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CITY OF ALHAMBRA

AGENDA

ALHAMBRA CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING

JANUARY 23, 2023

MISSION STATEMENT

The City of Alhambra is dedicated to responsive, creative leadership and quality services, ensuring desirable neighborhoods and a supportive business environment, while being sensitive to the diversity of our community.

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Addressing the Council: 

In person: Section 2.04.210 of the Alhambra Municipal Code establishes the procedures for addressing the Council.  Any person wishing to address the Council during the meeting should complete a Speaker Request Card and submit it to the City Clerk so the City Council knows you wish to speak. When called upon by the presiding officer, please step to the podium. 

Via Zoom or Telephone: “Raise your hand” - Members of the public may speak by using the “Raise Hand” function during the public comments portion, if on Zoom or telephone. Staff will unmute speakers participating via Zoom or telephone and announce your name when it is your time to speak. 

Remarks are limited to 5 minutes; however, the presiding officer may either extend or reduce the maximum time to such period of time as the Council may determine.

Standards of Decorum:  Any person addressing the Council who refuses to stop speaking after his/her time has expired or any person who behaves in such a manner as to interfere with or impede the progress of the City Council meeting who, after a request by the presiding officer, refuses to cease such behavior may be removed from the City Council chambers upon direction of the presiding officer.

Enforcement of Decorum: The Chief of Police, or his/her designee, shall be Sergeant-at-Arms of the Council meetings.   The Sergeant-at-Arms shall carry out all orders and instructions given by the presiding officer for the purpose of maintaining order and decorum at the Council meeting.

Persons Authorized to be Within Rail:   No person, except City official or their designees, shall be permitted within the rail in front of the Council Chamber without the express consent of the Council.

Agenda Tracking Numbers: All numbers listed in bold after the title of each Agenda item are City Clerk tracking numbers that are used for filing and research purposes.

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CITY OF ALHAMBRA

AGENDA

Regular Meeting

ALHAMBRA CITY COUNCIL

Council Chambers, 111 South First Street

January 23, 2023

6:00 p.m.

ROLL CALL:                                                                                                                                       

COUNCIL:                   Lee, Maza, Maloney, Pérez, Andrade-Stadler

FLAG SALUTE:           Led by Mayor Andrade-Stadler

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:   We acknowledge that the land on which we are gathered is the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Gabrielino/Tongva peoples. We seek to prioritize respect for the historic culture and contemporary presence of the native peoples throughout California, especially in the greater Los Angeles/Alhambra area. We come with respect and gratitude for the Gabrielino/Tongva people who still consider themselves the caretakers of this land. It is through their examples that we are reminded of our greater responsibility to take care of Mother Earth and to take care of each other.

CEREMONIALS

1. COMMENDATIONS: SPARK OF LOVE TOY DRIVE DONORS – F2M23-3

Mayor Andrade-Stadler and the Alhambra City Council, on behalf of the citizens of Alhambra, wish to recognize and thank the people and organizations that donated to and supported the Alhambra Fire Fighters’ Spark of Love Toy Drive. Their support allowed the City to serve over 314 families during the holiday season. Because of their efforts, children and families were able to experience the love and care of their community and share the joy of the season. The City Council deeply appreciates the support of all the participants which allows the City to continue the toy drive, a wonderful tradition to serve families in our community. Mayor Andrade-Stadler will present commendations to the following Alhambra Spark of Love Toy Drive donors:

ALHAMBRA FIRE DEPARTMENT

ALHAMBRA FIREFIGHTERS’ ASSOCIATION

ALHAMBRA EDUCATION FOUNDATION

ALHAMBRA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

PETSMART ALHAMBRA

TZU CHI FOUNDATION

ALHAMBRA MASONIC LODGE

SPROUTS FARMERS MARKET

COSTCO WHOLESALE

2. COMMENDATIONS: WINNERS OF THE 2022 HOLIDAY HOME DECORATING CONTEST – F2M23-3

Mayor Andrade-Stadler and the Alhambra City Council, on behalf of the citizens of Alhambra, wish to recognize and congratulate the winning contestants from the City’s 2022 Holiday Home Decorating Contest. This contest invited residents to show their sense of community and holiday spirit through the use of holiday decorations on their homes. The winners are to be commended for displaying extraordinary efforts in enhancing and promoting a family-oriented community through their colorful and imaginative holiday displays. Mayor Andrade-Stadler will present commendations to the winners of the 2022 Holiday Home Decorating Contest

THE SALDATE FAMILY

807 Edith Avenue

THE SKIFF FAMILY

2421 Westmont Drive 

THE WU FAMILY

512 Winthrop Drive 

THE ARELLANO FAMILY

428 South Electric Avenue 

THE SARMIENTO FAMILY

324 North Third Street

PRESENTATIONS

3.  APPOINTMENT OF THE CITY’S REPRESENTATIVE TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MOSQUITO & VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT – F2M4-46, R2M23-2

Under the California Health and Safety Code, the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District is a public health agency that is primarily charged with fighting mosquito-borne diseases. The District is governed by a 27-member Board of Trustees, consisting of an appointed representative from each city plus the County of Los Angeles. By letter dated October 17, 2022, the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District requested that the City Council appoint a representative to the Board of Trustees prior to January 13, 2023 due to the expiring term of the City’s current Trustee. Staff contacted the City’s current appointed Trustee, Mr. Stephen Sham, and he wishes to step down from the Board of Trustees at this time. California Health & Safety Code Section 2022(b) provides that each person appointed by a City Council to be a member of the Board of Trustees shall be a voter and resident of the appointing city that is within the district. On January 9, 2023, the City Council considered the appointment of the City’s representative to the Board of Trustees. The Council reviewed a letter of interest submitted by Alhambra resident, Mr. Henry Aviles, and City Manager Binnquist reported that Vice Mayor Maza, although absent from the meeting due to a family emergency, had conveyed to her his interest in serving. Councilmember Pérez also requested clarification on whether it was typical for a Councilmember or a resident to serve on the Board of Trustees. Due to the absence of both Vice Mayor Maza and Mr. Aviles at the meeting, the Council decided to postpone voting on the appointment until this evening’s meeting. Staff researched the composition of the 27-member Board of Trustees currently listed on the SGV Mosquito and Vector Control District website and determined that 17 out of 26 cities have a councilmember serving as their representative on the Board. Staff requests that the City Council select a Councilmember or another voter and resident of the City to represent the City of Alhambra on the Board of Trustees and then adopt a resolution officially appointing the selected representative to either a 2-year or 4-year term.

Recommended Action:        City Council take the following actions: 1) Select a Councilmember or another voter and resident of the City to represent the City of Alhambra on the Board of Trustees of the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District for a 2-year or 4-year term commencing on January 1, 2023; and, 2) Adopt Resolution No. R2M23-2 appointing the selected individual to the Board of Trustees for the new 2-year or 4-year term and authorize the City Clerk to add any language specifically required by the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District to effectuate the appointment.

4.  APPROVE CITY COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS – F2M22-67, M2M23-3

At the December 12, 2022 Council meeting, newly re-elected Councilmembers were sworn-in and the City Council reorganized – meaning the offices of Mayor and Vice Mayor were rotated. After each reorganization of the Council, staff submits a list of the City Council’s appointments to external boards/commissions for approval to ensure the appointments stay current and to ensure that any adjustments are made, if needed. This list was provided to the City Council at the January 9, 2023 meeting. At the January 9, 2023 Council meeting, Councilmember Pérez expressed her interest in representing the City on additional external regional boards/commissions, specifically those with voting membership. After a discussion by Council, it was decided that Councilmember Pérez was to be the City’s Member with respect to the League of California Cities Los Angeles County Division, replacing Mayor Andrade-Stadler. Councilmember Pérez was also to be the City’s Alternate Member with respect to the Clean Power Alliance, replacing Mayor Andrade-Stadler. Additionally, Councilmember Pérez expressed interest in serving as the City’s Representative with respect to SCAG, a position currently held by Vice Mayor Maza. Due to the fact that Vice Mayor Maza was absent from the meeting, the Council decided to postpone their discussion and action on the item. Staff was directed to prepare a report summarizing the discussion and the proposed changes for the Council to consider at the next City Council meeting. A list reflecting all of the current City Council appointments as well as the proposed appointments discussed at the January 9, 2023 meeting has been prepared by staff. 

Recommended Action:        City Council vote to approve the City Council appointments to various external boards/commissions as outlined in the January 23, 2023 report by the City Clerk; and direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Council’s action. (M2M23-3)

5.    2022 CITY ACCOMPLISHMENTS REPORT - F2M18-35

Staff will outline the 2022 Accomplishments Report which highlights many of the past  year’s achievements. The accomplishments align with the City’s Strategic Plan, which is prioritized to reflect the community’s core values. The Report is intended to heighten community awareness of new and ongoing activities and projects.

Recommended Action:        City Council receive and file the informational report.

6.  COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS TO THE CONSULTANT SELECTION AND PROJECT MONITORING SUBCOMMITTEE FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY PLAN – F2M22-64, M2M23-14

On February 9, 2023, proposals will be due from consultants for the development of Alhambra’s Comprehensive Environmental Sustainability Plan (RFP2M22-21). The Sustainability Plan is intended to provide a long-term transformational roadmap for the City to promote best practices to achieve sustainability; address the challenges associated with environmental quality issues and community health; and enhance Alhambra as an environmentally healthy, economically strong, and socially fair community to live, work, play and invest.  Because of the extensive scope of work associated with this project, staff is recommending one and/or two Council Members provide support to the City’s consultant selection process and project monitoring. In this regard, Council involvement will provide valuable opportunity to successfully guide the plan document toward completion and in alignment with the City’s strategic vision and report updates to the entire Council.                

Recommended Action:        City Council appoint one and/or two Councilmembers to serve on the Consultant Selection and Project Monitoring Subcommittee for Alhambra’s Comprehensive Environmental Sustainability Plan. (M2M23-14)

CONSENT AGENDA (Item Nos. 7 – 17)

All items listed under the Consent Agenda are considered by the City Council to be routine and will be enacted by one motion unless a citizen or Council member requests otherwise; in which case, the item will be removed for separate consideration.

7.   RESOLUTION APPROVING THE APPLICATION FOR SPECIFIED GRANT FUNDS FROM THE 2022-23 CALIFORNIA STATE BUDGET FOR PARK PROJECTS – F2M23-18, R2M23-4, M2M23-9

On March 30, 2022, staff submitted a funding request to California Assemblymember Mike Fong for high-priority projects, including a pocket park at Hellman and Fremont, an upgraded xeriscape garden at Burke Heritage Park, book lockers and wi-fi service at selected City parks, and electric vehicle charging stations at selected City parks. Subsequently, the City was notified that the application was selected for funding in the amount of $1,700,000 as specified in the 2022/23 California State Budget Sec. 19.56(b)(1)(Y). The State Department of Parks and Recreation was delegated responsibility by the State Legislature to administer the grant to the City. The State Department of Parks and Recreation requires an official resolution by the City Council which provides authority to proceed with the application and receipt of grant funds pursuant to the policies and procedures for local assistance specified grants. 

Recommended Action:        City Council approve an application for specified grants from the 2022/23 California State Budget; adopt Resolution No. R2M23-4 entitled: Resolution of the City Council of the City of Alhambra approving application(s) for specified grant funds from the 2022/23 California State Budget, Sec. 19.56(b)(1)(Y) $1,700,000 to the City of Alhambra for Alhambra Parks to build a pocket park, and upgrade, add wi-fi connectivity, electric charging stations, and book hold lockers at existing parks enabling the submittal of such application in the amount of $1,700,000; appropriate revenue and expenditure funds; authorize the City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents related to grant implementation; and, direct and authorize staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Council’s action. (M2M23-9)

8.  NOTICE INVITING BIDS: ELECTRICAL UPGRADING ON WELL NO. 9 – F2M22-36, N2M23-11

Well No. 9 is located at 417 N. Granada Avenue. The electrical panel is over 50 years old and needs to be replaced and brought up to date with current electrical safety standards. On May 23, 2022, the City Council awarded a contract to Civiltec Engineering Inc. for engineering design services to prepare plans and specifications for the project.  The plans and specifications have been prepared and reviewed, and they are consistent with the City’s standards.

Recommended Action:        City Council approve the distribution of a Notice Inviting Bids to qualified contractors for the Electrical Upgrading on Well No. 9 Project with bids due no later than 10:30 a.m. on February 16, 2023, and opened at 11:00 a.m. that same day.

9.  AWARD CONTRACT: PURCHASE OF FURNITURE FOR THE ALHAMBRA DRIVING RANGE – F2M22-49, N2M22-141, C2M23-5, M2M23-10

On December 12, 2022, the City Council rescinded Contract No. C2M22-58 with Patio Heaven in the amount of $92,565 and authorized the circulation of a Notice Inviting Bids for the purchase of furniture for the Alhambra Driving Range. On January 5, 2023, one sealed bid was received for the furniture purchase. The amount of the bid from Patio Heaven was $69,725.29. The bid received from Patio Heaven was lower than their previous bid due to the reduced scope of the purchase. 

Recommended Action:        City Council award a contract, subject to final language approval by the City Manager and City Attorney, to Patio Heaven in the amount of $69,725.29 for the purchase of furniture for the Alhambra Driving Range; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Council’s action. (M2M23-10)            

10.  AMENDED PLAN FOR USE OF AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT OF 2021 (ARPA) RELIEF FUNDS – F2M21-67, M2M23-12

City staff have been actively working on the approved list of ARPA projects; however, progress was delayed by COVID-19 and the rising cost of goods, materials and labor. In many instances, the City faced significant increases in costs from the amounts originally budgeted to activities one year ago. To keep within budget, cost savings from other activities were used to complete projects; some projects that had not begun were closed; or alternative funding sources were obtained for other projects. Staff is requesting to add three new projects to the Amended ARPA Plan. Staff is requesting the City Council approve an appropriation from ARPA to fund these projects: 1) The City Council originally approved funding in the amount of $343,000 for the purchase of cardiac defibrillators; however, the Fire Department found an alternative funding source. Therefore, staff is recommending a reallocation of $293,842 from the ARPA fund to replace a 24-year-old Fire Utility Truck used for emergency response. The remaining $49,158 will be reallocated to cover overages in other approved ARPA projects. 2) The Police Department is requesting to reallocate ARPA funds in the amount of $88,000 to purchase an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). This has been identified as a high priority project for the Department because the current UPS is reaching its end of life. Funding will be reallocated from cost savings from other projects. 3) The City is proposing to reallocate ARPA funds in the amount of $481,942 to fund certain Almansor Court improvements, which include repainting, roof replacement, landscaping, and exterior doors replacement. However, the scope of the project is limited to the available budget allocated for this project. Funding will be reallocated from cost savings from other projects.

Recommended Action:        City Council approve the amended American Rescue Plan Funds (ARPA) plan as outlined in the Director of Finance’s January 23, 2023 report; authorize the Finance Director to amend the ARPA budget for all approved ARPA funds and utilize savings to offset overages within current or backup ARPA projects; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Council’s action. (M2M23-12)

11.  RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF GOOD FAITH BARGAINING FOR AN AGREEMENT OF SERVICES FOR SOLID WASTE, RECYCLING AND ORGANICS COLLECTION BETWEEN REPUBLIC SERVICES AND EMPLOYEES – F2M23-7, R2M23-6

On January 9, 2023 Councilmember Perez, along with her City Council colleagues, requested a resolution in support of good faith bargaining between the City’s trash hauler, Republic Services, and its employees. The City is currently in an exclusive agreement with Republic Services for trash, recycling and organics collection and would like to avoid any disruption in sanitation services that may impact the Alhambra community negatively and support positive labor negotiations. 

Recommended Action:        City Council adopt Resolution No. R2M23-6 entitled: A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Alhambra in support of good faith bargaining for an agreement of services for solid waste, recycling and organics collection between Consolidated Services Inc., dba Republic Services and employees  

12.  NOTICE INVITING BIDS: ASSESSMENT AND REHABILITATION OF THE SEWER MAIN AT SEWER LIFT STATION NO. 3 – F2M22-27, N2M23-12

The sewer main pipe that crosses under the Interstate 10 Freeway from Ramona Road to Sewer Lift Station No. 3 is an original cast iron sewer pipe. The cast iron pipe is in poor condition. This project will study if the sewer main pipe can be rehabilitated with a liner, or if the pipe should be completely replaced. On May 23, 2022, the City Council awarded a contract to Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc. for engineering design services to prepare plans and specifications for the project. The plans and specifications have been prepared and reviewed, and they are consistent with the City’s standards.

Recommended Action:        City Council approve the distribution of a Notice Inviting Bids to qualified contractors for the Assessment and Rehabilitation of the Sewer Main at Sewer Lift Station No. 3 with bids due no later than 10:30 a.m. on February 23, 2023 and opened at 11:00 a.m. that same day.

13.  AWARD CONTRACT: 2022 CDBG STREET IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT – F2M22-68, N2M22-140, C2M23-7, M2M23-13

On December 12, 2022, the City Council authorized a Notice Inviting Bids for the 2022 CDBG Street Improvements Project.  On January 12, 2023, the City Clerk opened 8 bids that ranged from $1,353,282.00 to $1,984,770.00. Staff reviewed the bids and found the bid received from Toro Enterprises, Inc. in the amount of $1,353,282.00 is the lowest responsible bid. Toro Enterprises, Inc. has the necessary licenses to complete the work and has conducted similar projects for the City of Alhambra.

Recommended Action:        City Council award a contract, subject to final language approval by the City Manager and City Attorney, to Toro Enterprises Inc. in the amount of $1,353,282.00 for the 2022 CDBG Street Improvements Project; find the 2022 CDBG Street Improvements Project categorically exempt pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301(c); and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Council’s action. (M2M23-13)

14.  RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF PEACE FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE REPUBLIC OF ARTSAKH – F2M23-7, R2M23-5

On January 9, 2023, Councilmember Pérez, along with her Council colleagues, requested a resolution in support of the people of the Republic of Artsakh, as a result of ongoing territorial conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The Republic of Artsakh, an independent state, which controls part of the Nagorno-Karabakh region, is an enclave within Azerbaijan; however, it is Armenian populated.  Currently, the Lachin Corridor linking the Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia is being blocked by Azerbaijan activists. The roadblock is promoting aggression and violence and preventing residents from access to goods, medicine, and other vital supplies. The protests are also further undermining international confidence and impeding the region’s peace process.    

Recommended Action:        City Council adopt Resolution No. R2M23-5 entitled: A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Alhambra in support of peace for the people of the Republic of Artsakh

15.  RESOLUTION APPROVING A SIDE LETTER AMENDING THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE ALHAMBRA POLICE OFFICERS’ ASSOCIATION – F2M23-2, C87-16C, R2M23-3

Despite continuous recruitments and the successful hiring of new Police Officers, the Police Department continues to experience a significant number of vacancies in the rank of Police Officer. Since the approval and adoption of the Comprehensive MOU between the City and Alhambra Police Officers’ Association (APOA) in July 2021, City staff has been regularly communicating and meeting with APOA Executive Board members regarding a multitude of topics relating to recruitment and retention, the Police Department and the Association. In order to attract qualified candidates and retain current Police Officers, the City has tentatively agreed with APOA to revise the current MOU to increase salaries and further enhance benefits provided to the City’s Police Officers.  Additionally, the side letter extends the MOU with APOA from the past pay period of Fiscal Year 2023-24 through the last pay period of Fiscal Year 2025-26. The amendment to the existing MOU to add the benefits described the Director Human Resources and Risk Management’s January 23, 2023 report is in alignment with the City’s Council’s goals and priorities as it pertains to recruiting and retaining quality Police Officers. The proposed compensation increases and benefits are funded by salary savings resulting from existing vacancies within the rank of Police Officer.  Therefore, funds are budgeted within the approved Fiscal Year 2022-23 Budget, no additional appropriation is necessary.

Recommended Action:        City Council adopt Resolution No. R2M23-3 entitled: A Resolution of the Alhambra City Council approving a Side Letter amending the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Alhambra and the Alhambra Police Officers’ Association and amending the City of Alhambra Compensation Plan; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Council’s action. 

16.  TREASURER’S REPORT – F2M23-1

Recommended Action:        City Council receive and file as submitted the Treasurer's    Report prepared by the Director of Finance for the month of December 2022, listing all of  the City's investments as of December 31, 2022.

17.  PERSONNEL ACTIONS – F2M23-1

Recommended Action:        City Council ratify the actions of the City Manager set forth in that certain Personnel Actions document dated January 23, 2023 showing the various appointments, classifications, salary changes, etc., since the last City Council meeting.

PUBLIC COMMENT FOR NON-AGENDIZED ITEMS (TIME LIMITATION - 5 MINUTES)

Citizens wishing to address the Council on any matter which is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council not on the Agenda may do so at this time. Please note that while the City Council values your comments, pursuant to the Brown Act, the City Council cannot take action unless the matter appears as an item on a forthcoming agenda.

COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS (ANNOUNCEMENTS & FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS) F2M23-7

Each Councilmember at his/her discretion may address the Council and public on matters of general information and/or concern, including announcements and future agenda items.

ADJOURNMENT: The next regular meeting of the Alhambra City Council is scheduled for Monday, February 13, 2023 at 6:00 p.m.

 N O T I C E

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LAUREN MYLES, CMC

CITY CLERK