CITY OF PLYMOUTH
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
Thursday, September 26, 2019
Council Chambers 9426 Main Street Plymouth, California
Leonard Burns, Mayor
Peter Amoruso, Council Member
Valerie Klinefelter, Council Member
Jon Colburn, Council Member
Keith White, Vice Mayor
The City of Plymouth preserves our small-town atmosphere and provides fiscally responsible services that fulfill public needs while protecting their quality of life.
The City Council welcomes you to its meetings, which are scheduled at 6:30 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month. Participation in the meetings is encouraged and appreciated. This meeting will be recorded. Council Chambers are wheelchair accessible. Other special accommodations may be requested by contacting the City Clerk 72 hours in advance of the meeting. Please silence all cell phones or similar devices.
The City Council has adopted a policy that no new items will be called after 10:00 PM unless otherwise motioned by the City Council before 10:00 PM please be aware that an item that has not been heard by 10:00 PM may be continued to a future Council Meeting.
1. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL:
· Roll Call
· Flag Salute
2. APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AGENDA OF JULY 11, 2019
3. PUBLIC COMMENT:
Under Government Code Section 54954.3, citizens wishing to address the Council for any matter not on the agenda may do so this time by completing and submitting a Speaker Submittal Form to the City Clerk. For items on the agenda, speakers will be called up to the podium by the Mayor at the point on the agenda when the item will be heard. Speakers are encouraged to keep comments to three minutes or less and to state name and community of residence.
Under provisions of the California Government Code, the City Council is prohibited from discussing or taking action on any item not on the agenda unless it can be demonstrated to be of an emergency nature or an urgent need to take immediate action arose after the posting of the agenda.
5. Consent Calendar ITEMS:
All matters listed under the Consent Calendar are to be considered routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion in the form listed. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless, before the City Council votes on the motion to adopt, members of the Council, staff or the public request specific items to be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate discussion and action (roll call vote).
5.1 APPROVAL OF REGULAR MEETING MINUTES OF: August 22, 2019
APPROVAL OF SPECIAL JOINT MEETING MINUTES OF: September 12, 2019
5.2 CITY OF PLYMOUTH HOUSING ELEMENT ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT
RECOMMENDATION: Review and Authorize submission of the 2018 Housing Element APR
6. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
7. REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:
7.1 VETERANS PARK PROJECT - SELECT AN ADVISORY DELEGATE FROM CITY COUNCIL TO WORK WITH EXISTING VETERAN’S PARK COMMITTEE; COMMIT $20,000 ANNUALLY FOR TWO YEARS FOR THE VETERAN’S PARK PROJECT IMPROVEMENTS; DETERMINE THE EXTENT ANY FUNDS SHOULD BE SET ASIDE FROM THE POOL RESTORATION AT THE PARK (ESTIMATED $11,000); DIRECTION TO NEGOTIATE AND PREPARE AN MOU FOR THE VETERAN’S PARK PROJECT; AND DIRECTION TO REQUEST VETERAN’S PARK COMMITTEE AND PROVIDE REGULAR UPDATES TO CITY COUNCIL AS REQUIRED IN AN MOU.
RECOMMENDATION: Council discussion and direction
7.2 DISCUSSION AND DIRECTION TO CHANGE COUNCIL MEETING DAY AND FREQUENCY FROM TWO DAYS A MONTH TO ONE DAY A MONTH
RECOMMENDATION: Thursday meeting day, possible One Meeting per month with option for workshop as needed
7.3 T.O.T. ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION, AND AWARD
RECOMMENDATION: Award and disperse funds to selected applicant
7.4 ABATEMENT ACTION FOR BLIGHTED GARIBALDI PROPERTIES WITHIN PLYMOUTH CITY LIMITS, APNS: 010-111-002, 010-111-003, 010-111-007
RECOMMENDATION: Direction from Council
7.5 AMADOR COUNTY RECREATION AGENCY AMENDED THE AGREEMENT OF JOINT POWERS OF AUTHORITY TO ALLOW MEMBER JURISDICTIONS TO APPOINT DIRECTORS WHO WERE NOT ELECTED OFFICIALS, AND FOR EACH MEMBER JURISDICTION TO APPOINT AN ALTERNATE
RECOMMENDATION: Direction from Council
7.6 ACRA KIDS AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM (KAP)
RECOMMENDATION: Council discretion
7.7 VETERANS PARK MOU
RECOMMENDATION: Recommend appointment of City Representatives to represent City of Plymouth and the Council at the Veterans Park meetings
8. COUNCIL/STAFF COMMUNICATIONS – Brief reports on matters of general interest
8.1 City Manager’s Report
8.2 Mayor & Council Members’ Reports
8.3 Council Requests for Future Agenda Items