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February 2, 2021
Due to the evolving situation with the COVID-19 novel coronavirus and health recommendations from the LA County Health Department, the Glendale City Council meeting will be available to the public electronically.
Due to social distancing requirements, the public will not be able to attend the meeting. The public is encouraged to watch and participate from the safety of their homes to practice social distancing.
For public comments and questions during the meeting call (818) 937-8100.
City staff will be submitting these questions and comments in real time to the appropriate person during the Glendale City Council meeting.
- Items 1a, 4a, 7a, 7b, and 8b were added
CLOSED SESSION – 1:00 PM (To Commence at 3:00 PM)
Public Employment – Assistant City Attorney
REGULAR BUSINESS AGENDA – 6:00 PM Roll Call
Flag Salute: Council Member
Invocation: City Clerk, Aram Adjemian
Report of City Clerk, re: Posting of Agenda. The Agenda for the February 2, 2021 Regular Meeting of the Glendale City Council was Posted on Tuesday January 26, 2021 on the Bulletin Board Outside City Hall
PRESENTATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS
Agenda Preview for the Meetings of Tuesday, February 9, 2021
CONSENT ITEMS (Including Minutes)
The following are Routine and May be Acted Upon by One Motion. Any Member of Council or the Audience Requesting Separate Consideration May do so by Making Such Request Before Motion is Proposed.
City Clerk, re: Minutes of the Special City Council meeting of January 12, 2021
Public Works, re: Award of Contract for Deukmejian Park Restroom & Interpretive Center Project
1. Motion approving the bid by Pub Construction, Inc. for the Deukmejian Park Restroom & Interpretive Center Project, Specification No. 3870, and authorizing the Interim City Manager or his designee to execute a contract in the amount of $434,500 plus a construction contingency of 15 percent ($65,175) for a total not-to-exceed project amount of $499,675; and rejecting all other bids
Community Services and Parks, re: Regarding award of 2020-21 Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds to the Glendale Youth Alliance (GYA) and the City of Burbank as approved and recommended by the Verdugo Workforce Development Board (VWDB)
1. Authorizing the acceptance of 2020-21 Federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds in the amount of $597,890 to enable the Verdugo Workforce Development Board to distribute those funds to the Glendale Youth Alliance (GYA) and the City of Burbank
2. Awarding Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds in the amount of $472,390 to the GYA; as recommended and approved by the Verdugo Workforce Development Board; and
3. Awarding Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds in the amount of $125,500 to the City of Burbank; as recommended and approved by the Verdugo Workforce Development Board; and
4. Authorizing the interim City Manager, or a designee, to execute all agreements, certifications, and documents necessary to accept and implement the funding
Police Department, re: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA AMENDING CHAPTER 9 “PUBLIC PEACE AND WELFARE” OF THE GLENDALE MUNICIPAL CODE, 1995 BY ADDING CHAPTER 9.19 TO IMPOSE CERTAIN TIME, PLACE, AND MANNER REGULATIONS AS TO PUBLIC DEMONSTRATIONS AND PROTESTS
Glendale Water and Power, re: Change Orders to Contract with Wood Group Pratt & Whitney Industrial Turbine Services, LLC
1. Motion Authorizing Change Order No. 1 to Contract No. C106875 with Wood Group Pratt & Whitney Industrial Turbine Services, LLC for emergency off-site repair of two Pratt & Whitney gas generators used at the Grayson Power Plant in an amount not to exceed $1,802,000
2. Resolution Dispensing with Competitive Bidding and Authorizing Change Order No. 2 to Contract No. C106875 with Wood Group Pratt & Whitney Industrial Turbine Services, LLC increasing the contract amount by $200,000 and extending the term of the contract by one additional year for the purchase of additional spare/replacement parts and services on “as needed” basis for the maintenance and limited repair, if needed, of other Pratt & Whitney equipment and related systems in operation at the Grayson Power Plant
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS Discussion is Limited to Items NOT a Part of this Agenda. Council May Question or Respond to The Speaker But There Will be no Debate or Decision. The City Manager May Refer the Matter to the Appropriate Department for Investigation and Report.