y Y Y Y
Support of Proposition 14, California Reading and Literacy Improvement and Public Library Construction and Renovation Bond Act of 2000. Y Y Y Y Y
Additional appropriation for $60,000 for the City Hall remodeling project. Y Y Y Y Y
Adopting the Vasco Road Project Study Report dated July 23, 1999 and the TJKM Vasco Road Fee Study dated February 9, 2000, directing Staff to incorporate the Vasco Road and Walnut Boulevard Infrastructure Improvements into the Roadway Master Plan and the Buildout Analysis of the Roadway Development Fee. Y Y Y N Y
Authorizing the City Engineer to implement a prequalification procedure for prospective bidders to construct the City’s Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), and authorizing staff to tailor the contractor prequalification and appeal procedures, prequalification questionnaire and evaluation criteria for each project individually, and release the questionnaire for public response. Y Y Y Y Y
Review and approval of a resolution authorizing the City Manager to implement a Street Tree Program. Y Y Y Y Y

March 14, 2000

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Gomes Kidd McPoland Petrovich Young
Authorize City Attorney to join amicus brief in Apartment Association of Los Angeles v. City of Los Angeles. Y Y Y Y Y
Set the public hearing date for the appeal of Design Review 99-30 by Aaron Wolter of Centex Homes Design Review 99-30 for April 11, 2000. Y Y Y Y Y
Assignment and Assumption Reimbursement Agreements for Summerset Subdivisions 7939 and 7940 from Blackhawk-Nunn to Pulte. Y Y Y Y Y
Purchase of solid waste front load collection containers and roll off debris boxes from Consolidated Fabricators for $37,635. Y Y Y Y Y

Approve the Final Map for Subdivision 8195 – Ashton Place Unit 3, located in SPA 'L' on the westerly side of Minnesota Avenue north of Sand Creek.

Y Y Y Y Y
Approve the Final Map for Subdivision 8197 – Ashton Place Unit 4, located in SPA 'L' on the easterly side of Minnesota Avenue north of Sand Creek.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approve a resolution accepting the improvements for maintenance for Summerwood - Edgewood Bridge, CIP #336-3073, (Albert D. Seeno Construction Co.) Y Y Y Y Y
Accept improvements for maintenance for offsite improvements on Central Boulevard, Subdivision 7816, Blackhawk-Nunn Partners Y Y Y Y Y
Accept onsite improvements for maintenance for Subdivision 7872, Blackhawk-Nunn Partners. Y Y Y Y Y
Accept onsite improvements for maintenance for Subdivision 7873, Blackhawk-Nunn Partners. Y Y Y Y Y
Approve a resolution designating Berryman & Henigar, Inc. as the Engineer of Work, and approve a Consultant Services Agreement for the preparation of reports for the Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance Districts for fiscal year 2000/2001. Y Y Y Y Y
Approve a resolution awarding a contract for the construction of near-term storm drain improvements for Walnut Boulevard Extension Project to Delta Excavating, Inc. in the amount of $39,858.35. Y Y Y Y Y
Approve a contract addendum with Bellecci & Associates for additional infrastructure design for North Brentwood School.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approve the sale of two Police vehicles to the City of Oakley for $1 each. Y Y Y Y Y
Approve a contract with Downtown Revitalization Consultants for a Feasibility Study to assist in the establishment of a Business Improvement District. Y Y Y Y Y
Approve a resolution adopting an Emergency Operation Plan.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approve the creation of a Downtown Parking Task Force to evaluate the Downtown Parking Program. Y Y Y Y Y
Review of Water/Sewer/Garbage payment period and late charges. Directed staff to return with an item reducing the penalty by 5% with a 20-day grace period. Y Y Y Y Y
Report on streamlined permit process for Community Development.  Directed staff to proceed with the streamlining process. Y Y Y Y Y
Approve of request from Contra Costa County to support the development of the East County Family Transition Center by contributing $30,000 from the low-income Housing set aside funds. RDA Item Y Y Y Y Y
Purchase of poles and fixture material for the Aquatic Complex Phase II Project. Y Y Y Y Y
Adopt the Brentwood Traffic Management Guidelines. Y Y Y Y Y

March 28, 2000

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Gomes Kidd McPoland Petrovich Young
Authorize a loan between the City and the Redevelopment Agency to purchase property at 604 First Street Y Y Y Y Y
Establish a new limit for Long Term Disability benefits Y Y Y Y Y
Accept onsite improvements for the Trail along the railroad tracks on the east boundaries of Subdivision 8178; Lyons Grove, and authorize the release of bonds Y Y Y Y Y
Approve an Engineering Design Contract for $55,550 with Bellecci & Associates, Inc. for design of the new Fire Station Road. Y Y Y Y Y
Approve a Resolution No. 2044 for reimbursement through State-Local Transportation Partnership Program for the Brentwood Boulevard/Grant Street Intersection Improvements Y Y Y Y Y
Initiation of the Central Brentwood Annexation and Prezoning of four (4) sub-areas within the area proposed for annexation Y Y Y Y N
City Attorney and City Clerk to prepare the necessary resolutions for a ballot measure concerning the elimination of the elected mayor position.  Y Y Y Y N
Agreement with McDonough, Holland & Allen to provide special legal services on an as needed basis Y Y Y Y Y
Approve participation in the Eastern Contra Costa County Regional Habitat Conservation Plan Y Y Y Y Y
Authorize the City Manager to negotiate a contract with MCE Corporation to provide maintenance services at City roadways and parks to be approved by the City Council N Y Y N Y
Request the California State Legislature add the Sunset Road Realignment and Bridge Project to their Annual Budget Y Y Y Y Y
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