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CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL


INVOCATION Pastor Tom Doudy, Brawley Assembly of God

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. Luis Olmedo, Executive Director, Comite Civico Del Valle, Inc.

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: July 17, 2015  Pp 6-21

July 30, 2015  Pp 22-40

August 6, 2015  Pp 41-54

August 13, 2015  Pp 55-74

August 20, 2015  Pp 75-90

August 21, 2015  Pp 91

b. Approve City Council Minutes: June 16, 2015  Pp 92-96

July 7, 2015  Pp 97-101

July 21, 2015  Pp 102-109

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

Adjusters for Claimants: Michael Shelton.

d. Approve Request for Travel Greater than 500 Miles for Marjo Mello, Library

Director and Susan Manager, Assistant Library Director, to attend the

Association of Rural and Small Libraries Conference in Little Rock, AK from

September 29-October 4, 2015.  Pp 110-119

e. Approve Request for Travel Greater than 500 Miles for Shirley Bonillas,

Personnel and Risk Management Administrator, to attend the California Joint

Powers Insurance Authority (CJPIA) Educational Forum in San Francisco,

California from September 23, 2015 through September 25, 2015.  Pp 120-125

f. Approve Resolution No. 2015-  : Resolution of the City Council of the City of

Brawley, Urging the State to Provide New Sustainable Funding for State and

Local Transportation Infrastructure.  Pp 126-132

g. Approve City of Brawley Request of Congressman Juan Vargas to support co-

sponsorship of H.R. 2775 (The Remote Transaction Parity Act).  Pp 133-135

h. Approve Equipment Lease and Purchase Agreement between the City of

Brawley and Allied Waste Services for a 2015 CNG Street Sweeper.  Pp 136-140

i. Approve Resolution No. 2015:  Resolution of the City Council of the City of

Brawley Authorizing Staff and Consultants to Prepare Necessary Documentation

for the Issuance of Bonds to Refund Certain Outstanding California Statewide

Communities Development Authority Water and Wastewater Revenue Bonds

(Pooled Financing Program) Series 2004b and Approving Financing Team

Members in Connection Therewith.  Pp 141-144

j. Approve Resolution No. 2015: Resolution of the Successor Agency to Brawley

Community Redevelopment Agency Authorizing Staff and Consultants to

Prepare Necessary Documentation for the Issuance of Bonds to Refinance

Outstanding Brawley Community Redevelopment Agency Brawley

Redevelopment Project Area No. 1 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds; and Approving

Financing Team Members in Connection Therewith.  Pp 145-148

k. Approve Resolution No. 2015- : Resolution of the City Council of Brawley,

California Amending the Fiscal Year 2015/2016 City of Brawley Budget in the

amount of $60,528 to Comply with the Affordable Care Act.  Pp 149-151

l. Approve Annual Purchase of Ultra Violet (UV) Lamps and Ballasts for the

Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) UV Disinfection System in the Amount of

$31,419.12 from DC Frost Associates, Inc.  Pp 152-153

m. Approve Resolution No. 2015-   : Resolution of the City Council of the City of

Brawley, California Declaring the Floating Surface Aeration Equipment at the

Brawley Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) as Surplus Property and

Authorizing the City of Calipatria’s Removal of Said Equipment.  Pp 154-156

4. PUBLIC HEARINGS


a. Site Plan (SP15-04)/Zone Change (ZC15-01)/General Plan Amendment GPA15-

01/Conditional/Use Permit (CUP15-02) Brawley Senior Apartments. Pp 157-176

1. 1st Reading of Ordinance No. 2015-  : Ordinance of the City Council of the

City of Brawley, California Amending the Brawley Municipal Code to

Change the Zoning Designation for Specified Properties.  

2.  Approve Resolution No. 2015-  : Resolution of the City Council of the City

Brawley, California Amendment to the City of Brawley General Plan.  

b. Annual Review of City of Brawley Utility User Tax.  Pp 177

5. REGULAR BUSINESS


a. Approve Resolution No. 2015- : Resolution of the City Council of the City of

Brawley, California Adopting and Certifying As Accurate the Final Quarterly Plan

Progress Report for the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Accepting

As Complete the Draft Climate Action Plan and Draft General Plan Amendment.

Pp 178-181

b. Discussion and Potential Action re: City of Brawley Finding of Public

Convenience and Necessity to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for

Toni’s Place located at 1115 East Main Street and Requested by Applicant

Josephine Guillen.  Pp 182-186

c. Discussion and Potential Action to Approve Resolution No. 2015-  : Resolution of

the City Council of the City of Brawley, California Declaring an Emergency,

Ratifying Action Taken by the City Manager and Approving Emergency Repair of

a Cracked Water Line on Malan Street Between South 5th Street and South 9th

Street in the Amount of $58,958.98 to A&R Construction and $52,854.29 to

Aggregate Products, Inc. (API).  Pp 187-195

d. Discussion and Potential Action to Approve Resolution No. 2015-  : Resolution of

the City Council of the City of Brawley, California Declaring an Emergency,

Ratifying Action Taken by the City Manager and Approving Emergency Repair of

a Collapsed Manhole on S. Best Avenue at the Intersection with Main Street in

the Amount of $21,594.61 to A&R Construction and in the Amount of $1,461.66

to Aggregate Products, Inc. (API).  Pp 196-204

e. Discussion and Potential Action to Approve Purchase of Four Marked 2016 Ford

Police Interceptor Utility Vehicles and Equipment in the Total Amount of

$173,242.67.  Pp 205-212

f. Review and Potential Action re: Sponsorship Request from United Way of

Imperial County Annual Kick-Off Breakfast & Recognition Awards, Wednesday,

September 16, 2015.  Pp 213-214

6. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS

a. Monthly Staffing Report, August, 2015 – Shirley Bonillas, Personnel & Risk

Management Administrator  Pp 215

b. Update on Online Bill Pay– Ruby Walla, Finance Director  Pp 216-217

7. INFORMATIONAL REPORTS

a. Record of Building Permits for June and July 2015, Prepared by Francisco Soto,

Building Official  Pp 218-221

8. CITY COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS

9. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT

10. TREASURER’S REPORT

11. CITY ATTORNEY’S REPORT

12. CITY CLERK’S REPORT

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