How They Voted in 2007

The information in this page is excerpted from Pages of Approved City Council Minutes previously posted and is still a “work in process”. Since I had to “edit out” a whole bunch of “fluff, stuff, discussions, and comments”, I may miss a thing or two.

Either way, if you want to read the “fluff, stuff, discussions, comments, and then some”, just click on the links provided.

Or, you can click on 2007 CC MINUTES to see what was presented, discussed, and/or voted on at each meeting. There are links on that summary page that will also take you to the appropriate City Council Meeting Minutes

Happy reading…

JANUARY 12, 2007

SPECIAL MEETING

ROLL CALL

Mayor Gurpal Samra

Mayor Pro-Tem William Ingram

Council Member Frank Vierra

Council Member Rodrigo Espinoza

Council Member Roy Soria

Also present was City Manager Warne and City Clerk Nateras.

PLANNING COMMISSIONER INTERVIEWS

The following candidates were interviewed for the vacancy on the Planning Commission:

Martin Silva, Jonathan Rodacy, David Talbott and Frank Correia.

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 6:47 p.m.

JANUARY 16, 2007

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS

2. Appointment of Planning Commissioner.

                            The Council continued this item to the next regular meeting.

3. Appointment of Citizens’ Advisory Committee Members.

Council Member Vierra explained that nine applications for membership were received. The Council subsequently made the following Committee appointments: Patricia Backers, Maria Berber, Kaye Greeley, Linda Wright, Ronald Krause, Jean Okuye, Kathy Hunter-Kirihara, Peggy Gibson and Denis Wells.

In an effort to have a full membership, Council Member Vierra made a motion to advertise the two remaining seats on the Committee for two additional weeks. The motion was seconded by Council Member Soria and carried 5-0

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Mayor Samra excused himself from the meeting at 7:55 p.m. due to illness and turned the meeting over to Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram.

5. Resolution Approving Site Plan/Design Review 2006-10, for a New Two-Story 5,175 Square Foot Retail/Office Building on Main Street and Determining a Parking In-Lieu Fee for This Project.

Council Member Espinoza amended his previous motion to charge a one time parking-in-lieu fee of $500 for this particular project. The motion died due to lack of a second.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram introduced a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2007-01, approving Site Plan/Design Review 2006-10 for a new two-story 5,175 square foot retail/office building on Main Street and use the previous parking in-lieu fee of $1,000 per space. The motion carried 3-1-1 as by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Ingram, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: Espinoza

ABSENT: Council Members: Samra

6. Resolution Approving Site Plan/Design Review 2006-11, for the Development of a Second Dwelling Unit of Over 600 Square Feet at 1420 Main Street.

Motion: M/S Vierra/Espinoza to adopt Resolution No. 2007-02, approving Site Plan/Design Review 2006-11 for the development of a second dwelling unit of over 600 square feet at 1420 Main Street. The motion carried 4-0-1 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: Samra

7. Resolution Approving Site Plan/Design Review 2006-13, for Two New Floor Plans in the Country Villas IV Subdivision.

Motion: M/S Vierra/Espinoza to adopt Resolution No. 2007-03, approving Site Plan/Design Review 2006-13 for two new floor plans in the Country Villas IV Subdivision. The motion carried 4-0-1 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: Samra

CONSENT CALENDAR

The Council considered the following items under the Consent Calendar

8. Resolution No. 2007-04, Proceedings Under the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972, Division 15, Part 2 of the California Streets and Highways Code, Et. Seq., for the Approval to Annex Territory into the City of Livingston Consolidated Landscape and Streetlight Maintenance Assessment District No. 1 as Annexation No. 14 (Gallo Commercial), Intention to Levy and Collect Assessments for Fiscal Year 2007-2008, Approval of the Engineer’s Report and Setting a Time and Place for a Public Hearing.

9. Resolution No. 205-05, Proceedings Under the Benefit Assessment Act of 1982, Government Code Section 54717, Et. Seq., for the Approval of the Formation of City of Livingston Benefit Assessment District No. 16 (Gallo Commercial), Intention to Levy and Collect Assessments for Fiscal Year 2007-2008, Approval of the Engineer’s Report and Setting a Time and Place for a Public Hearing.

10. Second Amended and Restated Solid Waste Joint Powers Agreement for the Merced County Regional Waste Management Authority.

11. Resolution No. 2007-06, Rejecting All Bids Received for the Construction of the Proposition 13 Water Line and Alleyway Paving Project and Authorize Staff to Rebid the Project.

12. Agreement Between the City of Livingston and HdL Coren & Cone for Property Tax Audit and Information Services.

13. Denial of Claim for Damages from Maria D. Maldonado.

14. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on December 14, 2006.

15. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on December 19, 2006.

16. Approval of Warrant Register Dated January 5, 2007.

Council Member Vierra made a motion to approve all items with the exception of Item No. 10, which he asked be pulled for discussion. The motion was seconded by Council Member Soria and carried 4-0-1.

Motion: M/S Soria/Espinoza to approve the Second Amended and Restated Solid Waste Joint Powers Agreement for the Merced County Regional Waste Management Authority.

The motion carried 4-0-1.

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

17. Authorize the City of Livingston to accept the $50,000 National Park Service Land and Water Conservation Grant and the City Manager to Sign all Applicable Contracts and Documents to Secure Funding and Construct Park Improvements at the Livingston Sports Complex.

City Manager Warne presented the agenda item.

Motion: M/S Vierra/Soria to authorize the City of Livingston to accept the $50,000 National Park Service Land and Water Conservation Grant and the City Manager to sign all applicable contracts and documents to secure funding and construct park improvements at the Livingston Sports Complex. The motion carried 4-0-1.

18. City Council Guidance on Solid Waste Collection Services.

The Council tabled this item to allow the City Attorney to meet with Gilton’s legal counsel regarding this issue.

ADJOURNMENT

By consensus, the meeting was adjourned at 9:15 p.m.

JANUARY 18, 2007

SPECIAL MEETING

PLANNING COMMISSIONER INTERVIEWS

Mayor Samra asked that the recorder be turned off at 5:31 p.m.

The Council divided ten prepared questions to ask the applicants.

The applicants interviewed were Kaye Greeley and Manoj Bains.

The Council will appoint a Planning Commissioner at their regular meeting of February 6, 2007.

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 6:01 p.m.

FEBRUARY 06, 2007

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

Warrant No. 61749 payable to Direct Towing was pulled from the Warrant Register and agendized as Item No. 13.

Item No. 4 pertaining to the acceptance of improvements for Strawberry Fields Subdivision was Tabled to the Regular Meeting of February 20, 2007.

Item No. 10 relative to a consultant agreement with Cruz Bustamante was postponed to a future meeting.

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS

1. Appointment of Planning Commissioner.

City Manager Warne named the following applicants: Martin Silva, Kaye Greeley, Jonathan Rodacy, Manoj Bains, David Talbott and Frank Correia.

Council Member Espinoza nominated Martin Silva.

Council Member Vierra nominated Manoj Bains.

Council Member Soria nominated Jonathan Rodacy.

Mayor Samra asked for a second on the nominations.

There was no second to the nomination of Manoj Bains.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram seconded the nomination of Martin Silva. The nomination carried 3-2-0 with Council Members Soria and Vierra voting no.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to approve the City Audit and Local Transportation Development Act Compliance Audit for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2006. The motion carried 5-0.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

3. Resolution to Amend the Community Development Fee Schedule by Adding Certain Deposits.

Motion: M/S Vierra/Soria to adopt Resolution No. 2007-07, amending the Community Development fee schedule by adding certain deposits. The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: None

CONSENT CALENDAR

The following consent agenda items were presented for the Council’s consideration:

5. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on January 12, 2007.

6. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on January 16, 2007.

7. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on January 18, 2007.

8. Approval of Warrant Register Dated January 29, 2007.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Espinoza to approve the consent calendar items as presented. The motion carried 5-0.

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

9. Staff Request for Council Direction Regarding Appointments to the Livingston Recreation Commission.

Motion: Ingram/Espinoza to combine the Recreation Commission and the Citizens’ Advisory Committee into one group because of a lack of a quorum at most Recreation Commission meetings and to enable the City to move forward with improvements to the sports complex. The motion carried 4-1-0 with Council Member Vierra voting no.

11. Discussion of Park Facility Rental Fees.

The Council continued this item to the February 20, 2007 regular meeting.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram requested that further discussion pertaining to land on the west side of the railroad tracks between Dwight and Sultana be placed on a future agenda.

13. Approval of Warrant No. 61749 to Direct Towing.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to approve Warrant No. 61749 to Direct Towing. The motion carried 4-0-1 with Council Member Espinoza abstaining.

ADJOURNMENT

The Council by consensus adjourned the meeting at 9:19 p.m.

FEBRUARY 20, 2007

ROLL CALL

Mayor Gurpal Samra

Mayor Pro-Tem William Ingram

Council Member Frank Vierra (excused absence)

Council Member Rodrigo Espinoza

Council Member Roy Soria

CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS

There was no reportable action; the Council gave direction to staff.

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

Mayor Pro Tem Ingram asked that Item #2, Appointments to Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC), be pulled. He noted there has been some concern expressed by citizens about combining Recreation and CAC. Council directed staff to proceed with recruitment of Recreation Commission members and that the two groups not be merged as previously instructed.

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS

2. Appointments to Citizens’ Advisory Committee.

This item was tabled until the next regular meeting.

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REPORTS

Supervisor John Pedrozo Announcements and Reports.

Mayor Samra asked that representative from PMC be present at the next meeting to provide a progress report on the General Plan Update

CONSENT CALENDAR

It was moved by Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram that the Minutes of February 6, 2007 be corrected under Awards and Presentations. The correction should read Council Member Espinoza (not Council Member Vierra) to approve the appointment of Martin Silva on the Planning Commission. The motion was seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram and carried 3-2-0 with Council Members Soria and Vierra voting no.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Espinoza to approve the Consent Calendar with the amendment to the Minutes of February 6, 2007. The motion carried 4-0-1.

4. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on February 6, 2007.

5. Approval of Warrant Register Dated February 12, 2007.

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

6. Discussion of Park Facility Rental Fees.

Motion: M/S Espinoza/Ingram to reduce the usage fees for Class 3 to $30 from $75.

The motion carried 4-0-1.

7. Staff Direction Regarding Ordinance Amendment to Permit Air Conditioning Units on Residential Roof Tops.

Staff commented there are concerns about the current policy calling for all new units to be placed on the ground.

Motion: M/S Espinoza/Soria to refer this matter to the Planning Commission, but to exclude existing housing with roof top units. The motion carried 4-0-1.

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 10:01 p.m

MARCH 06, 2007

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS

1. Presentation of Circulation Master Plan. 

2. Presentation of Urban Water Management Plan.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to adopt Resolution No. 2007-08 declaring the Council’s intent to adopt the 2005 Urban Water Master Plan and setting a public hearing for March 20, 2007. The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: None

3. Proceedings Under the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972, Division 15, Part 2, of the California Streets and Highways Code for the Approval to Annex Territory and Levy Assessments for the City of Livingston Consolidated Landscape and Streetlight Maintenance Assessment District No. 1, Annexation No. 14 (Gallo Commercial), Public Hearing Confirming Assessments for Fiscal Year 2007-2008.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to continue the public hearing to the City Council meeting of March 20, 2007. The motion carried 5-0.

4. Proceedings under the Benefit Assessment Act of 1982, Government Code Section 54717, ET. Seq., for the Approval to Levy Assessments for the City of Livingston Benefit Assessment District No. 16 (Gallo Commercial), Public Hearing Confirming Assessments for Fiscal Year 2007-2008.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to continue the public hearing to the Council’s regular meeting of March 20, 2007. The motion carried 5-0.

5. Resolution Approving Site Plan/Design Review 2007-01, for Four New Floor Plans in the Mansionettes at Davante Villas Subdivision.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Espinoza to adopt Resolution No. 2007-09, approving Site Plan/Design Review 2007-01, for Four New Floor Plans in the Mansionettes at Davante Villas Subdivision. The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: None

6. Introduce and Waive the First Reading of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending Livingston Municipal Code (LMC) Section 5-6-5 (D) 2 Nonconforming Structures.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Espinoza to introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 557, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston, Amending Livingston Municipal Code (LMC) Section 5-6-5 (D) 2 Nonconforming Structures. The motion carried 4-1-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria

NOES: Council Members: Vierra

ABSENT: Council Members: None

CONSENT CALENDAR

The following items were presented for Council consideration under the Consent Calendar:

7. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on February 14, 2007.

8. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on February 20, 2007.

9. Approval of Warrant Register Dated February 27, 2007.

10. Resolution of the City Council of the City of Livingston Authorizing the City Clerk to Consent and to Accept Deeds of Real Estate from Gurdev S. and Balvinder K. Chima for Purchase of Property at 641 Main Street.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram recommended that Warrant No. 62035 be pulled for discussion.

Motion: M/S Soria/Ingram to approve the Consent Calendar with the amendment to the Minutes of February 20, 2007, and the removal for discussion of Warrant No. 62035. The motion carried 5-0.

Motion: M/S Soria/Vierra to pay Warrant No. 62035. The motion carried 3-2-0, with Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram and Council Member Espinoza voting no.

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

11. Presentation of Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration for Livingston High School Master Plan.

Mr. Belluomini commented that he will present the Council’s comments and concerns to the school district.

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 10:28 p.m.

MARCH 20, 2007

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA.

Council Member Vierra asked that Item #10 on the Consent Agenda be pulled for discussion.

PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS

1. Appointment of Citizens’ Advisory Committee Members.

Motion: M/S Samra/Espinoza to appoint Manuel Mercado and Warren Urnberg.
The motion carried 5-0.

2. Appointment of Recreation Commission Members.

Motion: M/S Soria/Ingram to appoint Ricardo Soria, Jon Rodacy, Lupe Garcia, Rick Amerson and Rosa Gomez. The motion carried 5-0.

PUBLIC HEARINGS

3. Proceedings Under the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972, Division 15, Part 2, of the California Streets and Highways Code for the Approval to Annex Territory and Levy Assessments for the City of Livingston Consolidated Landscape and Streetlight Maintenance Assessment District No. 1, Annexation No. 14 (Gallo Commercial), Public Hearing Confirming Assessments for Fiscal Year 2007-2008.

Executive Assistant Barnes noted there were ten ballots received; the majority voted “no, the District fails to carry.”

4. Proceedings Under the Benefit Assessment Act of 1982, Government Code Section 54717, Et. Seq., for the Approval to Levy Assessments for the City of Livingston Benefit Assessment District No. 16 (Gallo Commercial), Public Hearing Confirming Assessments for Fiscal Year 2007-2008.

Mayor Samra asked Executive Assistant Barnes to open the ballots received and report on the results.

Executive Assistant Barnes commented that ten ballots were received; the majority voted “no, the District failed to carry.”

5. City of Livingston 2005 Urban Water Management Plan.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Espinoza to adopt Resolution 2007-11, approving the City of Livingston 2005 Urban Water Management Plan. The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members : None 

6. City of Livingston Circulation/Traffic Draft Master Plan.

Council Member Vierra discussed the concern of those homes that fall on the east side of Hammatt where the lane widening is proposed. He noted that there are solutions to achieve the lane widening with less impact on residents (i.e., purchase the homes as they go on the market and rent them out for affordable housing).

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram recommended the City look for grant monies for some of the current traffic issues to alleviate the truck traffic utilizing F Street to Dwight to Highway 140 and Washington out across the Merced River and maintain the greenbelt around the City.

Council Member Espinoza recommended taking Hunter Road out of the plan and making the Sultana Interchange eight lanes. 

The Council took no action on this item.

CONSENT CALENDAR
    Motion: M/S Espinoza/Ingram to approve the following consent calendar items:

7. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on March 6, 2007.

8. Approval of Warrant Register Dated March 13, 2007.

9. Approval of Merced County Association of Governments Work Program and Budget for Fiscal Year 2007-2008.

The motion carried 5-0.

10. Waive the Second Reading and Adopt Ordinance No. 557, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Amending Livingston Municipal Code (LMC) Section 5-6-5 (D) 2 Nonconforming Structures.

Motion: M/S Espinoza/Ingram to waive the second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 557, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston amending Livingston Municipal Code (LMC) Section 5-6-5 (D) 2 Nonconforming Structures. The motion carried 4-1-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria

NOES: Council Members: Vierra

ABSENT: Council Members : None

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS .

11. Authorize the Joint Purchase with the Livingston Union School District of a 36X60 Portable Building for the Expansion of the After-School Program and City Recreation Programs. 

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to authorize the joint purchase with the Livingston Union School District of a 36X40 portable building for the expansion of the After-School Program and City recreation programs. The motion carried 5-0.

12. Approval of Warrant No. 62898 – Gurpal Samra.

It was noted that the correct Warrant No. was 62198 .

Motion: M/S Soria/Espinoza to pay Warrant No. 62198 in the sum of $200.00.

The motion carried 4-0-1, with Mayor Samra abstaining.

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 11:19 p.m.

APRIL 03, 2007

PUBLIC HEARINGS

2. City of Livingston Draft Circulation/Traffic Master Plan.

Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram introduced a motion to direct Mr. Anderson to remove the Hunter Road overcrossing from the plan and move the overpass to Cressey Road. The motion died due to lack of a second.

Mayor Samra made a motion to adopt Resolution No. 2007-12 adopting the Draft Circulation Master Plan with the removal of the Hunter Road overpass. The motion was seconded by Mayor Pro-Tem Ingram and carried 4-1-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria

NOES: Council Members: Vierra

ABSENT: Council Members: None

3. Introduce and Waive the First Reading of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Approving Annexation and Prezone 2005-04 and Adopting by Resolution a Negative Declaration for the Blueberry Crossing Commercial Project.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance No. 558, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Approving Annexation and Prezoning 2005-04, and Adopting by Resolution No. 2007-13 the Initial Study and a Negative Declaration for the Blueberry Crossing Commercial Project. The motion carried 5-0 by the following vote:

AYES: Council Members: Espinoza, Ingram, Samra, Soria, Vierra

NOES: Council Members: None

ABSENT: Council Members: None

CONSENT CALENDAR

Council Member Espinoza asked that Item No. 10 be pulled for discussion.

Council Member Vierra asked that Item No. 8 be pulled for discussion.

Motion: M/S Espinoza/Soria to approve the following Consent Calendar items with the exception of Items 8 and 10. The motion carried 5-0.

4. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on March 20, 2007.

5. Approval of Warrant Register Dated March 27, 2007.

6. Resolution No. 2007-14 Initiating Proceedings Under the Landscape and Lighting Act of 1972, Division 15, Part 2 of the California Streets and Highways Code, et seq., Declaring the City’s Intention to Levy and Collect Assessments Within the City’s Landscape and Lighting Assessment District for Fiscal Year 2007-2008, Approval of the Annual Engineer’s Report, and Setting a Time and Place for a Public Hearing.

7. Resolution No. 2007-15 Initiating Proceedings Under the Benefit Assessment Act of 1982, Government Code Section 54717, et. seq., Declaring the City’s Intention to Levy and Collect Assessments Within the City’s Benefit Assessment Districts for Fiscal Year 2007-2008, Approval of the Annual Engineer’s Report, and Setting a Time and Place for a Public Hearing.

8. Resolution 2007-16 Approving Final Subdivision Map and Subdivision Improvement Agreement for Parkside at Livingston Unit No. 2, Authorizing the Mayor to Execute the Agreement and the City Manager to Execute and Record Quitclaim Deed for Strip of Land Adjacent to the Park Site, and Waive the Requirement for Dedication of Access Easement on the Adjacent Property to Lot “C” Shown on the Final Map for Parkside at Livingston Unit No. 1.

9. Resolution 2007-17 Authorizing the City Manager to Accept Dedication of Hammatt Avenue Right-of-Way on Behalf of the City Council and Record Grant Deed with the County Recorder’s Office for Liberty Square Residential Subdivision, Livingston Country Lane, L.P.

10. Declaration of Surplus Property Items – Public Works Department.

11. Denial of Claim from Arthur Demayo.

12. Denial of Claim from Elvira Marin.

Motion: M/S Espinoza/Soria to approve Items No. 8 and No. 10 as presented. The motion carried 5-0.

The Council subsequently directed the City Manager to amend the section of the Municipal Code dealing with surplus property so that all items will be taken and sold at auction.

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

13. Approval of Floor Plans and Elevations for Court Theater and Authorization to Prepare Architectural Drawings.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to approve floor plans and elevations for Plan No. 4. The motion carried 5-0.

14. Approval of Warrant No. 62251 to Direct Towing.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Soria to approve Warrant No. 62251 to Direct Towing. The motion carried 4-0-1, with Council Member Espinoza abstaining.

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 9:16 p.m.

APRIL 17, 2007

ROLL CALL

Mayor Gurpal Samra (Absent)

Mayor Pro-Tem William Ingram

Council Member Frank Vierra

Council Member Rodrigo Espinoza

Council Member Roy Soria

CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Council gave direction to staff that the Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Project be put out to bid.

CONSENT CALENDAR

Motion: M/S Vierra/Soria to approve the Consent Calendar with the exception of Warrant

No. 62392 which was pulled and amendments to the Minutes. The motion carried 4-0-1.

3. Approval of Minutes of City Council Meeting Held on April 3, 2007, as amended.

4. Approval of Warrant Register Dated April 10, 2007.

5. Waive the Second Reading and Adopt Ordinance No. 558, an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Livingston Approving Annexation and Prezone 2005-04 for the Blueberry Crossing Commercial Project (APN# 047-200-004/027/030).

6. Denial of Claim from Enrique & Sofia Sanchez.

7. Bid Award to Fill Retention Pond at Little Guys and Gals Park (Resolution 2007-18).

8. Lease Agreement for Store Front at 420 Main Street for Senior Citizens’ Center and Authorization to Move Senior Citizens’ Program to New Location.

Motion: Espinoza/Soria to approve Warrant No. 62392 for the purchase of polo shirts. The motion carried 3-1-1, with Council Member Vierra voting no.

DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS

9. Livingston Sports Complex Master Plan Approval.

Motion: M/S Ingram/Espinoza to approve the Livingston Sports Complex Master Plan. The motion carried 4-0-1.

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 9:33 p.m.

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