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CITY COUNCIL/SUCCESSOR
AGENCY/PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY
MEETING AGENDA

March 18, 2021
6:00 PM

The Mission of the City of Coalinga is to provide for the preservation of the community character by delivering quality,  responsive City services, in an efficient  and cost-effective   manner,  and to develop, encourage,  and promote a diversified economic base in order to ensure the future financial stability of the City for its citizens.

Notice is hereby given that the City Council will hold a Regular Meeting, on March 18, 2021 in the City Council Chambers, 155 West Durian Avenue, Coalinga, CA. Persons with disabilities who may need assistance should contact the City Clerk at least 24 hours prior to the meeting at 935-1533 x113. Anyone interested in translation services should contact the City Clerk at least 24 hours prior to the meeting at 935-1533 x113. The Meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the Agenda will be as follows:

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1. CALL TO ORDER

1.   Pledge of Allegiance

2.   Changes to the Agenda

3.   Council's Approval of Agenda

2. AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND PROCLAMATIONS
1. City of Coalinga Firefighter of the Year 2020 - Firefighter/Paramedic Michee Baggett
2. City of Coalinga Police Officer of the Year 2020 - Police Officer Tony (TJ) Henderson
3. Swearing In of Police Department Employees - Officer Nathan McGough, Officer Greg Gonzalez, Officer Travis Johnson, Officer Lee Schmidt, Police Technician Rosa Marquez, Police Technician Kristi Acevedo, Temporary Sergeant Christopher Montoya, Sergeant Jeremy Fairbanks
4. Fireworks Presentation by Pyro Spectacular
3. CITIZEN COMMENTS
This section of the agenda allows members of the public to address the City Council on any item within the jurisdiction of the Council. Members of the public, when recognized by the Mayor, should come forward to the lectern, identify themselves and use the microphone. Comments are normally limited to three (3) minutes. In accordance with State Open Meeting Laws, no action will be taken by the City Council this evening and all items will be referred to staff for follow up and a report.
4. PUBLIC HEARINGS
1. Approval of a City Initiated Zoning Text Amendment (No. ZTA 21-01) Amending the Commercial Cannabis Regulations Related to Reducing the Distance Requirement Between Schools and Non-Retail Commercial Cannabis Facilities by Introducing and Waiving the First Reading of Ordinance No. 846
Sean Brewer, Assistant City Manager
5. CONSENT CALENDAR
1. Approve MINUTES - March 4, 2021
2. Overview of City Airport - Informational Only
3. City Council Support of Senator Edward J. Markey's (MA) and Congressman Steve Cohen's (TN-09) reintroduction of the Complete Streets Act of 2019, a bill that promotes safer and more accessible street design across the United States and further direct the Assistant City Manager to submit a Message to Congressional Leaders Urging them to Co-Sponsor the Act.
4. Authorize Assistant City Manager to Execute Consulting Engineer Contracts with MKN and Blackwater
5. Authorize Purchase of New Patrol Vehicles with COPS Grant
6. Authorize Purchase of Cell-Based Radio App for Police Department
7. Public Works, Utilities & Community Development Monthly Report for February 2021
6. ORDINANCE PRESENTATION, DISCUSSION AND POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS
1. Discussion, Direction and Potential Action regarding SiteLogIQ Energy Management System
Marissa Trejo, City Manager
2. Discussion and Direction regarding Speed Hump/Lump Program
Sean Brewer, Assistant City Manager
3. Discussion, Direction and Potential Action regarding City-Funded Fireworks Show for the Fourth of July
Marissa Trejo, City Manager
4. Discussion, Direction and Potential Action regarding Rank Based Elections
Mario Zamora, City Attorney
5. Discussion, Direction and Potential Action regarding Council Reorganization of Mayor Pro Tem Position
Marissa Trejo, City Manager
7. ANNOUNCEMENTS

1.   City Manager's Announcements

2.   Councilmembers' Announcements/Reports

3.   Mayor's Announcements

8. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
9. CLOSED SESSION (NONE)
10. CLOSED SESSION REPORT
Closed Session: A "Closed" or "Executive" Session of the City Council, Successor Agency, or Public Finance Authority may be held as required for items as follows: personnel matters; labor negotiations; security matters; providing instructions to real property negotiators; legal counsel regarding pending litigation; and protection of records exempt from public disclosure. Closed session will be held in the Administration Building at 155 W. Durian Avenue and any announcements or discussion will be held at the same location following Closed Session.
11. ADJOURNMENT