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Planning Commission

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    Appeals/Public Hearings

    TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP FOR CONDOMINIUM PURPOSES AT 3548 GRANGE AVENUE (APN 111-400-27) (APPLICATION NO. P22-0437)

    RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends the Planning Commission: 1. Find no further environmental review is necessary from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as the project is categorically exempt pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15315 (Minor Land Divisions) and Section 15332, (In-fill Development Projects); and 2. Adopt a Resolution approving the proposed Tentative Parcel Map for Condominium purposes, Design Review and Administrative Exception based on findings and subject to conditions of approval herein.

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    Appeals/Public Hearings

    REQUEST FOR A USE PERMIT TO ALLOW THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CEMETERY ON THE GROUNDS OF THE EXISTING CANO FUNERAL HOME, LOCATED AT 2164 EAST DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BOULEVARD (P24-0005) (APN: 171-370-03)

    RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends that the Planning Commission adopt a resolution: 1) Finding that no further environmental review is necessary for the project pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15183 (Projects Consistent with a Community Plan, General Plan, or Zoning) of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations; and 2) Approving the request for a Commission Use Permit to allow the development of an approximate 3.9οΏ½-acre cemetery, in accordance with the findings and subject to the conditions in the proposed Resolution.

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Water Advisory Group

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    Council Water Committee

    ** Cancelled **

      Parks And Recreation Commission

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        APPROVAL OF MINUTES

        RECOMMENDATION Approve the Parks & Recreation Regular Meeting minutes of May 20, 2024

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        PARKS REPORT

        RECOMMENDATION Information Item Only

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        RECREATION REPORT

        RECOMMENDATION Informational Item Only Recreation staff to provide informational updates on Youth Sports, Mobile Recreation, Aquatics, Cooling Zones, Fireworks Safety Demonstrations, and the Public Art Mural Program.

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        STOCKTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

        RECOMMENDATION Information Item Only

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        LINCOLN UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

        RECOMMENDATION Information Item Only

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        LODI UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

        RECOMMENDATION Information Item Only

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        MANTECA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

        RECOMMENDATION Information Item Only

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        SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY PARKS

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      City Council/successor Agency To The Redevelopment Agency/public Financing Authority/parking Authority Concurrent

      Closed Session 4:00 Pm :: Regular Session 5:30 Pm

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        CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR

        Agency Designated Representative: City Manager Harry Black Employee Organizations: Unrepresented Units, Stockton City Employees' Association, Operating Engineer's Local 3, Mid-Management/Supervisory Level Unit, Unrepresented Management/Confidential, Law Department, Stockton Police Management Association, Stockton Firefighters Local 456 International Association of Firefighters, Stockton Fire Management, Stockton Police Officers' Association (SPOA) This Closed Session is authorized pursuant to section 54957.6(a) of the Government Code.

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        Closed Session

        PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:

        City Manager This Closed Session is authorized pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b).

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        Closed Session

        PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:

        City Attorney This Closed Session is authorized pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b).

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        Closed Session

        PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:

        Interim City Clerk This Closed Session is authorized pursuant to Government Code section 54957(b).

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        COUNCIL AD-HOC COMMITTEE ON HOMELESSNESS

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that City Council adopt a resolution reestablishing an Ad-Hoc Homelessness Committee to serve in an advisory capacity and review proposals and progress on the efforts toward addressing homelessness within the City.

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        Consent

        ADOPT A RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED SPENDING IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,000,000 THROUGH THE WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Authorize the City Manager to execute a grant agreement with the United States Department of Labor in the amount of $1,000,000; 2. Authorize the City Manager to appropriate grant revenues and expenditures in the amount of $1,000,000 and; 3. Authorize the City Manager to execute and manage contractor agreements and consultant agreements in amounts consistent with the Grant Agreement. It is also recommended that the City Council authorize the City Manager to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of the resolution.

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        APPROVE AMENDMENT TO CITY COUNCIL POLICY MANUAL CHAPTER 2.06 - COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS GUIDELINES

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that City Council approve by resolution an amendment to the City Council Policy Manual Chapter 2.06 - Council Communication by adding a policy defining the use of City Council letterhead.

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        ADOPT A RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT, ALLOCATE AND APPROPRIATE GRANT FUNDS FROM THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES IN THE AMOUNT OF $1,000,000, FOR PEOPLE / ADULTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES VOCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Accept and appropriate funds in the amount of $1,000,000 from the California Department of Developmental Services, pursuant to 2023-24 California Budget Bill Jr. (Assembly Bill 102, Chapter 38, Statutes of 2023), Section 19.565 (d)(2). 2. Approve the allocation of funds in accordance with the requirements of the Grant Agreement for vocational opportunities for people/adults with intellectual disabilities. 3. Authorize the City Manager, or designee, to enter into and execute any associated documents and take all appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution, including contracts with the granting authority and sub-recipient(s).

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        APPROVE SALE OF EXEMPT SURPLUS REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 435 DON CARLOS AVENUE

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution: 1) Authorizing the filing of Notice of Exemption No. 37-23 under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the disposition of exempt surplus real property located at 435 Don Carlos Avenue, APN 079-053-16. 2) Authorizing the disposition of the City-owned parcel located at 435 Don Carlos Avenue to Maurilio, Flora, and Luis Arroyo in the amount of $5,000. 3) Authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute the Purchase and Sale Agreement with Maurilio, Flora, and Luis Arroyo. 4) Authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to take all necessary and appropriate actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution.

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        RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AGREEMENT WITH ANCHOR QEA, LLC TO PROVIDE CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR THE MAINTENANCE DREDGING OF BUCKLEY COVE INLET

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the Stockton City Council adopt a Resolution: 1. Authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to execute an agreement with Anchor QEA, LLC (Exhibit 1 to the proposed Resolution), in the amount not to exceed $489,801 to provide consulting services for the maintenance dredging of the inlet located at 4911 Buckley Cove Way.οΏ½ 2. Authorizing a budget amendment to appropriate additional funds from the Boat Launching Facilities fund balance in the amount of $189,801; 3. Finding an exception to the competitive bidding process pursuant to SMC Section 3.68.070 through use of a competitive request for proposals; and 4. Authorizing the City Manager, or designee, to take all appropriate actions to carry out the purpose and intent of the Resolution.

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        Consent

        APPROVE A MOTION TO AMEND THE PRE-EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND AND PERSONNEL INVESTIGATION SERVICE AGREEMENTS WITH THE GUMSHOE GROUP AND DR ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council approve a motion to: 1. Authorize the City Manager to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Services Agreement with The Gumshoe Group in the amount of $479,600 to provide additional preemployment background and personnel investigation services for a total contract amount not to exceed $689,600; 2. Authorize the City Manager to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with DR Associates to reduce the not to exceed amount by $75,000 for preemployment background and personnel investigation services; 3. Authorize the City Manager to reallocate funds between preemployment background and personnel investigation agreements with DR Associates International and The Gumshoe Group as needed; 4. Authorize the expanded use of each agreement to include the Human Resources Department; 5. Authorize the City Manager to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this motion.

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        APPROVE RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH NEW CLASSIFICATION SPECIFICATIONS AND PROPOSED SALARY RANGES FOR EVENTS TECHNICIAN I/II, EVENTS COORDINATOR, AND EVENTS MANAGER

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution establishing the following new classification specifications for the Economic Development Department (EDD) and assign the associated salary ranges. JOB SPEC DEPARTMENT CLASS/UNCLASS UNION FLSA Events Technician I/II EDD Unclassified SCEA non-exempt Events Coordinator EDD Unclassified B&C exempt Events Manager EDD Unclassified B&C exempt

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        Consent

        ADOPT A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER NO. 5 WITH EVOQUA WATER TECHNOLOGIES

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to approve Contract Change Order (CCO) No. 5 with Evoqua Water Technologies LLC (Exhibit 1 to the Resolution) to extend the contract to August 31, 2024, for the payment of outstanding invoices in the amount of $30,063.74 and ratify the payment of charges for goods and services for a total not-to-exceed amount of $2,622,254. It is further recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take all necessary and appropriate actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution.

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        Consent

        APPROVE FINDINGS AND RATIFY FINAL EXPENSES FOR THE SALVAGE AND DISPOSAL OF THE SUNKEN TUGBOAT MAZAPETA

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Approve findings pursuant to Stockton Municipal Code section 3.68.070 in support of an exception to the competitive bidding process. 2. Ratify the final expenses in the amount of $491,178.50 to Lind Marine of Petaluma, California, and associated contractors, for all costs related to the salvage and disposal of the sunken tugboat Mazapeta. It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution.

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        Consent

        APPROVE FINDINGS AND AWARD AN ENGINEERING SERVICES CONTRACT TO SCHAAF & WHEELER CONSULTING CIVIL ENGINEERS FOR THE DESIGN OF THE LINCOLN STREET PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN PROJECT

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Approve findings pursuant to Stockton Municipal Code section 3.68.070 in support of an exception to the competitive bidding process. 2. Authorize a Professional Engineering Services Contract in the amount of $853,250 with Schaaf & Wheeler Consulting Civil Engineers of Santa Clara, CA, for the design of the Lincoln Street Pump Station and Force Main Project, UW24005 (Exhibit 1 to the Resolution). It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution.

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        APPROVE A MOTION TO AUTHORIZE A CONTRACT EXTENSION FOR FIRE AND SECURITY ALARM SYSTEM INSTALLATION, MONITORING, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, INSPECTION, AND TESTING

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council approve a motion to: 1. Approve findings pursuant to Stockton Municipal Code section 3.68.070 in support of an exception to the competitive bidding process. 2. Authorize the City Manager to execute a three-year extension to the Service Contract with Bay Alarm Company of Stockton, CA, in the amount of $1,365,041.16, for a new total not to exceed amount of $2,635,003.76 for Fire and Security Alarm System Installation, Monitoring, Maintenance, Repair, Inspection, and Testing. 3. Authorize an additional contingency of $350,000 for upgrades and expansions of new fire, camera, and security alarm systems anticipated throughout the life of the Service Contract. It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this motion.

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        APPROVE MOTION TO AWARD A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT FOR THE SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL SIDEWALK GAP CLOSURE PROJECT

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council approve a motion to: 1. Approve findings pursuant to Stockton Municipal Code section 3.68.070 in support of an exception to the competitive bidding process. 2. Award a Professional Services Contract to R.E.Y. Engineers, Inc. of Folsom, CA, in the amount of $389,959, for design of the Safe Routes to School Sidewalk Gap Closure, Project No. WT19013/Federal Project No. ATPSB1L-5008(187). It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this motion.

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        Consent

        APPROVE MOTION TO AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF SIX CONTACTLESS PARK RESTROOMS

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council approve a motion to: 1. Approve findings pursuant to Stockton Municipal Code section 3.68.070 in support of an exception to the competitive bidding process. 2. Approve the purchase of five Contactless Park Restrooms for 1.7 Touchless Restrooms, Project No. WP22016, from Exeloo Corporation of San Luis Obispo, CA, in the amount of $1,277,200.96. 3. Approve the purchase of one Contactless Park Restroom for Sousa Park Restroom, Project No. WP24032, from Exeloo Corporation of San Luis Obispo, CA, in the amount of $243,514.72. It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this motion.

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        ADOPT RESOLUTION TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS AND AWARD A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT FOR THE VISION ZERO ACTION PLAN

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Appropriate funds in the amount of $161,500 from the Measure K Fund Balance to the Vision Zero Action Plan, Project No. WT23042. 2. Appropriate funds in the amount of $646,000 from the Safe Streets and Roads for All Action Plan grant program to the Vision Zero Action Plan, Project No. WT23042. 3. Approve findings pursuant to Stockton Municipal Code section 3.68.070 in support of an exception to the competitive bidding process. 4. Award a Professional Services Contract to Fehr and Peers of Stockton, CA, in the amount of $539,186.42, for professional services to develop a Vision Zero Action Plan, Project No. WT23042. It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution.

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        ADOPT RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT CENTER EQUIPMENT UPGRADE PROJECT

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Transfer funds in the amount of $300,000 from the Traffic Signal Control System, Project No. WT15022, to the Transportation Management Center Equipment Upgrade, Project No. WT21010/Federal Project No. CML-5008(191). 2. Transfer funds in the amount of $371,550.78 from the Traffic Signal Modification, Project No. WT15029, to the Transportation Management Center Equipment Upgrade, Project No. WT21010/Federal Project No. CML-5008(191). 3. Approve Notice of Exemption No. NOE49-23 under the California Environmental Quality Act for the Transportation Management Center Equipment Upgrade, Project No. WT21010/Federal Project No. CML-5008(191). 4. Approve the plans and specifications for the Transportation Management Center Equipment Upgrade, Project No. WT21010/Federal Project No. CML-5008(191). 5. Award a Construction Contract in the amount of $3,845,696.33 to Econolite Systems, Inc. of Fremont, CA, for the Transportation Management Center Equipment Upgrade, Project No. WT21010/Federal Project No. CML-5008(191). It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution.

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        ADOPT RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THE STOCKTON CITY HALL PARKING LOT PROJECT

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Appropriate funds in the amount of $200,000 from the Public Facility Fee - Air Quality Program to the New City Hall Renovations and Relocation, Project No. E016015. 2. Transfer funds in the amount of $200,000 from the Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Program, Project No. WC17001, to the New City Hall Renovations and Relocation, Project No. E016015. 3. Approve Professional Services Contract Amendment No. 4 in the amount of $358,940 with Griffin Structures, Inc. of Santa Clara, CA, for construction management services for the New City Hall Renovations and Relocation, Project No. E016015, and the Stockton City Hall Parking Lot, Project No. E016015-A. 4. Approve the plans and specifications for the Stockton City Hall Parking Lot, Project No. E016015-A. 5. Approve Notice of Exemption No. NOE1-23 under the California Environmental Quality Act for the Stockton City Hall Parking Lot, Project No. E016015-A. 6. Award a Construction Contract in the amount of $4,401,044.10 to DSS Company dba Knife River Construction of Stockton, CA, for the Stockton City Hall Parking Lot, Project No. E016015-A. It is also recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of this resolution.

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      22. Agenda Ready
        Public Hearing

        PUBLIC HEARING TO ADOPT THE FISCAL YEAR 2024-25 ANNUAL BUDGET; APPROVE THE 2024-2029 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN; APPROVE THE FY 2024-25 FEE SCHEDULE; APPROVE THE FY 2024-25 CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTIONAL APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT; ADOPT THE FY 2024-25 ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE PARKING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF STOCKTON; ADOPT THE FY 2024-25 ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE FORMER STOCKTON REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council approve a resolution to: 1. Adopt the Fiscal Year (FY) 2024-25 Annual Budget, the 2024-2029 Capital Improvement Plan, and the FY 2024-25 Fee Schedule, 2. Adopt the FY 2024-25 California Constitutional (Gann) Appropriations Limit, 3. Approve other administrative and financial actions. And it is recommended that the Parking Authority of the City of Stockton (Parking Authority) approve a resolution to: 1. Adopt the FY 2024-25 Annual Budget for the Parking Authority (Exhibit 1 to the Parking Authority resolution). And it is recommended that the Successor Agency to the former Stockton Redevelopment Agency (Successor Agency) approve a resolution to: 1. Adopt the FY 2024-25 Annual Budget for the Successor Agency to the former Stockton Redevelopment Agency (Exhibit 1 to the Successor Agency resolution). It is further recommended that the City Manager be authorized to take appropriate and necessary actions to carry out the purpose and intent of the resolutions.

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      23. Agenda Ready
        Public Hearing

        REQUEST FOR ZONING MAP AMENDMENT (REZONING) OF APPROXIMATELY 0.80-ACRES AT 709 NORTH CENTER STREET (APN 137-180-30) (P23-0251)

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that City Council adopt an Ordinance approving a Zoning Map Amendment for rezoning approximately 0.80-acres (APN 137-180-30) from Commercial, Neighborhood (CN) to Residential, High Density (RH); based on the findings and subject to the conditions in the proposed resolution.

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      24. Agenda Ready
        Public Hearing

        TEFRA PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE GRAND VIEW VILLAGE APARTMENTS LOCATED AT 240 E MINER AVE AND 240 N HUNTER STREET

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt a resolution to: 1. Renew the approval for the issuance of multifamily housing revenue bonds by the California Municipal Finance Authority for the benefit of VCOR Limited Partnership (Visionary Home Builders), a California limited partnership, to provide for the refinancing of the Grand View Village Apartments project in an amount not to exceed $23,000,000, for the acquisition, construction, improvement and equipping of 75-unit rental housing facility for low-income households, located in Stockton at 240 E Miner Avenue and 240 North Hunter Street. Note: The bonds will not be a debt of the City, nor will they obligate the City in any way. 2. Authorize the City Manager, or designee, to take actions that are necessary and appropriate to carry out the purpose and intent of the resolution.

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        APPROVE THREE RESOLUTIONS AUTHORIZING THE CITY ATTORNEY TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT FOR LEGAL SERVICES WITH THE FIRMS OF REDWOOD PUBLIC LAW, LLP; TELECOM LAW FIRM, PC; AND HANSON BRIDGETT LLP

        RECOMMENDATION It is recommended that the City Council adopt three resolutions approving Agreements for Legal Services with the firms of Redwood Public Law, LLP; Telecom Law Firm, PC; and Hanson Bridgett LLP.

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      Civil Service/equal Employment Commission Concurrent

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        Closed Session

        REVENUE SUPERVISOR (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LIST CERTIFICATION

        RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution certifying the results of the open/promotional examination for Revenue Supervisor.

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        GEOGRAPHICS INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST I (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LIST CERTIFICATION

        RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution certifying the results of the open/promotional examination for Geographics Information Systems Analyst I.

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        REAL PROPERTY AGENT I (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LIST CERTIFICATION

        RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution certifying the results of the open/promotional examination for Real Property Agent I.

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      4. Agenda Ready
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        SENIOR ACCOUNTANT (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LIST CERTIFICATION

        RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution certifying the results of the open/promotional examination for Senior Accountant.

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        SUPERVISING ACCOUNTANT (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LIST CERTIFICATION

        RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution certifying the results of the open/promotional examination for Supervising Accountant.

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        Closed Session

        SUPERVISING FIRE PREVENTION INSPECTOR (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LIST CERTIFICATION

        RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution certifying the results of the open/promotional examination for Supervising Fire Prevention Inspector.

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        Closed Session

        PUBLIC SAFETY INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LIST CERTIFICATION

        RECOMMENDATION Adopt a resolution certifying the results of the open/promotional examination for Public Safety Information Systems Analyst.

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      8. Agenda Ready
        Closed Session

        FIREFIGHTER TRAINEE EMT (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LISTS - REMOVAL OF NAME(S)

        RECOMMENDATION Approve by motion the removal of name(s) from the Firefighter Trainee EMT (Open/Promotional) eligible list.

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        POLICE OFFICER (OPEN/PROMOTIONAL) ELIGIBLE LISTS - REMOVAL OF NAME(S)

        RECOMMENDATION Approve by motion the removal of name(s) from the Police Officer (Open/Promotional) eligible lists.

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        APPROVAL OF COMMISSION MINUTES

        RECOMMENDATION Approve by motion the minutes from the Civil Service Commission meeting of May 16, 2024

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        ANNUAL EQUAL EMPLOYMENT REPORT - COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

        RECOMMENDATION Accept by motion the Annual Equal Employment Report for the Community Development Department.

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        NOTIFICATION OF ACTION TAKEN BY THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES APPROVING ONE NEW CLASSIFICATION: FIRE DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER

        RECOMMENDATION This item is informational only. No action is necessary.

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        NOTIFICATION OF ACTION TAKEN BY THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES TO AMEND THE CLASSIFICATION SPECIFICATION FOR PLAN CHECKER I, PLAN CHECKER II, AND SENIOR PLAN CHECKER

        RECOMMENDATION This item is informational only. No action is required.

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        CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR