MADRE CITY COUNCIL
Hall Council Chambers and Conference
W. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Doyle. Mayor Pro Tem
Shollenberger, City Clerk
Berkshire City Treasurer
TO ORDER/ROLL CALL
Councilmembers/ Board Members
OF ALLEGIANCE & INVOCATION
of Allegiance and Invocation by
Councilmember Bart Doyle
of minutes for the meeting of Sept. 23, 2002 and minutes for the Special
Meting of September 16, 2002.
vote of the Council to proceed with City
AND CITY COUNCIL REPORT
reports of individual Councilmember
activities relating to City business
occurring since the last City Council
||>Bob Kanyr presenting
to POlice department and Fire Department US flag flown in Afghanistan
>Hometown Hero Presentations - Larry Gonzales and
Resolution No. 02-03, a
Resolution of the City Council of the City of Sierra Madre approving payment of
Warrants #2861 - #2867; #2869 and #2982 -#3091 in the aggregate amount of
$561,280.05, Swim Team Warrants #1009 in the aggregate amount of $400.00,
Payroll Transfer in the aggregate amount of $396,263.71 and Electronic Transfer
in the aggregate amount of $373, 935.44 for the fiscal year ending June 30,
SMFA Resolution No.53, a
Resolution of the Financing Authority Board of the City of Sierra Madre
approving payment or Electronic Transfer in the amount of $655,209.24 for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 2003.
a. Consideration to award bid to
the Millennium System with Innovative Interfaces, Inc. in the amount not to
exceed $203,200 for the Library Automation System.
b. Consideration to approve two
new part- time/seasonal positions in the Recreation Department.
|3. DISCUSSION - SAN
GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT BOARD CANDIDATES
Candidates for the San Gabriel
Valley Municipal Water District Board, Bruce Crowe and Tome Love, will give a
|4. PUBLIC HEARING -
Consideration to approve the use of Citizen's
Option for Public Safety (COPS) funds for. $125.500 in accordance with AB3229.
|5. PUBLIC HEARING 1ST READING - UNIFORM
FIRE CODE ADOPTION
Consideration to adopt Ordinance No. 1196 amending
and adopting the 2000 Uniform Fire Code and Title 24, part 9 of the California
Code of Regu1ations also known as the 2001 California Fire Code.
|6. DISCUSSION - LITIGATION REGARDING 527 BROOKSIDE
Discussion regarding the adoption of Reso1ution No.
02-102, withdrawing resolution No- 02-013, granting Variance No.01-03 regarding
527 Brookside Lane.
|7. DISCUSSION METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Consideration to receive and file the proposed MTA Reorganization Plan.
a joint meeting of the Community
Redevelopment Agency, and Sierra Madre
OF THE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
AND FINANCING AUTHORITY
Approval of the minutes of the Community
Redevelopment Agency meeting of September 23,
CRA Resolution No. 415, a Resolution of the CRA
of the City of Sierra Madre approving payment of Warrant #1001 in the aggregate
amount of $327,779.83 and Electronic Transfer in the aggregate amount of
$261,273.80 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2001.
Authorization of payments on behalf of CRA for
is a time and place for persons in the
audience to make comments on items that
are not covered on this agenda. Members
of the audience will have the
opportunity to address the City Council
about items that are on this agenda at
the time those items are considered by
the Brown Act, Council is prohibited
from taking action on items not on the
agenda, but the matter may be referred
to staff or to a subsequent meeting.
Each speaker will be limited to five (5)
continuous minutes, which may not be delegated.
These rules will be enforced but may be
changed by appropriate City Council
appellant and/or applicant will each be
provided a total of ten ( 10) minutes to
address their item. A portion or their
allotted time may be reserved for
rebuttal or a summary conclusion at the
close of public comment. All other speakers
will be limited to a total of five (5)
continuous minutes, which cannot be
de1egated. These rules will be enforced
changed by appropriate City Council action.
of a staff recommendation on any agenda
item, the City Council will consider
such matters, including action to
approve, conditionally approve, reject
or continue such item. Further
information on each item may be procured
from the Office of the City Manager.
City Council/CRA will adjourn to regular
meeting at this same place on October
28, 2002 at 6:30 p.m. at this location.
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