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Council Youth Services Committee

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    2024-25 Youth Advisory Committee Applicant Selection and Recommendation

    Forward a recommendation to the City Council to approve the reappointing of nine current Youth Advisory Committee members and to appoint six new members and 10 members-at-large to the Youth Advisory Committee for the 2024-25 term.

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City Council

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    Closed Session

    Conference with Labor Negotiators (Government Code Section 54957.6) - Agency Designated Representatives: City of Mountain View Assistant City Manager Arn Andrews, Human Resources Director Maxine Gullo, Human Resources Manager Lindsey Bishop and Charles Sakai - Sloan Sakai Yeung and Wong LLP; Employee Associations: Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Local 521; the EAGLES Association; the Police Officers Association (POA); the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF), Local 1965; Unrepresented Fire Managers; Unrepresented Police Managers; Unrepresented Department Heads; and Unrepresented Confidential Employees
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    Presentation

    Recognition of Outgoing Youth Advisory Committee (YAC)

    Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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    Presentation

    Mental Health Awareness Proclamation

    Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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    Presentation

    Bike Month Proclamation
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    Consent Calendar

    Downtown Utility Improvements, Project 22-41 - Various Actions

    1. Find that in accordance with California Environmental Quality Act requirements, Downtown Utility Improvements, Project 22-41, is categorically exempt as Class 2, Replacement or Reconstruction, under CEQA Guidelines Section 15302. 2. Approve the removal and mitigation for one Heritage tree at a 2:1 tree replacement ratio with 24” box trees for Downtown Utility Improvements, Project 22-41. 3. Approve plans and specifications for Downtown Utility Improvements, Project 22-41, and authorize staff to advertise the project for bids. 4. Authorize the City Manager or designee to award the construction contract to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder if the bid is within the total project budget of $12,360,000.

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    Consent Calendar

    Mountain View Child-Care Center Operator Agreement Extension

    Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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    Consent Calendar

    Downtown Precise Plan Comprehensive Update, Project 20-66 - Professional Services Agreement

    1. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute a professional services agreement with Raimi + Associates, Inc. (California Business Entity No. 2895030), to prepare a Downtown Precise Plan Comprehensive Update and to perform associated California Environmental Quality Act work in an amount not to exceed $2 million. 2. Transfer and appropriate $2,582,000 from the Development Services Fund Land Use Document Fees to Downtown Precise Plan Update, Project 20-66, and transfer $1,750,000 from Project 20-66 to the Construction/Conveyance Tax Fund, for a total Project 20-66 budget of $2,582,000. (Five votes required) Project Managers: Diana Pancholi

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    Consent Calendar

    California Street (West) Complete Street Improvements, Pilot, Project 21-40 - Various Actions

    1. Find that in accordance with California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements, California Street (West) Complete Street Improvements, Pilot, Project 21-40, is categorically exempt as Class 1, Maintenance and Minor Alteration of Existing Public Facilities, under CEQA Guidelines Section 15301. 2. Transfer and appropriate $2,870,000 from the CIP Reserve Fund to California Street (West) Complete Street Improvements, Pilot, Project 21-40. (Five votes required) 3. Approve plans and specifications for California Street (West) Complete Street Improvements, Pilot, Project 21-40, and authorize staff to advertise the project for bids. 4. Authorize the City Manager or designee to award a construction contract to the lowest responsible bidder if the bid is within the project budget of $4,630,000. 5. Authorize the City Manager or designee to amend the professional services agreement with BKF Engineers, a California corporation (Entity No. 3696846), to provide additional design services for California Street (West) Complete Street Improvements, Pilot, Project 21-40, to add $40,000 for a total not-to-exceed amount of $520,000.

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    Consent Calendar

    Annual Street Maintenance (Middlefield Road Complete Streets), Project 22-01 - Professional Services Agreement

    Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute a professional services agreement with Siegfried Engineering, a California corporation (Business Entity No. 526212), to provide design and construction support services for Middlefield Road Complete Streets, Project 22-01, in a not-to-exceed amount of $800,000.

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    Consent Calendar

    Street Resurfacing and Slurry Seal Program (Leong Drive and Fairchild Drive), Project 21-01, and Sylvan Park Trellis Replacement and Sand Volleyball Court, Projects 21-47 and 21-46 - Construction Acceptance

    1. Accept Street Resurfacing and Slurry Seal Program (Leong Drive and Fairchild Drive), Project 21-01, and authorize the final contract payment. 2. Accept Sylvan Park Trellis Replacement and Sand Volleyball Court, Projects 21-47 and 21-46, and authorize the final contract payment.

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    Council Policy A-13, City Council Meetings, Revision to Section 14, Study Sessions

    Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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    Consent Calendar

    Amend Americans with Disabilities Act Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan Professional Services Agreement

    1. Adopt A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mountain View Amending the Fiscal Year 2023-24 Budget to Appropriate Thirty-Four Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty Dollars ($34,730) From the General Non-Operating Fund for the Development of an Americans with Disabilities Act Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan, to be read in title only, further reading waived (Attachment 1 to the Council report). (Five votes required) 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an amendment to the professional services agreement with Bureau Veritas Technical Assessment, LLC, for the development of an Americans with Disabilities Act Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan to increase the maximum compensation by $34,790 for a total contract amount not to exceed $425,739 and extend the term of the contract through December 31, 2024.

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    Consent Calendar

    AB 481 Military Equipment Policy Adoption (Second Reading)

    1. Adopt an Ordinance of the City of Mountain View Repealing Chapter 2, Article IV, Division I, Section 2.69.3 of the Mountain View City Code and Finding That This Action Is Not Subject to the California Environmental Quality Act, to be read in title only, further reading waived (Attachment 1 to the Council report). 2. Adopt an Ordinance of the City of Mountain View Adopting a Military Equipment Use Policy Governing the Funding, Acquisition, and Use of Military Equipment by the Mountain View Police Department Pursuant to California Assembly Bill 481 and Finding That This Action Is Not Subject to the California Environmental Quality Act, to be read in title only, further reading waived (Attachment 2 to the Council report).

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    New Business

    Flock Public Safety Cameras

    1. Authorize the City Manager (or designee) to enter into a one-year agreement with Flock Safety for 24 Flock Safety Automated License Plate Recognition Cameras for an Amount not to Exceed $96,800. 2. Authorize the City Manager (or designee) to renew or extend the agreement with Flock Safety in subsequent years without returning to Council. 3. Authorize the City Manager to modify the agreement to change the number of Flock Safety Automated License Plate Recognition cameras and the location of the cameras within Mountain View as recommended by the Police Department. 4. Appropriate $17,300 into the Police Department General Operating Fund (Five votes required).

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    Public Hearing

    Approve Budget and Award an Energy Services Contract to Syserco Energy Solutions, Inc. to Install Solar Array Systems on Three Public Facilities: Senior Center, Mountain View Sports Pavilion and Whisman Sports Center THIS ITEM WILL NOT BE HEARD ON MAY 28, 2024. THIS ITEM WILL BE RE-NOTICED FOR DISCUSSION ON A FUTURE DATE
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    Presentation

    Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Proclamation

Rental Housing Committee

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    Consent Calendar

    Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act and Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance Financial Expenditures for Fiscal Year 2023-24 through March 31, 2024

    Receive a quarterly overview of Financial Expenditures for Fiscal Year 2023-24 through March 31, 2024, for the Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act and the Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance.

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    Consent Calendar

    Minutes for the April 25, 2024, Rental Housing Committee (RHC) Meeting

    Approve the Rental Housing Committee meeting minutes. Copies of the minutes for the above noted meeting have been delivered to Committee Members and copies are available online.

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    Appeal Hearings of the Rental Housing Committee

    To receive a presentation from staff...

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    Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budgets for the Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act and Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance

    To review and provide feedback on the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Recommended Budget for the administration of the Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act and the Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance. The Fiscal Year 2024-25 Budget is scheduled for adoption at a meeting of the Rental Housing Committee on June 27, 2024. The recommended annual Rental Housing Fee is calculated based on the Budget and will be established by the RHC.

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    Upcoming Workshops and Housing Help Center Dates
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    Presentation

    Expected Future Agenda Items for RHC Meetings:

Public Safety Advisory Board

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    Minutes Approval

    Minutes Approval for April 25, 2024

    If there are no corrections or additions, approve these minutes.

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    Ad Hoc Committee Updates

    Receive informational update(s) from the Board Ad Hoc Committee Member(s), as available.

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    Election of Board Chair

    Nominate and vote to select a Board Chair

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    Consent Calendar

    Election of Board Vice Chair

    Nominate and vote to select a Board Vice Chair

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    Fiscal Year 2024-25 Work Plan Discussion - Step 1

    Review the work plan status for Fiscal Year 2023-24, identify ongoing work plan items that can carry over to the next fiscal year, and discuss potential new items for the Fiscal Year 2024-25 Public Safety Advisory Board (PSAB) Work Plan. This is the first step of a two-step work plan development process.

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    Update Regarding the May 30, 2024 Forum on Future of Community Policing

    Review and provide input on the Ad Hoc Committee recommendations

Administrative Zoning Hearing

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    1080 La Avenida Street, Xin Zhang for Bayside Fencing Club, PL-2023-219; APN: 116-14-109

    Request for a Provisional Use Permit to allow an indoor recreational use (indoor fencing studio) at an existing 19,630 square-foot building, replacing an existing metal fabrication use on a 0.925-acre site; and a determination that the project is categorically exempt pursuant to Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines (“Existing Facilities”). This project is located north of La Avenida St between Armand Dr and Stevens Creek Trail in the P(39) - North Bayshore Precise Plan. Project Manager: Vinson Kwan

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    Public Hearing

    357 Castro Street, Tony Leung for Ocean One Seafood Company, PL-2024-065: APN; 158-23-036

    Request for a Provisional Use Permit to allow a restaurant use in an existing 1,607-square foot commercial tenant space on a 0.29-acre site; and a determination that the project is categorically exempt pursuant to Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines (“Existing Facilities”). This project is located on the east side of Castro St between W Dana St and California St in the P(19) Downtown Precise Plan. Project Manager: Elaheh Kerachian

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Board Of Library Trustees

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    Minutes Approval

    Approval of Minutes from April 15, 2024 meeting

    MOTION - Su/Vogt (M/S) To approve the Minutes from the April 15, 2024, Board of Library Trustees Meeting as presented. Motion carried. Votes taken by roll call.

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    Library Programming Presentation

    Youth, Bookmobile and Collections Manager, Tarri Ryan shared thanks to acknowledge the Friend of the Mountain View Library for their support with supplying program materials. Gave a summary on their focus to provide more early literacy programs, sensory and bilingual story times, tutoring, early elementary and mid-grade programming. Continues to offer STEAM Fridays due to popularity and request from families. Customer Experience and Technology Manager, Ann Collins gave a summary on the different types of programs that are offered at the Library: Tax Assistant Program, the Ukulele, FabMo, Author Talks and Concerts. Emphasizing the Library's goal to provide free space and programs that brings the community together. Programs are planned up to six months in advance with the Library's mission to create, connect and learn being aligned with the City Council goals for the fiscal year. Senior Librarian, Renee Ting gave a summary on the Bookmobile since making its debut in January 2024. The Bookmobile has gain more popularity and positive results with reaching more community members. Books are brought out to be displayed in front of the Bookmobile, with a table and canopy for staff to provide service which includes book pick ups, book returns or issuing library cards. To note, the Bookmobile circulated 3,028 items and issued 150 library cards during their stops. The goal of reaching more community members, providing free services, mini story time and issuing new library cards has been well received by the community but also rewarding for staff to witness the successful outcome with the new Bookmobile.

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    Reference and Information Services Policy

    Board members reviewed the revised draft for the Reference and Information Services Policy. Board members suggested a few edits to the policy and moved to approve the policy as amended.

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    Library Director's Report

    Library Director, Tracy Gray shared updates on the Friends of the Mountain View Public Library book sale and the Fire Department Anniversary Parade commemorating 150 years of service. Great turn out for both events over the weekend. Librarians put together a display case and showcase historical items in the History Center on the second floor in celebration of the Fire Department's Anniversary Parade. The Summer Reading Program will kick off on Saturday, June 1 with the Mayor in attendance. Celebration of Service will be held sometime in mid-September, pending more details from the City Clerk's office.

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    Agenda Setting

    - Fiscal Year Boards and Commission Work Plan (June). - Staff Presentation on different Library roles (June). - Discuss Board meeting for the month of July (June).

Rental Housing Committee

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    Consent Calendar

    Minutes for the June 12, 2023, RHC Meeting

    Approve the Rental Housing Committee meeting minutes. Copies of the minutes for the above noted meeting have been delivered to Committee Members and copies are available online.

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    New Business

    Appeal of Hearing Officer's Decision Regarding Petition M2223001

    Consider the Tentative Appeal Decision and either accept the Tentative Appeal Decision or modify the Tentative Appeal Decision with instructions to staff citing appropriate evidence in the record.

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    Presentation from Housing Department Director, Wayne Chen
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    Study Session: Rent and the Treatment of Utilities in the CSFRA and Ratio Utility Billing Systems

    That the Rental Housing Committee (RHC): ·Receive a presentation on the definition of “rent” and the treatment/inclusion of utilities as part of the rent as stipulated in the Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act (CSFRA). ·Receive information about the use of Ratio Utility Billing Systems (RUBS) by landlords to separately bill utilities for CSFRA tenants, causing monthly fluctuations in rent. ·Receive a summary of the results of the stakeholder meetings held February 28, 2023 (Landlord meeting), March 2, 2023 (Tenant meeting) and March 21 (General Session) as well as the feedback received during individual meetings. ·Provide initial input on and parameters for developing regulations for consideration by the RHC on the use of RUBS to provide consistent application of the CSFRA requirements regarding lawful rents and rent increases.

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    Quarterly Financial Expenditures FY 2022-23 through June 30, 2023
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    Consent Calendar

    Upcoming Workshops and Housing & Eviction Help Center Dates
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    Consent Calendar

    Expected Future Agenda Items for RHC Meetings: o The RHC meeting for September has been moved from September 18 to September 25, 2023. o Appeal hearings (scheduled for RHC September 25, 2023) o The treatment of Utilities (Ratio Utility Billing Systems) in the CSFRA (scheduled for RHC September 25 2023, and subsequent meeting).

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    2024-25 Youth Advisory Committee Applicant Selection and Recommendation

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    Presentation

    Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Proclamation
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    Public Hearing

    Approve Budget and Award an Energy Services Contract to Syserco Energy Solutions, Inc. to Install Solar Array Systems on Three Public Facilities: Senior Center, Mountain View Sports Pavilion and Whisman Sports Center THIS ITEM WILL NOT BE HEARD ON MAY 28, 2024. THIS ITEM WILL BE RE-NOTICED FOR DISCUSSION ON A FUTURE DATE