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August 22, 2023
- Items 1i, 1j, and 4a were added
CLOSED SESSION – 1:00 PM (To Commence at 3:00 PM)
Public Employee Performance Evaluation – City Manager
Conference with Labor Negotiators: The City-designated negotiator attending the closed session is: Mayor Dan Brotman. Unrepresented Employee Position: City Manager
Public Employee Performance Evaluation – City Attorney
Conference with Labor Negotiators: The City-designated negotiator attending the closed session is: Mayor Dan Brotman. Unrepresented Employee Position: City Attorney
Conference with Labor Negotiators. The City-designated negotiators attending the closed session are: Roubik Golanian, John Takhtalian, Michael J. Garcia, Gillian van Muyden, Paula Adams, Aymee Martin, and Jason Bradford. The names of the employee organizations are: Glendale City Employees’ Association, Glendale Management Association, Glendale Police Officers’ Association, Glendale Fire Fighters Association and I.B.E.W., Local 18, Unit 40. Unrepresented Employees: Executives and Confidential Employees
Conference with Legal Counsel - Pending Litigation: In Re Aqueous Film-Forming Products Liability Litigation, U.S.D.C. (South Carolina) Case No. 2:18 MN 2873
Public Employment – Attorneys
Conference with Legal Counsel - Pending Litigation: Hadadian v. City of Glendale, L.A.S.C. Case No. BC 722321
Conference with Legal Counsel - Pending Litigation: Friends of Rockhaven v. City of Glendale et al., L.A.S.C. Case No. 23STCP01092
Conference with real property negotiators: Property location – Real property generally located at the terminus of New York Avenue near Park Vista Drive, commonly referred to as “Mountain Oaks.” Negotiating parties: F.E. & M. Inc. Employee’s Defined Contribution Plan Trust dated July 10, 1984. Agency negotiators attending the closed session are: Roubik Golanian, John Takhtalian, Michael J. Garcia, Gillian van Muyden, Bradley Calvert, Jason Bradford and Onnig Bulanikian. Instructions to the negotiator(s) will concern the price and terms for the acquisition of property
REGULAR BUSINESS AGENDA – 6:00 PM Roll Call
Flag Salute: Mayor Dan Brotman
Invocation: Suzie Abajian, City Clerk
Report of the City Clerk, re: Posting of Agenda. The Agenda for the August 22, 2023 Regular Meeting of the Glendale City Council was Posted on August 16, 2023 on the Bulletin Board Outside City Hall.
PRESENTATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS
Agenda Preview for the Meetings of Tuesday, August 29, 2023
Proclamation designating August 26, 2023 as Women’s Equality Day
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 Regular City Council meeting on August 15, 2023
Community Services and Parks, re: Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) program funds from the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture for the 2023 Summer Concerts in the Park
Motion accepting Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) program funds in the amount of $9,200 from the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture for the 2023 Summer Concerts in the Park; and authorizing the City Manager or a designee to execute all agreements, certifications, and documents necessary to accept and implement the funds
Resolution of Appropriation to appropriate $9,200 in CIAG program funds from the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture for the 2023 Summer Concerts in the Park
Glendale Water and Power, re: Professional Services Agreement with Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. (E3) to assist Glendale Water and Power (GWP) with the Development of a Plan to Increase Solar Penetration and Develop Additional Distributed Energy Resources (DER).
Motion authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. (E3) to assist GWP with the Development of a Plan to Increase Solar Penetration and Develop Additional Distributed Energy Resources (DER) in the not-to-exceed amount of $335,875
Community Development, re: Landlord/Tenant Ad-Hoc Committee Update on Work Plan
Motion to approve Landlord/Tenant Ad-Hoc Committee’s suggestions on the Rental Rights Program, with the intention of revisiting these suggestions in a redlined version of the ordinance at a subsequent council session
Motion to approve Rental Rights Marketing Strategy
Motion to provide direction on the desire to establish a Dispute Resolution/Mediation program
DISCUSSION OF COUNCILMEMBER FUTURE AGENDA REQUESTS
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.