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Next Resolution # 4237
Next Ordinance # 1344
The City Council may move into a closed session pursuant to applicable law, including the Brown Act (Government Code §54950, et seq.) for the purposes of conferring with the City's Real Property Negotiator; and/or conferring with the City Attorney on potential and/or existing litigation; and/or discussing matters covered under Gov't Code §54957 (Personnel); and/or conferring with the City's Labor Negotiators as follows:
Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Gov't Code §54956.9(b): -2- potential case (no further public statement is required at this time); Initiation of litigation pursuant to Gov't Code §54956.9(c): -3- matters.
- Threat to Public Services Facilities, pursuant to Government Code §54957.
Pastor Dennis Estill of El Segundo Foursquare Church
Council Member Kelly McDowell
(Related to City Business Only - 5 minute limit per person, 30 minute limit total) Individuals who have received value of $50 or more to communicate to the City Council on behalf of another, and employees speaking on behalf of their employer, must so identify themselves prior to addressing the City Council. Failure to do so shall be a misdemeanor and punishable by a fine of $250. While all comments are welcome, the Brown Act does not allow Council to take action on any item not on the agenda. The Council will respond to comments after Public Communications is closed.
Consideration of a motion to read all ordinances and resolutions on this Agenda by title only.
Recommendation - Approval.
1. An amendment to the Downtown Specific Plan to modify the definition of bed and breakfast hotel.
Recommendation — (1) Hold Public Hearing; (2) Introduce Ordinance; (3) Schedule second reading and adoption of Ordinance for December 4, 2001; and/or, (4) Other possible action/direction.
2. Approval of service agreements with Cassidy & Associates, the MWW Group, Inc. and Urban Dimensions for work related to the Citys efforts regarding the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Master Plan. (Fiscal Impact: $542,700)
Recommendation — Authorize the Mayor to execute consultant agreements with Cassidy & Associates, The MWW Group, Inc. and Urban Dimensions effective December 1, 2001 through September 30, 2002.
3. Report from staff regarding alternatives to assist the local business community in recovering from losses suffered as a result of the September 11th attacks.
Recommendation — Direct staff regarding which alternatives to pursue.
All items listed are to be adopted by one motion without discussion and passed unanimously. If a call for discussion of an item is made, the item(s) will be considered individually under the next heading of business.
Recommendation — Approve Warrant Demand Register and Authorize staff to release. Ratify: Payroll and Employee Benefit check; checks released early due to contracts or agreement; emergency disbursements and/or adjustments; and wire transfers.
Recommendation - Approval.
Recommendation — Approve Amendment No. 7 to City Contract No. 2737 and authorize the Mayor to execute the Amendment.
Recommendation — Approve agreement and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement on behalf of the City.
Recommendation — Approve request by AAA Flag & Banner Company contingent on approval by Southern California Edison Company (SCE) for use of the street light poles.
Recommendation — Adopt plans and specifications and authorize staff to advertise the project for receipt of construction bids.
Recommendation — Approve a $44,595 Amendment (No. 3) to Contract No. 2854 with CAJA to prepare an EIR.
Recommendation — Approve the use of Prop A funding in an amount not to exceed $65,000 for FY 01-02 for the expansion of the Lunchtime Shuttle to include an Imperial Avenue route and two shopping shuttles.
Recommendation — Waive second reading and adopt Ordinances. Ordinances will become effective 30 days from adoption.
Recommendation — Adopt the required Resolutions.
Recommendation — Award contract to Frank Glynn Architect, A.I.A. and authorize the City Manager to execute the contract on behalf of the City.
Recommendation — (1) Discussion; (2) Introduce Ordinance by title only; and, (3) Schedule second reading and Adoption of Ordinance on December 4, 2001; and/or, (4) Other possible action/direction..
Recommendation — Adopt resolution.
(Related to City Business Only - 5 minute limit) Individuals, who have received value of $50 or more to communicate to the City Council on behalf of another, and employees speaking on behalf of their employer, must so identify themselves prior to addressing the City Council. Failure to do so shall be a misdemeanor and punishable by a fine of $250. While all comments are welcome, the Brown Act does not allow Council to take action on any item not on the agenda. The Council will respond to comments after Public Communications is closed.
The City Council may move into a closed session pursuant to applicable law, including the Brown Act (Government Code Sec. 54960, et seq.) for the purposes of conferring with the City's Real Property Negotiator; and/or conferring with the City Attorney on potential and/or existing litigation; and/or discussing matters covered under Government Code section 54957 (Personnel); and/or conferring with the City's Labor Negotiators; as follows:
Continuation of matters listed on the City Council Agenda for 5:00 p.m., November 20, 2001 under Closed Session (if needed).
REPORT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION (if required)
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