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Active Transportation Advisory Committee

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    Bike Month Task Force. - (Discussion/Action)
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    2025 Event Task Force. - (Discussion/Action)
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    Member Onboarding / Welcome Packet. - S. Zweifler - (Discussion/Action)
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    ATP and Vision Zero Update. - (Discussion)
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    Form 700. - (Discussion)

Tower District Specific Plan Implementation Committee

Regular Meeting

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    Policy Recap Discussion

Disability Advisory Commission - Transportation

Regular Meeting

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    Right-of-Way Transition Update - ADA Coordinator, Joe Hinojosa

Parks, Recreation, And Arts Commission

Regular Meeting

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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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    Hearing to establish the San Joaquin River Conservancy Parkway Committee, a subcommittee of the Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission, and define committee roles, responsibilities, and membership (Chairperson McCoy).

Planning Commission

Regular Meeting

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    Hearing to consider Text Amendment Application No. P23-03987 and related Environmental Finding: 1. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of the Finding of No Possibility of Significant Adverse Effect as prepared for Environmental Assessment No. P23-03987 dated December 27, 2023. 2. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Text Amendment Application No. P23-03987 amending Section 4304 of Chapter 15 of the Fresno Municipal Code relating to the language of the required findings for subdivision map revisions.

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

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    Hearing to Consider Plan Amendment-Rezone Application No. P19-05889, Development Permit Application No. P20-01559, and related Environmental Assessment No. P19-05889/P20-01559 pertaining to approximately 4.83 acres of property located on the northwest corner of East Tulare Street and North Helm Avenue (Council District 7) - Planning & Development Department. 1. RECOMMEND ADOPTION (to the City Council) of the Mitigated Negative Declaration as prepared for Environmental Assessment No. P20-01559/P19-05889, dated February 5, 2024, for the proposed project pursuant to the State of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); and, 2. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Plan Amendment Application No. P19-05889, requesting authorization to amend the Fresno General Plan and Roosevelt Community Plan to change the planned land use designation for the subject property from Medium Low Density Residential to Urban Neighborhood; and 3. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Rezone Application No. P19-05889, requesting authorization to amend the Official Zoning Map of the City of Fresno to rezone the subject property from the RS-4 (Residential Single-Family, Medium Low Density) zone district to RM-2 (Residential Multi-Family, Urban Neighborhood) zone district in accordance with the Plan Amendment Application; and 4. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Development Permit Application No. P20-01559, requesting authorization to construct a multi-unit housing development comprised of 112 affordable dwelling units for seniors.

    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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    Consideration of Rezone Application No. P23-03475, Development Permit Application No. P23-00186, and related Environmental Assessment No. P23-03475/P23-00186, pertaining to approximately 1.96 acres of property located on the north side of East Gettysburg Avenue between North First and North Second Streets (Council District 4) - Planning and Development Department. 1. RECOMMEND ADOPTION (to the City Council) of Environmental Assessment No. P23-03475/P23-00186, dated January 26, 2024, a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the proposed project pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines; and, 2. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Rezone Application No. P23-03475, requesting authorization to rezone the subject property from the O/CZ (Office/conditions of zoning) zone district to the O (Office) zone district in order to remove conditions of zoning tied to the approximately 1.96 acres of property located at 3147 East Gettysburg Avenue; and 3. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Development Permit Application No. P23-00186, requesting authorization to construct an approximately 11,360 square foot medical office (clinic) building and one pad for a future 5,010 square foot future medical office (clinic) building on the subject property, subject to compliance with the Conditions of Approval dated February 21, 2024.

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

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    HEARING to Consider Plan Amendment and Rezone Application No. P21-01960, Conditional Use Permit Application No. P21-01959, Conditional Use Permit Application No. P21-03251, Planned Development Permit Application No. P21-03252 and related Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR), State Clearinghouse (SCH) No. 2021100443 pertaining to ±22.4 acres of property located on the northeast corner of West Herndon Avenue and North Riverside Drive (Council District 2) - Planning & Development Department. 1. RECOMMEND CERTIFICATION (to the City Council) of Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH No. 2021100443), for the proposed Costco Commercial Center Project; a. Recommend adoption of the Findings of Fact and Statement of Overriding Considerations pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15091; and, b. Recommend adoption of the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15097; and, 2. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Plan Amendment Application No. P21-01960, requesting authorization to amend the Fresno General Plan and Bullard Community Plan to change the planned land use designation for the subject property from Community Commercial to General Commercial, and reclassify West Herndon Avenue, from North Riverside to North Hayes Avenue, from an Expressway to a Super Arterial; and, 3. RECOMMEND BILL (to the City Council for introduction and adoption) to approve Rezone Application No. P21-01960, requesting authorization to amend the Official Zoning Map of the City of Fresno to rezone the subject property from the CC/EA/UGM/cz (Community Commercial/Expressway Overlay/Urban Growth Management) zone district to the CG/UGM/cz (Commercial General/Urban Growth Management/conditions of zoning) zone district in accordance with the Plan Amendment Application; and 4. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Conditional Use Permit Application No. P21-01959, requesting authorization to construct a ±219,216 square-foot Costco warehouse retail building, with a ±4,800 square-foot carwash and a ±13,000 square-foot fuel canopy with 32 fuel pumps, subject to compliance with Draft Conditions of Approval dated February 21, 2024. 5. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Conditional Use Permit Application No. P21-03251, requesting authorization to establish a State of California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Type 21 alcohol license that will allow the sale of beer, wine, and distilled spirits for consumption off the premises where sold, subject to compliance with Draft Conditions of Approval dated February 21, 2024. 6. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Planned Development Permit Application No. P21-03252, requesting authorization to modify parking lot development standards to allow for 36.5-foot-tall parking lot light fixtures rather than 25-foot-tall fixtures.

    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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Historic Preservation Commission

Regular Meeting - Cancelled (All Items Continued To 3/25/24)

    Tower District Specific Plan Implementation Committee

    Regular Meeting

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      Subcommittee Updates 1. Implementation Role Subcommittee 2. Historic Preservation Subcommittee 3. Land Use, Zoning, & Entertainment District Subcommittee 4. Circulation Subcommittee 5. Public Spaces Subcommittee
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      Update from Public Works on Van Ness Tree Maintenance
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      December 12, 2023 Tower District Specific Implementation Committee Regular Meeting Minutes

      On motion of Board Member Lokrantz, seconded by Board Member Birdsong, that the above Action Item be APPROVED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    City Council

    Regular Meeting

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      Fresno Animal Center presents “Pet of the Month”
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      Approve the First Amendment to the Repair Services Agreement with the Housing Authority of the City of Fresno (Fresno Housing) to amend The Valley Inn (Property) repairs and maintenance budget of $2,651,648 by $258,975.53 for a total amended contract amount of $2,910,623.53. The Valley Inn is located at 933 North Parkway Drive, Fresno, California (APN 449-335-32).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    3. Passed
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      RESOLUTION - Repealing and Replacing Resolutions 2004-6, 2004-185 and 2020-43, Establishing the Procedure for the Creation of Boards, Commissions, Committees, and Similar Bodies of the City of Fresno, and Establishing the Appointment Process

      On motion of Councilmember Arias, seconded by President Perea, that the above Action Item be ADOPTED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    4. Passed
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      RESOLUTION - Authorizing the Submission of a Grant Application to the Fresno Council of Governments for the 2024 Measure "C" Transit Oriented Development Grant Program in the amount not to exceed $1,500,000 for the Project(s) to support transit-oriented development; and Authorizing the Execution of Grant Application and Grant Agreement Documents by the Public Works Director or Designee (Council Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    5. Passed
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      ***BILL B-2 (Intro’d January 18, 2024)(For Adoption) -Text Amendment Application No. P23-02443 adding Subsection U to Section 3804 of Chapter 15 of the Fresno Municipal Code relating to the deferral of certain sidewalk construction, driveway approaches and street trees in subdivisions until prior to occupancy of single-family homes (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    6. Passed
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      Approve the award of a cooperative purchase agreement to Lehr Auto of Sacramento, California for the purchase of 32 Panasonic CF-33 Toughbook laptops in an amount not to exceed $242,300 to replace aging, out of date computers in Police vehicles.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    7. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to an Extraterritorial Water and Sewer Service and Offsite Infrastructure Agreement between Clovis Unified School District and the City of Fresno (City of Fresno Sphere of Influence and County of Fresno): 1. RESOLUTION - Considering Mitigated Negative Declaration SCH No. 2018031007 and adopting findings pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines section 15162; 2. Approve an Extraterritorial Water and Sewer Service and Offsite Infrastructure Agreement between Clovis Unified School District and the City of Fresno.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    8. Passed
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      Actions related to the Second Amendment to the Consultant Services Agreement with Landry Consulting LLC: 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption pursuant to Section 15301 (Existing Facilities) of the California Environment Quality Act Guidelines. 2. Approve the Second Amendment to the Consultant Services Agreement for an additional $180,000 with Laundry Consulting, LLC., for the implementation of the Airport Safety Management Systems program at Fresno Yosemite International airport. The total contract value is not to exceed $380,000. (Council District 4)

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    9. Passed
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      Approve Contract Change Order No. 05 with American Paving Company in the amount of $53,327.38 for the Audubon Drive and Nees Avenue Traffic Signal Modification and Roadway Reconstruction Project, Project ID PW00806 (Council District 2).

      ADOPTED

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    10. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the Fresno Yosemite International Airport SMART Program Bid File No. 12302377 (Council District 4) 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption pursuant to Section 15301 (a) and (b) (Existing Facilities) of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines 2. Award a construction contract in the amount of $794,000.00 to S&L Specialty Construction, of Syracuse, New York for the acoustic treatment of 17 homes in the vicinity of Fresno Yosemite International Airport

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    11. Passed
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      Approve a consultant services agreement with AECOM Technical Services Inc., for a total amount not to exceed $85,560, inclusive of a $14,260 contingency, to provide engineering design and construction support services for the conversion of two natural gas driven pumps to electric motor-driven at Pump Stations 10A and 82-1. (Bid File No. 12400659) (Council Districts 5 and 7).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    12. Passed
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      Approve the updated Agreement between the City of Fresno Police Department and Flock Safety, in an amount not to exceed $1,498,690.41 for three (3) years for the subscription services of Automated License Plate Readers (ALPR), cameras, and software.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    13. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the Quigley Park Rehabilitation Project (Council District 1): 1. Affirm the City Manager’s finding that Melton Design Group Inc. is uniquely qualified; 2. Approve the professional engineering and architectural services agreement with Melton Design Group Inc., of Sacramento, California in the amount of $869,200 with an additional $80,000 contingency, for design and construction support services for the Quigley Park Rehabilitation Project.

      ADOPTED

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    14. Passed
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      Actions related to 2022 Assistance to Firefighters Grant: 1) Award Consultant Agreement to AP Triton in the amount not to exceed $97,914 to conduct a comprehensive and expert Community Risk Assessment-Standards of Cover (CRR-SOC) and create an associated Community Risk Reduction (CRR) Plan 2) ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 32nd Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution (AAR) 2023-185 appropriating $93,900 for the 2022 Assistance to Firefighters Grant to conduct a comprehensive and expert Community Risk Assessment-Standards of Cover (CRR-SOC) and create an associated Community Risk Reduction (CRR) Plan (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    15. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the Roessler Winery Building Project (Council District 4): 1. Affirm the City Manager’s finding that Brooks Ransom Associates is uniquely qualified; 2. Approve an agreement for professional architectural and engineering services with Brooks Ransom Associates of Fresno, California for an amount not to exceed $67,500 with an additional $15,000 contingency, for design and construction support services for the historic Roessler Winery Building Project.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    16. Adopted as Amended
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      HEARING to consider Development Permit Application No. P21-02699, Vesting Tentative Parcel Map No. 2021-09, and related Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR), State Clearinghouse (SCH) No. 2022050265, regarding an Office/Warehouse Project located on approximately ± 48.03 acres of property at the northeast intersection of North Marks and West Nielsen Avenues (Council District 3) 1. CERTIFY Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH No. 2022050265), 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 the Water Supply Assessment (WSA) attached to the FEIR as Appendix K in compliance with Section 10910 of the California Water Code and Section 15155 of the CEQA Guidelines, and adopt the WSA as a technical addendum to the Environmental Impact Report; and, b. ADOPT Findings of Fact pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15091; and, c. ADOPT a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) pursuant to CEQA Guidelines section 15097 2. DENY the appeal and UPHOLD the action of the Planning Commission in the approval of Development Permit Application No. P21-02699 which requests authorization to construct four office/warehouse buildings with a total gross floor area of approximately ± 901,438 square feet, subject to compliance with the Conditions of Approval dated October 4, 2023; and, 3. DENY the appeal and UPHOLD the action of the Planning Commission in the approval of Vesting Tentative Parcel Map No. 2021-09 which requests authorization to subdivide the subject property into four parcels: Parcel A ± 11.68 acres, Parcel B ± 5.38 acres, Parcel C ± 5.14 acres, Parcel D ± 26.15 acres, subject to compliance with the Conditions of Approval dated October 4, 2023.

      On motion of Vice President Karbassi, seconded by Councilmember Esparza, that the above Action deny the appeal and approve the project. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    17. Passed
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      Approve a consultant services agreement with ADS Corp for an amount not to exceed $1,086,249 to provide wastewater flow monitoring services for the City of Fresno. (Bid File 12400756) (Citywide).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    18. Passed
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      ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 41st Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution No. 2023-185 to appropriate $4,077,500 for previously approved capital improvement projects in the Public Works Department (citywide) (Subject to Mayor’s veto) (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes)

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    19. Passed
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      ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 34th Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution No. 2023-185 to appropriate $632,400 for new capital improvement projects in the Public Works Department (citywide) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    20. Passed
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      ***RESOLUTION - Directing City of Fresno Administration to Display Clement Renzi’s “A Day in the Park” Sculpture at Storyland (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    21. Passed
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      Approval of minutes for February 2, 2024, regular meeting.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    22. Passed
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      ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing application for and acceptance of funding from the Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) Program of the California Housing and Community Development Department for the development of Affordable multifamily and single-family housing, owner-occupied home rehabilitation, and down payment assistance to benefit Low- and Moderate-Income persons, and authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to sign all necessary implementing documents. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    23. Passed
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      Approve a consultant agreement with Moss Adams, LLC., for an evaluation of the Youth Jobs Corps Program (YJCP) using grant funding from the Transformative Climate Communities (TCC) grant not to exceed $58,000.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    24. Passed
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      ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the Department of Public Utilities Director or designee(s) to prepare and submit grant applications, accept funds, and execute any financial assistance agreements and amendments with the California State Water Resources Control Board on behalf of the City of Fresno for the planning, design, and construction of water and sewer infrastructure to serve the Community of Britten Avenue. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) (Unincorporated Fresno County)

      On motion of Councilmember Arias, seconded by Councilmember Chavez, that the above Action Item be ADOPTED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    25. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the Northeast Surface Water Treatment Facility Sodium Hypochlorite Tank Replacement (Bid File 12400125) (Council District 6): 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption pursuant to Sections 15301/Class 1 and 15302/Class 2 of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines; 2. Award a purchase contract in the amount of $445,335.00 to Liberty Chemical Equipment & Supply, Inc., for a sodium hypochlorite replacement tank for the City of Fresno’s Northeast Surface Water Treatment Facility.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    26. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the 2024 Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) grant 1. Authorize the Chief of Police to accept additional grant funding of $270,000 for the 2024 STEP grant awarded to the Fresno Police Department from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) through the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a total of $870,000 2. Authorize the Chief of Police or his designee to execute the revised agreement, extensions and all related documentation applicable to the 2024 STEP grant 3. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt the 39th Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution (AAR) No. 2023-185 to appropriate $270,000 for the Police Department’s 2024 STEP grant (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes)(Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 4. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt a Resolution authorizing the purchase of 364 mobile printers and power systems supplies in an amount not to exceed $250,000, with Barcodes, LLC without advertised competitive bidding (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes)(Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    27. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the 2023 Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Grant Program: 1. Authorize the Chief of Police to accept grant funding in the total amount of $17,406 for the 2023 Off-Highway Vehicle grant program awarded to the Fresno Police Department from the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation; 2. Authorize the Chief of Police to execute the agreement and all related documents applicable to the 2023 OHV grant including amendments and extensions; 3. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt a Resolution authorizing acceptance of $17,406 in grant funding from the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation for the Fresno Police Department’s 2023 Off-Highway Vehicle grant (Subject to Mayor’s Veto); 4. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt the 38th Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution (AAR) No. 2023-185 to appropriate $17,406 for the Police Department’s Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) grant program (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    28. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the 2024 Law Enforcement Specialized Unit Program 1. Authorize acceptance of $203,143 in grant funding from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services’ Law Enforcement Specialized Unit Program 2. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt the 36th Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution No. 2023-185 appropriating $203,100 in Law Enforcement Specialized Unit Program Grant funding for the police department’s Domestic Violence Unit (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 3. Authorize Chief of Police to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Marjaree Mason Center not to exceed $115,313

      ADOPTED

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    29. Passed
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      Approve the First Amendment to the Consultant Services Contract with Gaetke Medical Corporation and 1582, LLC in the amount of $18,600 for a total contract amount of $279,600 for Annual Fitness/Wellness Evaluations (Annual Physicals) for the Fresno Fire Department sworn personnel.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    30. Agenda Ready
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      WORKSHOP - FY 2024 Mid-Year Budget Review
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      Action pertaining to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reimbursement through the California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) for eligible expenses under various disaster preparedness programs. 1. ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the City Manager or Designee to Apply for and Accept Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Grant Funding through the California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) for reimbursement related to disaster preparedness funding (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to sign all documents related to FEMA reimbursement

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    32. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to a grant agreement between the City of Fresno and Cal Recycle: 1. *** RESOLUTION - 37th Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution (AAR) 2023-185 to Appropriating $38,700 in Cal Recycle Grant Funding in FY2024 (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    33. Passed
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      Approve the second amendment to the lease agreement between the City of Fresno and Tutelian Holdings I, LLC, for office space at 2440 Tulare Street, Civic Center Square, extending the lease term through August 31, 2025, in the amount of $137,434 for rent plus the proportionate CAM (Common Area Maintenance) charges estimated through end of the term at $81,602 for the Planning and Development Department, Housing and Community Development Division

      On motion of Councilmember Arias, seconded by Councilmember Chavez, that the above Action Item be APPROVED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    34. Agenda Ready
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: James Copland v. City of Fresno, PSI, Administered by Tristar Risk Management; Tristar Claim No. 1010106162
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: David Gibeault v. City of Fresno, PSI, Administered by Tristar Risk Management, Claim Number 1010104308-ADR-1.
    36. Agenda Ready
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: Fred Martinez v. City of Fresno, PSI, administered by Tristar Risk Management, Claim No.: 01161148
    37. Passed
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      Approval of Memorandum of Understanding with ACTS Foundation/Mint Thrift Store for temporary emergency housing if activated as a Warming Center (District 1).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    38. Passed
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      Approve City Attorney Amended At-Will Agreement.

      On motion of Councilmember Arias, seconded by Councilmember Esparza, that the above Action Item be APPROVED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    39. Agenda Ready
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      Appearance by Richard Renteria to discuss meet and greet. (Resident of District 3)
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    40. Passed
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      Authorize the Chief of Police to enter an agreement with County of Fresno for the reimbursement of five Fresno Police Officers, one Police Sergeant, and one Crime Analyst, which will be assigned to the Adult Compliance Team (ACT)/ Multi-Agency Gang Enforcement Consortium Team (MAGEC) in an amount not to exceed $1,773,531 for Fiscal Year 2023-24.

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    41. Continued
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      ***RESOLUTION - Declaring Outdoor Warming Fires to be a Health and Safety Hazard and a Public Nuisance and Direct the City Manager to Cause Them to be Extinguished (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

      On motion of Councilmember Arias, seconded by Vice President Karbassi, that the above Action Item be CONTINUED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    42. Agenda Ready
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      Appearance by Fernando Elizando to discuss public scrutiny aka freedom of speech (Resident of District 3)
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    43. Passed
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      ***Resolution - Adopting the 42nd Amendment to the Annual Appropriations Resolution (AAR) No. 2023-185 Appropriating $100,000 in Women’s Recovery Grant Funding in FY 2024 (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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    44. Passed
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      Bill (For Introduction) - Amending the Graffiti Abatement Ordinance, FMC Section 9-2514(e) to amend the violations imposed for graffiti abatement and adding Article 23 to Chapter 10 of the Fresno Municipal Code, to protect public and private property from acts of vandalism and defacement.

      On motion of Councilmember Arias, seconded by Councilmember Chavez, that the above Action Item be ADOPTED. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    45. Agenda Ready
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) La Hacienda Mobile Estates, LLC v. City of Fresno, et al; Case Number: 24CECG00271.
    46. Agenda Ready
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2): 1 potential case
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Lasha Johnson, individually and as successor-in-interest to Gerald Johnson, et al. v. City of Fresno, et al.; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 21CECG00057
    48. Passed
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      ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 45th Amendment to the Annual Appropriations Resolution (AAR) No. 2023-185 reallocating $103,400 from the Public Works Department to the City Council Department for the purchase and installation of wood framed windows at the Armenian Town Homes through the Housing Successor to the Redevelopment Agency (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

      APPROVED ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR

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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Case Name: Hayden M. Snyder, a minor, by and through his guardian ad litem, et al v. City of Fresno v. City of Fresno, et al.; Fresno Superior Court Case No. 20CECG02826
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      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2): 1 potential case
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      CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS - Government Code Section 54957.6 City Negotiators: Jennifer Misner 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 753, 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 10; 8. International Association of Firefighters, Local 753, Unit 10 (Fire Management); 9. City of Fresno Professional Employees Association (CFPEA); 10. City of Fresno Management Employees Association (CFMEA);
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      Award a two-year Service Contract, with options for three one-year extensions to EagleShield Pest Control (Bid File 12301955) in the base amount of $50,960, for pest control services at the FAX facilities.

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      Form 700. - (Discussion)
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      Policy Recap Discussion
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      ATP and Vision Zero Update. - (Discussion)
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      Member Onboarding / Welcome Packet. - S. Zweifler - (Discussion/Action)

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      2025 Event Task Force. - (Discussion/Action)
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      Bike Month Task Force. - (Discussion/Action)
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      Right-of-Way Transition Update - ADA Coordinator, Joe Hinojosa
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      Hearing to establish the San Joaquin River Conservancy Parkway Committee, a subcommittee of the Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission, and define committee roles, responsibilities, and membership (Chairperson McCoy).