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May 27, 2014: City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency/Sanitary District

TimeItem
0h 3m 45s 2. CONSENT ITEMS: (Items 2.a. and 2.b. will be acted on simultaneously with one motion unless separate discussion and/or action is requested by a Commissioner.)
0h 4m 1s 4. ADJOURNMENT OF HOUSING AUTHORITY:
0h 7m 16s 3.a. Community Spotlight: Recognition of Gaviota Hernandez Ocampo, Santiago High School student, for receiving a $7,500 scholarship from Disneyland Resort.
0h 12m 14s 4. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: (To be held simultaneously with the Successor Agency and Sanitary District Oral Communications.)
0h 20m 55s 5.a. Economic Development Strategic Plan.
0h 30m 25s 2.a. Receive and file minutes from the November 26, 2013, December 10, 2013, and January 14, 2014, meetings.
0h 34m 46s 4. MATTERS FROM SUCCESSOR AGENCY CHAIR, MEMBERS AND DIRECTOR:
0h 34m 57s CONDUCT SANITARY DISTRICT BUSINESS
0h 35m 36s 5. ADJOURNMENT OF SANITARY DISTRICT:
0h 35m 53s 6. CONSENT ITEMS: (Items 6.a. through 6.k. will be acted on simultaneously with one motion unless separate discussion and/or action is requested by a Council Member.)
0h 38m 11s 7.a. Amendment to Planned Unit Development No. PUD-104-70 to allow a 59-foot tall electronic reader board sign with a double-sided 562 square foot sign area that will display on-premise advertisements subject to the conditions of approval adopted by Planni
1h 21m 18s 7.b. Amendment No. A-007-2014 to amend Title 9 of the City of Garden Grove Municipal Code to expressly designate donation collection bins located outside of an enclosed building to be a prohibited use in all zones throughout the city and to require the rem
1h 27m 37s 8.a. Main Street Assessment District No. 1.
1h 29m 19s 9.a. Initiation of proceedings for the levying of FY 2014-15 assessments for the Garden Grove Street Lighting District, Street Lighting District No. 99-1, and the Park Maintenance District.
1h 31m 26s 9.b. Adoption of a Resolution approving the Annual Report of the Garden Grove Tourism Improvement District (GGTID) Advisory Board, declaring its intention to levy assessments for Fiscal Year 2014-15 for the GGTID, and fixing the time and place of a Public
1h 35m 10s 9.c. Approval of a Purchase and Sale Agreement for the acquisition of real property located at 12262 Tamerlane Drive, Garden Grove. (Cost: $450,000)
1h 38m 7s 9.d. Approval of the Third Amendment to the Agreement with the County of Orange to provide forensic services. (Cost: not to exceed $435,317)
1h 40m 45s 11.a. Presentation on Regulatory Options for electronic cigarettes.
City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency/Sanitary District
AGENDA

Garden Grove City Council
Regular Meeting
Garden Grove Housing Authority
Regular Meeting
The City of Garden Grove as Successor Agency to the Garden Grove Agency for Community Development
Regular Meeting
Garden Grove Sanitary District Board
Regular Meeting

May 27, 2014

7:00 p.m.

Community Meeting Center
11300 Stanford Avenue, Garden Grove, CA 92840
Bruce A. Broadwater
Mayor
Dina Nguyen
Mayor Pro Tem
Steven R. Jones
Council Member
Christopher V. Phan
Council Member
Kris Beard
Council Member


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CLOSED SESSION  6:15 P.M.
 
ROLL CALL: COUNCIL MEMBER BEARD, COUNCIL MEMBER JONES, COUNCIL MEMBER PHAN, MAYOR PRO TEM NGUYEN, MAYOR BROADWATER
 

1.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS ON CLOSED SESSION MATTERS: 

 
ADJOURN TO FOUNDERS ROOM
 

2.

CLOSED SESSION:

 

2.a.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION  Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9 (d)(2) (One potential case) 

 
ADJOURN TO COUNCIL CHAMBER 
 
OPEN SESSION 6:30 P.M.
 
CONDUCT HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING
 
ROLL CALL: COMMISSIONER BECKLES, COMMISSIONER BROADWATER, COMMISSIONER JONES, COMMISSIONER NGUYEN, COMMISSIONER O’CONNOR, VICE CHAIR PHAN, CHAIR BEARD
 

1.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:

 
 

2.a.

Receive and file the Housing Authority Status Report for April 2014.

 
 

2.b.

Receive and file minutes from the February 25, 2014, March 25, 2014, and April 22, 2014, meetings.

 

3.

MATTERS FROM CHAIR, COMMISSIONERS AND DIRECTOR:

 
 
CONDUCT CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS
 
ROLL CALL: COUNCIL MEMBER BEARD, COUNCIL MEMBER JONES, COUNCIL MEMBER PHAN, MAYOR PRO TEM NGUYEN, MAYOR BROADWATER
 
INVOCATION
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
 

3.

PRESENTATIONS:

 
 
 

4.a.

Public Comments.

 

4.b.

Council Member response to Public Comments.

 

5.

WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS:

 
 
RECESS CITY COUNCIL AND SANITARY DISTRICT 
 
CONDUCT SUCCESSOR AGENCY BUSINESS
 
ROLL CALL: MEMBER BROADWATER, MEMBER NGUYEN, MEMBER PHAN, VICE CHAIR BEARD, CHAIR JONES
 

2.

CONSENT ITEMS:

 
 

3.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

3.a.

Adoption of a Resolution approving the Purchase and Sale Agreement with The Hennessy Group Inc., for the sale of real property located 13502 Lanning Street, 13501 Barnett Way and 13502 Barnett Way, Garden Grove.  (Gross revenue:  $515,000)

 
 
 

5.

ADJOURNMENT OF SUCCESSOR AGENCY:   

 
CONDUCT SANITARY DISTRICT BUSINESS
 
ROLL CALL: MEMBER BROADWATER, MEMBER JONES, MEMBER NGUYEN, VICE PRESIDENT BEARD, PRESIDENT PHAN
 

2.

CONSENT ITEMS:  (Items 2.a. through 2.c. will be acted on simultaneously with one motion unless separate discussion and/or action is requested by a Member.)

 

2.a.

Award of contract to Tetra Tech, Inc., to provide engineering services for Priority Sewer Improvements Project Nos. 52 and 53.  (Cost: $128,000)

 
 

2.b.

Acceptance of Project No. 7806 - Belgrave Pump Station Replacement as complete.

 
 

2.c.

Receive and file minutes from the February 25, 2014, March 25, 2014, and April 22, 2014, meetings.

 

3.

ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:  None.

 

4.

MATTERS FROM BOARD MEMBERS AND GENERAL MANAGER:

 
 
RECONVENE CITY COUNCIL
 
 

6.a.

Approval of Lease Agreements with Enterprise Leasing for five police vehicles.  (Cost:  not to exceed $36,000)

 
 

6.b.

Authorize the issuance of a purchase order to Frontier Ford for one utility body service truck.  (Cost: $33,488.70)

 
 

6.c.

Authorize the issuance of a purchase order to Theodore Robins Ford for one utility body crane truck.  (Cost: $58,392.24)

 
 

6.d.

Authorize the issuance of two purchase orders to Fairview Ford Sales, Inc., for one dump truck and one utility body service truck.  (Cost: $46,772.34 - dump truck; $39,206.27 - utility body service truck)

 
 

6.e.

Authorize the issuance of a purchase order to CDW-G for the purchase of Microsoft Office 2013 Licenses.  (Cost:  138,745.42)

 
 

6.f.

Adoption of a Resolution approving Government Code Section 65402(a) exempting minor street-related real property acquisitions, dispositions, vacations or abandonment from General Plan conformity review.

 
 

6.g.

Approval of a Purchase and Sale Agreement with Tai Phan and Karim Forsat for sale of a remnant parcel located at 12971 Trask Avenue, Garden Grove.  (Revenue:  $17,000)

 
 

6.h.

Approval of an Agreement with the City of Huntington Beach for the Garden Grove Police Department to provide supplemental law enforcement services.

 
 

6.i.

Receive and file minutes from the October 22, 2013, November 12, 2013, November 26, 2013, December 10, 2013, and January 14, 2014, meetings.

 

6.j.

Approval of warrants.

 

6.k.

Approval of Waiver of full reading of Ordinances listed.

 

7.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 
 

7.a.1.

ORDINANCE NO.    , for introduction and first reading, by title only, entitled AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GARDEN GROVE APPROVING PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT NO. PUD-104-70 (REV. 2014), A TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE STANDARDS OF DEVELOPMENT FOR SIGNAGE OF PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT NO. PUD-104-70 TO ALLOW A 59’-0" TALL FREEWAY-ORIENTED ELECTRONIC READER BOARD SIGN, SUBJECT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT APPROVAL

 
 
 

7.b.1.

ORDINANCE NO.    , for introduction and first reading, by title only, entitled AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GARDEN GROVE APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. A-007-2014 OF THE GARDEN GROVE MUNICIPAL CODE TO ADD CHAPTER 9.50 TO EXPRESSLY PROHIBIT OUTDOOR DONATION COLLECTION BINS THROUGHOUT THE CITY AND TO REQUIRE THE REMOVAL OF ALL EXISTING OUTDOOR DONATION COLLECTION BINS

 
 

8.

COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MATTERS:

 
 

8.a.1.

Adoption of a Resolution pursuant to the Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 (Sections 22500 et seq. of the California Streets and Highway Code) initiating proceedings to levy annual assessments for the 2014-15 Fiscal Year for the City of Garden Grove Main Street Assessment District No. 1, and ordering the City Engineer to prepare and file a report in accordance with Article 4 of Chapter 1 of the Act.

 

8.a.2.

Adoption of a Resolution approving the City Engineer’s Report regarding the levy of an annual assessment within the City of Garden Grove Main Street Assessment District No. 1, for Fiscal Year 2014-15.

 

8.a.3.

Adoption of a Resolution declaring intention to order the maintenance of certain improvements in the Main Street Assessment District No. 1 in the City of Garden Grove; describing the District to be benefited, and declaring intention to levy an assessment to pay the cost and expenses thereof; and setting the time and place for the Public Hearing on the question of the levy of the proposed assessment.

 
 
 

9.

ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:

 
 

9.a.1.

Adoption of a Resolution initiating proceedings to levy annual assessments for the 2014-15 Fiscal Year for the City of Garden Grove Street Lighting District and ordering the City Engineer to prepare and file a report thereto.

 

9.a.2.

Adoption of a Resolution initiating proceedings to levy annual assessments for the 2014-15 Fiscal Year for the City of Garden Grove Street Lighting District No. 99-1 and ordering the City Engineer to prepare and file a report thereto.

 

9.a.3.

Adoption of a Resolution initiating proceedings to levy annual assessments for the 2014-15 Fiscal Year for the City of Garden Grove Park Maintenance District and ordering the City Engineer to prepare and file a report thereto.

 

9.a.4.

Adoption of a Resolution approving the City Engineer’s reports regarding the levy of an annual assessment within the City of Garden Grove Street Lighting District, the City of Garden Grove Street Lighting District No. 99-1, and the City of Garden Grove Park Maintenance District for Fiscal Year 2014-15.

 

9.a.5.

Adoption of a Resolution declaring the City’s intention to levy and collect assessments within the City of Garden Grove Street Lighting District for Fiscal Year 2014-15 and setting a time and place for a Public Hearing on the levy of the proposed assessments.

 

9.a.6.

Adoption of a Resolution declaring the City’s intention to levy and collect assessments within the City of Garden Grove Street Lighting District No. 99-1 for Fiscal Year 2014-15 and setting a time and place for a Public Hearing on the levy of the proposed assessments.

 

9.a.7.

Adoption of a Resolution declaring the City’s intention to levy and collect assessments within the City of Garden Grove Park Maintenance District for Fiscal Year 2014-15 and setting a time and place for a Public Hearing on the levy of the proposed assessments.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

10.

ORDINANCES PRESENTED FOR SECOND READING AND ADOPTION:  None.

 

11.

MATTERS FROM THE MAYOR, CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS, AND CITY MANAGER:

 
 

12.

ADJOURNMENT:

 

The next Regular Meeting of the City Council will be held on Tuesday, June 10, 2014, at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Avenue, Garden Grove.