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    Budget Task Force. - (Discussion/Action)
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    World Day of Remembrance - (Discussion/Action)
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    South Central Specific Plan - Planning & Development Department
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    ATP and Vision Zero Update

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    Fresno Animal Center presents “Pet of the Month”
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    Actions pertaining to a State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Grant Agreement between the City of Fresno and Central California Land Trust: 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption pursuant to Section 15301/Class 1 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines; and 2. Approve a State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Grant Agreement in the amount of $800,000 with Central California Land Trust for the acquisition and rehabilitation of two single-family homes to be sold and preserved as affordable housing.
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    Actions pertaining to land use for Tiny Homes (Bid File 12303048): 1. Adopt a finding of an Affordable Housing Exemption in accordance with Section 15194 of the California Environmental Quality Act. 2. Approve an Agreement to provide up to 24 tiny homes to the Lowell Community Development Corporation to provide affordable housing to low income households at or below 60% of the area median income.
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    Actions pertaining to the Fresno Police Department’s technology contract with Axon Enterprises, Inc. 1. Award a sole source contract with Axon Enterprise, Inc., hereinafter referred to as “Axon” in an amount not to exceed $18,368,264.68 for five years ($1,247,549.76 year one, $1,871,789.27 year two, $3,702,094.40 year three, $5,659,592.77 year four and $5,887,238.48 year five) for the purchase, maintenance and upgrade of 800 body-worn cameras and TASERS, unlimited video and data storage through Evidence.com, a computer aided dispatch system (CAD system), a records management system (RMS system) and multiple software programs to increase efficiency, transparency and accountability within the department. 2. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt a Resolution authorizing the establishment of a contract for the purchase and service of body-worn cameras, TASERS, RMS and CAD systems, data storage and other related software with Axon Enterprises, Inc. without advertised competitive bidding (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the submission of applications for CalRecycle grant program funds, including up to $350,000 annually for Waste Tire Enforcement, up to $100,000 per two-year grant term for Waste Tire Cleanup, and up to $40,000 per two-year grant term for Waste Tire Amnesty, and acceptance of funding in amounts to be determined by CalRecycle, and authorizing the City Attorney and/or designee to sign all necessary implementing documents (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).
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    ***RESOLUTION - to amend Resolution 2016-41 to require an annual report be made due to Council no later than April 30th of each year. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    Approve the Third amendment to the service Agreement with Poverello House for professional triage center services at Naomi’s House and Clarion Pointe, and to increase funding by $525,405.56 in Homeless, Housing Assistance, and Prevention funds (HHAP) for total program award $3,125,195.25.
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    HEARING to consider of an appeal regarding the denial of Conditional Use Permit Application No. P22-03906, requesting authorization to establish a State of California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Type 21 (Off-Sale Beer, Wine, & Distilled Spirits) alcohol license for Circle “D” Food & Liquor store located at 2520 East Olive Avenue on the southeast corner of North Fresno Street and East Olive Avenue. (Council District 7) 1. DENY the Appellant’s appeal and UPHOLD the action of the Planning and Development Department Director to deny CUP Application No. P22-03906 requesting authorization to establish a State of California Alcoholic Beverage Control Type 21 (Off-Sale Beer, Wine, & Distilled Spirits) alcohol license for a Circle “D” Food & Liquor store.
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    HEARING to consider Conditional Use Permit Application No. P21-06064, (Council District 1) - Planning & Development. 1. DENY the appeal and UPHOLD the action of the Planning Commission to deny Conditional Use Permit Application No. P21-06064 requesting authorization to establish a State of California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Type 20 alcohol license (Off-Sale beer and wine) for a proposed Arco AM/PM combination automobile service station and convenience store.
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    Approve First Amendment to the $1.8 million HOME Investment Partnerships Program Agreement with Blythe Village LP to increase the HOME funding contribution by an additional $800,000, per funding Resolution No. 2024-085, for a total of $2.6 million in HOME Investment Partnership Program funding to the project. (District 1)
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    HEARING to consider Plan Amendment and Rezone Application No. P22-00388, Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 6360, Planned Development Application No. P22-00387, and Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) State Clearinghouse (SCH) No. 2022080152 for a proposed 326-lot single-family residential development on the northeast corner of North Armstrong Avenue and the East McKinley Avenue Alignment (Council District 7) - Planning and Development Department 1. CERTIFY Final EIR SCH No. 2022080152 for a proposed 326-lot single-family residential development, apply the Council's independent judgment and analysis to the review, and then adopt the resolution certifying the FEIR, as having been completed in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) on the proposed Final EIR and comments thereon; and, a. ADOPT Findings of Fact as required by Public Resources Code Section 21082(a) and CEQA Guidelines, Section 15091; and, b. APPROVE the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program as required by Public Resources Code Section 21081.6 and CEQA Guidelines Section 15092; and, c. ADOPT the Statement of Overriding Considerations as required by Public Resources Code, Section 21081(b) and CEQA Guidelines, Section 15093. 2. RESOLUTION - Approving Plan Amendment Application No. P22-00388 proposing to amend the Fresno General Plan and McLane Community Plan from the Low Density Residential (±28.6 acres) planned land use designation to the Medium Density Residential (±28.6 acres) planned land use designation. 3. BILL (for introduction and adoption) - Approving Rezone Application No. P22-00388 proposing to amend the Official Zone Map to reclassify the ±28.6 acre property from the RS-3 (Single Family Residential, Low Density) zone district to the RS-5 (Single Family Residential, Medium Density) zone district. 4. APPROVE Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 6360 which requests authorization to subdivide an approximately 28.6-acre property for purposes of creating a 326-lot single family residential subdivision on the northeast corner of North Armstrong Avenue and the East McKinley Avenue Alignment subject to the findings and compliance with the Conditions of Approval included within the Staff Report to the Planning Commission dated July 3, 2024. 5. APPROVE Planned Development Permit Application No. P22-00387 which requests authorization to establish a gated community with private streets and modified property development standards subject to compliance with the Conditions of Approval dated July 3, 2024.
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    HEARING to Consider an appeal regarding Development Permit Application No. P21-00989 and related Environmental Assessment for property located at 7056 North Prospect Avenue on the northeast corner of West Herndon and North Prospect Avenues (Council District 2) - Planning and Development Department. 1. ADOPT - Environmental Assessment No. P21-00989 dated February 9, 2024, a determination that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under a CEQA Guidelines Section 15332/Class 32 Categorical Exemption. 2. GRANT the appeal and UPHOLD the Planning and Development Director’s approval of Development Permit Application No. P21-00989 authorizing the construction of an 82-unit private gated multi-family development, subject to the following: a. Development shall take place in accordance with the Conditions of Approval for Development Permit Application No. P21-00989 dated May 15, 2024.
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    Approve a First Amendment to the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) agreement between the City of Fresno and Poverello House to extend the term of the agreement through November 30, 2024, and increase the funding by $20,707.57 for a total award of $222,069.57 for Street Outreach within the City of Fresno.
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    Actions pertaining to the acquisition of fee title interest of a parcel to benefit the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project: (Council Districts 1 and 7) 1. HEARING to consider a Resolution of Necessity for acquisition of fee title interest of Assessor’s Parcel Number 451-064-18, owned by Erik Samuel Honarchian, for the construction of the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project; 2. ***RESOLUTION - Determining that public interest and necessity require acquisition of fee interest of Assessor’s Parcel Number 451-064-18, owned by Erik Samuel Honarchian, for the construction of the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project and authorizing eminent domain proceedings for public use and purpose. (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    Actions pertaining to the acquisition of fee title interest of a parcel to benefit the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project: (Council Districts 1 and 7) 1. HEARING to consider a Resolution of Necessity for acquisition of fee title interest of Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 446-232-37S and 446-232-41, owned by Donald J. Dal Porto and Shirley M. Dal Porto, Trustees of the Donald and Shirley Dal Porto Trust dated August 23, 1983, as amended and restated October 14, 2005, for the construction of the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project; 2. ***RESOLUTION - Determining that public interest and necessity require acquisition of fee interest for rights of way for public street purposes of APNs 446-232-37S and 446-232-41, owned by Donald J. Dal Porto and Shirley M. Dal Porto, Trustees of the Donald and Shirley Dal Porto Trust dated August 23, 1983, as amended and restated October 14, 2005, for the construction of the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project and authorizing eminent domain proceedings for public use and purpose. (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes)(Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    HEARING to Consider an appeal regarding Cannabis Conditional Use Permit Application No. P23-03086 and related Environmental Assessment for property located at 4555 East Kings Canyon Road on the northeast corner of East Kings Canyon Road and South Jackson Avenue (Council District 5) - Planning and Development Department 1. ADOPT - Environmental Assessment No. P23-03086 dated November 9, 2023, a determination that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines through a Section 15301/Class 1 Categorical Exemption. 2. DENY the appeal and UPHOLD the action of the Planning and Development Department Director in the approval of Cannabis Conditional Use Permit Application No. P23-03086 authorizing the establishment of a cannabis retail business in an approximately 2,100 square foot existing commercial building, subject to the following: a. Development shall take place in accordance with the Conditions of Approval for Cannabis Conditional Use Permit Application No. P23-03086 dated January 9, 2024.
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    Actions pertaining to the acquisition of fee interest of a parcel to benefit the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project: (Council Districts 1 and 7) 1. HEARING to consider a Resolution of Necessity for acquisition of fee title interest of Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 451-141-05 and 451-141-16, owned by Tehal Singh Thind and Daljit Kaur, for the construction of the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project; 2. ***RESOLUTION - Determining that public interest and necessity require acquisition of fee interest for rights of way for public street purposes of APNs 451-141-05 and 451-141-16, owned by Tehal Singh Thind and Daljit Kaur, for the construction of the Blackstone McKinley BNSF Grade Separation Project and authorizing eminent domain proceedings for public use and purpose. (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    Authorize a one-year FAX revenue agreement, with two optional one-year extensions between the City of Fresno (City) and California State University, Fresno (CSUF), to provide transit services for CSUF students, faculty, and staff on Fresno Area Express (FAX) fixed-route buses for a total compensation not to exceed $125,000 annually.
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    RESOLUTION - Approving the summary vacation of a portion of Arthur Avenue between West Herndon Avenue and West Spruce Avenue. (Council District 2)
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    Actions pertaining to two City owned parcels located at 4561 North Wishon Avenue, Fresno, California (Assessor Parcel Numbers 426-071-23T and 426-071-24): (City of Fresno Sphere of Influence and County of Fresno) 1. Adopt a finding that the proposed transfer of a vacant parcel with an abandoned and sealed water pump station is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to the common sense exemption in that it can be seen with certainty that there is no possibility the proposed changes will have a significant effect on the environment pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines; 2. ***RESOLUTION - Declaring Assessor Parcel Numbers 426-071-23T and 426-071-24 located at 4561 North Wishon Avenue, Fresno, California to be exempt surplus land (Subject to Mayor’s Veto); 3. Approve the execution of the Agreement for Purchase and Sale of Real Property and Escrow Instructions and authorize the City Manager, or designee, to execute the Purchase and Sale Agreement, associated Grant Deeds, and all documents relevant to the sale with Gary D. Catron and Leslie D. Catron, Trustees of the Catron Family Trust uta dated April 12, 2022, for the transfer of the Subject Property.
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    RESOLUTION - Authorizing the Submission of a Grant Application to the Fresno Council of Governments 2024/25 Measure C New Technology Reserve Grant Program for Advanced Transit and Transportation Projects Totaling up to $3 Million in Requests for Funding; and Authorizing the Execution of a Grant Application and Grant Agreement documents by the Public Works Director or Designee. (District 6)
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    Actions pertaining to the Manchester Skate Park Project: (Council District 7) 1. Affirm the City Manager’s finding that Provost & Pritchard Engineering Group Inc., dba Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group, is uniquely qualified; 2. Approve the professional engineering and architectural services agreement with Provost & Pritchard Engineering Group Inc., dba Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group, of Fresno, California in the amount of $95,500, and a $10,000 contingency, for the design and construction support services for the Manchester Skate Park Project.
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    Actions pertaining to the Veterans Boulevard Interchange Weekly Landscape Maintenance Services Project. (Council District 2): 1. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 4th Amendment to the Annual Appropriations Resolution (AAR) No. 2024-122 appropriating $324,900 for the Veterans Boulevard Interchange Weekly Landscape Maintenance Services; (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 2. Award a Requirements Contract in the amount of $264,109.39 with a $26,410.94 contingency to Elite Maintenance & Tree Service, Inc. of Clovis, California, as the best value for Weekly Landscape Maintenance Services in the Veterans Interchange Project Area. (Request for Proposal No. 12401839)
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    Actions pertaining to UPholdings affordable housing development located at 3787 N. Blackstone, Fresno, California (District 4): 1. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt a Resolution authorizing acceptance of funding from the California Department of Housing and Community Development Round 7 Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program Award in the amount of $15,581,049.00 for Transportation Related Amenities and Sustainable Transportation Improvements associated with the Dakota affordable housing project and authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to enter into and execute a standard agreement to secure the AHSC program funds and participate in the AHSC Program (Subject to Mayor’s veto).
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    Actions pertaining to the disposition of a City owned, undeveloped parcel situated at the northeast corner of South Hughes Avenue and West Dan Ronquillo Drive (Council District 3): 1. Adopt a Categorical Exemption per Environmental Assessment Number P21-06225, pursuant to Section 15332/Class 32 of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines; 2. Adopt the attached Resolution of Intention Number 1153-D to vacate a portion of public street right of way at the northeast corner of South Hughes Avenue and West Dan Ronquillo Drive; 3. ***RESOLUTION - Declaring a portion of a public street right of way located at the northeast corner of South Hughes Avenue and West Dan Ronquillo Drive to be exempt surplus land (Subject to Mayor’s Veto); 4. ***RESOLUTION - Finding Good Cause and Clear and Convincing Benefit to the public pursuant to Fresno Municipal Code section 4-204, relating to the disposition of real surplus property located at the northeast corner of South Hughes Avenue and West Dan Ronquillo Drive; (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s veto); 5. Approve the execution of the Agreement for Purchase and Sale of Real Property and Escrow Instructions to sell a 0.15-acre (6,642 square feet) City owned, undeveloped parcel of land, identified as a portion of Assessor’s Parcel Number 458-090-83, located at the northeast corner of South Hughes Avenue and West Dan Ronquillo Drive in the amount of $18,911.00 to GS Central Valley Investments, LLC a California limited liability company, and authorize the City Manager or designee to execute the Purchase and Sale Agreement and associated Grant Deed for the transfer of the subject property.
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    RESOLUTION - Of the Council of the City of Fresno, California, Making Certifications and Claims Concerning Measure C Extension Local Transportation Purposes Pass-Through Projects And Program Funds Annual Allocation For Fiscal Year 2024-2025 And Requesting Allocation Of Available Funds
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    Actions pertaining to a Permanent Local Housing Allocation Agreement between the City of Fresno and Karahunj, LLC for the construction of a multi-family senior affordable rental housing project location at 1514 East Bullard Avenue, Fresno (District 6): 1. Adopt a Categorical Exemption per staff determination pursuant to Section 15332/Class 32 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines 2. Approve a Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) Agreement with Karahunj, LLC, in the amount of $1,000,000 for the construction of the Solterra Senior Living Affordable Rental Housing Development Phase I, located at 1514 East Bullard Avenue, Fresno, California 93710
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    Actions pertaining to the 2023 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program: 1. Authorize the Chief of Police to accept $416,847 in total grant funding for the 2023 JAG Program from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance for the City and County of Fresno 2. Authorize the Chief of Police to execute all related documents for the acceptance, modification, extension and administration of 2023 JAG Program 3. Authorize the Chief of Police to execute an agreement between the City of Fresno and the County of Fresno regarding the 2023 JAG Program 4. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt the 3rd Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution (AAR) No. 2024-122 appropriating $338,500 for the Police Department’s Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance (JAG) Grant Program (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s veto)
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    Actions pertaining to professional water lobbying, consulting, and regulatory services: 1. Approve the First Amendment to the Consultant Services Agreement with The Gualco Group Inc., for a period of one year in the amount not to exceed $60,000 annually, plus reimbursable costs incurred under the agreement not to exceed $2,500 per year; and 2. Authorize the City Manager, or designee, the authority to execute the First Amendment and grant the optional one-year extension
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    Actions pertaining to a State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Grant Agreement between the City of Fresno and Central California Land Trust: 1. Adopt Environment Assessment No. P24-945, dated July 25, 2024, a determination that the proposed project qualifies for categorical exemption as set forth in the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15301/Class 1 and Section 15302/Class 2. 2. Approve an agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) in the amount of $194,704.11 for construction services to implement an electrical service extension to the Department of Transportation/Fresno Area Express (FAX) bus facility located at 2223 G Street and authorize the Director of Transportation or designee to execute all required documents. 3. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt a resolution authorizing an exception to the formal bidding procedures and award a Sole Source Agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) for the extension of electrical service to the FAX facility within the Municipal Service Center (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).
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    ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the City Manager or designee to apply for a grant of up to $500,000 from the California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) to provide programming at Camp Fresno for underserved youth and Authorizing the City Manager or designee to sign all related documents on behalf of the City. (Citywide) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    Approve the reappointment of Julie Federico to the Historic Preservation Commission to a term ending June 30, 2028.
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    HEARING to adopt resolutions and ordinance amending Annexation Number 37 of the City of Fresno Community Facilities District Number 11, Final Tract Map Number 6410, to change the types of Services, the rate and method of apportionment of the special tax, and the Maximum Special Tax to be levied (Located on the northeast corner of East Church Avenue and South Peach Avenue): (Council District 5) 1. ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the Amendment of Annexation No. 37 of Community Facilities District No. 11 and the Levy of a New Maximum Special Tax; (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 2. ***RESOLUTION - Calling Special Mailed-Ballot Election; (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 3. ***RESOLUTION - Declaring Election Results; (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 4. ***BILL - (For introduction and adoption) - Amending Ordinance No. 2011-11 and Levying a Changed Maximum Special Tax for the Property Tax Year 2024-2025 and Future Tax Years Within and Relating to Community Facilities District No. 11, Annexation No. 37, Final Tract Map No. 6410. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    Approve the purchase of laptops, desktops, tablets, servers and storage including related peripherals and services from Dell Technologies (Dell) in an amount not to exceed $4,000,000, utilizing Minnesota NASPO ValuePoint Master Agreement Number 23026, California Participating Addendum Number 7-23-70-55-01.
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    Actions pertaining to the Advanced Metering Infrastructure System (Citywide): 1. Affirm the City Manager’s finding that Badger Meter, Inc., is uniquely qualified to perform services related to the City of Fresno’s Advanced Metering Infrastructure system, in accordance with Administrative Order 6-19; 2. Approve a Software Purchase and Services Agreement with Badger Meter, Inc., for a term of five years and a not-to-exceed amount of $4,731,378.75.
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    Approve the award of a cooperative purchase agreement to Golden State Fire Apparatus, Inc. of Sacramento, California, a Pierce Manufacturing distributor, for the purchase of two Pierce heavy fire apparatuses in the amount of $2,911,410 for the Fresno Fire Department
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    Actions pertaining to the acquisition of fee interest of a parcel to benefit the expansion of Radio Park: (Council District 7) 1. Adopt findings of a Mitigated Negative Declaration pursuant to Sections § 15070, 15075, 15150, and 15152 of the California Quality Act Guidelines, for Assessor’s Parcel Number 446-020-10; 2. HEARING to consider a Resolution of Necessity for acquisition of fee title interest of Assessor’s Parcel Number 446-020-10, owned by Mohamed Nasser Salem, for the Radio Park Expansion Project; 3. ***RESOLUTION - Determining that public interest and necessity require acquisition of fee interest of Assessor’s Parcel Number 446-020-10, owned by Mohamed Nasser Salem, for the Radio Park Expansion Project and authorizing eminent domain proceedings for public use and purpose. (Requires 5 affirmative votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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    Award a requirements contract for Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) Fuel Station Maintenance to Chart International Inc of New Prague, Minnesota with offices in Rancho Dominguez and Valencia, California for two years, with four optional one-year extensions for $27,380 per year and a not-to-exceed contingency of $10,000 per year, plus annual CPI adjustments (Bid File 12401803)
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    Approve a change order to the Master Service Agreement with Innovative Computing Systems, Inc., for $26,000, for document management software
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    Actions pertaining to environmental engineering services at Maxie L. Parks Community Center: 1. Approve a Second Amendment for Consultant Services with Kleinfelder, Inc. for Environmental Engineering Services in the amount not to exceed of $85,200 to provide additional services for Maxie L. Parks site located at 2165 South Elm Street, Fresno, CA 93706. 2. Authorize City Manager or designee to execute the agreement on behalf of the City of Fresno.
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    Appearance by Fernando Elizondo to discuss the use of recycled water at Roeding Park. (District 1 Resident)
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    Appearance by Carol Goiburn to discuss the right to live in a peaceful world. (District 4 Resident)
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) City of Fresno v. County of Fresno; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 24CECG01199
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) GPP II, LLC v. Central Valley Community Sports Foundation; City of Fresno; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 24CECG02635
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: Johnny Barbosa, et al. v. City of Fresno, et al.; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 23CECG03438
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: Ella Burton v. City of Fresno, et al.; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 22CECG00712
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - PUBLIC SECURITY - Government Code Section 54957(a): Discuss security of City Hall.
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    Authorize the Director of Public Utilities, or designee, to accept $1,415,099 from the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery - SB1383 Local Assistance Grant Program, awarded to the Department of Public Utilities’ Solid Waste Management Division (Citywide).
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    CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6 City Negotiators: Jennifer Misner; Sumeet Malhi Employee Organization(s): 1. International Union of Operating Engineers, Stationary Engineers, Local 39 (Local 39); 2. Fresno City Employees Association (FCEA); 3. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Basic), Unit 4; 4. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 5 (Fire Basic); 5. Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1027 (ATU); 6. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 100 (IBEW); 7. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Management) Unit 9; 8. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 10 (Fire Management); 9. City of Fresno Professional Employees Association (CFPEA); 10. City of Fresno Management Employees Association (CFMEA); 11. Fresno Airports Public Safety Officers Association (FAPSOA)
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    WORKSHOP - City of Fresno Retirement Systems
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    Actions pertaining to the expansion of the Litigation Unit in the City Attorney’s Office: ***RESOLUTION - Adopt the First Amendment to the Position Authorization Resolution (“PAR”) No. 2024-121, adding one full-time Senior Deputy City Attorney, one full-time Deputy City Attorney, two full-time City Attorney Investigators, one full-time Paralegal, and one full-time Legal Secretary positions in the City Attorney’s Office.
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2) Potential Case Name: City of Fresno Fire & Police Retirement System, et al. v. City of Fresno

Planning Commission

Regular Meeting

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    Consideration of Conditional Use Permit Application No. P23-03676 and related Environmental Assessment No. P23-03676 pertaining to approximately 0.75 acres of property at 1261 North Ninth Street, located on the west side of North Ninth Street, between East Olive Avenue and East Floradora Avenue. 1. ADOPT Environmental Assessment No. P23-03676 dated June 10, 2024, a determination that the proposed project is Categorically Exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15332/Class 32 (Infill Development) of CEQA Guidelines. 2. APPROVE Conditional Use Permit Application No. P23-03676 which requests authorization to construct a new eight-unit apartment building on a site with an existing single-family residence, subject to compliance with the Conditions of Approval dated July 17, 2024.

    On motion of Commissioner Bray, seconded by Commissioner Calandra, that the above Action Item be APPROVED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    CONTINUED FROM JULY 3, 2024 Consideration of an appeal regarding Tentative Parcel Map No. 2023-13 and related Environmental Assessment No. TPM 2023-13 for approximately 2.91 acres of property located on the northeast corner of North West and West Olive Avenues (Council District 3) - Planning and Development Department. 1. APPROVE Environmental Assessment No. TPM-2023-13 dated February 6, 2024, a determination that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines through a Section 15315/Class 15 Categorical Exemption. 2. DENY the appeal and UPHOLD the action of the Planning and Development Department Director in the approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 2023-13 authorizing the subdivision of approximately 2.67 acres of property into a two-lot subdivision, subject to the following: a. Development shall take place in accordance with the Conditions of Approval for Tentative Parcel Map No. 2023-13 dated July 3, 2024.

    On motion of Chairperson Vang, seconded by Commissioner Diaz, that the above Action Item be APPROVED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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  3. Agenda Ready
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    Hearing to consider Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 6192; Planned Development Permit Application No. P23-03377; and related Environmental Assessment No. T-6192/P23-03377 for approximately 15.82 acres of property located on the northeast corner of North Blythe and West Dayton Avenues (Council District 1) - Planning & Development Department. 1. ADOPTION of the Mitigated Negative Declaration prepared for Environmental Assessment No. T-6192/P23-03377 dated June 27, 2024, for the proposed project pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines. 2. APPROVAL of Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 6192 proposing to subdivide approximately 15.82 acres of the subject property into a 128-lot single-family residential development, subject to compliance with the Conditions of Approval dated July 17, 2024. 3. APPROVAL of Planned Development Permit Application No. P23-03377 proposing to modify the RS-5 (Single-Family Residential, Medium Density) zone district development standards to allow for an increase in maximum lot coverage, and a reduction in the minimum lot size, front yard, rear yard, street side and garage from primary facade setbacks subject to compliance with the Conditions of Approval dated July 17, 2024.

    On motion of Commissioner Calandra, seconded by Commissioner Diaz, that the above Action Item be APPROVED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    Workshop on Updated Housing Law
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    CONTINUED FROM JULY 3, 2024 Consideration of an appeal regarding Tentative Parcel Map No. 2023-13 and related Environmental Assessment No. TPM 2023-13 for approximately 2.91 acres of property located on the northeast corner of North West and West Olive Avenues (Council District 3) - Planning and Development Department. 1. APPROVE Environmental Assessment No. TPM-2023-13 dated February 6, 2024, a determination that the proposed project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines through a Section 15315/Class 15 Categorical Exemption. 2. DENY the appeal and UPHOLD the action of the Planning and Development Department Director in the approval of Tentative Parcel Map No. 2023-13 authorizing the subdivision of approximately 2.67 acres of property into a two-lot subdivision, subject to the following: a. Development shall take place in accordance with the Conditions of Approval for Tentative Parcel Map No. 2023-13 dated July 3, 2024.

    On motion of Chairperson Vang, seconded by Commissioner Calandra, that the above Action Item be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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Historic Preservation Commission

Regular Meeting - Cancelled (All Items Continued To 8/26/24)

    Parks, Recreation, And Arts Commission

    Regular Meeting

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      Approval of the regular meeting minutes of May 20, 2024, the special meeting minutes of May 29, 2024, the regular meeting minutes of June 17, 2024, and the special meeting minutes of July 1, 2024.

      On motion of Commissioner Soto, seconded by Commissioner Miller, the Minute were APPROVED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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      Hearing - Receive public input on allocations related to Measure P, updates to the Parks Master Plan and Cultural Arts Plan, and annual PARCS Department Budget and Capital Improvement Plans.
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      Election of Chair and Vice Chair to the Parks, Recreation, and Arts Commission for Fiscal Year 2025.

      On motion of Chair McCoy, seconded by Commissioner Caglia, that the above Action Item be TABLED to August 19, 2024. The motion carried by the following vote:

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      Hearing - Reconsideration of the PRAC Cultural Arts Subcommittee list of recommended grantees, award amounts, project titles and a brief summary of the project location, scope, schedule and anticipated impact to PRAC and acceptance of the recommended grantees.

      APPROVED

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      Workshop - Review of the Parks Master Plan Technical Amendment Public Review Draft Comment Period Process and Schedule. (PARCS)

      PRESENTED

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    Women's Commission

    Special Meeting - Cancelled

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      Scholarship Subcommittee Update
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      Feminine Hygiene Subcommittee Update
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      Recommendation of an additional 5 Scholarship Award Recipients and direction to award recipients
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      Recommendation of an Feminine Hygiene Program Recipients

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      South Central Specific Plan - Planning & Development Department
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      Resolution

      Actions pertaining to the expansion of the Litigation Unit in the City Attorney’s Office: ***RESOLUTION - Adopt the First Amendment to the Position Authorization Resolution (“PAR”) No. 2024-121, adding one full-time Senior Deputy City Attorney, one full-time Deputy City Attorney, two full-time City Attorney Investigators, one full-time Paralegal, and one full-time Legal Secretary positions in the City Attorney’s Office.

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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2) Potential Case Name: City of Fresno Fire & Police Retirement System, et al. v. City of Fresno
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      CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6 City Negotiators: Jennifer Misner; Sumeet Malhi Employee Organization(s): 1. International Union of Operating Engineers, Stationary Engineers, Local 39 (Local 39); 2. Fresno City Employees Association (FCEA); 3. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Basic), Unit 4; 4. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 5 (Fire Basic); 5. Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1027 (ATU); 6. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 100 (IBEW); 7. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Management) Unit 9; 8. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 10 (Fire Management); 9. City of Fresno Professional Employees Association (CFPEA); 10. City of Fresno Management Employees Association (CFMEA); 11. Fresno Airports Public Safety Officers Association (FAPSOA)
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - PUBLIC SECURITY - Government Code Section 54957(a): Discuss security of City Hall.
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      WORKSHOP - City of Fresno Retirement Systems
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: Ella Burton v. City of Fresno, et al.; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 22CECG00712
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: Johnny Barbosa, et al. v. City of Fresno, et al.; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 23CECG03438
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) GPP II, LLC v. Central Valley Community Sports Foundation; City of Fresno; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 24CECG02635
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) City of Fresno v. County of Fresno; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 24CECG01199
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      World Day of Remembrance - (Discussion/Action)
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2) Significant Exposure to Litigation: United Financial Casualty Company a/s/o Saljinder Kaur v. City of Fresno, Risk File No. RM2023044361 (Police Department)
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Margarita Cingoz v. City of Fresno, et al.; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 23CECG04597
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Joanna Condie, et al. v. City of Fresno; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 23CECG00413
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      CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6 City Negotiators: Jennifer Misner; Sumeet Malhi Employee Organization(s): 1. International Union of Operating Engineers, Stationary Engineers, Local 39 (Local 39); 2. Fresno City Employees Association (FCEA); 3. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Basic), Unit 4; 4. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 5 (Fire Basic); 5. Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1027 (ATU); 6. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 100 (IBEW); 7. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Management) Unit 9; 8. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 10 (Fire Management); 9. City of Fresno Professional Employees Association (CFPEA); 10. City of Fresno Management Employees Association (CFMEA); 11. Fresno Airports Public Safety Officers Association (FAPSOA)
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      CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6 City Negotiators: Jennifer Misner; Sumeet Malhi Employee Organization(s): 1. International Union of Operating Engineers, Stationary Engineers, Local 39 (Local 39); 2. Fresno City Employees Association (FCEA); 3. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Basic), Unit 4; 4. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 5 (Fire Basic); 5. Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1027 (ATU); 6. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 100 (IBEW); 7. Fresno Police Officers Association (FPOA Management) Unit 9; 8. International Association of Firefighters, Local 202, Unit 10 (Fire Management); 9. City of Fresno Professional Employees Association (CFPEA); 10. City of Fresno Management Employees Association (CFMEA); 11. Fresno Airports Public Safety Officers Association (FAPSOA)