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Active Transportation Advisory Committee

Regular Meeting

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    Budget Task Force. - (Discussion/Action)
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    Bi-Annual Report Task Force. - (Discussion/Action)
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    ATP and Vision Zero Update. - (Discussion)
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    Active Transportation Advisory Committee Logo (Draft)
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City Council

Regular Meeting

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  1. Agenda Ready
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    Approve a $300,000 Encampment Resolution Funding (ERF-2R) agreement with Fresno Housing Authority, for construction improvements at the Promesa Commons project.
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  2. Agenda Ready
    Closed Session Item

    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 10; 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)
  3. Agenda Ready
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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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  4. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to the City of Fresno Paving Bid Package at Various Locations (Bid File No. 12402606) (Council Districts 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7): 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption per staff determination, pursuant to Sections 15301/Class 1, 15302/Class 2, and 15303/Class 4 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines; 2. Approve the award of a construction contract in the amount of $7,358,665.00 to Cal Valley Construction Inc. of Fresno, California as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder.
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  5. Agenda Ready
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    Presentation of the Central California American Planning Association’s 2024 Leadership and Service Award
  6. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to Final Map of Tract No. 6346; RESOLUTION - Approving the Final Map of Tract No. 6346, and accepting dedicated public uses offered therein except for dedications offered subject to City acceptance of developer installed required improvements - located on the northeast corner of North Fowler Avenue and East Princeton Avenue. (Council District 7)
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  7. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to Final Map of Tract No. 6250; RESOLUTION - Approving the Final Map of Tract No. 6250, and accepting dedicated public uses offered therein except for dedications offered subject to City acceptance of developer installed required improvements - located on the west side of North Portofino Drive between East Copper Avenue and North Alicante Drive. (Council District 6)
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  8. Agenda Ready
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    Approve the Third Amendment to the Plan Review and Construction Management Services Agreement, in the amount of $4,100,000, with Tutor Perini/Zachary/Parsons, a Joint Venture, for a total increased contract amount of $7,700,000, and to extend the term of the agreement by thirty months to December 31, 2026. (Council Districts 1, 2, and 3)
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  9. Agenda Ready
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    HEARING to adopt resolutions and ordinance to annex territory and levy a special tax regarding City of Fresno Community Facilities District Number 11, Annexation Number 149 (Final Tract Map Number 6392) (Located on the southwest corner of East Florence Avenue and South Walnut Avenue) (Council District 3) 1. ***RESOLUTION - to Annex Territory to Community Facilities District No. 11 and Authorizing the Levy of a Special Tax for Annexation No. 149 (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) - Levying a Special Tax for the Property Tax Year 2024-2025 and Future Tax Years Within and Relating to Community Facilities District No. 11, Annexation No. 149 (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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  10. Agenda Ready
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    RESOLUTION - Of Intention to Annex Final Tract Map Number 6379 as Annexation Number 150 to the City of Fresno Community Facilities District Number 11 and to Authorize the Levy of Special Taxes; and setting the public hearing for Thursday, August 15, 2024, at 9:10 am. (Located on the northwest corner of East Florence Avenue and South Peach Avenue) (Council District 5)
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  11. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to RFP 12401385 for Emergency Veterinary Services: 1. Approve a nineteen (19) month Service Agreement with 24/7 Pet Vets for an amount not to exceed $300,000 for emergency veterinary services. 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute the Service Agreement and sign all related documents on behalf of the City.
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  12. Agenda Ready
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    HEARING to consider the proposed Annual Assessment for the City of Fresno Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance District No. 1 (Citywide) 1. ***RESOLUTION - Confirming the diagram and assessment and levy of annual assessment, 2024-2025, for Landscaping and Lighting District No. 1 (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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  13. Agenda Ready
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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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  14. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to the Municipal Service Center Security Improvement project located at 2101 G Street (District 3): 1. Approve an agreement for Professional Engineering Services with PBK Architects, of Fresno, California, in the amount of $192,750 with a $5,000 contingency, for design services only in support of the Municipal Service Center Security project 2. Authorize the Director of General Services or designee to execute all related documents
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  15. Agenda Ready
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    Approve a three -year agreement, with the County of Fresno to reserve three dedicated bed spaces in the Fresno County Jail for the purpose of housing Fresno Police Department Arrestees, along with guards assigned to the inmates in the three beds that require any off-site medical attention to transport and accompany the inmate to the offsite medical facility, for a total amount not to exceed $560,000. (Years 1-3).
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  16. Agenda Ready
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    Authorize the Chief of Police to enter into a 3-year with one (1) two-year extension agreement with Central Unified School District (CUSD) to provide six (6) police officers (Student Resource Officer) at .95 FTE each, one (1) sergeant at .20 FTE, seven (7) patrol vehicles and administrative fees totaling $3,596,382 for three years ($1,198,794 annually) to be housed at the high schools, alternative education high school, and middle schools.
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  17. Agenda Ready
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    ***RESOLUTION - Approving an Acquisition Agreement between the City of Fresno, Fancher Creek Town Center, LLC, and Fancher Creek Properties, LLC for the Acquisition of Certain Public Improvements Being Constructed within the Fancher Creek Town Center Project. (Council District 5) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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  18. Agenda Ready
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    Fresno Animal Center presents “Pet of the Month”
  19. Agenda Ready
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    Approval of City Council meeting minutes for the June 6, 2024, regular meeting / budget hearing, June 7, 2024, special meeting, June 12, 2024, budget hearing, June 12, 2024, special meeting and June 13, 2024 regular meeting.
  20. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to adopting a five-year plan for residential solid waste service charges in accordance with Proposition 218: 1. Adopt a finding that the proposed actions are exempt from environmental review under a statutory exemption to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for rates, tolls, fares, and charges (pursuant to Public Resources Code section 21080(b)(8) and CEQA Guidelines section 15273) 2. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting a Five-Year Rate Plan for Residential Solid Waste Service Charges in Accordance with California Constitution Article XIIID (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 3. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting a Solid Waste Affordability Credit Program (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 4. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 584th Amendment to the Master Fee Schedule Resolution No. 80-420 to adjust residential solid waste rates in the Solid Waste Rates Section (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 5. ***RESOLUTION - Approving an interfund loan agreement between the Sewer System Rate Stabilization Connection Fee (CIP Reserve) Fund and the Solid Waste Management Division Solid Waste Operating Enterprise Fund in the amount of $5 million (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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  21. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to the emergency repair of the South Fruit Avenue sewer trunk main (Council District 3): 1. Adopt Environment Assessment No. 5984-240627, dated June 27, 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; 2. ***RESOLUTION - Declaring an urgent necessity for the preservation of life, health, and property; and authorizing the City Manager or designee, to enter into agreements without advertised competitive bidding for the emergency repair of the South Fruit Avenue sewer trunk main. (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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  22. Agenda Ready
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    Approve the reappointments of Ron Sheppard, Rey Villarreal, Birdevinder Rickie Dhillon, and Chenier Derrick to the Disability Advisory Commission to terms ending June 30, 2026. Approve the reappointment of Kristi Lawrence to the Fresno Mosquito and Vector Control District to a term ending June 30, 2028. Approve the reappointment of Katie Botello to the Fresno/Clovis Community Media Authority to a term ending June 30, 2026. Approve the reappointment of Todd Cregar to the Civil Service Board to a term ending June 30, 2028. Approve the reappointments of Shannon McCulligh and Katie Wilbur to the Mobile Home Rent and Stabilization Commission to terms ending June 30, 2028. Approve the appointment of Gurdeep Shergill to the Planning Commission to a term ending June 30, 2028. Approve the appointment of Rose Caglia to the Parks, Recreation, and Arts Commission to a term ending July 1, 2028.
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  23. Agenda Ready
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    ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the City to accept $20 million in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 108 Loan Guarantee funds for the development of a Senior Activity Center; and authorizing the City Manager or designee to sign all necessary implementing documents required by HUD (Subject to Mayor’s veto)
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  24. Agenda Ready
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    ***RESOLUTION- Declaring APNs 467-073-05T, -06T, -07T, -16T and 467-081-16T to be surplus and directing staff to comply with the Surplus Land Act (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).
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  25. Agenda Ready
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    Approve the award of a cooperative purchase agreement to Quinn Company of Fresno, California, for the purchase of two Caterpillar 914M wheel loaders in the amount of $393,262 for the Department of Public Utilities, Solid Waste Management Division
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  26. Agenda Ready
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    Presentation Honoring Raj Singh Badhesha for His Distinguished Service
  27. Agenda Ready
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(4): 1 potential case
  28. Agenda Ready
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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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  29. Agenda Ready
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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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  30. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to increasing contracting authority for Councilmembers, the City Manager, and the City Attorney: ***BILL-19 (Intro’d June 20, 2024) (For Adoption) - Amending Section 4-107 of the Fresno Municipal Code, relating to Contracts Not Requiring Competitive Bidding. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)
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  31. Agenda Ready
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    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2): 1 potential case
  32. Agenda Ready
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    Actions pertaining to the 2023-2024 #CaliforniansForAll Youth Service Corps AB 540 Pilot Program. 1. Accept the 2023-2024 #CaliforniansForAll Youth Service Corps AB 540 Pilot Program Grant in the Amount of $750,000. 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute the Grant Acceptance Agreement and related documents on behalf of the City, subject to approval as to form by the City Attorney.

Historic Preservation Commission

Regular Meeting

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    Staff Update on 5-year Mills Act inspections 1. Next steps regarding compliance of contracts 2. Explanation of tax reduction
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  2. Agenda Ready
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    Monthly update on the Jose Garcia Brewer Adobe Building (HP #227 located at 5901 W. Shaw (APN 51004038).
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  3. Agenda Ready
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    UPDATE on Regular Monthly Topics: 1. Staff Updates 2. Architectural Subcommittee Updates 3. Plaque Design Subcommittee Update
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    Update from the Commissioners & Staff on the 2024 California Preservation Conference

Tower District Specific Plan Implementation Committee

Regular Meeting - Cancelled

    Disability Advisory Commission - Transportation

    Regular Meeting

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      FAX ADA Transition Update by Kristopher Grey, Projects Administrator

    Parks, Recreation, And Arts Commission

    Regular Meeting

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    1. Agenda Ready
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      Approval of the regular meeting minutes of May 20, 2024, and the special meeting minutes of May 29,2024.
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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.
    3. Agenda Ready
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      Discussion regarding potential dates for a special meeting. (Chairperson McCoy)

    City Council

    Regular Meeting - Vote On Final Budget

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    1. Agenda Ready
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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.

      TABLED

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    2. Agenda Ready
      Action Item

      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.

      TABLED

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    3. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to adopting a five-year plan for residential solid waste service charges in accordance with Proposition 218: 1. HEARING on Proposed Increases to Residential Solid Waste Service Charges in accordance with Proposition 218 2. BILL (for introduction) - Adopting a Five-Year Rate Plan for Residential Solid Waste Service Charges in Accordance with California Constitution Article XIIID
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    4. Agenda Ready
      Closed Session Item

      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 10; 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)
    5. Passed
      Action Item

      ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the acceptance of grant funding from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Economic Development Initiative, Community Project Funding in the amount of $1,000,000 for Fresno’s Tiny Homes Housing Solutions Project (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    6. Agenda Ready
      Action Item

      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.

      TABLED

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    7. Agenda Ready
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      Actions Pertaining to the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Byrne Discretionary Grant: 1. Approving a grant subrecipient agreement (Agreement) with the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC) to provide reimbursement for mental health services for Advance Peace Fellows and violence impacted individuals in amount not to exceed $270,000. 2. Authorizing the City Manager or Designee to execute the Agreement on behalf of the City of Fresno.

      On motion of Councilmember Bredefeld, seconded by Vice President Karbassi, that the above Action Item be TABLED to July 25, 2024. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    8. Passed
      Resolution

      *** RESOLUTION - To support FCTC Family II, LP’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Application for the development of Sarah’s Court Phase II and to provide a conditional commitment of HOME Investment Partnerships Program loan funds in an amount not to exceed $3 million to the Project (Subject to Mayor’s veto)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    9. Passed
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      Approve Contract Change Order No. 01 in the amount of $567,390 for the installation of PG&E Rule 16 with Avison Construction Co., Inc. for the TCC Park at MLK Magnet Core Project - Project ID PW00857. (Bid File 12302905) (Council District 3)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    10. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the Santa Fe Depot Exterior Americans with Disability Act (ADA) Upgrades project located at 2650 Tulare Street: 1. Adopt Environment Assessment No. SFD0700, dated June 20, 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 a Consultant Services Agreement for Professional Engineering Services with Provost and Pritchard Engineering Group, Inc, of Fresno, California, in the amount of $132,500 with a $15,000 contingency, for design, preparation of construction documents, and construction support services for the Santa Fe Depot Phase I Exterior ADA Upgrades project. 3. Authorize the Director of General Services or designee to execute all related documents.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    11. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to the Kid’s Crossing Traffic Signal Improvements Project at Amador and Trinity and Church and Waldby Avenues - Bid File 12401496 (Council Districts 3 and 5): 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption per staff’s determination pursuant to Section 15301/Class 1 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines; 2. Award a construction contract in the amount of $1,599,935 to Avison Construction, Inc., of Madera, California.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    12. Passed
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      Approve a revised Regulatory Agreement and Declaration of Restrictive Covenants between the City of Fresno and Valley Teen Ranch and for the benefit as a third-party beneficiary the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development for the Homekey 3 Welcome Home project located at 6507 North Polk Avenue, Fresno, California (District 2)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    13. Passed
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      Approve a First Amendment to the Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) Agreement with Housing Authority of the City of Fresno in the amount of $3,000,000 for the pre-development and construction of the Heritage Estates homeownership development project located at East Florence Avenue and South Plumas Street in Southwest Fresno, California (District 3)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    14. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to the Travel Inn Affordable Housing Development located at 1444 West White Avenue, Fresno, California (Council District 3): 1. ***RESOLUTION - Adopt a Resolution in support of a City contribution of funds in the amount of $6,000,000 for rehabilitation expenses associated with the Travel Inn Affordable Housing Development (Subject to Mayor’s veto)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    15. Passed
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      Actions pertaining to a Grant Agreement funded by Encampment Resolution Funding (ERF-2R) between City of Fresno and Divisadero Prime LLC: 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption, pursuant to Section 15332 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Environmental Assessment Number P24-01882 for construction of an affordable multifamily residence; and 2. Approve a $1,000,000 Encampment Resolution Funding (ERF) grant agreement with Divisadero Prime, LLC for the construction of 20 affordable housing units for those experiencing homelessness

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    16. Agenda Ready
      Action Item

      ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the City to accept $20 million in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 108 Loan Guarantee funds for the development of a Senior Activity Center; and authorizing the City Manager or designee to sign all necessary implementing documents required by HUD (Subject to Mayor’s veto)

      TABLED

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    17. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to the affordable housing development project located South of E. Ventura Street between S. Seventh Street and S. Eighth Street (Council District 5): 1. ***RESOLUTION - In support of a contribution of City funds in an amount not to exceed $5,000,000 for eligible expenses associated with the affordable housing development project located on Ventura between Seventh and Eighth Street. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

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

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    18. Passed
      Action Item

      Approve the Third Amendment to the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) agreement between the City of Fresno and the Housing Authority of Fresno (Housing Authority) to extend the term of the agreement through June 30, 2025.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    19. Passed
      Action Item

      Reject the Sole Bid received for the fiber connection from the Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility to the City Hall Data Center and direct staff to repackage the project to allow for a more competitive bid outreach to increase local competition (Bid File 12400209) (Council District 3).

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    20. Passed
      Action Item

      Reject the Sole Bid received for the Sewer Rehabilitation in area bound by Ashlan, Millbrook, Gettysburg, and Cedar Avenues. (Bid File 12402299) (Council District 4)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    21. Passed
      Action Item

      RESOLUTION - Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities, or designee(s), to prepare and submit financial assistance applications to the California State Water Resources Control Board on behalf of the City of Fresno for the planning, design, and construction of the Sidestream Treatment System at the Fresno-Clovis Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility. (Citywide, District 3)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    22. Passed
      Action Item

      RESOLUTION - of Consideration to change types of services, rate and method of apportionment of the special tax and establishing a new maximum special tax for Final Tract Map Number 6410, Annexation Number 37, of the City of Fresno Community Facilities District Number 11. (Located on the northeast corner of East Church Avenue and South Peach Avenue) (Council District 5)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    23. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to the cleaning of Digester #2 and cleaning and rehabilitation of Digester #9 at the Fresno-Clovis Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility (Bid File 12401763) (Council District 3): 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption pursuant to Section 15301/Class 1 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines. 2. Award a construction contract to F.D. Thomas, of Central Point, Oregon, in the amount of $1,135,915.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    24. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to the award of three Requirements Contracts for acute/non-acute sexual assault examination services for suspects and victims for three years plus two optional one-year extensions to: (1) Central Valley Forensic Specialists (CVFS) of Hanford, California in an amount not to exceed $683,700 plus annual CPI increases; (2) Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC) of Fresno, California in an amount not to exceed $450,000 plus annual CPI increases; and (3) Valley Children’s Hospital (VCH) of Madera, California in an amount not to exceed $550,000 plus annual CPI increases (Bid File 12400160).

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    25. Passed
      Action Item

      Approval of revised State Route 180 Freeway Maintenance Agreement with State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). (Council Districts 3, 5, and 7)

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    26. Passed
      Action Item

      Approve an Amendment to a Consultant Services Agreement with Campbell Strategy/Advocacy, to extend the Agreement to June 30, 2025, at a continued rate of $15,000 monthly, or $180,000 annually, for Professional Lobbying and Consulting Services.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    27. Passed
      Action Item

      ***RESOLUTION - Adopt the FY 2025 Annual Appropriation Resolution. (Subject to Mayor’s veto)
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    28. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to the summary vacation of a portion of East Madison Avenue, between North Fulton Avenue and North Van Ness Avenue (Council District 3): 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption per staff determination, pursuant to Section 15194 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Environmental Assessment Number P23-04237; 2. RESOLUTION - Ordering the summary vacation of a portion of East Madison Avenue, between North Fulton Avenue and North Van Ness Avenue.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    29. Passed
      Action Item

      Approval of the minutes for June 3, 2024, budget hearing, June 4 2024, budget hearing, June 5, 2024, budget hearing, June 6, 2024, budget and regular meeting and the June 13, 2024, regular meeting.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    30. Passed
      Action Item

      Approve a First Amendment to the Disposition and Development Agreement between the City of Fresno in its capacity as Housing Successor and Fresno Housing Authority for Heritage Estates located at the southeast corner of East Florence and Plumas Avenues.

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

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    31. Agenda Ready
      Action Item

      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2): 1 potential case
    32. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to increasing contracting authority for Councilmembers, the City Manager, and the City Attorney: 1. ***RESOLUTION - Delegating contracting authority to individual Councilmembers for contract funded with Council District funds and rescinding and replacing Resolution 2017-67 (Subject to Mayor’s Veto). 2. ***RESOLUTION - Delegating contracting authority to the City Attorney to enter into Code Enforcement Contracts of $100,000 or less and rescinding and replacing Resolution 2019-179 (Subject to Mayor’s Veto). 3. BILL - (For Introduction) Amending Section 4-107 of the Fresno Municipal Code, relating to Contracts Not Requiring Competitive Bidding

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

      Attachments
    33. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions Pertaining to a Grant Agreement with the African American Historical and Cultural Museum of the San Joaquin Valley (AAHCMSJV) for Interior and Exterior Deferred Maintenance Facility Projects (District 3): 1. Approve the Grant award of $200,000 to AAHCMSJV for interior and exterior deferred maintenance facility projects. 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute the Grant Agreement and sign all related documents on behalf of the City.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    34. Passed
      Action Item

      ***BILL-15 - (Intro’d June 13, 2024) (For Adoption) - Repealing Section 7-1221, Section 7-1222, Section 7-1237, and Section 7-1238, and Amending Section 7-1233 of the Fresno Municipal Code, Relating to Outdated Provisions Concerning Various Business License Fees (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    35. Passed
      Action Item

      ***BILL-16 (Intro’d June 13, 2024) (For Adoption) to Amend a portion of Article 5 of Chapter 10 of the Fresno Municipal Code relating to Fire and Life Safety Regulations. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

      Attachments
    36. Passed
      Action Item

      *** RESOLUTION - To provide a temporary moratorium on the issuance of new unaltered dog licenses (Subject To Mayor’s Veto).

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

      Attachments
    37. Passed
      Action Item

      RESOLUTION - Adopting a list of proposed Public Works projects to receive Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding for City Fiscal Year 2025.

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

      Attachments
    38. Passed
      Action Item

      Actions pertaining to the purchase of maintenance, support and subscription services for Cisco equipment: 1. RESOLUTION - Authorizing the execution and delivery of a Master Equipment Lease Purchase Agreement and certain separate lease schedules with respect to the acquisition, purchase, financing and leasing of equipment for the public benefit; and authorizing the execution and delivery of documents required in connection therewith. 2. Approve an agreement of the Master Equipment Lease Purchase Agreement (MELPA) with Banc of America Public Capital Corp. (BAPCC) 3. Approve a maintenance agreement for networking equipment with AMS.NET, Inc., in the amount of $3,311,067.03 purchased through the Merced County FOCUS Agreement (Contract #2021092).

      APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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    Planning Commission

    Regular Meeting

    Filters for matters
    1. Agenda Ready
      Action Item

      Consideration of Annexation Application No. P22-03846, Pre-zone Application No. P22-04069 and the related Environmental Assessment No. P22-03846/P22-04069 pertaining to approximately 20.23 acres of property on the north and south sides of West Ashlan Avenue between North Polk and North Gregory Avenues (Council District 1). 1. RECOMMEND ADOPTION (to the City Council) of the Negative Declaration prepared for Environmental Assessment No. P22-03846/P22-04069 dated May 3, 2024, for the proposed project pursuant to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines and Addendum dated June 13, 2024. 2. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Annexation Application No. P22-03846 (for the Ashlan-Polk Nos. 3 and 4 Reorganization) proposing detachment from the Kings River Conservation District and North Central Fire Protection District and annexation to the City of Fresno. 3. RECOMMEND APPROVAL (to the City Council) of Pre-zone Application No. P22-04069 proposing to pre-zone: approximately 9.54 acres of the subject property from the County of Fresno RR/NB (Rural Residential/Neighborhood Beautification) zone district to the City of Fresno RS-5/ANX (Single-Family Residential, Medium Density/Annexed Rural Residential Transitional Overlay) zone district; and approximately 9.78 acres of the subject property from the RR/NB (Rural Residential/Neighborhood Beautification) zone district to the City of Fresno RS-5/cz (Single-Family Residential, Medium Density/conditions of zoning) zone district.

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

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    2. Agenda Ready
      Action Item

      CONTINUED TO JULY 3, 2024 Consideration of 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 May 15, 2024.

    Tower District Specific Plan Implementation Committee

    Regular Meeting - Cancelled

      City Council

      Regular Meeting

      Filters for matters
      1. Agenda Ready
        Closed Session Item

        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 10; 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)

        DISCUSSED

      2. Agenda Ready
        Closed Session Item

        CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(1) Joshua Spengeman v. City of Fresno; Fresno Superior Court Case No.: 22CECG02760

        DISCUSSED

      3. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        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.
      4. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        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.
      5. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to the Replacement of Fiber Optic Cabling at the Fresno-Clovis Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility Project (Bid File 12401875) (Council District 3): 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption per staff’s determination, pursuant to Sections 15301/Class 1 and 15302/Class 2 of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines for the Replacement of Fiber Optic Cabling at the Fresno-Clovis Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility Project. 2. Award a construction contract in the amount of $217,286.89 to GA Technical Services, Inc., of Glendora, California, as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for the Replacement of Fiber Optic Cabling at the Fresno-Clovis Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility Project.

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      6. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding: 1. Approve an agreement with Fresno Chamber of Commerce allocating $100,000 in ARPA funding to implement the Small Business Security Camera Rebate program.

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      7. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to the Downtown Redevelopment Grant Water and Sewer Improvements Project (Bid File 12402356) (Council District 3): 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption per staff’s determination pursuant to Section 15301/Class 1 (Existing Facilities) and 15302/Class 2 (Replacement or Reconstruction) of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines for the Downtown Redevelopment Grant Water and Sewer Improvements Project. 2. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 57th Amendment to the Annual Appropriation Resolution (AAR) No. 2023-185 appropriating $455,400 for the Downtown Redevelopment Grant Water and Sewer Improvements Project. (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 3. Award a construction contract in the amount of $18,784,925.50, for the Base Bid plus all three (3) Add Alternates, with Floyd Johnston Construction Co. Inc. of Clovis, California as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for the Downtown Redevelopment Grant Water and Sewer Improvements Project.

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

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      8. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve a Fourth Amendment to the Consultant Service Agreement with SWCA Environmental Consultants of San Luis Obispo, California in the amount of $8,554 to provide additional environmental and technical memoranda services for the Ashlan Avenue Widening Project from Polk Avenue to Cornelia Avenue, for a total contract value of $95,888 with no contingency remaining (Council District 1).

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      9. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to the fee title interest acquisition 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 (APN) 451-134-05, owned by Joseph E. Alanis, Trustee of the Joseph E. Alanis Revocable Trust dated April 8, 2009, 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 APN 451-134-05, owned by Joseph E. Alanis, Trustee of the Joseph E. Alanis Revocable Trust dated April 8, 2009, 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)

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

        Attachments
      10. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions related to the Non-Exclusive License Agreement to Conduct Commercial Aviation Ground Handling and Support Services with Unifi Aviation, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company, at Fresno Yosemite International Airport. (Council District 4) 1. Adopt a finding of Categorical Exemption pursuant to Section 15301 (Existing Facilities) of the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines; and 2. Approve a Non-Exclusive License Agreement to Conduct Commercial Aviation Ground Handling and Support Services (License) with Unifi Aviation, LLC., a Delaware Limited Liability Company (Unifi), at Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT) for the Initial Term of three (3) years, with one (1) option to extend the Initial Term for an additional three (3) years for a total Extended Term of six (6) years. The amount of potential revenue generated by this License is approximately $249,984.50 annually, which represents the sum of eleven percent (11%) of Unifi’s monthly gross revenue from all its operations at FAT. Total anticipated revenue during the life of this License (including the Extended Term) is approximately $1,499,907.00.

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      11. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve a three-year software licenses, services, and support contract with GCR, Inc., dba Tadera, for the Airport Business & Revenue Management software in use by the Airports Department. Initial contract costs start at $60,000 per year, with a 5% increase at the beginning of each following Contract Year (Council District 4)

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      12. Passed
        Action Item

        BILL (for Introduction) - Repealing Section 7-1221, Section 7-1222, Section 7-1237, and Section 7-1238, and Amending Section 7-1233 of the Fresno Municipal Code, Relating to Outdated Provisions Concerning Various Business License Fees

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      13. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve a one-year Peer-to-Peer Vehicle Sharing Ground Transportation Permit with Turo Inc. Estimated revenue generated by this Permit is $80,000 per year. (Council District 4)

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      14. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve the First Amendment to the Non-Exclusive Transportation Network Company Airport Permit and Agreement between the City of Fresno and Lyft Inc., and Uber Technologies, Inc., respectively, to extend the term of their agreements for an additional three years. The potential revenue of both agreements for the additional years is $1,643,100. Total anticipated revenue during the full term of both agreements is approximately $2,788,311. (Council District 4)

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      15. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve a consultant services agreement with Ricondo & Associates, Inc., to provide professional services for the development and execution of a Request for Proposals (RFP) and agreement for on-airport non-exclusive rental car concessions at Fresno Yosemite International Airport in the amount of $67,620. (Council District 4)

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      16. Passed
        Action Item

        RESOLUTION - Declaring the official intent to use proceeds of future indebtedness to reimburse the City for certain expenditures related to the construction of the new Fire Station #12 (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes).

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      17. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to RFP 12401385 for Emergency Veterinary Services: 1. Approve a nineteen (19) month Professional Services Agreement with 24/7 Pet Vets for an amount not to exceed $400,000 for emergency veterinary services. 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute the Professional Services Agreement and sign all related documents on behalf of the City.

        TABLED

        Attachments
      18. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve Phase One of a Progressive Design-Build Contract with Swinerton Builders Inc., of Fresno, California, in an amount not to exceed $601,521.00, for the design support services for the Parking Garage Automation and Video Surveillance Project. (Council District 3)

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      19. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve the Fourth Amendment to the City of Fresno (City) Flexible Benefits Plan (Plan), to reflect changes in certain provisions of the Internal Revenue Service Code Section 125, Cafeteria Plan - Health Flexible Spending Arrangements to increase the maximum carryover amount and increase the contribution limitation and set minimum carryover limit amount. Also, authorize the City Manager or designee to execute all related Plan amendments.

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      20. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to the fee interest title acquisition 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 (APN) 451-141-22, owned by Gurpreet Singh Chauhan and Lakwinder 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 APN 451-141-22, owned by Gurpreet Singh Chauhan and Lakwinder 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)

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

        Attachments
      21. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to the fee title interest acquisition 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 (APN) 446-232-39S, owned by Westfield Investments and Associates, LLC, 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 APN 446-232-39S, owned by Westfield Investments and Associates, LLC, 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)

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

        Attachments
      22. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Approval of the minutes for June 3, 2024 budget hearing, June 4 2024 budget hearing, June 5, 2024 budget hearing, and June 6, 2024 budget and regular meeting.

        TABLED

      23. Passed
        Action Item

        Receive Annual Report and Approve FY 24/25 Program Income Budget for the City of Fresno in its capacity as Housing Successor to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Fresno

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

        Attachments
      24. Passed
        Action Item

        Approval of a five-year License Agreement with Activated Events LLC, to produce and hold special event concerts (dba/ Boots in the Park) at Woodward Park (Council District 6).

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      25. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        RESOLUTION - Adopting a list of proposed Public Works projects to receive Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding for City Fiscal Year 2025.

        TABLED

        Attachments
      26. Passed
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to Final Map of Tract No. 6370 RESOLUTION - Approving the Final Map of Tract No. 6370, and accepting dedicated public uses offered therein except for dedications offered subject to City acceptance of developer installed required improvements - located on the west side of North Chestnut Avenue between East Shepherd Avenue and East Teague Avenue (Council District 6).

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

        Attachments
      27. Passed
        Action Item

        Bill (for Introduction) - Adding Article 24 to Chapter 10 of the Fresno Municipal Code, relating to removing squatters from short-term rentals and hotels.

        TABLED

        Attachments
      28. Passed
        Action Item

        Approve a First Amendment to the Affordable Housing Agreement between the City of Fresno and Corporation for Better Housing to modify the number of affordable units at the Senior Affordable Rental Housing Project located at 4323-4333 North Blackstone Avenue

        APPROVED ON CONSENT CALENDAR

        Attachments
      29. Passed
        Action Item

        *** RESOLUTION - To provide a temporary moratorium on the issuance of new unaltered dog licenses (Subject To Mayor’s Veto).

        On motion of President Perea, seconded by Councilmember Bredefeld, that the above Action Item be TABLED TO JUNE 20, 2024. The motion carried by the following vote:

        Attachments
      30. Agenda Ready
        Closed Session Item

        CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION - Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2): 1 potential case.

        DISCUSSED

      23 new matters since 7 days ago

      Filters for matters
      1. Agenda Ready
        Discussion Item

        Active Transportation Advisory Committee Logo (Draft)

        Attachments

      2. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to the 2023-2024 #CaliforniansForAll Youth Service Corps AB 540 Pilot Program. 1. Accept the 2023-2024 #CaliforniansForAll Youth Service Corps AB 540 Pilot Program Grant in the Amount of $750,000. 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute the Grant Acceptance Agreement and related documents on behalf of the City, subject to approval as to form by the City Attorney.
      3. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Approval of City Council meeting minutes for the June 6, 2024, regular meeting / budget hearing, June 7, 2024, special meeting, June 12, 2024, budget hearing, June 12, 2024, special meeting and June 13, 2024 regular meeting.
      4. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(2): 1 potential case
      5. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Government Code Section 54956.9, subdivision (d)(4): 1 potential case
      6. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to increasing contracting authority for Councilmembers, the City Manager, and the City Attorney: ***BILL-19 (Intro’d June 20, 2024) (For Adoption) - Amending Section 4-107 of the Fresno Municipal Code, relating to Contracts Not Requiring Competitive Bidding. (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

        Attachments

      7. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Presentation Honoring Raj Singh Badhesha for His Distinguished Service
      8. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        ***RESOLUTION- Declaring APNs 467-073-05T, -06T, -07T, -16T and 467-081-16T to be surplus and directing staff to comply with the Surplus Land Act (Subject to Mayor’s Veto).

        Attachments

      9. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Fresno Animal Center presents “Pet of the Month”
      10. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to adopting a five-year plan for residential solid waste service charges in accordance with Proposition 218: 1. Adopt a finding that the proposed actions are exempt from environmental review under a statutory exemption to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for rates, tolls, fares, and charges (pursuant to Public Resources Code section 21080(b)(8) and CEQA Guidelines section 15273) 2. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting a Five-Year Rate Plan for Residential Solid Waste Service Charges in Accordance with California Constitution Article XIIID (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 3. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting a Solid Waste Affordability Credit Program (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 4. ***RESOLUTION - Adopting the 584th Amendment to the Master Fee Schedule Resolution No. 80-420 to adjust residential solid waste rates in the Solid Waste Rates Section (Subject to Mayor’s Veto) 5. ***RESOLUTION - Approving an interfund loan agreement between the Sewer System Rate Stabilization Connection Fee (CIP Reserve) Fund and the Solid Waste Management Division Solid Waste Operating Enterprise Fund in the amount of $5 million (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

        Attachments

      11. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Approve the reappointments of Ron Sheppard, Rey Villarreal, Birdevinder Rickie Dhillon, and Chenier Derrick to the Disability Advisory Commission to terms ending June 30, 2026. Approve the reappointment of Kristi Lawrence to the Fresno Mosquito and Vector Control District to a term ending June 30, 2028. Approve the reappointment of Katie Botello to the Fresno/Clovis Community Media Authority to a term ending June 30, 2026. Approve the reappointment of Todd Cregar to the Civil Service Board to a term ending June 30, 2028. Approve the reappointments of Shannon McCulligh and Katie Wilbur to the Mobile Home Rent and Stabilization Commission to terms ending June 30, 2028. Approve the appointment of Gurdeep Shergill to the Planning Commission to a term ending June 30, 2028. Approve the appointment of Rose Caglia to the Parks, Recreation, and Arts Commission to a term ending July 1, 2028.

        Attachments

      12. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        ***RESOLUTION - Authorizing the City to accept $20 million in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Section 108 Loan Guarantee funds for the development of a Senior Activity Center; and authorizing the City Manager or designee to sign all necessary implementing documents required by HUD (Subject to Mayor’s veto)

        Attachments

      13. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        Actions pertaining to the emergency repair of the South Fruit Avenue sewer trunk main (Council District 3): 1. Adopt Environment Assessment No. 5984-240627, dated June 27, 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; 2. ***RESOLUTION - Declaring an urgent necessity for the preservation of life, health, and property; and authorizing the City Manager or designee, to enter into agreements without advertised competitive bidding for the emergency repair of the South Fruit Avenue sewer trunk main. (Requires 5 Affirmative Votes) (Subject to Mayor’s Veto)

        Attachments

      14. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        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.

        Attachments

      15. Agenda Ready
        Action Item

        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.

        Attachments

      16. Agenda Ready
        Discussion Item

        FAX ADA Transition Update by Kristopher Grey, Projects Administrator