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Meeting Name: City Council/Public Financing Authority Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/3/2019 6:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
Study Session - 4:00 PM / Closed Session - 5:00 PM Special Meeting of the Housing Authority - 6:00 PM
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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19-609 1.Study SessionThe Public Works Department will present the FY 2019/20 proposed Capital Improvement Program (CIP)agenda title only  Action details Video Video
19-654 2.Closed Session AnnouncementMayor Peterson to announce: Pursuant to Government Code § 54957.6, the City Council shall recess into Closed Session to meet with its designated labor negotiator: Lori Ann Farrell-Harrison, Interim City Manager; also in attendance: Robert Handy, Police Chief; Gilbert Garcia, Chief Financial Officer; and Michele Warren, Director of Human Resources regarding the following: Police Management Association (PMA).   Action details Video Video
19-649 3.Closed SessionPursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(2), the City Council shall recess into Closed Session to confer with the City Attorney regarding potential litigation. Number of cases, one (1).agenda title only  Action details Not available
19-650 4.Closed SessionPursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(1), the City Council shall recess into Closed Session to confer with the City Attorney regarding the following lawsuit: Benzen Properties, LLC, et al. v. City of Huntington Beach, et al.; OCSC Case No. 30-2019-01070544agenda title only  Action details Not available
19-656 5.Closed SessionPursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(1), the City Council shall recess into Closed Session to confer with the City Attorney regarding the following lawsuit: Moore (Neal), et al. v. City of Huntington Beach, et al.; OCSC Case No.: 30-2019-01071686.agenda title only  Action details Not available
19-663 6.Closed SessionPursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(d)(1), the City Council shall recess into Closed Session to confer with the City Attorney regarding the following lawsuit: Bedel (Richard) v. City of Huntington Beach; OCSC Case No.: 30-2017-00958740.agenda title only  Action details Not available
19-651 7.Closed SessionPursuant to Government Code § 54957.6, the City Council shall recess into Closed Session to meet with its designated labor negotiator: Lori Ann Farrell-Harrison, Interim City Manager; also in attendance: Robert Handy, Police Chief; Gilbert Garcia, Chief Financial Officer; and Michele Warren, Director of Human Resources regarding the following: Police Management Association (PMA).agenda title only  Action details Not available
19-638 8.InvocationRev. Pattie Mercado of the Huntington Beach Center for Spiritual Living and member of the Greater Huntington Beach Interfaith Council   Action details Video Video
19-558 9.Awards and PresentationsMayor Peterson to call on American Heart Association (AHA) Regional Director of Quality & Systems Improvement, Jennifer Garrow, to present the “Mission: Lifeline EMS Silver Plus Award” for excellence in cardiac care for heart attack victims.agenda title only  Action details Video Video
19-592 10.Awards and PresentationsMayor Peterson to call on Debbie Killey to present the winners of the 2019 Huntington Beach Environmental Board Art Contest for Middle and Senior High School Students.agenda title only  Action details Video Video
19-593 11.Awards and PresentationsMayor Peterson to proclaim Sunday, June 9 as “Huntington Peach Day” as Miracles for Kids hopes to raise funds and awareness for the “Largest Gathering of People Dressed as a Fruit or Vegetable” at the Huntington Beach Pier.agenda title only  Action details Video Video
19-617 12.Awards and PresentationsMayor Peterson to acknowledge the Historic Wintersburg Preservation Task Force.agenda title only  Action details Video Video
19-664 13.Awards and PresentationsMayor Peterson to call on Community Services Director Marie Knight to call on the Childrens’ Needs Task Force Members, to present Certificates to Youth Character Award recipients.agenda title only  Action details Video Video
19-653 14.Awards and PresentationsSpecial recognition to outgoing Huntington Beach Interim City Manager/Assistant City Manager Lori Ann Farrell Harrison.agenda title only  Action details Video Video
19-585 15.Consent CalendarApprove and Adopt MinutesapprovedPass Action details Not available
19-635 16.Consent CalendarApprove the May 2019 City of Huntington Beach Strategic Plan Update   Action details Not available
19-578 17.Consent CalendarReceive and File Residential and Commercial Refuse Collection Rates Effective July 1, 2019 and Appropriate $175,000 from FY18/19 Refuse Fund revenue for FY18/19 Operating ExpendituresapprovedPass Action details Not available
19-660 18.Consent CalendarCity Council Position on Legislation Pending Before the State Legislature as Recommended by the City Council Intergovernmental Relations Committee (IRC)approvedPass Action details Video Video
19-660 18.Consent CalendarCity Council Position on Legislation Pending Before the State Legislature as Recommended by the City Council Intergovernmental Relations Committee (IRC)approvedPass Action details Video Video
19-619 19.Consent CalendarAccept the lowest responsive and responsible bid and authorize execution of a construction contract with RT Contractor Inc. in the amount of $535,000 for the Central Park Restrooms Project, CC1591approvedPass Action details Not available
19-564 20.Consent CalendarAward and authorize execution of a construction contract in the amount of $490,050.00 to Aid Builders, Inc. for the Alley Rehabilitation Project, CC-1569approvedPass Action details Video Video
19-627 21.Consent CalendarApprove and Authorize the Execution of a License Agreement between the City of Huntington Beach and Concours D’Elegance Group for use of Central Library facilities for the Annual Concours Car ShowapprovedPass Action details Not available
19-589 22.Consent CalendarApprove Final Tract Map No. 17801 and Subdivision Agreement for the LeBard Park Residential Subdivision (Seabreeze Homes) by HB Homes Management, LLC at 20461 Craimer LaneapprovedPass Action details Not available
19-622 23.Consent CalendarApprove Affordable Housing Agreement for Tract No. 18147 Windbourne Residential Development (Franklin School Site) located at 14422 Hammon Lane and authorize City Manager to sign documents to effectuate the AgreementapprovedPass Action details Video Video
19-659 24.Consent CalendarApprove and Authorize Execution of Agreement with Tripepi Smith for Cablecasting ServicesapprovedPass Action details Not available
19-643 25.Consent CalendarAdopt Ordinance No. 4181 amending Section 2.76.010 of the Huntington Beach Municipal Code (HBMC) related to exclusions from competitive service by adding the classification of Assistant Chief Financial Officer Approved for Introduction May 20, 2019 - Vote: 4-2-1 (Carr, Hardy-No; Peterson-Absent)approvedPass Action details Not available
19-606 26.Public HearingPublic Hearing To Consider Adopting Resolution No. 2019-28 To Adopt A Budget For The City For Fiscal Year 2019/2020approved as amendedPass Action details Video Video
19-623 27.Public HearingConduct a Tax and Equity Fiscal Responsibility Act (“TEFRA”) public hearing and adopt Resolution No. 2019-41 approving the financing of the construction of improvements to the Pegasus School, located at 19692 Lexington Lane, with no City obligationsapprovedPass Action details Video Video
19-624 28.Public HearingConduct a Tax and Equity Fiscal Responsibility Act (“TEFRA”) public hearing and adopt Resolution No. 2019-40 approving the issuance by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority (“CSCDA”) of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $30,000,000 for Huntington Pointe Apartments, located at 18992 Florida St., with no City obligationsapprovedPass Action details Video Video
19-625 29.Public HearingConduct a Tax and Equity Fiscal Responsibility Act (“TEFRA”) public hearing and adopt Resolution No. 2019-39 approving the issuance by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority (“CDCDA”) of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $28,000,000 for Hermosa Vista Apartments, located at 15363 & 15425 Goldenwest St., with no City obligationsapprovedPass Action details Video Video
19-644 30.Administrative ItemsApprove for Introduction Ordinance No. 4182 Amending Huntington Beach Municipal Code Chapter 2.109 Related to the Finance Commissionwithdrawn  Action details Not available