REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL
**POST AGENDA**

Meeting #:
Date:
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Council Chambers, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista, CA

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SPEAKER TIME LIMITS: The time allotted for speakers may be adjusted by the Mayor. 

- Five minutes* for specific items listed on the agenda
- Three minutes* for items NOT on the agenda (called to speak during Public Comments)
- A group of individuals may select a spokesperson to speak on their behalf on an agenda item, waiving their option to speak individually on the same item. Generally, five minutes are allotted per person, up to a limit of 30 minutes, although the limits may be adjusted. Members of the group must be present.

*Individuals who use a translator will be allotted twice the amount of time.
 

                                                              GETTING TO KNOW YOUR AGENDA


Agenda Sections:
CONSENT CALENDAR items are routine items that are not expected to prompt discussion. All items are considered for approval at the same time with one vote.  Councilmembers and staff may request items be removed and members of the public may submit a speaker slip if they wish to comment on an item. Items removed from the Consent Calendar are discussed after the vote on the remaining Consent Calendar items.

PUBLIC COMMENT provides the public with an opportunity to address the Council on any matter not listed on the agenda that is within the jurisdiction of the Council. In compliance with the Brown Act, the Council cannot take action on matters not listed on the agenda.

PUBLIC HEARINGS are held on matters specifically required by law. The Mayor opens the public hearing and asks for presentations from staff and from the proponent or applicant involved (if applicable) in the matter under discussion. Following questions from the Councilmembers, the Mayor opens the public hearing and asks for public comments. The hearing is closed, and the City Council may discuss and take action.

ACTION ITEMS are items that are expected to cause discussion and/or action by the Council but do not legally require a Public Hearing. Staff may make a presentation and Councilmembers may ask questions of staff and the involved parties before the Mayor invites the public to provide input.

CLOSED SESSION may only be attended by members of the Council, support staff, and/or legal counsel. The most common purpose of a Closed Session is to avoid revealing confidential information that may prejudice the legal or negotiating position of the City or compromise the privacy interests of employees. Closed sessions may be held only as specifically authorized by law.


Council Actions:
RESOLUTIONS are formal expressions of opinion or intention of the Council and are usually effective immediately.

ORDINANCES are laws adopted by the Council. Ordinances usually amend, repeal or supplement the Municipal Code; provide zoning specifications; or appropriate money for specific purposes. Most ordinances require two hearings: an introductory hearing, generally followed by a second hearing at the next regular meeting. Most ordinances go into effect 30 days after the final approval.

PROCLAMATIONS are issued by the City to honor significant achievements by community members, highlight an event, promote awareness of community issues, and recognize City employees.

 


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All items listed under the Consent Calendar are considered and acted upon by one motion. Anyone may request an item be removed for separate consideration.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Council approve the recommended action on the below consent calendar items. 

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Approve a motion to read only the title and waive the reading of the text of all resolutions and ordinances at this meeting.

Councilmember Padilla from the October 26, 2021 City Council meeting.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Consider requests for excused absences as appropriate.

Report Number: 22-0142

Location: No specific geographic location

Department: Finance

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a "Project" as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines; therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt the following resolutions and set a public hearing for June 21, 2022:

     

    A) Initiating Proceedings for the levy and collection of Assessments for Fiscal Year 2022/23 for Open Space Districts 1 thru 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 20, 23, 24, 26, 31, 33, Eastlake, Town Center and Bay Boulevard of the City of Chula Vista pursuant to the Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972

     

    B) Approving the Engineer’s Report, declaring the intention to levy and collect assessments; and setting a Public Hearing regarding the Fiscal Year 2022/23 assessments for Open Space districts 2 through 8, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 20 (Zones 1 through 6, 8 and 9), 23, 24, 26, 31, 33, Eastlake Maintenance District No. 1 (Zones A, B, and D), and Bay Boulevard Maintenance District

     

    C) Approving the Engineer’s Report, declaring the intention to levy and collect assessments; and setting a public hearing regarding the Fiscal Year 2022/23 assessments for Open Space District 9, Open Space District 10, Eastlake Maintenance District No. 1 (Zone E), and Town Center Maintenance District

     

    D) Approving the Engineer’s Report, declaring the intention to levy and collect assessments; and setting a public hearing regarding the Fiscal Year 2022/23 assessments for Open Space District 1

     

    E) Approving the Engineer’s Report, declaring the intention to levy and collect assessments; and setting a public hearing regarding Fiscal Year 2022/23 assessments for Open Space District Eastlake Maintenance District No. 1 (Zone C)

     

    F)Approving the Engineer’s Report, declaring the intention to levy and collect assessments; and setting a public hearing regarding the Fiscal Year 2022/23 assessments for Open Space District 20, Zone 7

     

Report Number: 22-0136


Location: No specific geographic location


Department: Finance

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a "Project" as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines; therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Receive and file the Single Audit Report for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2021.

Report Number: 22-0071


Location: Various parking lots in the City of Chula Vista


Department: Economic Development

Environmental Notice: The Project qualifies for a Categorical Exemption pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1 (Existing Facilities) and Section 15302 Class 2 (Replacement or Reconstruction).

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt a resolution approving the Second Amendment to the License Agreement Between the City of Chula Vista and Blink Network, LLC. to implement upgrades to the electric vehicle infrastructure.

Report Number: 22-0152


Location: 1420 Loma Lane, Chula Vista


Department: Engineering

Environmental Notice: The Project qualifies for a Categorical Exemption pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1 (Existing Facilities), Section 15302 Class 2 (Replacement or Reconstruction), Section 15303 class 3 (New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures), and Section 15304 Class 4 (Minor Alterations to Land).

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:
  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt a resolution granting an easement to San Diego Gas and Electric to provide utility services to the new Loma Verde Recreation Center.

7.

The following item(s) will be considered individually and are expected to elicit discussion and deliberation.

Report Number: 22-0120

Location: No specific geographic location

Department: Human Resources

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a “Project” as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines; therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt an ordinance approving an amendment to the contract between the Board of Administration, California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) and the City of Chula Vista to provide a mandatory employee contribution for all classic Local Safety members of the Chula Vista Police Officers Association of 1% of salary as provided under Government Code §20516. (Second Reading and Adoption)

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Report Number: 22-0135

Location: No specific geographic location

Department: Development Services

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a “Project” as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) State Guidelines; therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Consider one of the following:

    A) Place an ordinance on first reading adding Chapter 9.65 in the Chula Vista Municipal Code for “Residential Landlord and Tenant Provisions” (FIRST READING)

    - or -

    B) Introduce and adopt an Emergency Ordinance and place an ordinance on first reading enacting a moratorium on no-fault just cause evictions through September 30, 2022 (INTRODUCTION AND ADOPTION; 4/5 VOTE REQUIRED) (FIRST READING)

     

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to the regular City Council meeting on May 24, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

 

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or (619) 691-5041.

 

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