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02-26-2019 CC Rpt 07 Date: 02-26-19 Item No.: 07 MINUTES CITY COUNCIL CITY OF CHINO HILLS FEBRUARY 12, 2019 REGULAR AND SPECIAL MEETING Mayor Moran called the Closed Session to order at 5:00 p.m. and requested the City Clerk to call roll. PRESENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: CYNTHIA MORAN ART BENNETT BRIAN JOHSZ RAY MARQUEZ PETER ROGERS ALSO PRESENT: KONRADT BARTLAM, CITY MANAGER MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK BENJAMIN MONTGOMERY, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. LABOR NEGOTIATOR DESIGNATION Motion was made by Council Member Rogers and seconded by Council Member Marquez to designate City Attorney Mark Hensley as Citys Labor Negotiator pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 regarding City Manager candidates Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ, ROGERS NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION Mayor Moran declared the meeting recessed at 5:05 p.m. for Closed Session. ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(e)(2) - Anticipated Litigation (1 case) 4/210 ANTICIPATED LITIGATION Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(e)(4) - Anticipated Litigation (1 case) REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATIONS Conference with Real Property Negotiators pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 for price and terms for property located at APN Nos. 1017-241-28 and 1030-341- 68; Konradt Bartlam, City's Negotiator and Chino Valley Independent Fire District, Negotiator EXISTING LITIGATION Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1) - Existing Litigation (3 cases): a) City of Chino Hills v. City of Industry; City of Industry City Council; Successor Agency to the Industry Urban-Development Agency; Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban-Development Agency; Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban-Development Agency, Real Party in Interest San Gabriel Valley Water and Power, LLC, et al., Los Angeles County Superior Court Case No. BS171398 b) City of Chino Hills v. Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban- Development Agency, et. al, Superior Court of California, Sacramento Case No. 34- 2017-80002719-C U-W M-G D S c) City of Chino Hills v. City of Industry; Successor Agency to the Industry Urban Development Agency; Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban-Development Agency, and Does 1 through 50, inclusive, respondents, San Gabriel Valley Water and Power, LLC, a California limited liability company; and Does 51 through 100, inclusive, Real Parties in Interest, Los Angeles County Superior Court Case No. BS172995 UNREPRESENTED EMPLOYEE - LABOR NEGOTIATIONS Conference with City's Labor Negotiator pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 regarding City Manager unrepresented employee: City Manager candidates PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT Public Employment, pursuant to Government Code Section 54957. Title: City Manager EXISTING LITIGATION Conference with Legal Counsel pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1 ) Existing Litigation - San Gabriel Valley Water and Power, LLC v. City of Chino Hills; City of Chino Hills City Council; City of Diamond Bar; City of Diamond Bar City Council; City of Industry; City of Industry City Council; Successor Agency to the Industry Urban- Development Agency; Board of Directors of the Successor Agency to the Industry Urban Development Agency; Tres Hermanos Conservation Authority; Does 1 though 100, Case No. CIVDS1904434 5/210 CLOSED SESSION RECESS Mayor Moran recessed the Closed Session at 6:44 p.m. CONVENE REGULAR MEETING AND ROLL CALL Mayor Moran called the regular meeting order at 7:00 p.m. PRESENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: CYNTHIA MORAN ART BENNETT BRIAN JOHSZ RAY MARQUEZ PETER ROGERS ALSO PRESENT: KONRADT BARTLAM, CITY MANAGER MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK CHRISTA BUHAGIAR, FINANCE DIRECTOR DENISE CATTERN, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER KYLE COLLINS, DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF BRANDON FONACIER, COMMUNITY RELATIONS ANALYST I JOANN LOMBARDO, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR NADEEM MAJAJ, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR JONATHAN MARSHALL, COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR JESSICA MEJIA, DEPUTY CITY CLERK II BENJAMIN MONTGOMERY, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER JOHN WALKER, POLICE CHIEF, CHINO HILLS POLICE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG Led by Mayor Moran INVOCATION Led by Pastor Michael Obadja, Abbalove ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION There was no reportable action taken in Closed Session. CONFLICT OF INTEREST ANNOUNCEMENTS There were no conflict of interest announcements to record. PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER REPORT Public Information Officer Cattern announced the following events: • Paws at the Park Vendor on Saturday, March 9th from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Vila Borba Park, 17001 Amadora Drive 6/210 • Pitch, Hit and Run Competition Saturday, March 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to noon at Chino Hills Community Park, sponsored by Scotts and Major League Baseball. Register online at www.pitchhitrun.com • Friends of the Chino Hills Library Book Sale March 2nd and 3rd, "Buy the Bag." • 19th Annual Water Conservation Design-a-Sign. Create a water conservation sign. Theme, "Do Your Park, Be Water Smart!" Entries due Friday, March 15th at 4:30 p.m. www.chinohills.orq/designasign • Chino Hills Track and Field Meet, registration deadline March 1st. Schools in Chino Hills can register their teams now. Event to take place at Ayala High School on March 16th. www.chinohills.orq/trackandfield • President's Day Holiday on Monday February 18th. City facilities, City Hall, Library and the Police lobby will be closed. PRESENTATIONS NEW CITY EMPLOYEE: Mayor Moran introduced the following new City employee: Christopher Sambrano, Sanitation Division Maintenance Worker I PUBLIC COMMENTS Samantha James-Perez, recently appointed Parks and Recreation Commissioner, introduced herself to the Chino Hills Community. Claudia Lopez, resident, requested a stop or speed limit sign to be installed at Williams Avenue and Avery Street. Jane DeFrank, resident, spoke on concerns of the 55+ Club regarding Ayala High School students parking at the Community Center. Winn Williams, Chino Valley Fire Department Board Member, complimented the Fire Department and Fire Chief, Tim Shackelford. Steven Kurtz, representing CDM Smith, spoke on the formal bid submitted for the SCADA project that was recently protested due to an incorrect bid form being submitted. He acknowledged that Addendum 1 was not submitted but noted that the changes did not affect the scope or price of their bid. Luis Esparza, resident, spoke regarding the City Manager's retirement and contract; inquired about transient occupancy fees for existing hotels, and spoke in opposition of the proposed Holiday Inn Express at the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center. Laura Montague, resident, announced a free event hosted by the Inland Valley Humane Society for microchipping for pets from February 1st through the 28th. Gabriel DeLuna, resident, read excerpts from the vision statements noted in the General Plan, spoke on the Site Plan Review Amendment and current plan already approved, and 7/210 spoke in opposition of the proposed Holiday Inn Express at the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center. Leslie Whitney, David Greathouse, Adrian Fernandez, Ted Johnson and Bruce Guest, residents, spoke in opposition of the proposed Holiday Inn Express at the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center. Billie Peltier, resident, spoke in opposition of the proposed Holiday Inn Express at the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center and requested more focus on the traffic concerns and additional patrol of law enforcement. Vera Orafice, resident, spoke on traffic concerns on Picasso Drive, Butterfield Ranch Road and Pomona Rincon Road. Thomas Simon, Simon Group Real Estate, thanked Staff for the recent acquisition and preservation of the Tres Hermanos property, and spoke in favor of proposed Holiday Inn Express at the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center is proposed. Lee Guenveur, resident, thanked the City for the hosting the Quality of Life Meeting; spoke on the Tres Hermanos Meeting held on February 7th; recommended the preservation of the property as open space; and presented his concerns of potential parking issues where the Holiday Inn Express at the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center is proposed. Joanne Genis, resident, thanked Staff for the recent acquisition and preservation of the Tres Hermanos property, spoke in opposition of the proposed Holiday Inn Express at the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center, spoke on Senate Bill 970, thanked the City for hosting the Quality of Life Meetings, and attended the Prado Help Us Grow event. CITY DEPARTMENT BUSINESS CONSENT CALENDAR Item Nos. 15, regarding monthly Financial Report; and 25 regarding contract with Onyx Paving, Inc. were pulled from the Consent Calendar for discussion and separate votes. Motion was made by Vice Mayor Bennett and seconded by Council Member Marquez to approve the following Consent Calendar items: MINUTES The City Council approved the January 22 Regular and February 5, 2019 Special, City Council Meeting Minutes, as presented. CITY OFFICIAL REPORTS The City Council received and filed the City Official Reports pursuant to Travel, Training and Meetings Reimbursement Policy for the period of October 24, 2018 through January 22, 2019, as presented. WARRANT REGISTERS The City Council approved Warrant Registers and Wires for the period of January 10 through 30, 2019, in an amount of$3,473,658.43, as presented. 8/210 INVESTMENT REPORT The City Council received and filed the Investment Report for month ended December 31, 2018, as presented. UNCLAIMED FUNDS - RECTRAC HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNT The City Council authorized the publication of a notice for two successive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation for unclaimed funds held by the City of Chino Hills in the RecTrac Household Account for three or more years and authorized monies not claimed within 60 days after the publication of the first notice to become property of the City and transferred to the Community Services Fund. AGREEMENT AMENDMENT- LASERFICHE DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM The City Council approved the execution of Amendment No. 3 to Agreement No. A2015-029 with ECS Imaging, Inc., increasing the total not-to-exceed amount from $134,264 to $149,617 to accommodate the 2019 annual maintenance costs and extend the contract term to February 21, 2020 for the Laserfiche Document Management System. AGREEMENT - AUDIO AND LIGHTING SERVICES The City Council authorized the execution of Agreement No. 2019-032 with Above The Crowd Productions in an amount not to exceed $46,980 to provide audio and lighting services for Concerts in the Park and Independence Celebration through August 31, 2021. ENGINEERS REPORT - LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 1 - RESOLUTION ADOPTED The City Council adopted Resolution No. 2019R-003 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Acting in its Capacity as the Governing Body of Chino Hills Landscape and Lighting District No. 1, Pursuant to Provisions of Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 (Streets and Highways Code, Section 22500 Et Sea., State of California) Ordering the Preparation of the Fiscal Year 2019/20 Engineer's Report. ENGINEERS REPORT - VELLANO LANDSCAPE AND LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT- RESOLUTION ADOPTED The City Council adopted Resolution No. 2019R-004 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California,Acting in its Capacity as the Governing Body of Chino Hills Vellano Landscape and Lighting Maintenance District, Pursuant to Provisions of Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 (Streets and Highways Code, Section 22500 Et Sea., State of California) Ordering the Preparation of the Fiscal Year 2019/20 Engineer's Report. ENGINEERS REPORT - SPECIAL MAINTENANCE AREAS 1 AND 2 - RESOLUTION ADOPTED The City Council adopted Resolution No. 2019R-005 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Initiating Proceedings and Ordering the Preparation of the Fiscal Year 2019/20 Engineer's Report for the Chino Hills Special Maintenance Areas 1 and 2 9/210 ENGINEERS REPORT - LOS SERRANOS LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT - RESOLUTION ADOPTED The City Council adopted Resolution No. 2019R-006 of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Acting in its Capacity as the Governing Body of Chino Hills Los Serranos Lighting Maintenance District, Pursuant to Provisions of Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 (Streets and Highways Code, Section 22500 Et Sea., State of California) Ordering the Preparation of the Fiscal Year 2019/20 Engineer's Report. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS - CALLE SAN MARCOS AND EAGLE CANYON DRIVE PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PROJECT- RESOLUTION ADOPTED The City Council (1) adopted Resolution No. 2019R-007, of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Approving the Design and Plans for Construction of the Calle San Marcos and Eagle Canyon Drive Pavement Rehabilitation Project Pursuant to Government Code Section §830.6; (2) authorized staff to solicit bids for construction; and (3) determined the project to be exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, as amended, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq. ("CEQA") pursuant to Section 15301 of CEQA Guidelines. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS - FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT- RESOLUTION ADOPTED The City Council (1) adopted Resolution No. 2019R-008, of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Approving the Design and Plans for Construction of the FY 2018-19 Street Improvement Project Pursuant to Government Code Section§ 830.6; (2) authorized staff to solicit bids for construction; and (3) determined the project to be exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, as amended, Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq. ("CEQA") pursuant to Section 15301 of CEQA Guidelines. AGREEMENT- REGIONAL MUNICIPAL SEPARATE STORM SEWER SYSTEM (MS4) PERMIT The City Council authorized the City Manager to execute the Joint Defense and Common Interest Agreement No. A2019-033 for the proposed Regional Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit between San Bernardino, Riverside, and Orange counties. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ, ROGERS NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE DISCUSSION CALENDAR FINANCIAL REPORT- SECOND QUARTER BUDGET REVIEW Council Member Marquez pulled this item for discussion and separate vote. He inquired about adjustments made to the budget. City Manager Bartlam responded that it is a 10/210 quarterly process that looks at budgeted revenue and expenses in an attempt to make adjustments, and that the budget is going up by $1.7 million dollars. Following discussion, a motion was made by Council Member Marquez and seconded by Council Member Rogers to (1) receive and filed the monthly Financial Report for December 2018; and (2) adopt Resolution No. 2019R-009 A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, California, Adopting a Budget Amendment for Fiscal Year 2018-19 Increasing the Budget in Various Funds by $1,716,773.63 for Adjustments Based on the Second Quarter Budget Review. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ, ROGERS NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE BID AWARD - YORBA AVENUE AND LOS SERRANOS COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PROJECT Council Member Johsz pulled this item for discussion and separate vote. He wanted to highlight the $353,000 repaving project. Following a discussion, a motion was made by Council Member Johsz and seconded by Vice Mayor Bennett to (1) award Agreement No. A2019-034 to Onyx Paving, Inc. in the amount of $353,000 for the Yorba Avenue and Los Serranos Country Club Drive Pavement Rehabilitation Project; (2) authorize staff to issue a Notice of Award; (3) authorize staff to accept the performance and payment bonds, proof of insurance, and issue a Notice to Proceed upon receipt and acceptance of such; and (4) authorize the City Manager, at his discretion, to approve cumulative change orders up to ten percent ($35,300) of the awarded contract amount. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ, ROGERS NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE 2018 CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE AMENDMENTS City Manager Bartlam briefed the City Council on the staff report, which is on file in the City Clerk's office. 11/210 Motion was made by Council Member Marquez and seconded by Council Member Rogers to adopt Resolution No. 2019R-010, of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, Adopting the 2018 Conflict of Interest Code in Accordance vith the Political Reform Act. Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: MARQUEZ, ROGERS, BENNETT, GRAHAM, MORAN NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE PLANNING COMMISSION MATTERS SITE PLAN REVIEW 15SPR03 FIRST AMENDMENT, TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP 19846, SUBSEQUENT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, AND SUBSEQUENT MITGATION MONITORING REPORTING PROGRAM Site Plan Review 15SPR03 - Tentative Parcel Map 19846 - The Rincon Freeway Commercial Center, Eaton Lane Associates, Applicant: The Planning Commission adopted a resolution adopting a subsequent mitigated negative declaration and subsequent mitigation monitoring reporting program under the California Environmental Quality Act, approving Site Plan Review 15SPR03 First Amendment and Tentative Parcel Map 19846 for the modification of the Rincon Freeway Commercial Center Development Project on 10.42 acres to remove 60,000-square-foot medical office building and add 70,000-square-foot Holiday Inn Express on the northeastern side of Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pomona Rincon Road and determining that the project is exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act based on findings of fact and subject to conditions of approval. Following discussion, Vice Mayor Bennett and Council Member Johsz requested to review the matter and schedule a Public Hearing for further review at a future City Council meeting. City Clerk Balz noted for the record that 35 emails were received on the matter and distributed as of 6:42 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUNDS - 2019-20 PROGRAM YEAR Management Analyst Alma Hernandez briefed the City Council on the staff report, which is on file in the City Clerk's Office. Leslie Tepe, Interim Branch Manger of The San Bernardino County Library, provided a brief background on the Adult Literacy program at the James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch. She stated the branch offers an Adult Literacy Program that provides free tutoring and instructional support to English-speaking illiterate adult learners. The goal is to help others: apply for a job, access the internet, passing a written DMV exam, helping 12/210 their children with their homework or obtaining a GED or other degree. The program serves the community directly with two programs: individual tutoring and mature drivers education. The goal is to assist 40 individuals was met and surpassed as of September 2018. Kevin Cisneroz, Board President of The Chino Neighborhood House, stated that they provide food provisions and clothing to extremely-low to moderate-income families in Chino and Chino Valley Unified School District. They offer a store for families to come into every month to select groceries that they need. Currently, 350 families and seniors are being served that live in the Chino Valley Unified School District. They anticipate they will be able to assist 90 Chino Hills residents during the program year. Council Member Rogers asked how much CDBG funding is provided by The City of Chino. Mr. Cisneroz responded $13,000. Pat Bell, Director of Development at The House of Ruth, spoke about services for domestic violence survivors which includes lifesaving crisis counseling, case management, 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency and transitional shelter, individual and group counseling, children's programs, emergency food and clothing, case management, legal services, support groups, self-sufficiency workshops, legal and social services advocacy, and prevention education. She added that in 2018, they received from Chino Hills 83 domestic violence calls. Their goal is to assist a minimum of 40 Chino Hills residents. She thanked the City for their partnership and assistance. Council Member Marquez asked how many residents from the City of Chino Hills were helped last year and thanked them for their services. Ms. Bell responded 42 individuals. Carmen Garcia, CEO of The Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board (IFHMB), spoke on services provided that include conflict resolution services to landlords and tenants which educate all parties on landlord-tenant rights and responsibilities. She added that they also provide Fair Housing Services, which provides fair housing information, education, outreach, medication and case management activities. Last year's Landlord Tenant Services contract promised to help 42 individuals and in the first 7 months of the contract they have assisted 54 individuals. Last year's Fair Housing contract promised to assist 20 individuals, in the first 7 months of the contract have assisted 27 individuals. Mayor Moran asked where the IFHMB office is located. Ms. Garcia responded in that the main office is Ontario and that there are satellite offices. Council Member Rogers and Vice Mayor Bennett asked if services would be denied to Chino Hills residents if no were funding provided. Ms. Garcia responded that if funding were cut, fewer services would be provided in the Inland Empire area. Brandon Adachi, Special Olympics Southern California, stated they provide community-based sports training, health fitness, recreation, athletic leadership and competition opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities participating in programs in the Pomona Valley free of charge. The project they are requesting funds for is the Pomona Valley Area Games, which will be held at the Boys Republic in 2020. He 13/210 added that they offer two sports programs: bocce and athletics (track and field) during the spring season. Athletes have the opportunity to train and compete in the sports. Mayor Moran opened the public hearing and asked if anyone wished to address the City Council on the matter. Hearing no requests to speak, Mayor Moran closed the public hearing. The City Council discussed the merits and value of each of the requests. Following discussion, a motion was made by Council Member Rogers and seconded by Council Member Marquez, to allocate Community Development Block Grant Funds to Public Service Projects for Program Year 2019-20 as follows: San Bernardino County Library, Chino Hills Branch $15,000 Chino Neighborhood House $10,000 House of Ruth $15,000 Inland Fair Housing and Meditation Board $10,000 Special Olympics Southern California $ 6,400 Motion carried as follows: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: MORAN, BENNETT, JOHSZ, MARQUEZ, ROGERS NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE SAFETY UPDATE - Police and Fire Police: Police Chief Walker briefed and thanked Council and the Community on the Quality of Life conferences that were held in the prior weeks, and spoke on reallocation of resources for traffic concerns. Fire: Deputy Chief Kyle Collins reminded the residents of Chino Hills that sandbags will be available at Station Nos. 62 at 5551 Butterfield Ranch Road and No. 64 at 16231 Canyon Lane. COUNCIL REPORTS CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE FOR MEN - CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE Council Member Marquez attended the California Institute for Men - Citizens Advisory Committee meeting and spoke about the water treatment facility and noted that it is treated and used at Chaffey College. They discussed the mental facility that is on track for groundbreaking in August 2020, and he thanked the cub scouts for assisting on the California Institution for Men and Women Beautification Project. 14/210 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS Council Member Marquez attended the Southern California Association of Governments meeting and stated that they discussed the sustainable and community strategy, the regional council added new members, and Federal and State legislation regarding affordable housing updates. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Council Member Marquez attended the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority meeting and stated they discussed having more Metrolink Friday night train services available, update on the San Bernardino line fair discount, and Redlands passenger rail project, EIR and right-of-way. CHINO BASIN DESALTERAUTHORITY Council Member Rogers attended the Chino Basin Desalter Authority meeting and stated that they were in Closed Session for the majority of the meeting for Round 2 of candidates, discussed issues of the Phase 3 expansion in Jurupa, and cost of living adjustments for CDA employees. COUNCIL COMMENTS Marquez: Council Member Marquez spoke on the Prado Regional Park Master Plan meeting, 55+ Club fundraiser dinner at Cannataro's Restaurant, thanked Community Development Director Lombardo for attending the RHNA Sub-Committee meeting that discussed the regional housing unit numbers for affordable housing that are coming-out in 2020, discussed the first Tres Hermanos Conservation JPA meeting held on February 7th, spoke on the well-attended Quality of Life meeting, and mentioned the Fire Safe Council meeting regarding Carbon Canyon Road Study. Johsz: Council Member Johsz thanked residents who attended the Quality of Life meetings, reminded residents to call 911 and not just post on social media, thanked residents for their patience with the Tres Hermanos property, thanked the Public Works Department for their assistance during the rainy season for pot holes, and spoke on the California Institute for Men and Women Beautification Project. Bennett: Vice Mayor Bennett recommended calling the dispatch number 909-465-6837 versus 911 in an emergency to avoid being routed through the Highway Patrol, spoke on the Quality of Life session discussions, discussed parking issues at the Community Center, wished everyone a Happy President's Day, and reminded residents to turn off their sprinklers during the rainy season. Rogers: Council Member Rogers spoke on the huge historic event of signing the agreement regarding Tres Hermanos, forming of the JPA and thanked all the key players assisting in the preservation of the property. He also spoke on the Quality of Life sessions held, and announced that the Chino Hills Community Foundation concert series will be held at the Community Center. Moran: Mayor Moran asked Public Works Director Majaj about the street restoration near Soquel Canyon due to a water leak. Public Works Director Majaj responded that it is 12 feet deep and in the process of repairing they found another leak and will hold off until 15/210 the rain stops. Mayor Moran inquired when the roads are scheduled to be repaved and Public Works Director Majaj responded it will be advertised in late April from Pipeline Avenue to Pomona Rincon Road. Mayor Moran asked City Manager Bartlam about the removal of the signs placed around the City from the BIA. City Manager Bartlam responded that it is up to them to remove but we will contact them directly. Mayor Moran announced the following events: • Kids Art Exploration Day March 2nd from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Shoppes at Chino Hills, sponsored by the Chino Hills Community Foundation. Registration required www.chinohills.orq/chARTS • Pop-Up City Hall, Saturday, March 16th at 12:00 p.m. at Albertsons on Soquel Canyon Parkway and Los Serranos Country Club Drive. • Applications are being accepted for Planning Commissioner recruitment until February 26th, applications are available online • Student Member Parks and Recreation Commission recruitment is starting and the deadline to apply is April 5th. Students must be a junior or senior next year, in good academic standing, Chino Hills resident attending high school on a full-time basis. Applications are available online. ADJOURN IN MEMORIAM Mayor Moran adjourned the meeting at 9:03 p.m. in tribute and honor of those who serve and have served in the Armed Forces at home and abroad. Their sacrifice and strength protect the goals and ideals that have made this Country great. Respectfully submitted, CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK APPROVED: 16/210