Public Hearing Notice: SB9 Ordinance Adoption 


Millbrae City Council Meeting Agenda
September 12, 2023
7:00 p.m. 


In Person Meeting Location:

Millbrae Council Chambers

621 Magnolia Avenue

Millbrae, California




Teleconference via Zoom:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81399368182

For dial-in comments, call 1-669-444-9171

Meeting ID: 813 9936 8182


 

INFORMATION ON LANGUAGE AND SPECIAL ASSISTANCE:

“Wordly” can translate into 25+ different languages! To access translation during the meeting, please scan the QR Code or click this https://attend.wordly.ai/join/NZBM-4165. Any attendees who require special assistance, a disability related modification or language assistance in order to participate in the meeting should contact Elaine Tran, City Clerk at (650) 259-2414. Notification prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

INFORMACION SOBRE EL IDIOMA Y ASSISTENCIA ESPECIAL:

"Wordly" puede traducir a más de 25 idiomas diferentes! Para acceder a la traducción durante la reunión, por favor escanee el código QR o haga clic en el enlace https://attend.wordly.ai/join/NZBM-4165.  Cualquier persona que requiera asistencia especial, una modificaión relacionada con la discapacidad o asistencia lingüística para participar en la reunion debe comunicarse con Elaine Tran, Secretaria de la ciudad al (650) 259-2414. La notificación 48 horas antes de la reunion permitirá a la ciudad hacer arreglos razonables para garantizar la accesibilidad a esta reunión.

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Pursuant to the Ralph M. Brown Act, THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD BOTH IN-PERSON and VIRTUALLY pursuant to limitations prescribed by State law. If a technical issue arises with Zoom or the phone dial-in option, the City Council meeting will continue unless the meeting is being held pursuant to the provisions of Assembly Bill 2449 for elected officials. To maximize transparency and public access, while the primary meeting takes place in the Millbrae City Council Chambers location, members of the public may attend in person at the Millbrae Council Chamber, at the teleconference location by Zoom or by phone. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Millbrae Community Television Cable Channel 27 or on www.mctv.tv.

Members of the public are encouraged to provide comments. To maximize time for public comment, speakers are subject to a 3-minute time limit unless otherwise determined by the Mayor.

PUBLIC COMMENTIn person speakers will be called first, followed by any virtual attendees.

In person speakers to fill out a speaker request slip and turn it into the City Clerk.

Virtual attendees can participate by joining the City Council meeting via Zoom:  for web, visit https://zoom.us/ , select “Join a Meeting” and enter Meeting ID: 813 9936 8182. Use the “Raise Hand” feature to request to speak. For dial-in comments, call 1-669-444-9171, enter Meeting ID: 813 9936 8182, and press *6 to request to speak.

City Council agendas may be previewed on Millbrae Community Television Cable Channel 27 and the City website [www.ci.millbrae.ca.us] materials related to an agenda item that are submitted to the City Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office at 621 Magnolia Avenue, Millbrae, CA 94030, Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER MILLBRAE CITY COUNCIL

ROLL CALL

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE U.S. FLAG                                                                                           

1.         CEREMONIAL/PRESENTATION

2.         AGENDA OVERVIEW/STAFF BRIEFING

3.         APPROVAL OF MINUTES

4.         ORAL REPORT FROM CITY COMMITTEE/COMMISSION CHAIRS

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PUBLIC COMMUNICATION

Reserved for persons wishing to comment on any item not appearing on the agenda.  Public Communication is limited to no more than thirty (30) minutes, with each speaker given no more than three (3) minutes. If more than ten (10) speakers are present, speakers’ time shall be reduced so that all speakers have an equal time to speak. Although we welcome and encourage public communication, the views or information presented by the speakers are not necessarily the views of the Council or the members of the public in Millbrae.

CONSENT CALENDAR

5.         Waive the Second Reading and Adopt an Ordinance Amending Title 10, "Planning and Zoning," Chapter 10.05 "Zoning," Article II "Definitions," Article XXXII "Accessory Dwelling Units," and Adding Article XXXV "Objective Standards and Affordability Requirements for Two-Unit Residential Developments and Urban Lot Splits in Single-Family Residential Zones" – ACTION

6.         Adoption of a Resolution Approving an Amendment to the Construction Contract for the Upper Hillcrest Subbasin 4 Pavement Repair Project – ACTION

7.         Adoption of a Resolution Accepting the 2022 Pavement Rehabilitation Project as Complete and Authorizing the Filing of a Notice of Completion – ACTION

8.         Adoption of a Resolution Accepting the Skyline Water Tank Replacement Project as Complete and Authorizing the filing of a Notice of Completion – ACTION

9.         Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a Contract Change Order for the Skyline Tank Drain Line Project with West Valley Construction Inc. – ACTION

10.       Approve, by motion, to authorize the Vice Mayor to attend the National League of Cities’ City Summit in Atlanta - ACTION

11.       Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager or designee to Execute the First Amendment to the  Agreement with Environmental/Justice Solutions in the total amount not to exceed $201,025 for the development of a Social Equity Plan – ACTION

PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC:  Persons who wish to speak on matters set for PUBLIC HEARING will be heard when the presiding officer calls for comments from those persons who are in support of or in opposition thereto.  After oral testimony has been given, the hearing is closed unless continued to another time, and brought to Council level for discussion and action. Normally no further oral testimony is permitted unless requested and allowed by the Council.

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EXISTING BUSINESS

12.       Adoption of a Resolution Awarding a Professional Service Agreement to Traffic Patterns of Danville, CA for the Millbrae Smart City Traffic Signal Project – ACTION

13.       Millbrae Homelessness Engagement Local Program (H.E.L.P.) Second Quarter Update – ACTION

NEW BUSINESS

14.       Review and Approve City’s Response to the Grand Jury Report: “Accessory Dwelling Units: Affordable Housing’s Pacacea or Prevarication?” – ACTION

COUNCIL COMMENTS

Committee Reports: Councilmembers serve as representatives to various committees listed below. They will report by exception on matters affecting Millbrae.

• Mayor Schneider                   Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (Bay Area Regional Water System Policy Committee), Bay Area Regional Water System Financing Authority, Airport Community Roundtable, San Mateo County Council of Cities, C/CAG Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee, CalCities Transportation Communication & Public Works Policy Committee, CA Statewide Commission on Recycling Markets & Curbside Recycling, Millbrae Chamber of Commerce Liaison, San Mateo County Office of Emergency Services Council, Mayor’s Civic Coordinating Council, Community Enhancement Advisory Committee, Millbrae Parks and Recreation Subcommittee – BPAC, Budget/Finance Subcommittee, Public Safety Subcommittee, Infrastructure, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise Subcommittee, Eastside Specific Plan Subcommittee, Legislative Subcommittee.

• Vice Mayor Goodman      ABAG General Assembly, San Mateo County Library JPA Governing Board, San Mateo County Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Services JPA, Millbrae Cultural Arts Advisory Committee, Millbrae Sister Cities Commission, Budget/Finance Subcommittee, Commission/Committee Interview Subcommittee, Public Safety Subcommittee, Technology Subcommittee, Social Equity and Cultural Inclusion Subcommittee.

• Councilmember Fung        HEART Board of Directors, HEART Member Agency Committee, Peninsula Clean Energy Joint Powers Authority Board of Directors, C/CAG Legislative Committee, Millbrae Community Television Liaison, Millbrae Youth Advisory Committee, 75th Anniversary Planning Subcommittee, Commission/Committee Interview Subcommittee, Homelessness Subcommittee, MSASP Westside Development Subcommittee, Social Equity and Cultural Inclusion Subcommittee, Legislative Subcommittee.

• Councilmember Cahalan   C/CAG Airport Land Use Committee, Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance Board of Directors, Millbrae Parks and Recreation Commission, Homelessness Subcommittee, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise Subcommittee, Technology Subcommittee, Eastside Specific Plan Subcommittee, Joint Schools Subcommittee.

• Councilmember Papan        C/CAG Board of Directors, Metropolitan Transportation Commission (Bay Area Toll Authority, Administration Committee, Planning and Allocation Committee, Bay Area Housing Finance Authority, and Bay Area Infrastructure Finance Authority), C/CAG Congestion Management and Environmental Quality, C/CAG Legislative Committee, San Mateo County Express Lanes Joint Powers Authority, Resource Management and Climate Protection Committee, Caltrain Local Policymakers Group, Millbrae Economic Vitality Advisory Committee, Millbrae Senior Advisory Committee, 75th Anniversary Planning Subcommittee, MSASP Westside Development Subcommittee, Joint Schools Subcommittee.

CLOSED SESSION

The public will have an opportunity to comment before the consideration of these items. Following the meeting a report of action from Closed Session will be provided if required.

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ADJOURN CITY COUNCIL

The City Council meeting will be closed in memory of Doug Lamont, Marie Ann Favero, and Michael Tragoutsis.