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November 5, 2019 - Here is a brief summary of the actions taken by the Half Moon Bay City Council at its meeting of November 5, 2019.
The Council took the actions listed below at its November 5, 2019 meeting with follow-up by staff shown in parentheses:
1) Received an After Action Report on the PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff (Administration)
2) Received the Half Moon Bay Library Annual Report (Administration)
3) Received the Sheriff’s Department Pumpkin Festival Report (Administration)
4) Adopted a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with Mark Thomas and Company Inc. for closed-circuit television video of sewer hot spots in Half Moon Bay in the amount of $14,174 (Public Works)
5) Conducted a public hearing, and: 1) adopted a resolution establishing the "Need for Local Modifications to the California Building Standards Code" and direct staff to provide the signed resolution to the California Building Standards Commission; and 2) waived first reading and introduced an ordinance amending Chapter 14.04 of the Half Moon Bay Municipal Code, adopting by reference the 2019 California Building Standards Code and local amendments, in accordance with California Government Code Title 5, Division 1, Part 1, as published by Building Standards Bulletin 09-02 (Community Development / City Clerk)
6) By motion: 1) adopted a resolution denying the appeal and upholding the Acting Tax Administrator’s Notice of Determination of past due Transient Occupancy Taxes; and 2) directed staff to take all actions necessary to finalize the denial of the appeal, requiring the property owner to pay $9,000 in transient occupancy taxes accrued from January 1, 2015 through March 31, 2018, and amending the lien recorded against the property to $9,000 (Administration)
7) Adopted a resolution authorizing the City Manager to: 1) execute a funding agreement with San Mateo County Transportation Authority (SMCTA) to accept Measure A funds in the amount of $3,200,000 for the construction of Highway 1 Safety and Operational Improvements South project (CIP Project No. 523); and 2) execute an agreement with PG&E for the undergrounding of overhead power and communication lines in the amount of $383,338.18; and 3) authorize the Administrative Services Director to transfer $190,000 from within the current adopted 2019-2020 Capital Budget to cover the negotiated final estimate of costs for utility undergrounding (Public Works)
8) Received and accepted a report on the Sustainability Program (Public Works)
9) Received and accepted a report on the Transportation Action and Adaptation Program (Public Works)