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Jun 25, 2013: City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency/Sanitary District

TimeItem
0h 1m 26s CONDUCT HOUSING AUTHORITY
0h 1m 30s 2. CONSENT ITEMS:
0h 1m 51s 3.a. Proposed Budget.
0h 6m 57s 5. MATTERS FROM CHAIR, COMMISSIONERS AND DIRECTOR:
0h 7m 10s 6. ADJOURNMENT OF HOUSING AUTHORITY:
0h 8m 32s CONDUCT CITY COUNCIL
0h 9m 48s 2. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS: (To be held simultaneously with the Successor Agency and Sanitary District Oral Communications.)
0h 33m 0s 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.)
0h 33m 41s 3.a. Proposed Successor Agency Budget.
0h 38m 43s 6. ADJOURNMENT OF SUCCESSOR AGENCY:
0h 39m 10s 2.a. Acceptance of Project No. 7820 - Euclid Street/Lampson Avenue Sewer Improvements Project as complete.
0h 39m 28s 3.a. Adoption of a Resolution authorizing charges for sewer services in the areas that extend beyond the city limits and do not receive water services from the City to be collected on the property tax roll.
0h 42m 24s 3.b. Proposed Sanitary District Budget.
0h 49m 29s 3.b.2. Adoption a Resolution setting the Fiscal Year 2013-14 Garden Grove Sanitary District appropriations limit.
0h 52m 6s 6. ADJOURNMENT OF SANITARY DISTRICT: The Garden Grove Sanitary District is adjourned to Tuesday, July 9, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Avenue, Garden Grove.
0h 52m 9s 4. CONSENT ITEMS: (Items 4.a. through 4.l. will be acted on simultaneously with one motion unless separate discussion and/or action is requested by a Council Member.)
0h 53m 44s 5.a. Approval of Substantial Amendment No. 1 to the 2010-15 Consolidated Action Plan and the 2013-14 Annual Action Plan with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for HOME Funds.
0h 58m 23s 5.b. Fiscal Year 2013-14 Assessment for the Main Street Assessment District No. 1.
1h 2m 14s 5.c. Fiscal Year 2013-14 Garden Grove Tourism Improvement District Advisory Report and Assessment.
1h 8m 7s 5.d. Proposed Budget.
1h 43m 54s 6.a. Acceptance of Letter of Resignation from Planning Commissioner Miriam Allred.
1h 44m 32s 6.b. Appointments to the City's Planning Commission.
1h 45m 51s 7.a. Ordinance establishing the Paramedic Tax Override Rate for Fiscal Year 2013-14.
1h 47m 40s 8.a. Ordinance amending the Municipal Code establishing Social Host Liability.
1h 48m 13s 9. MATTERS FROM THE MAYOR, CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS, AND CITY MANAGER:
1h 54m 49s 10. ADJOURNMENT:
City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency/Sanitary District
AGENDA

Garden Grove City Council
Regular Meeting

Housing Authority
Regular Meeting

The City of Garden Grove as Successor Agency to the Garden Grove Agency for Community Development
Regular Meeting

Sanitary District
Regular Meeting



June 25, 2013

06:30 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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OPEN SESSION 6:30 P.M.
 
CONDUCT HOUSING AUTHORITY
 
ROLL CALL: COMMISSIONER BECKLES, COMMISSIONER BROADWATER, COMMISSIONER JONES, COMMISSIONER NGUYEN, COMMISSIONER Oâ??CONNOR, VICE CHAIR PHAN, CHAIR BEARD
 

1.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:

 
 

2.a.

Receive and file the Housing Authority Status Report for May 2013.

 
 

3.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 
 

3.a.1.

Adoption of a Resolution adopting an Annual Budget for Fiscal Year 2013-14.

 
 

4.

ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:  None.

 
 
 

THE TUESDAY, JULY 28, 2013, HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING IS CANCELLED.

 
CONDUCT CITY COUNCIL
 
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
 

1.

PRESENTATIONS:  None.

 
 

2.a.

Public Comments.

 

2.b.

Council Member response to Public Comments.

 

3.

WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS:  None. 

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

2.a.

Approval of an Agreement with HdL Coren & Cone for consulting services associated with the financing for the Water Park Hotel project.  (Cost: not to exceed $25,000)

 
 

2.b.

Approval of the Amendment to the Agreement with Hartfield Construction for demolition of structures at 12291 Harbor Boulevard, 12311 Harbor Boulevard, 12292 Thackery Drive and 12312 Thackery Drive, Garden Grove.  (Cost:  approximately $61,547)  (Companion item to City Council item no. 4.k.)

 
 

2.c.

Approval of Warrants.

 

3.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:  (Motion to approve will include adoption of each Resolution unless otherwise indicated.)

 
 

3.a.1.

Adoption of a Resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2013-14 Successor Agency budget.

 
 

4.

ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:  None.

 

5.

MATTERS FROM SUCCESSOR AGENCY CHAIR, MEMBERS AND DIRECTOR:

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

2.

CONSENT ITEMS: 

 
 
 

3.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:  (Motion to approve will include adoption of each Resolution unless otherwise indicated.)

 
 
 
 

3.b.1.

Adoption of Resolutions approving the Garden Grove Sanitary District annual budget for Fiscal Year 2013-14, and reappropriating Project Balances and Encumbrances from Fiscal Year 2012-13.

 
 
 

4.

ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:  None.

 

5.

MATTERS FROM BOARD MEMBERS AND GENERAL MANAGER:

 
 
RECONVENE CITY COUNCIL
 
 

4.a.

Award of Purchase Orders to Simpson Chevrolet, Selman Chevrolet, and Guaranty Chevrolet for automotive parts.  (Total cost:  as needed not to exceed $150,000)

 
 

4.b.

Award of Purchase Orders to Villa Ford, Theodore Robins Ford, and Ford of Orange for automotive parts.  (Total cost:  as needed not to exceed $150,000)

 
 

4.c.

Approval of a Density Bonus Housing Agreement with Garden Grove 14051 Hope, LLC, for the development project located at 14051 Hope Street, Garden Grove.

 
 

4.d.

Approval of Agreement with Orange County Council of Governments (OCCOG) for Clerk to the Board services.

 
 

4.e.

Rejection of all bids and authorization to readvertise for bids for Project No. 7232 - Harbor Boulevard Rehabilitation and Median Modification Project, and Project No. 7233 - Euclid Street Rehabilitation and Median Modification Project.

 
 

4.f.

Approval of an Agreement with All City Management Services, Inc. for crossing guard services.  (Cost:  not to exceed $185,000)

 
 

4.g.

Approval of Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement with Horizon Cross Cultural Community Center for transportation services for the H. Louis Lake Senior Center Senior Mobility Program.  (Cost:  $207,237)

 
 

4.h.

Approval to accept funds from the California Board of State and Community Corrections to be used for law enforcement services.  (Grant Revenue:  $82,343)

 
 

4.i.

Award of Contracts for on-call land surveying services to Bruce Hall Land Surveyor, Inc., KDM Meridian Surveying Mapping and Land Services and Penco Engineering, Inc.  (Cost:  as needed and not to exceed $200,000 for each contract for three years)

 
 

4.j.

Approval of Warrants.

 

4.k.

Approval of the Amendment to the Agreement with Hartfield Construction for demolition of structures at 12291 Harbor Boulevard, 12311 Harbor Boulevard, 12292 Thackery Drive and 12312 Thackery Drive, Garden Grove.  (Cost:  approximately $61,547)  (Companion item to Successor Agency item no. 2.b.)

 
 

4.l.

Approval of waiver of full reading of Ordinances listed.

 

5.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:  (Motion to approve will include adoption of each Resolution unless otherwise indicated.)

 
 
 
 
 

5.b.1.

Conduct the Public Hearing for the proposed annual levy of assessments.

 

5.b.2.

Receive the report from the City Clerk regarding protests received.

 

5.b.3.

Adoption of a Resolution making determinations and confirming the diagram and assessments in the matter of Main Street Assessment District No. 1.

 
 

5.c.1.

Conduct the Public Hearing for the proposed annual levy of assessments.

 

5.c.2.

Receive the report from the City Clerk regarding protests received.

 

5.c.3.

Adoption of a Resolution of the confirming the annual report of the Garden Grove Tourism Improvement District Advisory Board, and levying the assessment for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 for the Garden Grove Tourism Improvement District.

 
 
 

5.d.1.

Conduct the Public Hearing for the proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2013-14.

 

It is recommended that Items 5.d.2. through 5.d.7. be acted on simultaneously unless separate discussion and/or action is requested by a Council Member. 

 

5.d.2.

Adoption of a Resolution adopting Basic Services, Cable Services, Grant Services, Water Services, Capital Improvements, Special Assessments relating to Street Lighting, Main Street and the Parking District, Tourism Improvement District, and Park Maintenance District budgets for Fiscal Year 2013-14.

 

5.d.3.

Adoption of a Resolution adopting an appropriations limit for Fiscal Year 2013-14 implementing Article XIII B of the State Constitution pursuant to Section 7900 et seq. of the Government Code.

 

5.d.4.

Adoption of a Resolution appropriating fund balances as of June 30, 2013, to reserves for future year reappropriation.

 

5.d.5.

Adoption of a Resolution reappropriating certain Fiscal Year 2012-13 project balances and encumbrances for Fiscal Year 2013-14.

 

5.d.6.

Adoption of a Resolution adopting an annual budget for the Garden Grove Housing Authority for Fiscal Year 2013-14.

 

5.d.7.

Approval of Fiscal Year 2013-14 Overnight Conferences and Training sessions.

 
 

6.

COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MATTERS:

 
 
 
 

7.

ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION:

 
 

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 ESTABLISHING THE AMOUNT OF MONEY FOR PARAMEDIC SERVICES THAT MUST BE RAISED BY AN AD VALOREM TAX OVERRIDE AND THE SETTING OF THE TAX RATE OF SAID OVERRIDE

 
 

8.

ORDINANCES PRESENTED FOR SECOND READING AND ADOPTION:

 
 

8.a.1.

ORDINANCE NO. 2831, for second reading and adoption, by title only, entitled AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GARDEN GROVE ESTABLISHING SOCIAL HOST LIABILITY FOR THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL BY PERSONS UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE AT PARTIES, GATHERINGS, OR EVENTS

 
 
 
 

The next Regular Meeting of the City Council will be held on Tuesday, July 9, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Avenue, Garden Grove.