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Sep 22, 2009: City Council

 

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City Council
AGENDA

Garden Grove City Council

Regular Meeting

September 22, 2009

06:45 p.m.

Community Meeting Center, Council Chamber
11300 Stanford Avenue, Garden Grove, CA 92840
William J. Dalton
Mayor
Dina Nguyen
Mayor Pro Tem
Bruce A. Broadwater
Council Member
Steven R. Jones
Council Member
Kris Beard
Council Member


Meeting Assistance: Any person requiring auxiliary aids and services, due to a disability, to address the City Council, should contact the City Clerk's Office 72 hours prior to the meeting to arrange for accommodations. Phone: 714) 741-5040.

Agenda Item Descriptions: Are intended to give a brief, general description of the item. The City Council may take legislative action deemed appropriate with respect to the item and is not limited to the recommended action indicated in staff reports or the agenda.

Documents/Writings: Any revised or additional documents/writings related to an item on the agenda distributed to all or a majority of the Council Members within 72 hours of a meeting, are made available for public inspection at the same time (1) in the City Clerk's Office at 11222 Acacia Parkway, Garden Grove, CA 92840, during normal business hours; (2) on the City's website as an attachment to the City Council meeting agenda; and (3) at the Council Chamber at the time of the meeting.

Public Comments: Members of the public desiring to address the City Council are requested to complete a pink speaker card indicating their name and address, and identifying the subject matter they wish to address. This card should be given to the City Clerk prior to the start of the meeting. General comments are made during “Oral Communications,” and should be limited to matters under consideration and/or what the City Council has jurisdiction over. Persons wishing to address the City Council regarding a Public Hearing matter will be called to the podium at the time the matter is being considered.

Manner of Addressing the City Council: After being called by the Mayor, you may approach the podium, it is requested that you state your name for the record, and proceed to address the City Council. All remarks and questions should be addressed to the City Council as a whole and not to individual Council Members or staff members. Any person making impertinent, slanderous, or profane remarks or who becomes boisterous while addressing the City Council shall be called to order by the Mayor. If such conduct continues, the Mayor may order the person barred from addressing the City Council any further during that meeting.

Time Limitation: Speakers must limit remarks for a total of (5) five minutes. When any group of persons wishes to address the City Council on the same subject matter, the Mayor may request a spokesperson be chosen to represent the group, so as to avoid unnecessary repetition. At the City Council's discretion, a limit on the total amount of time for public comments during Oral Communications and/or a further limit on the time allotted to each speaker during Oral Communications may be set.

PLEASE SILENCE YOUR CELL PHONES DURING THE MEETING.

INVOCATION: Keith Jones, Public Works Director.
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
 

1.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS - PUBLIC: (To be held simultaneously with Agency and Sanitary District Oral Communications.)

 

2.

WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS:

 

2.a.

Request from Boy Scout Troop 1103 for co-sponsorship of the Ninth Annual Cub Scout Pushcart Derby on Sunday, March 21, 2010.
 
 

1.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS - PUBLIC: (To be held simultaneously with Agency and Sanitary District Oral Communications.)

 
RECESS
 
CONDUCT AGENCY BUSINESS
 
CONDUCT SANITARY DISTRICT BUSINESS
 
RECONVENE
 

3.

CONSENT ITEMS: (It is recommended that Items 3.a. through 3.q. be acted on simultaneously unless separate discussion and/or action is requested by a Council Member.)

 

3.a.

Proclamation declaring September 2009 as National Preparedness Month.

 
 

3.b.

Proclamation recognizing the World OKTA North America Trade Conference from September 24 through September 26, 2009.

 
 

3.c.

Proclamation declaring September 26, 2009, as Mesothelioma Awareness Day.

 
 

3.d.

Proclamation declaring October 2009 as Toastmasters’ Month.

 
 

3.e.

Proclamation declaring October 2009 as Lupus Awareness Month.

 
 

3.f.

Proclamation commemorating the creation and naming of The Garden of Garden Grove Park by the City of Anyang, Sister City to Garden Grove.
 
 

3.g.

Resolution adopting the 2009 Emergency Operations Plan.

 
 

3.h.

Resolution approving individuals authorized to invest monies in the Local Agency Investment Fund on behalf of the City of Garden Grove and the Garden Grove Agency for Community Development

 
 

3.i.

Plans and special provisions for the construction of the Lewis Storm Channel from upstream of Garden Grove Boulevard to the Haster Street off-ramp.

 
 

3.j.

Purchase Order to Econolite Control Products for traffic signal controllers.  (Cost:  not to exceed $100,000)

 
 

3.k.

Agreement with 911 Vehicle, Inc. to build one Police supervisor’s vehicle.  (Cost:  not to exceed $50,000)

 
 

3.l.

Authorization of expenditure from Water Fund for Sewer Improvement Project No. 7811 for additional water line improvements at Trask Avenue and Gilbert Street.  Cost:  $245,598) (Companion Item to Sanitary District Agenda Item 2.a.)

 
 

3.m.

Agreements with Group Delta Consultants, Inc. and Kleinfelder for geotechnical and related services.  (Cost: not to exceed $200,000 each)

 
 

3.n.

Rejection of all bids for Project No. 7113 - Four School Pedestrian Actuated Traffic Signals and Two Traffic Signal Modification Installations; and authorize re-advertisement for bids.

 
 

3.o.

Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the City Council held June 9, 2009.

 

3.p.

Warrants.

 

3.q.

Waiver of full reading of Ordinances listed.

 

3.f.

Proclamation commemorating the creation and naming of The Garden of Garden Grove Park by the City of Anyang, Sister City to Garden Grove.

 

4.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

4.a.

FY 2008-09 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). Annual Report submitted to HUD describing and assessing the use of CDBG, ESG, and HOME funds over the past year.
 
 

5.

COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MATTERS:  None.

 

6.

ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:

 

6.a.

Review of the conditions of approval for the CAN Restaurant.
 
 

6.b.

Extend Agreement with Correctional Systems Inc. for jail facility consultant/coordination services.  (Cost: $231,682 for six months.)

 
 

7.

ORDINANCES PRESENTED FOR SECOND READING:  None.

 

8.

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

 

9.

ADJOURNMENT: