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Meeting Name: City Council Meeting Agenda Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/8/2021 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Mike Balkman Council Chambers
Regular Meeting of the City Council, Successor Agency to the Culver City Redevelopment Agency Board, and Culver City Housing Authority Board
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
Meeting video: eComment: Not available  
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22-490 1CS-1.CS ItemClosed Session ItemCC - Conference with Real Property Negotiators Re: 9814 Washington Boulevard City Negotiators: John M. Nachbar, City Manager Sol Blumenfeld, Community Development Director; Todd Tipton, Economic Development Manager; Glenn Heald, Economic Development Project Manager; and Todd Mooney, City Special Counsel Other Parties Negotiators: Center Theater Group Under Negotiation: Both Price and Terms of Payment Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8    Not available Not available
22-488 1CS-2. Closed Session ItemCC - Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation Re: Significant Exposure to Litigation – (1 item) Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2) Attachments: October 23, 2021 Threat of Litigation    Not available Not available
22-477 1R-1.Proclamation: Veterans DayPresentationCC - A Proclamation in Honor of Veterans Day 2021.   Not available Video Video
22-124 1R-2.Movember ProclamationPresentationCC - A Proclamation Declaring the Month of November 2021 as Movember in Culver City.   Not available Video Video
22-123 1R-3.Recognition World Kindness DayPresentationCC - Presentation of a Proclamation in Honor of World Kindness Day on November 13, 2021 in Culver City    Not available Video Video
22-487 1R-4.Presentations of Commendations to Former Commissioners, Board Members, and Committee Members in Recognition of Their Service to the Culver City Community.PresentationCC - Presentations of Commendations to Former Fiesta La Ballona Members in Recognition of Their Service to the Culver City Community.   Not available Video Video
22-478 1R-5. PresentationCC: City Council Presentation to Serena Wright-Black, Assistant City Manager in Commemoration of her Retirement from the City of Culver City.   Not available Video Video
22-474 1P-1. PresentationCC - Presentation from the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) Recognizing the City of Culver City as a "2021 Most Business-Friendly City" Finalist with a Certificate of Gold Recognition and in Acknowledgement and Celebration of Culver City’s Commitment to and Success in Providing Business Resiliency Resources and Assistance During the Pandemic   Not available Video Video
22-473 1P-2. PresentationCC - Presentation of Regulations for Installation of Wireless Telecommunications Equipment in City Streets   Not available Video Video
22-475 1C-1.Cash DisbursementsMinute OrderCC:HA:SA - Approval of Cash Disbursements for October 16, 2021 to October 29, 2021   Not available Not available
22-476 1C-2.Minutes for ApprovalMinute OrderCC:HA:SA - Approval of Minutes for the Special City Council Meeting of October 18, 2021 and the Regular City Council Meeting of October 25, 2021   Not available Not available
22-479 1C-3. ResolutionCC - Adoption of a Resolution Confirming the October 26, 2021 Thirty-Eighth Supplement to Public Order [Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Required to Enter Certain Indoor Businesses and Indoor City Facilities Effective November 29, 2021] Issued by the City Manager, as Director of Emergency Services, under City of Culver City Emergency Authority, Due to the Coronavirus Respiratory Disease (COVID-19) Pandemic, Including Proposed Modifications.   Not available Video Video
22-122 1C-4.Resolution for Regular Meeting Dates 2022ResolutionCC - Adoption of a Resolution Setting the Regular Meetings of the City Council for the Calendar Year 2022.   Not available Not available
22-187 1C-5.Local Road Safety Plan (LRSP) review and approvalMinute OrderCC-Adoption of a Resolution (1) Adopting the Local Road Safety Plan (LRSP); and (2) Finding the LRSP to be Exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act.   Not available Video Video
22-407 1C-6. Minute OrderCC - (1) Approval of the Downtown Culver City Business Improvement District Advisory Board’s Annual Work Program and Budget; and (2) Adoption of a Resolution of Intention to Levy the Downtown Culver City Business Improvement District Assessment for 2022 and Set a Public Hearing for December 13, 2021.   Not available Video Video
22-410 1C-7. Minute OrderCC - (1) Approval of the Culver City Arts District Business Improvement District Annual Work Plan and Budget; and (2) Adoption of a Resolution of Intention to Levy the Culver City Arts District Business Improvement District Assessment for 2022 and Set a Public Hearing on December 13, 2021.   Not available Not available
22-418 1C-8. Minute OrderCC - (1) Approval of an Amendment to the Existing Agreement with SWA Group in an Additional Amount Not-to-Exceed $49,200 to Provide Design Development Drawings and Project Specifications for the Downtown Outdoor Space Project; and (2) Authorization to Proceed with a Request for Qualifications for Contractors for the Project.   Not available Video Video
22-467 1C-9. PresentationCC - Approval of a Professional Services Agreement with CST Fleet Services to Conduct a Municipal Fleet Efficiency and Utilization Study in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $67,230 ($61,060 Base Cost Plus $6,200 Contingency Authority)   Not available Not available
22-489 2C-10.Authorization to Receive State FundingResolutionCC- (1) Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing the City to Receive State Funding of $3.41 Million through the Department of Housing and Community Development for an Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Project and Identifying the City Manager as Authorized Signatory on Behalf of the City for the Receipt of Such Funds; and (2) FOUR-FIFTHS VOTE REQUIREMENT: Approval of a Budget Amendment to Record the Revenue of $3.41 Million and Appropriation of $3.41 Million in FY 2021/2022 for an Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing Project.   Not available Video Video
22-462 1A-1.Consider PRCSC Lindberg Park Project Recommendation & Approve Prop 68 Grant ApplicationMinute OrderCC - (1) Consideration of a Recommendation from the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission Endorsing the Lindberg Park Picnic Area Rehabilitation Project that Received the Majority Community Vote; and (2) Approval of the Submission of a Parks and Water Bond Act of 2018 (Proposition 68) Per Capita Grant Application in the Amount of $202,505 for the Lindberg Park Stone House HVAC Upgrade and Picnic Area Rehabilitation Project.   Not available Video Video
22-464 1A-2.2021.11.08 MCC Sam Schwartz Amendment 2Minute OrderCC - (1) Approval of an Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with Sam Schwartz for the MOVE Culver City Project in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $222,897.82; (2) Authorization to the City Manager to Negotiate and Approve the Final Terms of the Amendment; (3) Authorization to the Chief Transportation Officer to Approve Amendment(s) to the Agreement in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $57,146.26 to Cover Contingency Costs; (4) FOUR-FIFTHS VOTE REQUIREMENT: Appropriation of $250,070 in Revenue to Project Account 20370117.386100.PS017 for the Funding Received from the Downtown Business Association for the Downtown Study and Appropriation of $250,070 in Additional Expenditures to Project Account 20370117.610400.PS017; and (5) FOUR-FIFTHS VOTE REQUIREMENT: Appropriation of $170,000 from Measure M Fund Balance (Fund 435) and Authorize to Transfer the Funding to Project Account 20370117.610400.PS017 for Professional Services.   Not available Video Video
22-409 1A-3. PresentationCC - (1) Consideration of the Economic Development Subcommittee’s Recommendation to Pursue Digital Informational Kiosks in the Public Right-of-way; and (2) Direction to the City Manager as Deemed Appropriate.   Not available Video Video