Meeting
"The City with a Heart" Rico Medina, Mayor
Linda Mason, Vice Mayor
Tom Hamilton, Councilmember
Marty Medina, Councilmember
Michael Salazar, Councilmember
AB-361
CORONAVIRUS COVID-19
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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AGENDA
SAN BRUNO CITY COUNCIL
July 26, 2022
7:00 PM
Zoom Meeting Details
https://sanbruno-ca-gov.zoom.us/j/88167328441?pwd=R3IzUENiTlphY2UvbGFjRXBKQkgzQT09
Webinar or Meeting ID: 881 6732 8441
Webinar or Meeting Password: 442213
Zoom Phone Line: 1-646-558-8656 (same webinar ID and password as above)
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. 
1.

CALL TO ORDER

2.

ROLL CALL

3.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4.

PUBLIC COMMENTS FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA
Individuals allowed three minutes. It is the Council’s policy to refer matters raised in this forum to staff for investigation and/or action where appropriate. The Brown Act prohibits the Council from discussing or acting upon any matter not agendized pursuant to State Law.

5.

ANNOUNCEMENTS/PRESENTATIONS

a.
The nomination period for the November 2022 Municipal Election opened on Monday, July 18, 2022. The City of San Bruno recently transitioned to By-District Elections, and this November, Districts 1 and 4, as well as the At-Large Mayor, will be up for election. For information about the November 2022 election, please visit sanbruno.ca.gov/Elections. 
b.
The next virtual workshop for the Safe Routes to School project is scheduled for July 28, 2022 at noon to provide updates on the planning process and opportunities for feedback on the draft recommendations. We hope you are able to attend. Get more information at sanbruno.ca.gov/SafeRoutes. 
c.
Summer is upon us! That means that the City of San Bruno will happily host Concerts in the Park on Fridays in August, and Movies in the Park on Fridays in September – both at San Bruno City Park in front of the tennis courts. Visit sanbruno.ca.gov/CommunityServices for this and other fun programming for the entire family. 
d.
National Night Out 2022 is on Tuesday, August 7, 2022. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer and more caring places to live. For more information on National Night Out, visit their website at natw.org. If you are interested in hosting an event in your neighborhood for National Night Out, contact Officer Sexson by Wednesday, July 27, 2022!
6.

CONSENT CALENDAR
All items are considered routine or implement an earlier Council action and may be enacted by one motion; there will be no separate discussion, unless requested.

a.
Approve Accounts Payable for July 11, 2022 and July 18, 2022
b.
Accept Payroll for July 3, 2022
c.
Approve Reconciliation of General Ledger to Bank Report Dated April 30, 2022
d.
Receive Written Update on the City’s Response Efforts to COVID-19
e.
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
f.
Adopt Ordinance Amending Ordinance 1087 Providing for Interim Automobile Sales at the Shops at Tanforan, That Was Adopted by the City Council on January 10, 1966, and Subsequently Amended by the City Council, – 1178 El Camino Real. APN: 014-316-330. PD 22-02. Bay Area A.G. Inc. 
g.
Adopt Ordinance: 
  • Amending the Zoning Ordinance to Rezone APN: 019-042-170 From Single-Family Residential District (R-1) to Planned Development District (P-D), Amending an Existing P-D District for APNs: 019-042-150 and 019-042-160, and Approving a Development Plan, Pursuant to Section 12.96.020 and Chapter 12.136 of the San Bruno Municipal Code Section, for the Proposed Glenview Terrace Residential Subdivision Project (APNs: 019-042-150, 019-042-160, and 019-042-170) (PD13-001); and  
  • Approving a Development Agreement Between the City of San Bruno and New Shidai Development, LLC, for the Glenview Terrace Residential Subdivision Project, Located at 2880 and 2890 San Bruno Ave. W. and 850 Glenview Drive.   
h.
Adopt Resolution (1) Vacating Public Service Easements Over a Portion of the Property at 1400-1500 Bayhill Drive, (2) Vacating Roadway Easements Within Bayhill Drive, (3) Accepting the Dedication of Utility and Roadway Easements Within Bayhill Circle, and (4) Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Implementing Conveyance Documents and Agreements in Substantially the Attached Forms; and Adopt Resolution Authorizing Various Curb Markings on Bayhill Circle
i.
Adopt Resolution Authorizing the Reclassification of a Budgeted Police Officer Position to a Police Corporal Position and Approve the Transfer of $9,456 From Account #001-2010-5105 to Regular Salary #001-2010-5101 and Related Benefit Accounts to Fund the Reclassification
7.

STUDY SESSION

a.
Development Services Staffing and Service Contract Update
b.
Provide Direction on Ballot Measure to Establish Term Limits
8.

COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS

a.
Rico E. Medina: 
  • SamTrans Service Changes
9.

ADJOURNMENT – The next Regular City Council Meeting will be held on August 23, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.