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THE LAGUNA WOODS
AGENDA DESCRIPTION: The Agenda descriptions are intended to give notice, to members of the public, of a general summary of items of business to be transacted or discussed. The listed Recommended Action represents staff or a particular Committee's recommendation. The City Council may take any action, which it deems to be appropriate on the agenda item and is not limited in any way by the recommended action. Any person wishing to address the City Council on any matter, whether or not it appears on this agenda, is requested to complete a "Request to Speak" form available at the door. The completed form is to be submitted to the City Clerk prior to an individual being heard by the City Council. Whenever possible, lengthy testimony should be presented to the City Council in writing (8 copies) and only pertinent points presented orally. Requests to speak to items on the agenda shall be heard at the appropriate point on the agenda; requests to speak about subjects not on the agenda will be heard during the Public Comment section of the meeting.
I. CALL TO ORDER
COUNCILMEMBERS: _ Hack _ Ring _ Ross
_ Robbins, Mayor Pro Tem, _ Bouer, Mayor
4.1 Pat Krone, Commissioner –
All proclamations listed under this section will be enacted by one vote, unless Members of the City Council request specific items be removed for separate action. Proclamations will then be read and presented.
5.1 Proclamation –
5.2 Proclamation – Human Rights Day –
VI. CONSENT CALENDAR
All matters listed under the Consent Calendar are considered routine and will be enacted by one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless Members of the City Council, the public, or staff request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.
6.1 City Council minutes from the regular meeting of
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve minutes as submitted.
6.2 Approve the reading by title of all ordinances and resolutions. Said ordinances and resolutions that appear on the public agenda shall be determined to have been read by title only and further reading waived.
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Waive reading of ordinances and resolutions.
6.3 Treasurer’s Report
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Receive and File October 2006 monthly Treasurer’s Report and First Quarter Fiscal Year 2006-07 Treasurer’s Report.
6.4 Warrant Register
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the
6.5 Laguna Woods Smoking Regulations
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Adopt an ordinance that would make modifications to current Laguna Woods’ smoking regulations, entitled
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
6.6 Annual Audit Firm Contract Award
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Award a contract to Mayer, Hoffman, McCann, P.C., for performance of annual audit for Fiscal Years 2005-06 to 2010-11, and authorize the City Manager to execute a contract, subject to approval of the contract as to form by the City Attorney.
6.7 Flat File Donation
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Accept the donation of a flat file, valued at $250, from Jim Otterson.
6.8 Notice of Completion – El Toro Road Community Landscape Screening Project Supplemental
A. Accept project completion of a contract with Belaire-West Landscape, Inc. for the El Toro Road Community Landscape Screening Project Supplemental
B. Release contract retention in the amount of $2,800 withheld per government code 35 days following recordation of Notice of Completion with the
C. Exonerate project posted bonds 35 days following recordation of Notice of Completion with the
Public Hearings are scheduled for a time certain of or as soon thereafter as possible. City Council, when considering the matter scheduled for hearing, will take the following actions: A. Receive staff report; B. Open the Public Hearing; C. Receive Public Comment; D. Close Public Hearing; E. Council comment and questions and take appropriate actions. Those wishing to address the City Council during the Public Hearing must complete a Request to Speak Form and provide it to the City Clerk prior to the Public Hearing.
7.1 Conditional Use Permit application CUP-326 to establish a new sign program for Carl’s Jr. and Green Burrito Restaurant.
A. Receive Staff Report.
B. Reopen and Continue Public Hearing.
C. Receive Public Comment.
D. Close Public Hearing.
E. Adopt a Resolution Entitled:
1. Approving the sign plan
A RESOLUTION OF THE
2. Denying the sign plan
A RESOLUTION OF THE
7.2 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
A. Receive Staff Report
B. Open Public Hearing
C. Receive Public Comment
D. Close Public Hearing
E. Authorize staff to re-submit a $75,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application, in the public facilities and improvements category, to remove architectural barriers and provide an
F. Consider other projects suggested at the public hearing during the 2008-09 funding cycle.
8.1 December Meeting Schedule
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Reschedule the December City Council meeting to
8.2 Aliso Creek Task Force
RECOMMENDED ACTION: Appoint Bob Rings as the City’s representative to the Aliso Creek Task Force.
9.1 2007 Community Services Grant Awards
A. Award a total of $71,000 in competitive Community Services grants to seven grantees: The Braille Institute, GRF Friendly Visitor Program, South County Outreach formerly Saddleback Community Outreach, Saddleback College Foundation, Saddleback Memorial Foundation, Trauma Intervention Program and Rebuilding Together.
B. Award a total of $75,000 in Community Services grants to South County Senior Services subject to conditions included in the body of the report, for:
* Adult day health care $22,500
* Transportation services $22,500
* General operations at
9.2 El Toro Road Pavement Rehabilitation
A. Award a contract to All American Asphalt, in the amount of $637,637.40, plus authorized change orders not to exceed 15% of the base amount; and authorize the City Manager to execute a contract and approve change orders, subject to approval of the contract as to form by the City Attorney.
B. Allocate $140,000 of Traffic Congestion Relief funds to the El Toro Road Pavement Rehabilitation project budget due to increased costs for asphalt.
XI. COMMITTEE REPORTS
11.2 Vector Control District (Mayor Bouer)
11.3 Library Board (Mayor Pro Tem Robbins)
XII. PUBLIC COMMENTS
XIV. CLOSED SESSION
14.1 The City Council will meet in closed session to confer with legal counsel regarding one matter of potential litigation, pursuant to the provisions of Government Code Section 54956.9
14.2 The City Council will meet in closed session to confer with legal counsel regarding one matter of pending litigation: City of
The next meeting will be at on
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