I. 5:30 PM Call to Order Study Session & Closed Session
II. Roll Call
III. Public Comment
IV. Study Session
A. "Communities of Excellence 2026" from Adventist Health
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a. Communities of Excellence 2026 external partners presentation
V. Closed Session for Discussion on the Following
A. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54956.8
B. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1)
C. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 94956.9(d)(4)
D. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)
VI. 7:00 PM Call to Order Regular Session
VII. Roll Call
Roll Call
VIII. Invocation
IX. Flag Salute
X. Closed Session Action Report
XI. Recognitions/Proclamations
A. Recognition of Main Street Hanford Volunteers
XII. Staff Communications
XIII. Public Comment
XIV. Consent Calendar
A. Public Works: Purchase of 636 residential refuse containers from Toter Wastequip, LLC., in the amount of $32,652.00 (tax and freight included).
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a. Price Quote
b. Budget Page
B. Public Works: Purchase of one 2018 CAT 272D skid steer loader and attachments from Quinn Co., of Selma, Ca., in the amount of $65,073.73; authorize an additional appropriation of $5,073.73 from Fleet Replacement Reserve Funds; and declare one 2005 Bobcat A300 skid steer loader and attachments as surplus.
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a. QUINN_272D_SKID_STEER_QUOTE_128959-01
b. FY 18/19 Fixed Asset Budget Page
C. Utilities and Engineering: Continuance of Emergency Resolution for Treatment Project on Well No. 50
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D. Utilities and Engineering: Approve the dedication of an easement for fiber optic facility installation, access, and maintenance in favor of NCE General Contracting at the Kruger Street storm drainage basin, authorize the Mayor to sign the easement, and authorize the City Clerk to forward the easement to the Kings County Recorder for recording. (10th Avenue and Kruger Street)
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a. 2019.01.29 Champi Easement Agreement
b. Exhibit B - Easement Legal Description
E. Finance: Warrant Register
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a. WARRANT REGISTER-DIVISION ORDER 2-5-19
XV. Items pulled from consent
1. Public Works: Award a contract to Shaw Industries Inc., of Chatworth Georgia, for the Police Department Floor Tile Replacement Project, in the amount of $57,493.08.
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a. Shaw Industries Quote
b. Budget Page
2. Community Development: City Council acceptance of four parcels from Rhetorical Flourish, LLC to fulfill their inclusionary housing requirements in accordance with the Live Oak Master Plan and condition of approval for Map 876 and authorization for the City Manager to sign the acceptance form. (APN 011-490-001, 011-490-002, 011-490-003, 011-490-004).
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a. Attacvhment 1: Inclusionary Deed and Cert
XVI. Public Hearings
XVII. General Business
A. Community Development: Historic Resources Permit 2019-01, a request to amend Historic Resources Permit 2018-02 to change the facade on the upper portion of the building located at 106 W. 7th Street. APN 012-053-007
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a. Resolution 18-25-R
b. CC Resolution HR 2019-01
c. Exhibit A
B. Clerk: Appointment of a Parking & Traffic Commissioner
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C. Community Development: Update on status of the lease of the Hanford Carnegie Museum Inc. and report of the financials and activities of the museum for the FY 2017/18.
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D. Community Development: Update on status of the lease of Suite D at 200 Santa Fe Street to Wounded Soldiers & Families Relief Fund, Inc. dba Our Heroes Dreams and report of the financials and activities of the non profit for FY 2017/18.
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E. Community Development and Police Department: Discussion of impacts from changes to State of California Cannabis regulations and initiation of any changes to the City of Hanford Cannabis Ordinances.
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F. Utilities & Engineering: Introduce and pass to a second reading, an amendment to Ordinance Section 10.16.130(B) of the City of Hanford Municipal Code, to prohibit parking at 9 ¼ Avenue - the west side, from 375’ north of the centerline of Summer Field Drive to 70’ north, Florinda Street - the south side, from 75’ west of the centerline of Harris Street to 70’ west, Greenfield Avenue - the south side, from 235’ west of the centerline of Campus Drive to 70’ west.
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a. Photos
b. Ord 10.16.030(B)-KART Bus Stops Parking Prohibited
c. Parking and Traffic Commission - Meeting Minutes 9-27-18
d. Ord 10.16.030(B)-KART Bus Stops Parking Prohibited-WORD.doc
G. Utilities and Engineering: Approve the repair of the Well No. 44 casing to Valley Pump and Dairy Systems of Armona, CA for a not to exceed price of $162,965.75 and approve an additional appropriation of $162,965.75 from Water Capital Reserves. (Fargo Avenue and BNSF Railroad Tracks)
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a. Well No. 44 Quote
H. Utilities and Engineering: Approve the repair of the Well No. 45 casing to Valley Pump and Dairy Systems of Armona, CA for a not to exceed price of $216,637.19, approve the purchase of a pump shelter from RPS Industries of Tualatin, OR for a not to exceed price of $19,135.00, establish a construction contingency of $64,227.81, and approve an additional appropriation of $300,000 from Water Capital Reserves. (E. Lacey Blvd @ KC Bowl)
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a. Well No. 45 Repair Estimates
XVIII. Convene as Successor Agency
XIX. Public Comment - Successor Agency
XX. Successor Agency for the Discussion of the Following
A. Finance: Review and approval of the Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule (ROPS 19-20) for the period July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.
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a. Hanford ROPS
XXI. Adjourn as the Successor Agency
XXII. Council Reports/Comments
A. Council Comments
XXIII. Council Future Agenda Items
A. Council Items
XXIV. Return to Closed Session
XXV. Adjournment