||"The City with a Heart"
||Rico Medina, Mayor
Linda Mason, Vice Mayor
Tom Hamilton, Councilmember
Marty Medina, Councilmember
Michael Salazar, Councilmember
On September 16, 2021, the Governor of California signed AB-361 suspending certain provisions of the Ralph M. Brown Act in order to allow for local legislative bodies to conduct their meetings telephonically or by other electronic means. Pursuant to the CDC’s social distancing guidelines which discourage large public gatherings, the San Bruno City Council meetings are being conducted electronically. The meeting is not available for in-person attendance. Members of the public may attend the meeting by video or phone linked in this agenda or watch by livestream at youtube.com/user/cityofsanbruno. CityNet Services Channel 1 will air the meeting live and the recorded meeting will be made available for viewing on the City’s YouTube channel after the meeting has concluded.
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SAN BRUNO CITY COUNCIL
July 12, 2022
City Council meetings are conducted in accordance with Roberts Rules of Order. All regular Council meetings are recorded and televised on CityNet Services Channel 1 and replayed the following Thursday, at 2:00 pm.
The City of San Bruno appreciates your input in updating the City’s Housing Element. The survey deadline has been extended to July 31, 2022. Your input helps us better understand the housing needs in our community. Please visit: sanbruno.ca.gov/HousingElementSurvey
Receive Presentation on 4th of July Fireworks Public Safety Operations Results
Approve Accounts Payable for June 27, 2022 and July 5, 2022
Accept Payroll for June 19, 2022
Approve Investment Report and Reconciliation of General Ledger to Bank Report Dated May 31, 2022
Adopt Resolution Declaring the Continued State of Local Emergency and Need for the City Council and Other Legislative Bodies Subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act to Continue to Teleconference in Order to Ensure the Health and Safety of the Public Pursuant to AB 361
Receive Written Update on the City’s Response Efforts to COVID-19
Authorize the City Manager to Enter Into a Municipal Services Agreement With Artichoke Joe’s for Reimbursable Services From a Police Detective and Payment of $225,000 per Quarter From Artichoke Joe’s to the City of San Bruno
Application to Allow Interim Automobile Sales and Inventory Storage at the Former Sears Building at the Tanforan Mall – 1178 El Camino Real (APN: 014-316-330) PD 22-02; PDP 22-03. Bay Area A.G. Inc. Hold Public Hearing to Consider Waiving First Reading and Introducing an Ordinance Amendment to Ordinance 1087, That Regulates Land Uses at The Shops at Tanforan Mall, Allowing Interim Auto Sales Use and Inventory Storage at the Former Sears Building; and Adopting a Resolution Approving the Planned Development Permit (PDP) for Use of the Former Sears Building. The Project is Categorically Exempt From CEQA Environmental Review Pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Class 1 (Section 15301), Which Recognizes the Proposed Operation and Leasing of Existing Facilities
Conduct Second Public Hearing Regarding Proposed City Charter and Commercial Real Property Transfer Tax and Provide Direction to City Staff on Any Amendments to the Proposed City Charter and the Draft Ordinance for the Commercial Real Property Transfer Tax