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HomeMy Public PortalAbout2023-02-28 Item 3MILLBRAE CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES City of Millbrae Mission Statement: “Enhancing the quality of life in our shared community, providing great services, encouraging community engagement, fostering economic growth, and embracing cultural diversity in a safe environment.” NOVEMBER 15, 2022 7:00 PM In Person Meeting Location: Millbrae Council Chambers 621 Magnolia Avenue Millbrae, California Teleconference via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81399368182 For dial-in comments, call 1-669-444-9171 Meeting ID: 813 9936 8182 Consistent with Government Code Section 54953(e), allows local legislative bodies to hold public meetings via teleconference and to make public meetings accessible telephonically or otherwise electronically to all members of the public seeking to observe and to address the local legislative body or state body to avoid public gatherings and has suspended all contrary provisions of the Brown Act. This meeting was held both in-person and virtually. CALL TO ORDER MILLBRAE CITY COUNCIL Video Time: 57:55 Mayor Anne Oliva called the meeting to order at 7:01 p.m. ROLL CALL: Mayor Anne E. Oliva, Vice Mayor Gina Papan, Councilmember Anders Fung, Reuben D. Holober and Ann Schneider. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE U.S. FLAG 1. CEREMONIAL/PRESENTATION Video Time: 59:01 • Commendation for Dino DeRanieri Received by Millbrae Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Volunteer Coordinator Dino DeRanieri. Millbrae Emergency Services Coordinator Bill Reilly, the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Managers Association Member Patrick Halleran, Central County Fire Department Community Risk and Resiliency Specialist Dena Gunning spoke on Dino DeRanieri’s dedicated service to the community. • San Mateo County Library Annual Report Acting Millbrae Library Manager Cary Mossing presented the presentation. 2. AGENDA OVERVIEW/STAFF BRIEFING Video Time: 1:22:37 • Calendar of events – INFORMATIONAL • Report of bills and claims – INFORMATIONAL • Report out from November 15, 2022 Closed Session City Manager Tom Williams reviewed the agenda items and noted a typo on Item #6; it should be the cancelation of December 27, 2022 City Council meeting instead of December 24, 2022. He provided the following updates:  The new edition of the Millbrae Newsletter comes out this Friday  Simplicity mobile application provides streamlined updates to all residents  Millbrae United Against Hate posters are available at City Hall  Recap the Veterans Day Flag Raising ceremony  The first Citizen Academy graduation was held last Thursday  Adopt a Spot meeting on November 20 at corner of Hemlock and Hillcrest  Holiday Tree Lighting on December 3  Millbrae Goes to the Movies featuring the movie Elf on December 9  Council Reorganization on December 13 CITY COUNCIL November 15, 2022  75th Anniversary Save the Date January 14 at the Recreation Center City Manager Tom Williams stated there is no reportable action from November 15, 2022 Closed Session. 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Video Time: 1:31:45 • Regular meeting minutes of September 27, 2022 – ACTION • Regular meeting minutes of October 11, 2022 – ACTION • Special meeting minutes of November 10, 2022 – ACTION Motion by Papan/Fung to approve the three sets of meeting minutes. Motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote. 4. ORAL REPORT FROM CITY COMMITTEE/COMMISSION CHAIRS • None PUBLIC COMMUNICATION Video Time: 1:32:39 The following members of the public spoke: • Michael Kelly CONSENT CALENDAR Video Time: 1:36:22 5. Adoption of Resolution No. 22-81 Finding That The Proclaimed State Of Emergency Continues To Impact The Ability To Meet Safely In Person And Declaring that the City Council and City Commissions and Committees Will Continue to Meet Remotely In Order to Ensure the Health and Safety of the Public – ACTION 6. Cancellation of Regularly Scheduled City Council Meeting of December 27, 2022 – ACTION 7. Receive and File Monthly General Fund Financial Report for the Period Ending October 31, 2022 – ACTION 8. Adoption of Resolution No. 22-82 Amending the Salary Ranges for Certain Part-time, Temporary and Seasonal Recreational Classifications in Compliance with California State Minimum Wage Law Effective January 1, 2023 – ACTION 9. Adoption of Resolutions (1) No. 22-83 Approving a Tentative Agreement for a Successor Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Teamsters Local 856, Miscellaneous Unit; (2) Resolution No. 22-84 Approving a Tentative Agreement for a Successor Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Teamsters Local 856, Sanitation Unit and (3) Resolution No. 22-87 Adopting related Revised Salary schedules Effective July 10, 2022 - ACTION 10. Resolution No. 22-85 Adopting the City of Millbrae Local Roadway Safety Plan – ACTION 11. Resolution No. 22-86 Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with Verra Mobility for Red-Light Traffic Enforcement – ACTION 12. Extension of the Urgency Ordinance No. 799 establishing temporary objective standards for Two- Unit Residential Developments and Urban Lot Splits, and affordability requirements for Urban Lot Splits that result in more than two dwelling units, in Single Family Residential Zones pursuant to the California HOME Act (Senate Bill 9 - 2021) – ACTION Motion by Schneider/Holober to approve the Consent Calendar. Motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote. CITY COUNCIL November 15, 2022 PUBLIC HEARING Video Time: 1:40:17 13. A Public Hearing to review the Millbrae 2040 General Plan update, the Downtown and El Camino Real Specific Plan, related Zoning Code Amendments and the updated Millbrae Zoning Map and consider the following resolutions: (1) certifying the Environmental Impact Report for the Millbrae 2040 General Plan, Downtown and El Camino Real Specific Plan, Zoning Code Amendments and the updated Millbrae Zoning Map and (2) adopting the Millbrae 2040 General Plan update, Downtown and El Camino Real Specific Plan, related Zoning Code Amendments and the Updated Millbrae Zoning Map – ACTION Mayor Anne E. Oliva opened the Public Hearing. Planning Manager Roscoe Mata and consultants Brent Gibbons of Mintier Harnish presented the report. In addition, Subconsultants Poonam Karkar, Kelsey Bennett, Leslie Trejo of Rincon Consulting, James K. Stickley of WRT Design, and Mike Aronson of Kittelson & Associates were available to answer questions. The City Council received comments via electronic mail on this item before the meeting from: • Janet Fogarty The following members of the public spoke regarding this item: • Angelina Cahalan • Nathan Chan Council asked questions of staff and discussion ensued. City Manager stated for the record that staff is available to meet and answer questions. A recess was called at 9:48 p.m. and the meeting resumed at 10:00 p.m. Motion by Fung/Papan to continue the item to December 1, 2022 Special City Council meeting at 1:00 p.m. Motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote. 14. Waive the First Reading, Hold Public Hearing and Introduce An Ordinance Adopting New 2022 State Model Building Codes with Local Amendments, Including Expedited Solar Permitting – ACTION Video Time: 4:05:46 Mayor Anne E. Oliva opened the Public Hearing. Consultants Chief Building Official Keyvan Irannejad and Deputy Building Official Valentino J. Mandapat presented the report. Council asked questions of Staff. The following members of the public spoke regarding this item: • Dashiell Leeds Motion by Schneider/Oliva to close the Public Hearing. Motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote. Motion by Schneider/Papan to Waive the First Reading, Hold Public Hearing and Introduce an Ordinance Adopting New 2022 State Model Building Codes with Local Amendments, Including Expedited Solar Permitting. Motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote. CITY COUNCIL November 15, 2022 EXISTING BUSINESS Video Time: 4:34:04 15. Recommend Placing the Wastewater Service Utility Bills on the San Mateo County Property Tax Roll annually starting July 1, 2023 – INFORMATIONAL Finance Director Mike Sung and Consultant Tim Seufert of NBS presented the report. Council asked questions of Staff. Council received the informational report. NEW BUSINESS • None COUNCIL COMMENTS Video Time: 4:49:58 Mayor Oliva:  Expressed gratitude and wished everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving and a fabulous holiday! Vice Mayor Papan:  Toured San Francisco Airport’s partial cleaning of the canal, hope it will be done before the rainy season.  Appointed by C/CAG to the Managed Lane Committee and the first meeting is on Friday. Councilmember Fung:  Encourage staff to look at Peninsula Clean Energy’s EV fleet program.  Attended the Citizen Academy graduation and thanked staff and attendees for the program.  Attended the Veteran’s Day event to honor those who keep us safe.  Requested an update on the Alexandria and Longfellow projects. Councilmember Holober:  Attended the C/CAG Congestion Management and Environmental Quality committee meeting raised concerns over inviting BART as a non-voting member to the committee. BART lack cooperation and maintenance with its member cities.  Was recognized by the Library JPA along with 6 other outgoing members at their last meeting. Councilmember Schneider:  Attended the Mia de Los Muertos event with over 150 attendees.  Thanked staff for the tour of the canal.  SFO Community Roundtable to discuss the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization and pushing for change in noise measurement metrics. CLOSED SESSION NONE ADJOURN CITY COUNCIL Video Time: 2:55:10 There being no further business to discuss, the City Council adjourned at 10:58 p.m. The video recording of the meeting is available on Millbrae Community Television YouTube website. You can click on the link below to view the recording of the entire meeting. https://youtu.be/yxFcXl3nLFg CITY COUNCIL November 15, 2022 Minutes approved on ____________, 2023. BY: APPROVED: Elaine Tran City Clerk Ann Schneider Mayor