I. ROLL CALL
Roll Call
II. CLOSED SESSION
III. FLAG SALUTE
IV. CEREMONIALS
Proclamations
Red Ribbon Week - October 23-27, 2017.

Nikki Hendricks, Community Services Coordinator, City of Chino; Olivia Applegate, Crime Prevention Specialist, Chino Police Department; and Jenny Mott, Nurse/Tobacco Prevention Education Grant Coordinator, Chino Valley Unified School District, will accept the proclamation.

a. Red Ribbon Week
Lights On Afterschool Day - October 26, 2017.

Danielle Smith, Community Services Supervisor, City of Chino; Terri Trembly, After School Manager, Chino Valley Unified School District; and Kasey Powderly, Executive Director, Chino Valley YMCA, will accept the proclamation. 

a. Lights on Afterschool
V. REPORT OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
VI. PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS
VII. CONSENT CALENDAR
1. Approve expenses as audited and within budget for warrants 736068 to 736265, and Electronic Fund Transfers 505370E to 505460E, totaling $4,143,119.38. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

Having been approved as prescribed by Government Code Section 37202 and 37208, the following demand registers are herewith submitted for Council ratification:

 

NO.

WARRANTS

DATE

FY

AMOUNT

 

1.

736068 to 736160

9/14/17

17-18

$1,140,263.32

2.

505370E to 505403E

9/15/17

17-18

$675,208.08

3.

736161 to 736165

9/14/17

16-17

$11,403.35

4.

505404E

9/15/17

16-17

$22,292.63

5.

505405E to 505408E

9/22/17

16-17

$231,158.00

6.

736166 to 736265

9/21/17

17-18

$1,122,448.00

7.

505409E to 505460E

9/22/17

17-18

$940,346.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

     

*Denotes handwritten warrant

E: Electronic Funds Transfer

 

TOTAL

$4,143,119.38

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

See attached exhibit for detailed information on warrants exceeding $25,000.

 

 

 

 

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Attachment:  Exhibit 1

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Warrants Report Exhibit 10-17-17
2. Minutes. Regular Meeting of October 3, 2017 (all Members present) Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]
3. Receive and file the Elected City Officials' Report reflecting City Council business related expenses incurred by the City. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

In accordance with Government Code Sections 53232.2 and 53232.3, implementing Assembly Bill 1234 (AB 1234), on January 1, 2006, the City adopted Resolution No. 2005-093 establishing a Business-Related Expense Policy.  On December 6, 2016, the City approved Resolution No. 2016-075 adopting the latest revisions to this policy. In addition to requiring local agencies to adopt a business-related expense policy, AB 1234 requires that Elected Officials provide a brief report on meetings attended at the expense of the local agency at the next regular meeting of the legislative body.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

In response to AB 1234, a report regarding Elected City Officials’ Travel, Training, and Meetings (Exhibit A) was created and is placed on the City Council Agenda Consent Calendar, as needed.  The documents that pertain to the items listed on Exhibits are available for public inspection at the City Clerk’s office located in City Hall at 13220 Central Avenue, Chino, CA.

 

Attachment: Exhibit A

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Exhibit A
4. Adopt Resolution No. 2017-053 providing a status report on the emergency conditions for water treatment services at the Eastside and Benson Water Treatment Facilities. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

On August 15, 2017 the City Council approved Resolution No. 2017-044 declaring an emergency condition and approving the execution of a contract for water treatment facilities.  Section four of Resolution No. 2017-044 calls for a report describing the status of emergency circumstances to be provided by the City Manager at each City Council meeting until either the installation of the treatment facilities has been completed or the emergency conditions cease to

exist.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

The following is a report on the status of the emergency circumstances as outlined in the attached Resolution No. 2017-053:

 

Since the time of the last (10/03/17) report on this subject there have not been any changes to the State-imposed Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for 1,2,3 Trichloropropane (1,2,3 TCP) and there have not been any changes to the water quality produced by affected city wells.

 

Work to install the granular activated carbon water treatment equipment is processing in accordance with the approved schedule and equipment submittal's are under review.

 

Benson Site

              Foundation design and structural calculations have been submitted and are currently under review by City staff.

 

Eastside Site

              Foundation design and structural calculations have been approved by City staff.  Foundation construction underway.

 

On September 19th, 2017, City staff and a representative from RC Foster met with the State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water (DDW) to review the requirements associated with the domestic water supply permit amendment.  This permit amendment is necessary to incorporate these new treatment facilities into the City’s water supply system. Throughout the construction, and during the testing of these new facilities, City staff will coordinate with RC foster and DDW to complete and submit the permit amendment application for DDW review and approval.

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Status report - Emergency conditions resolution--
5. Reject liability claim filed by Sharlene Young and Robert Young, Jr., submitted on September 5, 2017 alleging emotional injuries by Chino Police Officers during a search. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

On March 23, 2017, a U.S. Probation Officer submitted a fax correspondence to the Chino Police Department requesting information on recent activity involving Robert Young. 

Pursuant to this request, the police department contacted Mr. Young’s probation officer by telephone. The probation officer requested the police department perform a search of Mr. Young’s residence in order to determine if he was in violation of his probationary terms. 

On April 4, 2017, in response to the probation officer’s request, Chino police officers conducted a search of Mr. Young at his residence. Officers gave proper knock and notice, were allowed into the home by claimant Sharlene Young, and exited the home approximately 20 minutes later without incident.

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

On April 10, 2017, Ms. Young submitted a complaint to the Chino Police Department alleging, in part, that the officers who conducted the search on April 4th did so illegally, were aggressive, and damaged her front door. 

Ms. Young also made a specific allegation of racial profiling by a Chino Police Officer while he conducted a traffic stop on Mr. Young on March 10, 2017.

The Chino Police Department conducted an investigation into Ms. Young's complaint which resulted in her allegations being unfounded and/or the officer(s) in question being exonerated.

Staff recommends that the claim be rejected and proper notification be sent to claimants.  Chino Municipal Code Section 3.70.070 provides that the City Council shall act on a claim in the manner provided in Government Code Section 912.4 and 912.6 within forty-five days after the claim has been presented.  If the City Council fails to act on any claim filed under this chapter, the claim will be deemed denied on the forty-fifth day after the claim was presented.

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Redacted Claim Against the City - Sharlene Young
6. Accept and approve the additional funds of $52,205.81 received for the identified expenditure areas of the 2017 Citizens' Option for Public Safety (COPS) Program Grant Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

The State Budget Act of 2010 has provided funds from the Local Safety and Protection Account (LSPA) in the State Transportation Fund to be available for purposes of the Citizens' Option for Public Safety (COPS) Grant.  The COPS Grant funds are collected in accordance with the proportionate share of the State's total population that resides in each county and city.  Each city is guaranteed a minimum of $100,000 by Government Code Section 30061 and any additional amounts are contingent on vehicle license fee collections.  The City of Chino was allocated the original amount of $132,343 for 2017.

The City of Chino has received an additional allocation, known as a growth payment of $52,205.81 above the original allocation due to additional LSPA and vehicle license fees collected.  The Chino Police Department is requesting continued funding of this program.  Acceptance of these additional funds will continue funding the non-sworn position of Police Facilities Coordinator along with the purchase of upgraded equipment and new technology.

A provision of the program allows monies to be directed toward funding costs related to salaries and expense for non-sworn personnel dedicated to supporting frontline police operations, along with expenditures dedicated to upgrading equipment, purchasing new technology for sworn personnel, and upgrading police vehicles.  Since 2001, the City Council has approved the continued funding of non-sworn personnel, equipment and training.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

The Chino Police Department is requesting continued funding of this program.  Acceptance of these additional funds will continue funding the non-sworn position of Police Facilities Coordinator along with the purchase of upgraded equipment and new technology.

 

documentStaff Report Printout
7. Approve an additional appropriation to the Sanitation Fund in the amount of $23,431 retroactive to Fiscal Year 2016-17 and authorize the acceptance of the award of funds from the State Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery Calrecycle Used Oil Payment Program to be retro-active to Fiscal Year 2016-17. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

The State of California awards annual Used Oil Payment Program (OPP) funds to cities and counties for used oil filter recycling activities using a per capita formula.  Award amounts fluctuate from year-to-year based upon population change and available funds.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

The State Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) has made funds available to cities and counties since the early 1990’s for support and promotion of used oil and household hazardous waste programs.  These funds are used to supplement costs for the City’s direct staffing expenses associated with operating the City's Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility; inspection of certified oil collection centers, public outreach, education, and materials to promote used oil recycling.

 

The City received these funds in Fiscal Year 2016-17 and the budget must be adjusted to reflect the year the funds were received.  Therefore, the accepted funds will be made retro-active to Fiscal Year 2016-17.  Staff is recommending an appropriation of $23,431 from the unappropriated reserves of the Sanitation Fund.

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
8. Adoption of Measure I Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan and Expenditure Strategy Plan, and Capital Project Needs Analysis. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

In 1989, the San Bernardino County voters approved the passage of Measure I 2010-2040 (Ordinance No. 04-01). The approval of this measure authorized the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) (acting as the San Bernardino Transportation Authority) to impose a one-half of one percent retail transactions and use tax. This tax was to only be applicable in the incorporated and unincorporated territories of the County of San Bernardino.  Subsequently in 2004, the voters approved an extension of this tax through the year, 2040.

 

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

Measure I Local Street Pass-Through Funds Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan and Expenditure Strategy

 

The Measure I Strategic Plan requires governing bodies of jurisdictions receiving Measure I revenue from the Local Street Program to annually adopt a Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). This plan is intended to effectively outline the specific projects upon which Measure I local pass-through funds will be expended.  Moreover, the Measure I Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan includes a five-year period from Fiscal Year 2017-2018 through Fiscal Year 2021-2022.

 

The City is obligated to annually adopt in its resolution a Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan. Specifically, this statement acknowledges that the City will maintain the general fund expenditures within the said fiscal year at the required Maintenance of Effort (MOE) base year level for construction and maintenance that relate to transportation.  Therefore, the City of Chino has to expend at least $383,567 from its General Fund until year 2040 to receive its share of the Measure I funds.

 

In addition, agencies shall also adopt an Expenditure Strategy statement detailing the City’s policy approach for spending the funds to be included with the Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan.

 

The projects contained in the Measure I Local Street Pass-Through Funds Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan do not reflect the City’s complete capital improvement program; the plan contains only those projects that may receive partial or full funding from Measure I Local Pass-Through funds and generally fit within the Expenditure Strategy statement.

 

Measure I Five-Year Capital Project Needs Analysis

 

San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) approved a Strategic Plan and policy manual for the administration of the Measure I 2010-2040 Ordinance, including appropriate use and distribution of funds.  Subsequently, SBCTA developed and adopted the Nexus Study, which provides the framework for shared development costs as well as the funding responsibility of Measure I funds towards specific regional transportation projects. Details of these funding obligations are included in the Major Street Arterial Sub-Program and Interchange Program.  Definitively, these projects must be included in the Nexus Study to be eligible to receive regional Measure I funding or allocations of State or Federal Transportation funds administered by SBCTA.

 

As stated earlier, the Measure I Strategic Plan requires local jurisdiction governing bodies to annually adopt a five-year Capital Projects Needs Analysis (CPNA). This analysis documents project or program needs by fiscal year and includes the anticipated funding sources, funding amounts, and project phasing for Major Street and Freeway Interchange projects.  The CPNA also identifies the availability of development mitigation fair share funds for projects over the five-year CPNA period from Fiscal Year 2018-2019 through Fiscal Year 2022-2023.

 

Staff recommends that the City Council adopt Resolution No. 2017-050, approving the Measure I Local Street Pass-Through Funds Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan and Expenditure Strategy for Fiscal Year 2017-18 through Fiscal Year 2021-22; and adopt Resolution No. 2017-051, approving the Measure I Five-Year Capital Project Needs Analysis for Fiscal Year 2018-19 through Fiscal Year 2022-2023.

 

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Attachments:              Resolution No. 2017-050

 

                            Resolution No. 2017-051

 

Measure I Local Street Pass-Through Funds Five Year Capital Improvement Plan for Fiscal Year 2017-18 through Fiscal Year 2021-22

 

Measure I Capital Improvement Plan Expenditure Strategy for Fiscal Year 2017-18 through Fiscal Year 2021-22

 

Measure I Five Year Capital Project Needs Analysis for Fiscal Year 2018-19 through Fiscal Year 2022-23

 

 

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Measure I CIP 2017-2022 Resolution
b. Measure I CPNA 2018-2022 RESOLUTION
c. Measure I CIP 2017-2022 Expenditure Strategy
d. CPNA 2018-2023
e. 2017-2022 MICIP Template Chino - FINAL 10.02.17. rev
9. Adopt Resolution No. 2017-054 approving the allocation of Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funds for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 to the El Prado Road Reconstruction Project Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

On April 28, 2017, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1) was signed into law by the Governor.  The purpose of SB1 is to utilize additional tax dollars to fund basic maintenance, rehabilitation, and critical safety needs on local street/road infrastructure.

Beginning November 1, 2017, the State Controller will deposit various portions of this new funding into the newly created RMRA.  A percentage of this new RMRA funding will be apportioned by formula to eligible cities and counties pursuant to Streets and Highway Code (SHC) Section 2032(h).

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

Prior to receiving an apportionment of Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account (RMRA) funds from the State Controller in a fiscal year, a city or county must submit to the California Transportation Commission a list of projects proposed to be funded with these funds pursuant to an adopted city or county budget.  In addition, the list of projects must be approved by the City Council via resolution. City staff recommends that the City Council adopt Resolution No. 2017-054, allocating the RMRA funds for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 to the El Prado Road Reconstruction Project (ID No. ST 181).

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. R2017-054
b. Copy of LSR_Project_List_City of Chino
10. Item 10 was moved to ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR
11. Approve the Subdivision Improvement Agreement and Securities with KB Home California LLC for the property located on the north side of Bickmore Avenue at Meadowhouse Avenue. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

KB Home California LLC is proposing to develop a 185-lot residential subdivision on 18.4 acres located on the north side of Bickmore Avenue at Meadowhouse Avenue (Exhibit A).  The project (TM 18858) was conditionally approved by the Planning Commission on September 9, 2015 to construct certain improvements and provide security guaranteeing completion of the improvements.  It is expected that the developer will request approval of the final tract map within the next few months, however, the developer wishes to proceed with construction of the improvements prior to approval of the final tract map.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

The requirements made at the time of tentative map approval have been met by the execution of the Subdivision Improvement Agreement and by posting the necessary securities to guarantee the construction of public improvements.  The City Attorney has reviewed and approved the Subdivision Improvement Agreement and respective securities.

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Exhibit TM 18858 SIA
b. Subdivision Improvement Agreement TM18858
12. Approve Tract Map No. 20029 as presented by the Ou Family Trust & Honzen and Show Whei Ou Family Trust, which consists of a subdivision for commercial condominiums generally located at 5562 Philadelphia Street. Approved By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

Tract Map No. 20029, as presented by the Ou Family Trust & Honzen and Show Whei Ou Family Trust consists of a subdivision for commercial condominiums at a previously approved medical office building located at 5562 Philadelphia Street (Exhibit A).  Tract Map No. 20029 was conditionally approved by the City of Chino Planning Commission on November 21, 2016.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

The requirements made at the time of the final map approval have been satisfied.  A Subdivision Improvement Agreement and securities are not required as the required public improvements are covered under a Public Improvement Agreement which was approved by City Council on September 6, 2016.

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. TM 20029 Exhibit A
ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR
Approve an Amendment to the Cooperative Agreement allowing the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority to acquire property necessary for the State Route 60 at Central Avenue Interchange Project. Approved [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

On May 20, 2014, Cooperative Agreement R14050 (15-1001091) with San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA, formerly known as SANBAG) was approved by City Council for the improvement of the interchange at the SR-60 and Central Avenue (Project).  The SR-60 and Central Avenue Interchange is the third highest priority in the Measure I 2010-2040 Freeway Interchange Program.  The agreement addresses the specific roles and funding responsibilities for the planning, environmental, design, Right of Way (ROW), and construction phases of the Project.  The total cost of the project was estimated at $20,591,000.  SBCTA will be responsible for $8,097,036, and the City of Chino for a total of $12,493,964, with $11,369,507 funded by City’s Development Impact Fees, $999,517 from the County of San Bernardino, and $124,940 from the City of Montclair.

($11,369,507+$999,517+$124,940=$12,493,964).

 

Under this agreement, SBCTA agreed to lead the Project development from the Project Initiation Document (PID) phase through construction of the project.  According to this agreement, SBCTA would lead the ROW phase and would acquire property and rights needed to construct and operate the Project.  The agreement references the California Transportation Commission (CTC) agency to hear Resolutions of Necessity (RONs) if required.  

 

On March 2, 2016, the SBCTA Board approved agreement 16-1001480 with Caltrans for Project planning, final design, and ROW phases of the project.  The agreement specifies that SBCTA is authorized to hear and adopt Resolutions of Necessity (RONs) for the Project if necessary.

 

Resolutions of Necessity (RONs)

Resolutions of Necessity (RONs) are formal decisions to use eminent domain to acquire properties needed for a project.  California Code of Civil Procedure section 1245.230 describes the required elements of the RONs, and a public hearing is also required to discuss the RONs and the proposed eminent domain action.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

In order to reduce the risk of ROW related delays, streamline acquisition of property, and eliminate the inconsistency between the SBCTA cooperative agreements with Caltrans and the City, staff recommends the adoption of First Amendment to the Cooperative Agreement R14050 (15-1001091).  This amendment will allow SBCTA to acquire property necessary for the Project in SBCTA’s name; agreeing to SBCTA’s exercise of eminent domain; and agreeing to SBCTA’s conveyance by quit claim deed to the City of all Project acquired ROW located within the City’s jurisdictional boundaries.  There is no fiscal impact associated with this recommendation as sufficient ROW funding is programmed to cover the eminent domain process by SBCTA should it be required.

 

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Amendment No. 1 - 15-1001091-01
b. CoopAGTSR60atCentral Resolution-REV 1
VIII. PUBLIC HEARING
13. Approve the Introduction of Ordinance No. 2017-011, Amending Title 15 of the Chino Municipal Code by adding Chapter 15.30 to provide an Expedited, Streamlined Permitting Process for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. Approved [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

Zero-emission vehicles, including plug-in vehicles, are rapidly gaining popularity among California vehicle owners. The use of alternative vehicle fuel technology provides a state-wide environmental and air quality benefit through the reduction of local pollution. In October 2015, Governor Brown signed Assembly Bill (AB) 1236 adding California Government Code Section 65850.07, which established statewide standards to promote and encourage the timely and cost-effective installation of electric vehicle charging stations for residential and non-residential uses.

Assembly Bill 1236 requires jurisdictions with a population less than 200,000 residents to establish procedures and adopt an ordinance for expedited, streamlined processes for permitting electrical vehicle charging stations. AB 1236 requires that cities administratively approve applications for the installation of electric vehicle charging stations unless they make findings of specific, adverse impacts on public health and safety.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

The City of Chino requires a building permit and an electrical permit for the installation of an electric vehicle charging station. The proposed ordinance establishes processing requirements to expedite the electric vehicle charging station approval. The expedited process will require staff to prioritize the plan check and inspections for electrical charging stations.

 

Currently, most electric vehicle charging station applications are reviewed over the counter and an approval or denial is provided the same day. To assist in expediting the plan check process, a checklist was created and will be available online for the applicant. All required inspections for the new electric vehicle charging station will be performed the next business day after the inspection has been requested.

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. Ordinance 2017-011
IX. NEW BUSINESS
14. Approve Cooperative Agreement No. 16-1001386 in the amount of $140,000 with the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority for the Valley Coordinated Traffic Signal System covering specific areas along Central Avenue, Mountain Avenue, Philadelphia Street, Ramona Avenue, Riverside Drive, Chino Avenue, Chino Hills Parkway, Edison Avenue, and Grand Avenue. Approved [Unanimous]

BACKGROUND

On September 1, 1999 the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (Authority) approved development of the San Bernardino Valley Coordinated Traffic Signal System (SBVCTSS) Tiers 1, 2 3 & 4 project.  The purpose of the project was to coordinate traffic signal corridors, reducing delay, improving travel times and improving air quality in the San Bernardino Valley. 

 

The City participated in the project, including street segments along Central Avenue, Mountain Avenue, Philadelphia Street, Ramona Avenue, Riverside Drive, Chino Avenue, Chino Hills Parkway, Edison Avenue and Grand Avenue.  The intersections and corridors are incorporated into the Cooperative Agreement in Tables 1 and 2.  This regional traffic signal timing and coordination project was implemented over a ten-year period.  Following the completion of the project, significant improvements in arterial travel times and reductions in stops and delays were identified throughout the region, including the City of Chino.

 

To assist in obtaining the maximum benefit of the system, the Authority and the City wish to execute a Cooperative Agreement to maintain the system corridors.  The Cooperative Agreement requires periodic assessments of the corridors and intersections by the Authority to ensure compliance with the provisions of the agreement.  In addition, the City will receive an annual reimbursement of $500 for each intersection shown to be coordinated and communicating with the central traffic signal system.  The reimbursement will be for a three year period, with an option for the Authority to extend the annual reimbursement an additional two years.

 

ISSUES/ANALYSIS

In addition to the Cooperative Agreement, the City is required to update and implement new traffic signal timing plans for the specified corridors.  The work involves field review, signal timing analysis and optimization, implementation, and fine tuning of the timing plans.  Due to the specialized consultant services required, staff is requesting approval of a single source contract with Albert Grover & Associates (AGA) to provide these services.  The first phase of the SBVCTSS project (Tiers 1 & 2) included intersections across the San Bernardino Valley.  AGA was awarded this phase of work.  AGA completed the project and successfully implemented the traffic signal timing and coordination plans within the City of Chino.  Due to AGA’s knowledge from this project, there will be significantly less staff time needed for oversight and training for this phase of the project.  The contract with AGA is in the amount of $120,000 with $20,000 in contingencies requested for additional intersection work.  Half of the cost for the consultant services will be reimbursed by SBCTA per the terms of the cooperative agreement. 

 

Therefore, it is staff’s recommendation to the City Council to approve the Cooperative Agreement with SBCTA for the San Bernardino Valley Coordinated Traffic Signal Systems Operation and Maintenance contract, approve a single source contract to Albert Grover & Associates in the amount of $120,000, and authorize contingencies for additional intersection work in the amount of $20,000.

 

 

documentStaff Report Printout
a. SBCTA AGREEMENT
b. AGA AGREEMENT
X. MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS
Mayor Ulloa
Mayor Pro Tem Haughey
Council Member Elrod
Council Member George
Council Member Rodriguez
City Manager's Report
City Attorney's Report
Police Chief's Report
Fire Chief's Report
XI. ADJOURN