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SPECIAL MEETING
AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL AND THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY
TO THE PASADENA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

JANUARY 11, 2021
Public Meeting: 2:00 P.M.
Council Chamber, Pasadena City Hall
100 North Garfield Avenue, Room S249

 

PUBLIC MEETING – 2:00 P.M. 

ROLL CALL, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE, AND CEREMONIAL MATTERS

 

PUBLIC COMMENT LIMITED TO ITEMS ON THIS SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA AND WILL BE HEARD AT THE TIME THE ITEM IS CONSIDERED

 

SPECIAL ITEM – COVID-19

 1.        COVID-19 UPDATE ORAL REPORTS FROM PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER AND DR. LORI MORGAN, PRESIDENT OF HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL

           
SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL RECEIVED AFTER POSTING OF AGENDA

            PUBLIC COMMENT
 

CONSENT CALENDAR  (The Consent Calendar consists of routine items which will be approved by one motion and one vote unless removed for separate discussion.)

 City Manager/Executive Director 

2.      AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A PURCHASE ORDER WITH SSP INNOVATIONS, LLC (“SSP”) FOR THE UPGRADE OF A MOBILE GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM AND THE ASSOCIATED ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR THE PASADENA WATER AND POWER DEPARTMENT (“PWP”) FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT NOT-TO-EXCEED $194,413
Recommendation
: It is recommended that the City Council:
(1)
      Find that the proposed action is not a project subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 21065 of CEQA and Sections 15060(c)(2), 15060(c)(3), and 15378 of the State CEQA Guidelines and, as such, no environmental document pursuant to CEQA is required for the action;
(2)
      Authorize the issuance of a Purchase Order (“PO”) contract without Competitive Bidding pursuant to City Charter Section 1002(C), contracts for labor, material, supplies, or services available from only one vendor, with SSP for the upgrade of a mobile Geographical Informational System (“GIS”) and the associated enterprise software license agreement for a total amount not-to-exceed $194,413, which includes a base contract amount of $132,533 for the first three years, three optional one-year extensions for software license agreements in the amount of $15,000 per extension, and a contingency amount of $16,880, to provide for any necessary change orders; and
(3)    It is further recommended that the City Council grant the proposed PO contract an exemption from the Competitive Selection process pursuant to Pasadena Municipal Code Section 4.08.049(B), contracts for which the City’s best interests are served. 

        1738k

            TPA 64k

 3.      AUTHORIZE A SERVICE CONTRACT WITH ATI RESTORATION, LLC FOR ASBESTOS, LEAD, AND MOLD ABATEMENT SERVICES AT VARIOUS WATER AND POWER FACILITIES
         
Recommendation:  It is recommended that the City Council:
         (1)    Find that the proposed action is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(9); and California Code of Regulations, Title 14,
          Chapter 3, Class 1 Section 15301 (Existing Facilities) and that there are no features that distinguish this project from others in the exempt class and, therefore, there are no unusual circumstances; and
        (2)    Accept the bid dated October 1, 2020, submitted by ATI Restoration, LLC in response to Specifications LD-20-04; reject all other bids received; and authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract not-to-exceed
        $400,000 over a period of five years. The contract would include the option of two (2) one-year extension periods not-to-exceed $80,000 each period, subject to the approval of the City Manager. If both options are
         exercised, the total contract amount would be $560,000.

          
1055k

4.      AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO CONTRACT WITH ACCO ENGINEERED SYSTEMS, INC. FOR THE LABOR AND MATERIALS TO REPLACE THE GT-3 CHILLER COMPRESSOR #2         RecommendationIt is recommended that the City Council:
(1)    Find that the proposed action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15301, Existing Facilities; and Section 15302, Replacement or Reconstruction; and that there are no features that distinguish this project from others in the exempt class and, therefore, there are no unusual circumstances; and
(2)    Accept the bid dated October 27, 2020, submitted by ACCO in response to Specifications to furnish labor and materials to Remove and Replace GT-3 Chiller Compressor #2; reject all other bids, and authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a contract with ACCO for an amount not-to-exceed $269,570 which includes a base contract amount of $245,070 and a 10% contingency of $24,500 to provide for any unforeseen change orders.

         1368k

5.      CONTRACT AWARD TO PAVECO CONSTRUCTION INC., TO FURNISH LABOR AND MATERIALS FOR UTILITY AND MISCELLANEOUS STREET REPAIRS
Recommendation
It is recommended that the City Council:
(1)    Find that the proposed action is not a project subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) pursuant to CEQA Section 21065 and Sections 15060(c)(2), 15060(c)(3), and 15378 of the State CEQA Guidelines and, as such, no environmental document pursuant to CEQA is required for this action; and
(2)    Accept the bid dated November 3, 2020, submitted by Paveco Construction Inc., (“Paveco”) in response to Specifications WD-20-17; reject all other bids received, and authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract not-to-exceed $2,000,000 for an initial period of one year with an option for two additional one-year terms at $2,000,000 per year subject to the approval of the City Manager.  If the two additional one-year terms are exercised, the total contract amount will be $6,000,000.

         1380k

6.      AUTHORIZATION TO ALLOCATE ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR WEATHER-ACTIVATED MOTEL VOUCHERS TO SERVE PEOPLE EXPERIENCING UNSHELTERED HOMELESSNESS         Recommendation: It is recommended that the City Council:
(1)    Find that the recommended action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the “General Rule” that CEQA only applies to projects that may have an effect on the environment;
(2)    Authorize an additional transfer of $66,500 in Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) funding from the Department of Housing’s Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget to the Public Health Department’s Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget to provide weather-activated motel vouchers to people experiencing homelessness; and
(3)    Authorize the amendment to Contract No. 31552 with Union Station Homeless Services to increase the not-to-exceed amount by $56,503 to provide weather-activated motel vouchers to existing clients who are experiencing unsheltered homelessness for a total not-to-exceed amount of $285,648.

         1640k

SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL RECEIVED AFTER POSTING OF AGENDA

CORRESPONDENCE 653k

CORRESPONDENCE FOR ITEMS 6, 7, AND 16

PUBLIC COMMENT

7.      AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH HOUSING RIGHTS CENTER IN THE AMOUNT OF $118,098 TO PROVIDE LEGAL SERVICES AND ASSISTANCE TO PASADENA HOUSEHOLDS AT RISK OF FALLING INTO HOMELESSNESS
Recommendation: It is recommended that the City Council:  
(1)    Find that the recommended action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the “General Rule” that CEQA only applies to projects that may have an effect on the environment:
(2)   
Authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with Housing Rights Center in the amount of $118,098. Competitive bidding is not required pursuant to City Charter Section 1002(F), contracts for professional or unique services; and
(3)    Grant the proposed contract an exemption from the Competitive Selection process pursuant to Pasadena Municipal Code Section 4.08.049(B), contracts for which the City’s best interests are served.        

        1248k

        TPA 79k

            SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL RECEIVED AFTER POSTING OF AGENDA
           
            CORRESPONDENCE FOR ITEMS 6, 7, AND 16

            PUBLIC COMMENT

8.      AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH LINKEDIN LEARNING FOR ONLINE EMPLOYEE TRAINING SERVICES FOR AN AMOUNT NOT-TO-EXCEED $79,443
Recommendation:
It is recommended that the City Council:
(1)
      Find that the action proposed in the agenda report is not a “project” as defined in the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Public Resources Code Section 21065 and Section 15378(b)(2) of the State CEQA Guidelines and, as such, is not subject to environmental review; and
(2)
      Authorize the City Manager to enter into a three (3) year contract, as the result of a competitive selection process as specified by Section 4.08.047 of the Pasadena Municipal Code, with LinkedIn Learning for an amount not-to-exceed $79,443. Competitive bidding is not required pursuant to City Charter Section 1002(F), contracts for professional or unique services.

        1115k

        ATTACHMENTS A-C 953k

9.      MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE: AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PUBLIC POWER AUTHORITY (“SCPPA”) FOR THE PURCHASE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY FROM COSO GEOTHERMAL POWER HOLDINGS, LLC
Recommendation
It is recommended that the City Council:
(1)    Find that the proposed action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3) (Common Sense Exemption); and
(2)    Authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a contract without competitive bidding pursuant to City Charter Section 1002 (H) Contracts with other governmental entities or their contractors for labor, material, supplies, or services, and PMC Section 4.08.049(A)(3) Contracts with other governmental entities, with SCPPA for the purchase of renewable energy and capacity from Coso Geothermal Power Holdings, LLC, for a total of up to 20.46 megawatts (“MW”) for Pasadena, for a term of 20 years beginning January 1, 2022.
Recommendation of the Municipal Services Committee: On January 5, 2021, the MSC
approved the staff recommendation to enter into a 20 year contract with SCPPA for the purchase of renewable energy from Coso Geothermal Power Holdings, LLC. Below are points of clarification requested by the MSC, for the City Council meeting.
Pasadena Water and Power (“PWP”) will only pay for the energy actually received, at the rate of $69 per megawatt hour (“MWh”). During the first five years, PWP will not be taking any energy and hence will not be liable for any payments for the first five years. In addition, PWP is well positioned to meet or exceed the state’s renewable portfolio standard (“RPS”), up to calendar year 2022. Future RPS requirements will be met through a variety of short term and long term renewable resources that best fit PWP’s energy and RPS needs. Lastly, the contract price and other terms are competitive for a baseload (a resource that generates energy at a steady rate, at all times of the day) renewable resource, as compared to similar resources such as biomass, landfill gas and small hydro-electric.

2585k

City Council 

10.    RESIGNATIONS, APPOINTMENTS, & REAPPOINTMENTS 

RESIGNATION OF ROBERT CLINTON FROM THE CODE ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION (District 2 Nomination)

RESIGNATION OF AARON MILAM FROM THE RECREATION AND PARKS COMMISSION (District 2 Nomination) 

RESIGNATION OF PEGGY BUCHANAN FROM THE SENIOR COMMISSION (Agency Nomination) 

RECOGNIZE VACANCY CREATED ON THE ARROYO VERDUGO COMMUNITIES JPA GOVERNING BOARD WITH THE CONCLUSION OF MARGARET McAUSTIN’S TERM ON THE PASADENA CITY COUNCIL AND APPOINTMENT OF ANDY WILSON AS THE CITY OF PASADENA’S REPRESENTATIVE TO THE ARROYO VERDUGO COMMUNITIES JPA GOVERNING BOARD (City Nomination)

APPOINTMENT OF VICTOR M. GORDO AS THE CITY OF PASADENA’S ALTERNATE REPRESENTATIVE TO THE ARROYO VERDUGO COMMUNITIES JPA GOVERNING BOARD (City Nomination)

APPOINTMENT OF VICTOR M. GORDO TO THE GAMBLE HOUSE ADVISORY BOARD (City Nomination) 

APPOINTMENT OF STEVE MADISON TO THE ROSE BOWL OPERATING COMPANY BOARD (City Council Nomination) 

APPOINTMENT OF VICTOR M. GORDO AS THE CITY OF PASADENA’S REPRESENTATIVE TO THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS GOVERNING BOARD (City Nomination)

APPOINTMENT OF FELICIA WILLIAMS AS THE CITY OF PASADENA’S ALTERNATE REPRESENTATIVE TO THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS GOVERNING BOARD (City Nomination) 

APPOINTMENT OF HOWARD TAN TO THE RECREATION AND PARKS COMMISSION (District 1 Nomination) 

APPOINTMENT OF ADRIENNE BASS TO THE LIBRARY COMMISSION (District 2 Nomination) 

APPOINTMENT OF JULIANNA DELGADO TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION (District 2 Nomination) 

APPOINTMENT OF MAURA HARRINGTON ROGGERO TO THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN (District 6 Nomination) 

    162k

City Attorney

City Clerk/Secretary 

11.     ITEM PULLED
 

 12.    APPROVAL OF MINUTES 

October 26, 2020

Special Meeting

October 26, 2020

City Council

October 26, 2020

Successor Agency to the Pasadena Community Development Commission

November 2, 2020

City Council

November 2, 2020

Successor Agency to the Pasadena Community Development Commission

November 9, 2020

City Council

November 9, 2020

Successor Agency to the Pasadena Community Development Commission

November 16, 2020

City Council

November 16, 2020

Successor Agency to the Pasadena Community Development Commission

 13.    RECEIVE AND FILE CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY OF PASADENA        

Claim No. 13,654

Gavril T. Gabriel, Attorney, representing Johnny Trang

$              25,000.00+   

Claim No. 13,655

Allstate as subrogee for Judith Van Vleet

                  4,058.18

Claim No. 13,656

Stan Dorobek

               Not stated

Claim No. 13,657

Corey W. Glave, Attorney at Law, representing Jaime Robison

           1,000,000.00+

Claim No. 13,658

Mercury Insurance as subrogee for Trevor Patterson

                  4,039.55

Claim No. 13,659

Cohen & Marzban Law Corporation, representing April McCullough

                25,000.00+

Claim No. 13,660

Jennifer Gorman

                  1,925.00

Claim No. 13,661

Maria Maldonado

                  2,100.00

Claim No. 13,662

Michael Meacham

                  1,000.00

Claim No. 13,663

Thomas Altmayer

                  7,140.00

 14.    PUBLIC HEARING SET 

January 25, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. – Zoning Code Amendments to Update Regulations Regarding Nonconforming Uses

PUBLIC HEARING: 

15.    CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING: HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS
Recommendation
:
It is recommended that the City Council:
(1)
      Find that the proposed project is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15308, Class 8, of the CEQA guidelines pertaining to actions by regulatory agencies for the protection of the environment. The proposed amendments strengthen and clarify existing regulations that apply to the protection of historical resources;
(2)
      Find that the proposed Zoning Code Text Amendments are in conformance with the goals, policies, and objectives of the General Plan;
(3)
      Find that the proposed Zoning Code Text Amendments would not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience, or general welfare of the City; and, therefore
(4)
      Recommend that the City Council approve the proposed Zoning Code Text Amendments to the Historic Preservation Ordinance as specified in the agenda report.
Recommendation of the Historic Preservation Commission
:
On August 4, 2020, the Historic Preservation Commission held a public hearing to review the proposed amendments and adopted CEQA and Zoning Code Text Amendment findings with the following recommendations:
          1.
    Demolition of garages should be changed from a minor project to a major project.
          2.
    In all cases where documentary, pictorial or physical evidence is mentioned, language should be included to allow use of a similar building designed by the same builder or architect as evidence.
          3.
    In all cases where reports from a qualified professional are required, language should be included requiring the preparation of the reports to be managed by the City and paid for by the applicant, to ensure tha
          the reports are objective and unbiased.
          4.
    The process for rescinding or amending a Conservation Plan should be simplified to eliminate the requirement for written support from a majority of property owners in the district and, instead require public
          notification of required public hearings to be sent to all property owners in the district. 
          5.
    The Zoning Administrator should be the review authority for the proposed new incentive regarding alternative front lot line determination.
          6.
    An additional incentive allowing tandem parking by right when converting a historic residential building to a non-residential use should be included.
          7.
    Staff should continue to explore monetary fines for violations of the Historic Preservation Ordinance, to their maximum extent allowed by law.
          8.
    Staff should continue to pursue enhancements to the Occupancy Inspection Program to ensure that new property owners are informed of historical designations upon purchase of historically designated
          properties.
          9.
    Section 17.62.030.A (“Review of applications for Certificate of Appropriateness”) should remain in its current locations and “Certificate of Appropriateness” should be removed from the title, as there are
          provisions within this section that apply to other review processes identified in the Historic Preservation Ordinance.
         10.
A reference to the Zoning Code Glossary should be included in Section 17.62.030 and the Glossary definitions that are currently listed under the term “historic preservation” should remain in their current location
         and the definitions should be reviewed to align with other Zoning Code Glossary definitions.
A brief analysis of the HPC’s recommendations are discussed in the appropriate location by topic area.

Recommendation of the Planning Commission
:
On September 23, 2020, the Historic Preservation Commission held a public hearing to review the proposed amendments, including responses to the HPC’s comments listed above, and adopted CEQA and Zoning Code Text Amendment findings as recommended by staff, with no additional recommendations. In response to public comments, staff verbally clarified certain amendments and those clarifications have been incorporated into the agenda report. 

        9594k

        ATTACHMENT A 2672k

        ATTACHMENT B 164k

        DECEMBER 14 CITY COUNCIL CORRESPONDENCE 1303k

        DECEMBER 14 CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC COMMENT 812k

        SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL RECEIVED AFTER POSTING OF AGENDA

        CORRESPONDENCE

        PUBLIC COMMENT

OLD BUSINESS: 

16.    PREDEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW OF A 70-UNIT MIXED USE PROJECT AT 710-738 NORTH FAIR OAKS AVENUE AND 19-25 EAST ORANGE GROVE BOULEVARD (HERITAGE SQUARE SOUTH)         Recommendation: This report is intended to provide information to the City Council; no action is required. 

       8025k

    ATTACHMENT A 6199k

    ATTACHMENT B 126k

    ATTACHMENT C - PPR Plans 27651k

    SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL RECEIVED AFTER POSTING OF AGENDA

    CORRESPONDENCE FOR ITEMS 6, 7, AND 16

    PUBLIC COMMENT

REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES

Economic Development and Technology Committee 

Finance Committee 

Legislative Policy Committee
 

Municipal Services Committee 

Public Safety Committee 

RECOMMENDATIONS FROM OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS

 City Manager 

City Council 

ORDINANCES                     

 First Reading:  None 

Second Reading:  None

CLOSED SESSION

A.       CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6
Agency Designated Representatives: Jennifer Curtis and Steve Mermell

Employee Organizations: International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE); Pasadena Firefighters Association (PFFA); Pasadena Fire Management Association (PFMA); Pasadena Management Association (PMA); Non-Represented Executive; Non-Represented Management; and Non-Represented Non-Management 

ADJOURNMENT

SCHEDULED
COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEES

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE (Chair Tyron Hampton, Steve Madison, Andy Wilson) Meets the third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m., Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S245/S246 (Council Conference Room, 2nd Floor)

January 19, 2021 (To be cancelled)

January 27, 2021 (Special meeting to commence at 4:00 p.m.)

February 16, 2021

FINANCE COMMITTEE (Chair Mayor Victor M. Gordo, John J. Kennedy, Felicia Williams, Andy Wilson) Meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m., 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S249 (City Hall Council Chamber, 2nd floor)

January 11, 2021 (To be cancelled)

January 21, 2021 (Special meeting to commence at 2:00 p.m.)

January 25, 2021 (To be cancelled)

LEGISLATIVE POLICY COMMITTEE (Chair Steve Madison, Mayor Victor M. Gordo, Gene Masuda) Meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m., Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S245/S246 (Fair Oaks Conference Room S039)

January 26, 2021(Special meeting to commence at 2:00 p.m.)

February 23, 2021

March 23, 2021

MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE (Chair Andy Wilson, Tyron Hampton, Felicia Williams) Meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m., Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S249 (Council Chamber, 2nd Floor)

January 12, 2021 (To be cancelled)

January 26, 2021

February 9, 2021

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE (Chair Mayor Victor M. Gordo, Tyron Hampton, John J. Kennedy, Steve Madison) Meets the first Monday of each month at 4:15 p.m. and the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m., Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S249 (Council Chamber, 2nd Floor)

January 20, 2021 (Special meeting to commence at 4:30 p.m.)

February 1, 2021

February 17, 2021

FUTURE COUNCIL MEETING DATES

 

 

January 18, 2021 (To be cancelled)

January 25, 2021

February 1, 2021

February 8, 2021

February 15, 2021 (To be cancelled)

February 22, 2021

March 1, 2021

March 8, 2021

March 15, 2021

March 22, 2021

March 29, 2021

April 5, 2021

April 12, 2021

April 19, 2021

April 26, 2021

May 3, 2021

May 10, 2021

FUTURE PUBLIC HEARINGS:

January 25, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. – Zoning Code Amendments to Update Regulations Regarding Nonconforming Uses

COMMISSION VACANCIES 24k