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18CALL TO ORDER
1ROLL CALL
2PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3COMMUNICATIONS - PUBLIC COMMENT
4COMMUNICATIONS - COUNCIL/STAFF STATEMENTS AND REQUESTS
17MINUTES
18SUBJECT: Planning Commission Meeting Minutes of June 20, 2019 RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council receive the minutes of the Planning Commission Meeting of June 20, 2019.
7PRESENTATIONS
8SUBJECT:  ProclamationRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council adopt a Proclamation Condemning the Recent Shootings throughout the United States.
9CONSENT CALENDAR
10SUBJECT: Award Construction Contract for the Woodland Regional Park Nature Trail, CIP #19-17 RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council (1) adopt Resolution No. _____to award a construction contract in the amount of $381,203.40 to F Loduca Co for CIP 19-17, Regional Park Site and authorize a contract contingency of up to 10% ($38,120.34), and authorize the City Manager to execute the construction contract and change orders and (2) approve a consultant services agreement for construction management and inspection services with Associated Engineering Consultants, Inc., in the amount of $57,000 and authorize the City Manager to execute the agreement and change orders up to 15%.
11PUBLIC HEARINGS
12SUBJECT: Approval of Fiscal Year 2019 Community Development Block Grant Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report and Budget Amendment for CDBG Program RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council: 1.Hold a public hearing to receive community input on the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER); and 2.Approve the FY19 CDBG CAPER; and 3.Adopt Resolution No. _____, approving the following appropriations and amending the FY20 budget as necessary to increase CDBG funding by $18,000 (Fund 320): (1) an additional $1,000 for CommuniCare’s Outdoor Wellness Garden, (2) an additional $5,000 for New Hope Community Development Corporation’s Cottonwood Meadows Stairwell/Siding Dry-Rot Improvements Phase III, (3) an additional $5,000 for the Woodland Public Library’s ADA Restroom Upgrade, and (4) an additional $7,000 for the City of Woodland’s ADA Accessibility Project; a tot
13REPORTS OF THE CITY MANAGER
14SUBJECT:  Approval of Amendment to Valley Clean Energy Alliance Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) to add Associate Membership Category RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council: 1.Approve the amendment of the Valley Clean Energy Joint Powers Agreement creating an Associate Membership category; and 2.Waive 30-day notice by Valley Clean Energy in this instance to JPA member jurisdictions for JPA agreement amendments.
15SUBJECT: Ordinance Amending Section 16.48.20 of the Municipal Code Relating to Dedication of Park Land and Facilities RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council waive first reading and read by title only, an Ordinance amending the City of Woodland Municipal Code section 16.48.020 pertaining to the dedication of park land and facilities.
16SUBJECT:  Discussion of Potential 2020 Ballot Measures RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council: 1. Re-affirm prior Council direction to seek renewal of the City’s Measure J ¼-cent sales tax via a measure to be placed on the ballot for the November 2020 general election, and 2. Consider other potential ballot measures that the Council may wish to present to the voters at either the March 2020 primary election or November 2020 general election.
17ADJOURN