The Town of Corte Madera - Marin County, California
AGENDA

CORTE MADERA TOWN COUNCIL
AND THE BOARD OF SANITARY DISTRICT NO. 2, A SUBSIDIARY
DISTRICT TO THE TOWN OF CORTE MADERA
TOWN HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
300 TAMALPAIS DRIVE
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2017
6:30 P.M.
(PLEASE NOTE NEW START TIME FOR TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS)


1.

CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL AND SALUTE TO THE FLAG

2.

OPEN TIME FOR PUBLIC COMMENT


Please confine your comments during this portion of the agenda to matters not already on this agenda.  Speakers will be limited to three (3) minutes unless otherwise specified by the Mayor or the Presiding Officer. 

The public will be given an opportunity to speak on each agenda item at the time it is called.  The Council may discuss and/or take action regarding any or all of the items listed below.  Once the public comment portion of any item on this agenda has been closed by the Council, no further comment from the public will be permitted unless authorized by the Mayor or the council and if so authorized, said additional public comment shall be limited to the provision of information not previously provided to the Council or as otherwise limited by order of the Mayor or Council.



3.

PRESENTATIONS

3.I.

Introduction of New Public Works Staff

Town Manager Todd Cusimano will introduce the following staff members recently hired to fill vacancies in the Public Works Department
Director of Public Works, Peter Brown 
Senior Civil Engineer, Stuart Hayre

4.

CONSENT CALENDAR


The purpose of the Consent Calendar is to group items together which are routine or have been discussed previously and do not require further discussion. They will be approved by a single motion. Any member of the Town Council, Town Staff, or the Public may request removal of an item for discussion. Rescheduling of the item(s) will be at the discretion of the Mayor and Town Council.


4.I.

TOWN ITEMS

4.I.i.

Consideration and Possible Action to Waive Further Reading and Authorize Introduction and/or Adoption of Resolutions and Ordinances by Title Only.

(Standard procedural action – no backup information provided)



 
4.I.ii.

Second Reading and Possible Action to Adopt the Following Ordinances:

a. Second Reading and Possible Action to Adopt Ordinance 973, an Ordinance of the Town of Corte Madera Approving a Development Agreement Between the Town of Corte Madera and  Corte Madera Village, LLC
(Report from Phil Boyle, Senior Planner)


b. Second Reading and Possible Action to Adopt Ordinance 974, an Ordinance of the Town of Corte Madera Amending the Official Zoning Map of the Town of Corte Madera Dated August, 1994 by Changing the Zoning Designation of the Gravel Lot (APN 024-032-19) from Parks, Open Space and Natural Habitat (POS) to Regional Shopping District (C-2).
(Report from Phil Boyle, Senior Planner)

4.I.iii.

Consideration and Possible Action to Approve Amendment to Annual Listing of Expiring Terms on Town Boards, Commissions and Committees During 2018 that was Approved by the Town Council on December 5, 2017 in Compliance With the Maddy Act

(Report from Rebecca Vaughn, Town Clerk/Assistant to the Town Manager)
4.I.iv.

Consideration And Possible Action To Adopt Resolution No. 62/2017 Authorizing The Filing Of An Application For Funding Assigned To The Metropolitan Transportation Commission And Committing Any Necessary Matching Funds And Stating Assurance To Complete The Central Marin Regional Pathway Gap Closure Project.

(Report from Stuart Hayre, Senior Civil Engineer)
4.I.v.

Consideration and Possible Action to Adopt Resolution No. 63/2017 Calling and Giving Notice of a General Municipal Election to be Held in the Town of Corte Madera on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 for the Election of Three Members of the Corte Madera Town Council; Requesting the Board of Supervisors of the County of Marin to Consolidate Said Election with Any Other Election Conducted on Said Date, and Requesting Election Services by the Marin County Elections Department

(Report from Rebecca Vaughn, Town Clerk/Assistant to the Town Manager)
4.I.vi.

Receive and File Revenue and Expenditure Report for November 2017

(Report from Daria Carrillo, Finance Director)
4.I.vii.

Consideration and Possible Approval of Warrants and Payroll for the Period 11/01/17 through 11/15/17: Warrant Check Numbers 217383 through 217481; Payroll Check Numbers 5638 through 5645; Payroll Direct Deposit Numbers 33370 through 33441 and Payroll Wire Transfer Numbers 2238 through 2241.

(Report from George T. Warman, Jr., Director of Administrative Services/Town Treasurer)
4.I.viii.

Consideration and Possible Approval of Warrants and Payroll for the Period 11/16/17 through 11/29/17: Warrant Check Numbers 217482 through 217565; Payroll Check Numbers 5646 through 5660; Payroll Direct Deposit Numbers 33442 through 33562 and Payroll Wire Transfer Numbers 2242 through 2249.

(Report from George T. Warman, Jr., Director of Administrative Services/Town Treasurer)
 
4.I.ix.

Consideration and Possible Approval of Warrants and Payroll for the Period 11/30/17 through 12/13/17: Warrant Check Numbers 217566 through 217708; Payroll Check Numbers 5661 through 5668; Payroll Direct Deposit Numbers 33563 through 33627; Payroll Wire Transfer Numbers 2250 through 2253 and Wire Transfer of 1/02/18.

(Report from George T. Warman, Jr., Director of Administrative Services/Town Treasurer)
4.I.x.

Consideration and Possible Approval of Minutes of December 5, 2017 Town Council Meeting

4.II.

SANITARY DISTRICT ITEMS


4.II.i.

Consideration and Possible Action to Accept Ad-Hoc Committee’s Recommended Group 4 Revisions to the Central Marin Sanitation Agency (CMSA) Joint Powers Authority (JPA) Agreement

(Report from Todd Cusimano, District Manager)
5.

PUBLIC HEARINGS


5.I.

(This item has been continued to the January 16, 2018 Regular Town Council Meeting)


Consideration and Possible Action to Adopt Resolution Amending Fees and Rates for Advanced Life Support (ALS) and Basic Life Support (BLS) Services and Supplies 

(Report from Scott Shurtz, Fire Chief)
6.

BUSINESS ITEMS


6.I.

Continuation of Discussion from December 5, 2017 Town Council Meeting Regarding Possible Action to Change Mayor and Town Council Reorganization Procedure

(Report from Rebecca Vaughn, Town Clerk/Assistant to the Town Manager)
6.II.

Study Session and Possible Direction to Staff Regarding Noise Ordinance Update and Leaf Blower Regulations

(Report from Todd Cusimano, Town Manager)
6.III.

Discussion Regarding A Pension Stabilization Trust And Consideration And Possible Action On The Following:


(1) Approve Resolution No. 64/2017 – Adoption Of A Section 115 Pension Stabilization Trust Administered By Keenan;
(2) Approve The Town Joining The California Public Entities Board Of Authority;
(3) Appoint Town Staff As A Representative And Alternate To The Board Of Authority;
(4) Designate An Investment Strategy For The Section 115 Pension Stabilization Trust; And
(5) Approve The Transfer Of $366,000 Into The Section 115 Pension Stabilization Trust

(Report from Daria Carrillo, Finance Director)
 
6.IV.

Discussion And Possible Direction To Staff Regarding:


(1) Review Of Architectural Plans Regarding Potential Renovations To Community Center;
(2) Authorization For The Town Manager To Continue With The Recommended Plan; And
(3) Authorization For The Town Manager To Proceed With A Supplemental Budget Appropriation Up To $160,000

(Report from Todd Cusimano, Town Manager)
7.

TOWN MANAGER AND COUNCIL REPORTS

 -  Town Manager Report
- Report on Alta Terrace Utilities Work
 -  Council Reports
      

8.

REVIEW OF DRAFT AGENDA FOR UPCOMING TOWN COUNCIL MEETING

8.I.

Review of Draft Agenda for January 16, 2018 Town Council Meeting

9.

REORGANIZATION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL

(This item is tentative, Pending Discussion and Possible Action by the Town Council Regarding Business Item 6.I.i )

9.I.

Election of Mayor

9.II.

Election of Vice Mayor

10.

ADJOURNMENT

TOWN COUNCIL STAFF REPORTS ARE USUALLY AVAILABLE BY 5:00 P.M., FRIDAY PRIOR TO THE COUNCIL MEETING, AND MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE CORTE MADERA TOWN HALL, OR BY CALLING 927-5050. AGENDA ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW AT CORTE MADERA LIBRARY, FIRE STATION 13 (5600 PARADISE DRIVE) AND THE TOWN HALL.  IF YOU CHALLENGE THE ACTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL IN COURT, YOU MAY BE LIMITED TO RAISING ONLY THOSE ISSUES YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE RAISED AT THE PUBLIC HEARING DESCRIBED IN THIS AGENDA, OR IN WRITTEN CORRESPONDENCE DELIVERED TO THE TOWN CLERK, AT OR PRIOR TO THE PUBLIC HEARING.

Any member of the public may request placement of an item on the agenda by submitting a request to the Town Clerk. The public is encouraged to contact the Town Manager at 415-927-5050 for assistance on any item between Council meetings.


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