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City Council Meeting Recap for January 8, 2019

Post Date:01/11/2019 10:36 AM

On Tuesday, January 8th, the Millbrae City Council hosted its first meeting of the month.

Before the meeting, the City Council hosted a special study session meeting to review the design renderings for the Gateway at Millbrae Station Project (TOD #2). The agenda and handouts for that meeting can be found at

Following the Pledge of Allegiance, the Millbrae City Council received an update on the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA), and a presentation from the San Mateo County Mosquito and Vector Control District. Residents who have trouble with mosquitoes, wasps and rodents can report the issue by calling (650) 344-8592.

By a 5-0 vote, the City Council unanimously approved the following consent items:

Item 6 - Resolution Accepting the 2017 Sewer Modernization Program, Madrone Sub-basin 3, Sanitary Sewer Capital Improvement Project as Complete and Filing of Notice of Completion;

Item 7 - Resolution Accepting the 2018 Sanitary Sewer Mains Cleaning and Inspection as Complete and Filing of Notice of Completion;

Item 8 - Resolution Accepting the 2017 Sanitary Sewer at Various Locations Project as Complete and Filing of Notice of Completion.

Items 5 and 9 were removed from consent for discussion.

Item 5 - Adopt Resolution Awarding a Contract to Century Carpet in the Amount of $86,800 for the Replacement of Existing Carpet at Millbrae City Hall, Establishing a Project Contingency Fund of $13,000, and Authorizing the City Manager, or his Designee, to Execute the Contract and All Contract Change Orders Up to the Project Contingency Fund – was approved unanimously.

Item 9 - Adopt a Resolution Declaring a Shelter Crisis Required for Participation in the Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) and Grant Funding Eligibility Required by SB 850 – was approved unanimously.

Regarding Item 10 – City Council Review of a Planning Commission Decision to Approve the Design Review and Conditional Use Permit to Allow the Demolition and New Construction of a Service Station and Convenience Store with New Signage on Property Zoned Transit-Oriented Development (“TOD”) within the Millbrae Station Area Specific Plan (“MSASP”) at 320 East Millbrae Avenue – Chevron will look into the suggestions made by the City Council. Item 10 passed unanimously.

The City Council held discussions for appointments to the City Council Sub-Committees for 2019 (Item 11), and received an informational report on the Richmond Drive median replanting by PG&E (Item 12).

The entire City Council meeting can be viewed online at The meeting agenda and staff reports can be viewed at

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