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AMENDED
CITY COUNCIL/SUCCESSOR
AGENCY/PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY
MEETING AGENDA

March 21, 2019
6:00 PM

The Mission of the City of Coalinga is to provide for the preservation of the community character by delivering quality,  responsive City services, in an efficient  and cost-effective   manner,  and to develop, encourage,  and promote a diversified economic base in order to ensure the future financial stability of the City for its citizens.

Notice is hereby given that the City Council will hold a Regular Meeting, on March 21, 2019 in the City Council Chambers, 155 West Durian Avenue, Coalinga, CA. Persons with disabilities who may need assistance should contact the City Clerk at least 24 hours prior to the meeting at 935-1533 x113. Anyone interested in translation services should contact the City Clerk at least 24 hours prior to the meeting at 935-1533 x113. The Meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the Agenda will be as follows:

1. CALL TO ORDER

1.   Pledge of Allegiance

2.   Changes to the Agenda

3.   Council's Approval of Agenda

2. AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS
1. Employee of the Month for March 2019, Maintenance Worker I Raymond Cabral-Perez
2. Swearing in of Interim Chief of Police, Darren Blevins
3. Swearing in of Interim Police Lieutenant Sean Young
4. Recognition of Coalinga Police Department Officer of the Year, Francisco Ybarra
5. Recogniton of Coalinga Police Department Non-Sworn Employee of the Year, Vanesa Gonzales
6. Swearing in of Michele Helmar to the Planning Commission
7. Swearing in of James Jacobs to the Planning Commission
8. Recognition of Coalinga High School Wrestling Team for Making it to State Finals
9. Presentation by the Fresno Area Hispanic Foundation - Coalinga Business Revolving Loan Fund
3. CITIZEN COMMENTS
This section of the agenda allows members of the public to address the City Council on any item within the jurisdiction of the Council. Members of the public, when recognized by the Mayor, should come forward to the lectern, identify themselves and use the microphone. Comments are normally limited to three (3) minutes. In accordance with State Open Meeting Laws, no action will be taken by the City Council this evening and all items will be referred to staff for follow up and a report.
4. PUBLIC HEARINGS
1. Introduce and Waive the First Reading of Ordinance No. 827 Amending the Planning and Zoning Code Related to Regulating Street Vendors (Zoning Text Amendment Application ZTA 19-01)
Sean Brewer, Community Development Director
5. CONSENT CALENDAR
1. Approve MINUTES - February 7, 2019 (Amended)
2. Introduce and Waive First Reading of Ordinance No. 828 Amending the Coalinga Municipal Code Related to Bicycles and Wheeled Toys
3. Approval of Resolution No. 3891 Authorizing the Submission of the 2018 General Plan Progress Report and Housing Report to the Governor's Office of Planning and Research in Accordance with Government Code Section 65400(b)(1)
4. Approval of the City of Coalinga Military/Veteran's Banner Program
5. Status Update on FY 19 Goals and Objectives
6. FY 18-19 Budget Report July 2018 to December 2018
7. Cannabis Related Revenue Update-Year to Date Fiscal Year 2019
8. Approval to Waive Business License Fees for New Businesses for a Period of One Year
9. Authorize the Purchase of Bomag Asphalt Compactor from United Rentals
10. Approval of Resolution No. 3892 Authorizing an Agreement with the USBR to Purchase Discounted Water Supply
11. Approval of the City of Coalinga Establishing itself as a Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) under the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA)
12. Authorize Mike Wilson Construction to Install Bypass Valves at the Wastewater Treatment Plant
6. ORDINANCE PRESENTATION, DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS
1. Direction from the City Council Regarding the Development of a Food Truck Regulatory Ordinance
Sean Brewer, Community Development Director
2. Council Discussion and Potential Action Regarding Having City Council Meetings Broadcasted Via Facebook Live
Sean Brewer, Community Development Director
3. Discussion, Direction and Potential Action regarding FY 20 Goals and Objectives and General Direction regarding FY 20 Budget Preparation
Marissa Trejo, City Manager
4. Introduce and Waive the First Reading of Ordinance No. 829 Adding Prohibitions of the Use of Vehicles for Human Habitation
Sean Brewer, Community Development Director
5. Discussion, Direction and Potential Action regarding allowing Temporary Hangar Structures at the New Coalinga Municipal Airport
Mercedes Garcia, Senior Administrative Analyst
6. Discussion, Direction and Potential Action Regarding the Appointment of Three Committee Members to the Committee of Employee Appeals
Marissa Trejo, City Manager
7. ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.   City Manager's Announcements

2.   Councilmembers' Announcements/Reports

3.   Mayor's Announcements

8. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
9. CLOSED SESSION
1. REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATIONS - Government Code Section 54956.8. CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS. PROPERTY: Vacant Land (APNs: 072-131-06; 072-131-07; and 072-131-08) located in the City of Coalinga near the NW corner of Elm Avenue and Fourth Street. CITY NEGOTIATORS: City Manager, Marissa Trejo; and City Attorney, Mario Zamora. NEGOTIATING PARTIES: Walid Saif Muharram. UNDER NEGOTIATION: Price and Terms of Payment
2. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION. Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1). Name of Case: City of Coalinga v. Gregory Cody, Fresno County Superior Court Case No. 18CECG04425
3. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION. Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1). Name of Case: Adam Adkisson v. Gregory Cody, Fresno County Superior Court Case No. 18CECG04424
10. ADJOURNMENT
Closed Session: A "Closed" or "Executive" Session of the City Council, Successor Agency, or Public Finance Authority may be held as required for items as follows: personnel matters; labor negotiations; security matters; providing instructions to real property negotiators; legal counsel regarding pending litigation; and protection of records exempt from public disclosure. Closed session will be held in the Administration Building at 155 W. Durian Avenue and any announcements or discussion will be held at the same location following Closed Session.
11. CLOSED SESSION REPORT (NONE)