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CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

INVOCATION Pastor Tom Charlton, Full Gospel Church

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

2. PUBLIC APPEARANCES/COMMENTS (Not to exceed 4 minutes) this is the

time for the public to address the Council on any item not appearing on the

agenda that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council. The

Mayor will recognize you and when you come to the microphone, please state

your name for the record. You are not allowed to make personal attacks on

individuals or make comments which are slanderous or which may invade an

individual’s personal privacy. Please direct your questions and comments to

the City Council.

a. Introduction of Communications Dispatchers Carmen Leon and Cynthia Martinez

by Michael Crankshaw, Police Chief

3. CONSENT AGENDA Items are approved by one motion. Council Members or

members of the public may request consent items be considered separately at a

time determined by the Mayor.

a. Approve Accounts Payable: August 31, 2016 Pgs 5-15

September 2, 2016 Pg 16

September 8, 2016 Pgs 17-30

b. Adopt Resolution No. 2016- : Resolution of the City Council of the City of

Brawley, California Updating the Conflict of Interest Code for the City of Brawley.

Pgs 31-35

c. Adopt 2 nd Reading of Ordinance No. 2016-04: Ordinance of the City Council of

the City of Brawley, California Amending the Brawley Municipal Code to Change

the Zoning Designation for Specified Properties. Pgs 36-37

d. Reject Claim as recommended by Carl Warren & Company Claims Management

Adjusters for Claimant: Top Notch Seed, Inc.

e. Approve Request for Travel Greater than 500 Miles for LAMBS Project

Coordinator to Attend New Literacy Coordinators Meeting and California Library

Association Conference from November 2 through 6, 2016 in Sacramento, CA.

Pgs 38-41

f. Adopt Resolution No. 2016- : Resolution of the City Council of the City of

Brawley, California Authorizing Designated Persons and/or Positions as

Authorized Signatories on Behalf of the City of Brawley for Imperial Irrigation

District. Pg 42

g. Approve City of Brawley Waiver Request for U.S. Department of Transportation

(DOT) Termination of Essential Air Service (EAS) in El Centro, California. Pg 43

h. Approve City of Brawley Letters to Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. In Support of

Assembly Bill 2170 (Frazier) – Trade Corridor Improvement Fund, In Support of

Assembly Bill 723 (Chiu) – Housing: Finance and In Opposition to Senate Bill

897(Roth) Workers Compensation: ‘4850’ Time Extension. Pgs 43-47

i. Approve Resolution No. 2016- : Resolution of the City Council of the City of

Brawley, California Acceptance of City Owned Vehicle and Equipment Surplus

List and Method to Remove from Inventory. Pgs 48-57

4. REGULAR BUSINESS

a. Discussion and Potential Action to Reschedule October 4, 2016 Regular City

Council Meeting Due to 2016 California League of Cities Conference.

b. Discussion and Potential Action to Purchase One Marked Police Interceptor

Vehicle with Associated Equipment in Total Amount of $39,602 Utilizing San

Diego City Cooperative Bid with Kearney Pearson Ford and Adopt Resolution

No. 2016- : Resolution of the City Council of the City of Brawley, California

Amending the Fiscal Year (FY) 2016/2017 City of Brawley Budget. Pgs 58-62

c. Discussion and Potential Action to Approve Purchase of One Marked 2017

Chevrolet Silverado and Associated Equipment for Brawley Police Department,

Utilizing Operation Stonegarden Grant Funds in the Total Amount of $48,355.59.

Pgs 63-70

d. Discussion and Potential Action to Approve Request by Brawley Chamber of

Commerce to Sell and Consume Alcohol on City Properties on Designated Dates

and Times as Part of the 2016 Cattle Call Festivities and the 2017 Farmer’s

Market Series. Pgs 71-73

e. Discussion and Potential Action re: City of Brawley Business Advisory

Committee. Pgs 74-87

f. Discussion and Potential Action re: the Governor’s Signature or Veto of Various

Bills. Pgs 88-93

5. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS

a. Patricia Dorsey, Parks & Recreation Director, re: Summer Program Statistics

b. Shirley Bonillas, Personnel & Risk Administrator re: Limited Term Policy

Revisited

6. CITY COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS

7. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT

a. Update on Status of One World Beef Industrial Discharge Permit. Pgs 94-96

8. CITY ATTORNEY'S REPORT

9. CITY CLERK'S REPORT

10. CLOSED SESSION

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