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November 15, 2022
CLOSED SESSION – 1:00 PM (To Commence at 3:00 PM)
Public Employment – Attorneys
Public Employee Appointment – Chief of Police
Public Employee Appointment – Assistant City Manager
Conference with Legal Counsel – Pending Litigation: Glenoaks Canyon Homeowners Association v. City of Glendale, L.A.S.C. Case No. 22STCP0011
Conference with Legal Counsel – Pending Litigation: Claim of Horace Mann Insurance, Claim No. 22-0109
REGULAR BUSINESS AGENDA – 6:00 PM Roll Call
Flag Salute: Girl Scouts Troop 71234
Invocation: Suzie Abajian, City Clerk
Report of City Clerk, re: Posting of Agenda. The Agenda for the November 15, 2022 Regular Meeting of the Glendale City Council was Posted on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, on the Bulletin Board Outside City Hall.
PRESENTATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS
Agenda Preview for the Meetings of Tuesday, November 22, 2022
Reappointment of Sevana Zadorian to the Arts and Culture Commission (Brotman, 10/25/2022)
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 October 27, 2022 and the Special City Council and Regular City Council Meetings of November 1, 2022
Glendale Water and Power, re: Adoption of Specification for Transformer(s) Oil Testing, and Advertising for Bids
Resolution adopting Specification No. 3931 to furnish materials, equipment, and labor for testing transformer, load tap changer, regulator, and circuit breaker oil for Glendale Water & Power (GWP), and directing the City Clerk to advertise for bids
Fire Department, re: CalOES Funding for High-Frequency Radio for the Emergency Operations Center
Motion authorizing the City Manager to accept High-Frequency Communications Equipment Program Grant funds in the amount of $59,770, and to execute the necessary agreements, certifications, and other documents to receive the grant funds
Public Works, re: Authorization to set the time, date and place for a public hearing concerning the Vacation of a portion of the First Alley Easterly of Cedar Street, Southerly of Broadway
Motion authorizing the City Clerk to set the time, date and place for a public hearing concerning Vacation Case No.187V; being the vacation of the First Alley Easterly of Cedar Street, Southerly of Broadway (Alley 502) for the Citrus Crossing affordable housing project
Community Development, re: ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 30.11.020, 30.11.050 AND 30.34.080, AND REPEALING AND REPLACING 30.34.110 OF TITLE 30 TO THE GLENDALE MUNICIPAL CODE, 1995 ESTABLISHING STANDARDS AND MINISTERIAL PROCESSES FOR REVIEWING AND APPROVING ELIGIBLE SB 9 PROJECTS, MINIMUM FLOOR AREA RATIO STANDARDS FOR CERTAIN MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS (SB 478) AND INCORPORATION OF STATE LAW AMENDMENTS AND MINOR MODIFICATIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS RELATED TO ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS AND JUNIOR ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS (CASE NO. PZC-0001-2022) (Devine, 11/01/22)
Community Development, re: ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE 2022 CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE AS VOLUME IA, THE 2022 CALIFORNIA RESIDENTIAL CODE AS VOLUME IB, THE 2022 CALIFORNIA EXISTING BUILDING CODE AS VOLUME IC, THE 2022 CALIFORNIA PLUMBING CODE AS VOLUME II, THE 2022 CALIFORNIA MECHANICAL CODE AS VOLUME III, THE 2022 CALFORNIA ELECTRICAL CODE AS VOLUME IV, THE 1997 UNIFORM HOUSING CODE AS VOLUME V, THE 2022 CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE AS VOLUME VI, THE GLENDALE SECURITY CODE AS VOLUME VII AND THE GLENDALE COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE AS VOLUME VIII AND THE 2022 CALIFORNIA GREEN BUILDING STANDARDS CODE AS VOLUME IX ALL OF WHICH COMPRISE THE BUILDING AND SAFETY CODE OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, 2023 (Najarian, 11/01/22)
Management Services, re: AMENDING THE GLENDALE BUILDING AND SAFETY CODE VOLUME IX TO ADOPT LOCAL AMENDMENTS TO THE 2022 EDITION OF THE CALIFORNIA BUILDING AND ENERGY CODE PERTAINING TO BUILDING ELECTRIFICATION, SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INSTALLATIONS (Brotman, 11/01/22)
Community Services and Parks, re: Award of Contract for Catering Services for the City's Elderly Nutrition Program
Resolution dispensing with competitive bidding for catering services for the City’s Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP), and authorizing the City Manager or a designee to execute a contract with TRIO Community Meals, LLC in an amount not to exceed $2,000,000 to provide regularly scheduled and emergency congregate meals and home-delivered meals from December 1, 2022 to November 30, 2026 (initial term), with the City’s having an option to renew the contract for two additional years (renewal term) in an amount not to exceed $1,100,000, for a total amount not to exceed $3,100,000 for the combined initial and renewal terms
Glendale Water and Power, re: Request for Proposal for Development of a Plan for Clean Energy Studies per Council Resolution No. 22-125
Resolution directing staff to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for development of a Plan to Increase Solar Penetration and Develop Additional Distributed Energy Resources (DER), Consistent with Council Resolution No. 22-125
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS Discussion is Limited to Items NOT a Part of this Agenda. Each Speaker is Allowed 5 minutes. 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.