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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Revised
Meeting date/time: 12/17/2019 1:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall - Art Pick Council Chamber Originally Published: December 5, 2019
Housing Authority
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19-3940 11CLK - PC 12-17-19PUBLIC COMMENTThis is the portion of the meeting specifically set aside to invite your comments regarding Closed Session items and any matters within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Housing Authority - Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes and you will be asked to state your name and city of residence. Please complete and submit a speaker card to the City Clerk. Video Video
19-3955 12CC - Legislative update 12-17-19COMMUNICATIONSIntergovermental relations and legislative update (All Wards) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3943 13CM Calpers challenge update 12-17-19Communications (Afternoon)California Public Employees Retirement System challenge/financial solvency update (All Wards) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3912 14FIN- Actuarial- 12-17-2019WORKSHOPCalPERS actuarial analysis performed by Bartel and Associates, LLC., for future retirement funding projections (Finance) (All Wards) (30-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3832 15FIN- Fourth Quarter 18/19-12-17-2019DISCUSSION CALENDAR (Afternoon)MEASURE Z - Fiscal Year 2018-19 Fourth Quarter Financial Report and Measure Z update - Interfund transfers totaling $384,571 from General Fund to Grants and Restricted Programs and Capital Project Funds - Supplemental appropriations (Finance) (All Wards) (10-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3967 16CMO - Q1 Performance Report 12-17-19DISCUSSION CALENDAR (Afternoon)MEASURE Z - Fiscal Year 2019-20 Quarterly performance report on vital indicators, Department accomplishments, strategic goals, performance measures, and Measure Z funding (City Manager) (All Wards) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3873 17PW-CC-Award Bid No. 7631, 12/17/2019Public WorksAward Bid 7631 to All American Asphalt, Corona, for $13,138,339.25 with ten percent change order authority for total of $14,452,172.25 for Magnolia Avenue Improvements from Buchanan Street to Banbury Drive - Reimbursement agreement with Western Municipal Water District for $350,000 for relocation of existing facilities - Supplemental appropriations (Public Works) (Wards 6 and 7) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-4091 17aCC City Logos 12-17-19DISCUSSION CALENDAR (Afternoon)Councilwoman Plascencia recommends guidelines for City Council collateral and insignias for official City business (City Council) (All Wards) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3751 18CC - PH Downtown Parking BIA - 12/17/19PUBLIC HEARING/PLANNING REFERRALS AND APPEALSA Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, confirming the Annual Report of the Riverside Downtown Partnership acting in its capacity as the Advisory Board to the Downtown Parking and Business Improvement Area and levying assessments for Calendar Year 2020 - Waive further reading (Finance) (Wards 1 and 2) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3728 19CC - PH Commercial shopping center 3483 and 3505 Van Buren 12/17/19PUBLIC HEARING/PLANNING REFERRALS AND APPEALSCases P18-0571, P18-0612, P18-0432, P18-0433, P18-0434, P18-0436, P18-0437, and P19-0282 - Oscar Etemadian of Magnolia Crossings, LLC - Magnolia Avenue Specific Plan Amendment for freeway-oriented sign for commercial shopping center, rezoning to modify boundary of Neighborhood Commercial Overlay Zone, conditional use permits for 3,812-square-foot fast food drive-thru restaurant, vehicle fuel station with 3,812-square-foot convenience store with off-sale of beer/wine, 1,300-square-foot quick service restaurant, and 1,200-square-foot automated car wash facility, design review of project plans, variance to allow alcohol sales within 100 feet of property zoned for residential uses, and determination of public convenience or necessity to allow off-sale of beer/wine in Census Tract with an over-concentration of alcohol licenses - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, amending Chapter 4 of the Magnolia Avenue Specific Plan to permit community entry signs - Waive further reading - Introduce an Ordinance of the City of Riverside, California, amending the Zoni Video Video
19-3923 110CC - PH Mission Heritage 12/17/19PUBLIC HEARING/PLANNING REFERRALS AND APPEALSMission Heritage Plaza - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside approving the issuance of Revenue Bonds by the California Municipal Finance Authority in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $32,000,000 to finance a 72-unit multifamily rental housing facility for the benefit of Mission Heritage, LP, or another entity created by Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation (or an affiliate), and certain other matters relating thereto - Waive further reading - 3933 Mission Inn Avenue and 3655 Fairmount Boulevard (Finance) (Ward 1) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3729 111CC - PH Appeal by David Gilmore of Grae La Sierra LLC 12/17/19PUBLIC HEARING/PLANNING REFERRALS AND APPEALSCases P18-0849, P18-0850, and P19-0512 - David Vanderzell on behalf of THVS Investments, LLC - Appeal by David Gilmore of Grae La Sierra LLC - Staff recommends denial of appeal of Planning Commission approval of conditional use permit for dance studio, banquet facility, and entertainment in conjunction with Type 42 Alcohol License within existing 10,666-square-foot building, variance to allow on-sale of alcoholic beverages within 600 feet of hospital, and determination of public convenience or necessity to allow the on-sale of beer and wine in an over concentrated census tract - Determine project is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act review subject to Section 15301 (Existing Facilities), and will not have significant effect on environment - 3740 Park Sierra (Community and Economic Development) (Ward 6) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3778 112CA Wilder v City 12-17-19CLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(b)(3)(c) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning Sean Wilder v. City of Riverside Claim No.: 19-10-09 Not available
19-3852 113Desrosiers v CityCLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(1) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning Christopher Desrosiers v. City of Riverside, RCSC Case No. RIC 1811923 Not available
19-3974 114CA - Peacock 12-17-19CLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(1) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning Kenneth Peacock v. City of Riverside, et al., RCSC Case No. RIC 1714037 MF Not available
19-3777 115CA larson v City (WCAB) 12-17-19CLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(1) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning Jeffrey Larson v. City of Riverside, WCAB Claim No: ADJ 11162404 Not available
19-3828 116Haverkamp v CityCLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(1) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning Karen Haverkamp v. City of Riverside, WCAB Claim No: ADJ 10371646 Not available
19-3855 117CA Rodgers v City 12/17/19CLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(1) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning Vincent Rodgers v. City of Riverside, WCAB Claim No: ADJ 12561770 Not available
19-3201 118CA exposure to litigation 12-17-19CLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(2) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning one case of anticipated litigation Not available
19-3207 119CA WTI 12-17-19CLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(4) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning two case of anticipated litigation Not available
19-3213 120CA labor 12-17-19CLOSED SESSIONSPursuant to Government Code §54957.6 to review the City Council's position and instruct designated representatives regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits of all Executive Management employees including the City Attorney and City Clerk, all Management and Confidential employees as defined by PERS, Fire Management Unit, Riverside City Firefighters Association, Riverside Police Officers Association (Police and Police Supervisory Units), Service Employees International Union #721, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers #47, and Riverside Police Administrators Association Not available
19-3509 121HR - Annual Presentation - 12-17-19PRESENTATIONSHuman Resources Board report by Chair Maureen Mitchell (All Wards) (10-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3939 122CC - Brief reports 12-17-19MAYOR/COUNCILMEMBER COMMUNICATIONS Brief reports on conferences, seminars, and regional meetings attended by Mayor and City Council, Ward updates, and announcements of upcoming events Video Video
19-3950 123CC Mayors Freemont Chorale 12-17-19MAYOR'S PRESENTATIONSMayor Bailey to introduce Freemont Elementary School Jazz Choir for holiday performance (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3673 124Books Con Amigos presentation 12/17/19MAYOR'S PRESENTATIONSMayor Bailey to call upon Councilmember Perry to present Certificates of Appreciation to contributing authors and primary sponsor for participation in Books Con Amigos (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3798 125OHS - Longest Night 12/17/19MAYOR'S PRESENTATIONSMayor Bailey to present Proclamation to Homeless Solutions Officer Hafsa Kaka recognizing December 21, 2019, as Longest Night of Year and National Memorial Day for Persons with Homelessness (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3941 126CLK-PC PM 12/17/19PUBLIC COMMENT 7 P.M.This is the portion of the meeting specifically set aside to invite your comments regarding Consent Calendar items and any matters within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Housing Authority - Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes and you will be asked to state your name and city of residence. Please complete and submit a speaker card to the City Clerk. Video Video
19-3942 127CC - Minutes 12-17-19City ClerkMinutes of December 3, 2019 Not available
19-3907 128CED-City Sponsorships-12-17-2019Community and Economic DevelopmentDevelopment Committee recommends Fiscal Year 2019-20 City Sponsorship Program total support of $170,213 with $94,400 monetary funding from Arts and Cultural Affairs Division City Sponsorship Account and Riverside Public Utilities Account and in-kind contributions valued at $75,813 for charitable and community events from January 1 - June 30, 2020 (All Wards) Not available
19-4039 128aCC - Charter Review Appt - CLK - 12/17/2019MayorMayor Bailey and Councilmember Hemenway recommend appointment of Monrow Mabon to Charter Review Committee to fill vacancy created by resignation of Art Angel (All Wards) Not available
19-3947 129CC - Committee 12-17-19City CouncilAnnouncement of committee meetings: Mayor’s Nominating and Screening Committee at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, Art Pick Council Chamber Public Safety Committee at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, December 18, 2019, Art Pick Council Chamber Not available
19-3877 130OHS-NPHS-12-17-2019City ManagerHousing Authority - First Amendment to Purchase Option Agreement with Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services, Inc., for 90-day extention to facilitate application to State Multifamily Housing Program for development of 22-unit permanent supportive housing community for very low-income individuals - 11049 Bogart Avenue (Ward 7) Not available
19-3951 131OHS-Security Guard-12-17-2019City ManagerMEASURE Z - Agreement with Power Security Group, Inc., for $94,080 from Measure Z-Homeless Services Account for unarmed security guard services for one-year term with one-year extension option - 2880 Hulen Place and 1919 Massachusetts (All Wards) Not available
19-3952 132OHS-National Core-12-17-2019City ManagerA Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, supporting an 80-unit affordable housing project to be located at 11253 Pierce Street and supporting the submission of applications by National Community Renaissance of California to the State of California for development funding - Waive further reading (Ward 7) Not available
19-3831 133Adopt ordinance - 3444 Center 12/17/19Community and Economic DevelopmentCase P18-0020 - Joel Farkes of Kings Co., LLC - Adopt an Ordinance of the City of Riverside, California, amending the Zoning Map of the City of Riverside pursuant to Chapter 19.090 of the Riverside Municipal Code by rezoning property located at 3444 Center Street, between Orange and Claire Streets, from the R-1-7000 - Single Family Residential Zone to R-1-7000-MH - Single Family Residential and Mobile Home Park Overlay Zones - Waive further reading (Intro. on 12-3-19, Ward 1) Not available
19-3858 134CED - OHP Grant - 12-17-2019Community and Economic DevelopmentState Office of Historic Preservation grant for $9,000 to host National Alliance of Preservation Commission Workshop as part of Commission Assistance and Mentoring Program - Supplemental appropriation (All Wards) Not available
19-3910 135CED - UCR Health Services-12-17-2019Community and Economic Development2019-2020 Housing and Urban Development Annual Action Plan Amendment and Subrecipient Agreement with UCR Health to reprogram $47,500 from Health to Hope Clinics Program to UCR Health-Hulen Place/Primary Care Services - Funds transfer - 2880 Hulen Place (Ward 1) Not available
19-3830 136Adopt Ordinance - 6611 & 6613 School Circle 12-17-19Community and Economic DevelopmentCase P14-0508 - Edward Bonadiman of Joseph Bonadiman and Associates, Inc., on behalf of Central Medical Group, LLC - Adopt an Ordinance of the City of Riverside, California, amending the Zoning Map of the City of Riverside pursuant to Chapter 19.090 of the Riverside Municipal Code by rezoning property located at 6611 and 6613 School Circle Drive, from the R-1-7000-SP - Single Family Residential and Specific Plan (Magnolia Avenue) Overlay Zones to MU-V-SP Mixed Use Village and Specific Plan (Magnolia Avenue) Overlay Zones - Waive further reading (Intro. on 12-3-19, Ward 3) Not available
19-3908 137CED - The Box Update-12-17-2019Community and Economic DevelopmentThe Box at Fox Entertainment Plaza reduced facility rental rates update, marketing plan development and implementation, and research of unified ticketing system (All Wards) Not available
19-3878 138FIN-Park Development Fees- 12-17-2019FinanceFiscal Year 2018-19 local park development impact fees update (All Wards) Not available
19-3880 139FIN- Regional and reserve park fees- 12-17-2019FinanceFiscal Year 2018-19 Regional Parks and Reserve Parks Development Impact Fees update (All Wards) Not available
19-3881 140FIN- IMPACT FEES REPORT - 12-17-2019FinanceFiscal Year 2018-19 annual report of development impact fees for Overlook Parkway Crossing of Alessandro Arroyo (Ward 4) Not available
19-3882 141FIN- TRAILS DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE- 12-17-2019FinanceFiscal Year 2018-19 trails development impact fee update (All Wards) Not available
19-3915 142FIN- Special District- 12-17-2019FinanceFiscal Year 2018-2019 Annual Local Agency Special Tax and Bond Accountability Act report of use of Special Tax revenue for Special Districts and local bond measure proceeds (Wards 2, 5, 6, and 7) Not available
19-3916 143FIN-2011A Water Refunding- 12-17-2019FinanceA Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, authorizing certain actions related to an interest rate reset and remarketing of the previously authorized and issued variable rate refunding Water Revenue Bonds, Issue of 2011A - Waive further reading - Remarketing Statement to reflect SIFMA Index Interest Rate Period and financing team (All Wards) Not available
19-3853 144GS - RPD HQ - 12-17-19General ServicesMEASURE Z - Agreement with Citygate Associates, LLC, for $95,953 from Measure Z Fund Balance for Police Headquarters Siting, Facilities Optimization and Operational Study - Supplemental appropriation (All Wards) Video Video
19-3833 145PSA WITH ARTISAN CLAIMS CRAFT FOR WC UTILIZATION - HR - 12-17-19Human ResourcesAgreement with Artisan Claims Craft, Inc., Walnut, for $125,000 annually from Paid Claims-Medical Account for Workers’ Compensation Utilization Review Program Administration through October 31, 2022, with two one-year extension options (All Wards) Not available
19-3754 146IT - Network Refresh - 12-17-19Innovation and TechnologyMEASURE Z - Agreement with Vector Resources, Inc., doing business as VectorUSA, for $2,562,278.02 with up to ten percent change order authority from various Network Refresh project accounts for Data Network Refresh services and products through December 31, 2021 (All Wards) Not available
19-3905 147IT - 5 Dell Servers - 12-17-19Innovation and TechnologyMEASURE Z - Purchase five Dell VxRail servers from Dell, Inc., Round Rock, Texas, under NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Agreement for $559,688.25 from IT GIS Technology Upgrade Project and IT-Administration Measure Z Technology Replacement Accounts for GIS Modernization Project (All Wards) Not available
19-3893 148MUS software 12-17-19MuseumAgreement with Gallery Systems, Inc., for $63,025 from Museum Software Purchases/Licensing Account for museum collections management software and data conversion services (All Wards) Not available
19-3876 149PRCSD - IELLA - 12/17/19Parks, Recreation, and Community ServicesSecond Amendment to Lease Agreement with Inland Empire Latino Lawyers, Inc., for $5,224.23 for additional 694 square feet of office space at Cesar Chavez Community Center at Bobby Bonds Park through September 17, 2020 - 2060 University Avenue (Ward 2) Not available
19-3920 150PRCSD - Trails Master Plan - 12/17/19Parks, Recreation, and Community ServicesTrails Master Plan update for $65,000 from Regional Park Special Capital Improvement Fund Trail Development Impact Fee Account to Southern California Association of Governments - Supplemental appropriation (All Wards) Not available
19-3922 151PRCSD - Bus Wraps -12/17/19Parks, Recreation, and Community ServicesAward Bid 7691 to GCI Digital Imaging Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, for $127,015 from Proposition 1B-Repaint 35 Mini-Buses Account for bus wraps on thirty-five mini buses for Special Transportation Division (All Wards) Not available
19-3904 152PD - BULLETPROOF VESTS - 12-17-19Police Issue purchase order for 105 soft armor vests and accessories from Safariland, LLC, Jacksonville, Florida, for $89,788.99 from State COPS Account (All Wards) Not available
19-3810 153PU - Camino Solar Pwr. Purch. Agmt. - 12-17-19Public UtilitiesAgreement with Camino Solar, LLC, for approximately $4,780,000 annually from Public Utilities Power Resources Energy Account for Photovoltaic and Battery Energy Storage Project to provide renewable solar photovoltaic energy, battery energy storage, associated environmental attributes, and capacity rights for fifteen-year term (All Wards) Video Video
19-3811 154PU - Shareholders Proxy - 12-17-19Public UtilitiesDelegation of shareholder proxy authority to voting representatives and alternates for mutual water companies (All Wards) Not available
19-3867 155PU - Funding From MWD - WMWD. - 12-17-19Public UtilitiesMember Agency Administered Program funding from Metropolitan Water District through Western Municipal Water District of $50,000 for Smart Irrigation Program - Supplemental appropriation (All Wards) Not available
19-3854 156PU - AMI Mgmt System - 12-17-19Public UtilitiesFiscal Year 2019-20 Master Personnel Detail and Electric Advanced Meter System and Meter Data Management System update - Transfer $155,668 from Field Services Division to Electric Operations Division eliminating one Utilities Field Services Manager and adding two full-time Electric Meter Technician positions (All Wards) Not available
19-3911 157CC - RPU WMP 12-17-19Public UtilitiesPublic Utilities Wildfire Mitigation Plan in accordance with Senate Bill 901 (All Wards) Not available
19-3949 158CC - Charter Review Interim - CLK 12/17/19City ClerkCharter Review Committee Chair Jack B. Clarke, Jr., to present an update on Committee work (All Wards) (City Clerk/City Attorney) (10-minute presentation) Video Video
19-4089 158aCC - RERC Emergency Repairs 12-17-19DISCUSSION CALENDAR Requires at least five affirmative votes - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, (1) declaring that the repair work to the gas turbines for Riverside Energy Resource Center Units 1 and 3 is of urgent necessity for the preservation of life, health, and property and waiving the formal competitive procurement requirements of City Charter Section 1109; and (2) authorizing the issuance of emergency purchase order in the amount of $4,983,319 to GE Packaged Power Inc., of Houston, Texas for the emergency repairs - Waive further reading - Issue purchase order to GE Packaged Power Inc., Houston, Texas for $4,530,289 from Electric Fund Unrestricted, Undesignated Cash Revenue and ten percent change order authority - Supplemental appropriation (Public Utilities) (All Wards) (5-minute presentation) Video Video
19-4103 158bOHS - Temporary Emergency Housing 12-17-19City ManagerMEASURE Z - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, declaring the establishment of emergency housing at designated public facilities to be of urgent necessity for the preservation of life, health, and property pursuant to Charter Section 1109 and waiving competitive procurement requirements therefor; and amending Resolution No. 23387 to expand the definition of “Designated Public Facilities," - Waive further reading - Temporary housing alternatives for unsheltered population including additional beds at Hulen Place Campus, National Guard Armory, and Emergency Shelter and augmented funding for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program - Pursue Measure Z funding for temporary housing alternatives - 1901 Massachusetts Avenue, 2840 Hulen Place, and 2501 Fairmount Boulevard (Office of Homeless Solutions) (All Wards) (15-minute presentation) Video Video
19-3944 159CC - CA Report 12-17-19COMMUNICATIONSCity Attorney report on Closed Session discussions Not available
19-3946 160CC - Future items 12-17-19COMMUNICATIONSItems for future City Council consideration as requested by Mayor or Members of the City Council - City Manager/City Attorney reports Video Video