PLEASE NOTE--The numerical order of items on this agenda is for convenience of reference. Items may be taken out of order upon request of the Mayor or Members of the City Council and Redevelopment Agency.
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MAYOR PRO TEM CALLS MEETING TO ORDER
1. Riverside Renaissance - Oral update
2. Public Comment Period - This is the portion of the meeting specifically set aside to invite your comments regarding any closed session items - Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes and you will be asked to state your name and city of residence. Please complete and submit a speaker card to the City Clerk.
CLOSED SESSIONS - Time listed is approximate. The City Council/Redevelopment Agency may adjourn to the below listed Closed Sessions at their convenience during this City Council/Redevelopment Agency meeting.
3. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(b)(1) to
confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning
two cases of anticipated litigation
4. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54957.6 to review the City Council's position and instruct designated representatives regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits of all Executive Management employees, all Management and Confidential employees as defined by PERS, Fire Management Unit, Riverside City Firefighters Association, Riverside Police Officers Association (Police and Police Supervisory Units), Service Employees International Union #721, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers #47, and Riverside Police Administrators Association
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
5. Mayor Pro Tem Mac Arthur to call upon Riverside Arts Council Executive Director Patrick Brien who will recognize Harold Fox as Arts Honoree of the Month for May
6. Mayor Pro Tem Mac Arthur to present a Proclamation to Riverside County Office of Mental Health Western Region Mental Health Advisor Board Member Angela Arauz-Castillo recognizing Mental Health Month
DISCUSSION CALENDAR--This portion of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency Agenda is for all matters where staff and public participation is anticipated. Audience participation is encouraged.
PLEASE NOTE--Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes.
8. Economic Successes - New and Expanding Companies Bringing Jobs to Riverside - Oral update
10. Public Comment Period - This is the portion of the meeting specifically set aside to invite your comments regarding any City Council/Redevelopment Agency Consent Calendar items or matters within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency - Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes and you will be asked to state your name and city of residence. Please complete and submit a speaker card to the City Clerk.
11. Reports on conferences, seminars, and regional meetings attended by Mayor and City Council
12. City Attorney report on Closed Session discussions
CONSENT CALENDAR--All matters listed under the CONSENT CALENDAR are considered routine by the City Council/Redevelopment Agency and may be enacted by one motion in the form listed below. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless, before the City Council/Redevelopment Agency votes on the motion to adopt, Members of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency or staff request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.
Removed consent items will be discussed immediately after adoption of the balance of the Consent Calendar.
16. Transportation Committee recommends denial of appeal by Marinita Development to waive Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee assessment for Case P05-1458 - Orangewood Commercial Centre - Van Buren Boulevard between Dauchy Avenue and Winchester Way (Ward 4)
17. Utility Services/Land Use/Energy Development Committee recommends introduction of an Ordinance of the City of Riverside, California, amending Title 10 of the Riverside Municipal Code, Chapter 10.56, by amending Sections 10.56.030 and Section 10.56.040 and by adding a new Section 10.56.050 regarding use restriction for commercial vehicles exceeding three (3) axles on certain streets (All Wards)
18. Announcement of committee meeting
a. Finance Committee at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 11, 2011, Seventh Floor Conference Room
19. Case P08-0306 - Epic Land Solutions, Inc. - A Resolution of the City Council of Riverside, California, making its findings and determinations in the matter of Planning Case No. P08-0306, and making its order vacating approximately 2,508 square-feet of Ninth Street between Santa Fe Avenue and Commerce Street, in Riverside, California - Waive further reading (Ward 2)
20. Riverside Renaissance - Joint item with Redevelopment Agency - Supplemental agreement with Albert A. Webb Associates for increase from $200,000 to $352,100 from 2011 Unprogrammed Taxable Bond Account for environmental consulting services for Riverside Main Library Project - Funds transfer - 3581 Mission Inn Avenue (Ward 1)
22. Purchase and Sale Agreements with Enrique C. and Graciela Ludwig, George R. and Maria J. Schoonover, and Michael Yates for acquisitions of 5289 Appleton Street, and 6417 and 6437 Streeter Avenue, respectively, for $605,000 and $9,000 for related title, escrow, and closing fees from Streeter Avenue Grade Separation Project Account for project completion (Wards 1 and 3)
23. Award Bid 6935 to New Millennium Construction, Chino Hills, for $55,999 from Federal grant funding for exterior building improvements at Eric M. Solander Youth and Family Resource Center - 7801 Gramercy Place, Suite B (Ward 6)
25. Award Bid 6902 to Conengr Corporation, Upland, for $969,000 from State and Federal funding for construction of compressed natural gas vehicle maintenance facility at Corporation Yard - 8095 Lincoln Avenue (Ward 4)
26. First Amendment to agreement with Higginson Cartozian Architects, Inc., for increase of $20,000 to $199,398 from General Services Department Budget for expansion and renovation of existing Corporation Yard main building and extending term through December 31, 2013 - 8095 Lincoln Avenue (Ward 4)
28. Adopt an Ordinance of the City of Riverside, California, authorizing an amendment to the contract between the City of Riverside and the Board of Administration of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System for Riverside City Firefighter’s Association and Riverside Fire Management Group - Waive further reading (Intro. on 5-3-11, All Wards)
30. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, amending Resolution No. 21878 known as the Master Parking Schedule Resolution to remove the existing One-Hour Parking Zone between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. of any day except Saturday, Sunday and holidays, with preferential permit parking for residents, on both sides of Yosemite Way from De Anza Avenue to Yellowstone Drive - Waive further reading (Ward 3)
31. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, amending Resolution No. 21878 known as the Master Parking Schedule Resolution to establish a Two-Hour Parking Zone between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday except holidays on the north side of Indiana Avenue from east of Motor Circle (west) to 500 feet easterly thereof - Waive further reading (Ward 4)
32. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, amending Resolution No. 21878 known as the Master Parking Schedule Resolution to establish a No Parking at Any Time Zone with preferential permit parking for residents on eight (8) street segments within the Mt. Rubidoux area - Waive further reading (Ward 1)
33. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, amending Resolution No. 21878 known as the Master Parking Schedule Resolution to remove the existing No Parking Zone between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. of any day except Sunday, with preferential permit parking for residents, on both sides of Yellowstone Drive from San Simeon Way to 100 feet north of San Simeon Way - Waive further reading (Ward 3)
34. Riverside Renaissance - Award Bid 6957 to B&T Works, Wildomar, for $57,859.40 from Public Works Department Budget for street improvements including landscaped curb bulb-outs, and on-street parallel and angled parking - Brockton Avenue between San Simeon Way and 200-feet southerly (Ward 3)
36. Legislative reports
b. State Budget update
c. Redevelopment update
37. Items for future City Council consideration as requested by Mayor or Members of the City Council - City Manager Reports
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