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October 2, 2019 - Here is a brief summary of the actions taken by the Half Moon Bay City Council at its meeting of October 1, 2019.
The Council took the actions listed below at its September 17, 2019 meeting with follow-up by staff shown in parentheses:
1) Introduced Lisa Lopez, Administrative Services Director
2) Proclaimed October 2019 as LGBTQ History Month (Communications)
3) Received a Presentation on Census 2020 (Administration)
4) Accepted the warrants list for the month of August 2019 (Finance)
5) Accepted the Quarterly Financial Report for the Fourth Quarter of Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Finance)
6) Waived second reading and adopted an ordinance amending Chapter 1.30 of the Half Moon Bay Municipal Code – Contributions and Loans to City Candidate Campaigns revising campaign contribution limits to $250 by an individual, $500 by an organization, and limiting the outstanding balance a candidate may loan to their campaign to $1,500 (City Clerk)
7) Continued to the November 5, 2019 City Council Meeting – Appeal of Acting Tax Administrator Notice of Determination of Past Due Transient Occupancy Taxes - 1430 Cabrillo Highway N, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (Chris Voisard) (Administration)
8) Authorized the City Manager to execute two non-binding Letters of Intent related to trail access, agriculture access, and future park planning at the Johnston House property (Administration)
9) Adopted a resolution supporting Measure I – the Cabrillo Unified School District Parcel Tax Measure on the November 5, 2019 ballot (City Clerk)
10) Adopted a resolution: 1) authorizing the City Manager to award and execute a construction contract for the 2019 Ocean View Park Restroom Replacement Project (Project 610) to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, Andreini Brothers of Half Moon Bay, California in the total bid amount of $506,686 and approve an additional contingency amount not exceeding 10 percent or $50,686 of the contract amount; and 2) augmenting the FY 2019-20 Capital Improvement Budget by $115,000 for the Ocean View Park-Permanent Restrooms and Park Improvements (Total $600,000) (Public Works)
11) Received an update on the Carter Park Renovation Project (Phase II) and adopted a resolution: 1) approving an amendment to the FY 2019-20 Capital Improvement Plan Budget and augmentation of the Carter Park Improvement Project line item in the amount of an additional $100,000, to be transferred from General Fund Reserves, for a total amount of $400,000; and 2) authorizing the City Manager to execute an amendment to the agreement with ELS Architecture and Urban Design (ELS+), increasing the budget by $269,000 to a total amount of $450,000, for completion of construction documents and bid specifications for the Carter Park Renovation Project (Administration / Public Works)