Council Agenda: Busy week for council members
by TP staff
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This is the preliminary agenda for the regular meeting of the Tracy City Council at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 333 Civic Center Drive. The full agenda can be found at City Hall or online on the city website.

Discussion items

• Accept annual report of the Measure E Residents’ Oversight Committee

• Conduct a public hearing declaring the existence of weeds, rubbish, refuse and flammable material on each of the parcels listed in exhibit “A” to this agenda item a nuisance; consider objections to abatement of said nuisances, and adopt a resolution authorizing the fire department staff to order a contractor to abate said nuisances

• Public hearing to consider implementation of Phase II water restrictions

• Approve a professional services agreement with RJM Design Group Inc. for design and construction management services for the Joe Wilson Pool renovation project

• Accept a status report on the youth sports leagues’ Legacy Fields project, provide direction on possible city assistance to the leagues, and authorize termination of the lease with the Tracy Futbol Club

• Receive a report on a potential city-San Joaquin County partnership for the development of a south county regional park and provide staff direction on whether to proceed with negotiations

• Approve an employment agreement with Troy Brown as city manager

• Approve a facade improvement grant program

Consent calendar

• Authorize the appointment of four youth commissioners to the Youth Advisory Commission

• Approve an out-of-state travel request for interim City Manager Maria Hurtado to attend the International City/County Management Association annual conference on Sept. 14-17 in Charlotte, N.C.

• Accept the Valpico Road sidewalk improvement project completed by Dunton Construction of Anderson

• Approve a four-year general services agreement with Stockton Petroleum Co. Inc. for gasoline and diesel fuel supply services

• Find it is in the best interest of the city to forego the formal request-for-proposal process and authorize an amendment to increase the not-to-exceed contract amount by $100,000 for the professional services agreement with XL Landscape Development for temporary landscape maintenance of street medians, streetscapes, parks and channelways until a long-term contract is executed

• Approve the purchase of Geographic Information System software licenses through the Environmental Systems Research Institute Inc. small-government enterprise licensing agreement

• Authorize amendment of Section B, roles and responsibilities, of the Measure E Residents’ Oversight Committee bylaws to change the date of the annual written report presentation to the council from June to August

• Authorize amendment of the position control roster by approving the reclassification and reallocation of a recreation program coordinator II to the position of recreation services supervisor

• Authorize amendment of the city’s classification plan and position control roster by approving the new classification of division manager I/division manager II and the reallocation of two positions — the senior human resources analyst in the Administrative Services Department, Human Resources Division, and the recreation services program manager in the city manager’s office, Recreation and Cultural Arts Division — to division manager II, as well as the reclassification of incumbents

• As the governing body of the successor agency for the Community Development Agency of the City of Tracy, approve the recognized obligation payment schedule

• By resolution, transfer $500,000 from the Schulte Road property acquisition Capital Improvement Project to the Residential Specific Plan economic development fund, and adopt a resolution authorizing the city manager to sign task orders with consultants for work related to environmental or other entitlement work initiated by the city or related to city-owned property, in order to streamline processes and be prepared to respond quickly to job-generating economic development opportunities

• Approve permits for the consumption of alcoholic beverages on city streets for the Chamber of Commerce Taste of the Valley Art and Food Festival on Sept. 6 and 7

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