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January 22, 2020 - Here is a brief summary of the actions taken by the Half Moon Bay City Council at its meeting of January 21, 2020.
The Council took the actions listed below at its January 21, 2020 Special Meeting with follow-up by staff shown in parentheses:
1) Accepted the warrants list for the month of December 2019 (Finance)
2) Adopted a resolution accepting the Highway 1/Kelly Avenue Storm Drainage Improvement Project (CIP Project No. 9003) and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to file a Notice of Completion for the Project, and release the retention funds and bonds thirty (30) days after recordation of the Notice of Completion (Public Works)
3) Adopted a resolution authorizing the City Manager or his designee to file a Notice of Completion for the 2019 Sewer Point Repair Project (Project), release the project retention funds, and release the Project Performance Bond and Labor and Materials Bond thirty (30) days after recordation of the Notice of Completion (Public Works)
4) Adopted a resolution, as amended, supporting equal access and playing time for all athletes in all sports competitions, requiring that any event that awards prize compensation to competitors held solely on land, property, or facilities owned by the City of Half Moon Bay have gendered categories and that the playing time and prize compensation for each gendered category be identical at each participant level (City Clerk)
5) By motion, accepted Mayor Eisen’s List of City Council Representatives and Designated Assignments for 2020 (City Clerk)
6) Conducted a public hearing, waived first reading, and introduced an ordinance, as amended, adding Chapter 3.300 “Minimum Wage” to the Half Moon Bay Municipal Code, establishing a minimum wage of $15 per hour for all employers effective January 1, 2021 (City Clerk / Administration)
7) Conducted a public hearing and continued to the March 3, 2020 City Council meeting - Ordinance amending portions of Chapter 18 (Zoning) of the Half Moon Bay Municipal Code relating to Accessory Dwelling Units (Community Development)
8) Received a summary report on the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan Outreach Pilot Project (Public Works)
9) Heard public comment, discussed, and continued to a date uncertain - License Agreement with Sea Horse Ranch, for non-exclusive use of City property along Poplar Beach, for a term of six years, at an initial annual rate of $13,281, with 3 percent annual increases throughout the Term (Administration)