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CM2018-039 MONTHLY SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONrAV City of Chino DATE: June 11, 2018 MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and City Cou cil FROM: Konradt Bartlam, City Mana e RE: MONTHLY SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTION CM2018-039 In compliance with Administrative Policy 5.2 Section 3.2.7, Legislative Program, adopted by the City Council on June 14, 2016, it is the responsibility of the Legislative Committee to report to the City Council regarding any actions taken by the Committee. The following table is a summary for the period ended May 31, 2018. Date Action taken Comments 05-03-2018 SB 831 (Wieckowski). Land This bill would significantly amend the Use: Accessory Dwelling statewide standards that apply to locally - Units (as Amended April 9, adopted ordinances concerning accessory 2018) - Letter of Opposition dwelling units (ADUs), even though the law was thoroughly revised in the 2016 Legislative Session. The City of Chino Hills current ADU ordinance prohibits the conversion of required onsite parking to an ADU. The proposed bill would allow the conversion and would not require the required onsite parking to be replaced. This could result in the loss of needed onsite and garage parking within Chino Hills residential neighborhoods. 05-09-2018 SB 1302 (Lara) Cannabis: This bill would essentially force local Local Jurisdiction: jurisdictions to allow cannabis deliveries Prohibitions on Delivery - (as within their jurisdictions goes against the Amended 4/26/18) - Letter intent of the voters who passed of Opposition Proposition 64 by removing the ability to allow or ban cannabis deliveries. June 11, 2018 Page Two CM2018-039 Date Action taken Comments 05-10-2018 AB 2028 (Rodriguez). This 'bill would require the California Prisons: Security Department of Corrections and Assessments - Letter of Rehabilitation to conduct a security Support inspection and audit of each facility that houses inmates on a biennial basis as well as report findings to Legislature. The Office of the Inspector General would be required to attend and observe the inspections as well as track and oversee remediation of security deficiencies as deemed appropriate. AB 2028 would require security assessments for older prison facilities, and would assist CDCR with recommendations for corrective action(s) to be addressed for security measures as well as tracking of their inmates. 05-25-2018 AB 2249 (Cooley). Public This bill would increase the dollar Contracts. Local Agencies. threshold for when certain construction Alternate Procedures - Letter projects have to go out to bid and for of Support when alternate bidding procedures have to be used. It would codify the California Uniform Construction Cost Accounting Commission to increase the no -bid cap from $45,000 to $60,000; the informal bid level for projects between $45,000 to $175,000 to a new range of $60,000 to $200,000; and continue formal bidding procedures for any project over $200,000. If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl Bala, City Clerk, at extension 2624. KB:CB:LS:ssr