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12PLEASE NOTE: The July 7, 2020 Woodland City Council will be conducted pursuant to the Governor’s Ex...
17JOINT REGULAR CITY COUNCIL/WOODLAND FINANCE AUTHORITY MEETING
18CALL TO ORDER
19ROLL CALL
20PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
21COMMUNICATIONS - PUBLIC COMMENT
22COMMUNICATIONS - COUNCIL/STAFF STATEMENTS AND REQUESTS
1SUBJECT: Long Range CalendarRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council receive the Long Range Calendar for informational purposes only.
24CONSENT CALENDAR
38SUBJECT: Memorandum of Agreement Side Letters of Agreement RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff rec...
2SUBJECT:  Investment Policy Update   RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council approve the updated Investment Policy for the City of Woodland.
39PUBLIC HEARINGS
3SUBJECT:  PUBLIC HEARING - Epic Bros Enterprises, Inc., Expansion of Commercial Cannabis Manufacturing Facility.  A proposed Conditional Use Permit amendment to allow expansion of a non-volatile cannabis manufacturing facility located at 1230 Harter Avenue, Suite J to include Suite H. RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council: 1) Receive the staff report; 2) Conduct a public hearing; 3) Find that the project is exempt from further environmental review pursuant to Class 1 and Class 32 Categorical Exemptions under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and find that the exemptions reflect the independent judgement of the City as lead agency under CEQA; and 4) Approve City Council Resolution No. 20- ___ approving a Conditional Use Permit Amendment to allow the expansion of a commercial cannabis non-volatile, manufacturing facility at 1230 Harter Avenue, Suite J to include Suite H, with recommended conditions of approval; 5) Approve City Council Resolution
4SUBJECT: PUBLIC HEARING - Woodland Storage CUP RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council 1) receive a report; 2) hold a public hearing; and 3) adopt Resolution No. _____,  approving a Mitigated Negative Declaration , 4) adopt Resolution No. _____, approving a Conditional Use Permit for Woodland Storage with associated lot line adjustment; and 5) adopt Resolution No. _____,  approving an Operating Agreement; and 6) adopt Resolution No. _____,  approving right-of-way/easement Summary Vacation,to allow for the development of a self-storage facility at 1434 East Main Street.
5SUBJECT:  PUBLIC HEARING - Adoption of Amendments to the Community Development Block Grant Citizen Participation Plan and Fiscal Year 2019/20 CDBG Action PlanRECOMMENDATION:  Staff recommends that the City Council take the following actions: 1) Hold a public hearing to receive community input on the proposed amendments to the City's Community Development Block Grant Public Participation Plan and the FY 2019/20 CDBG Action Plan; 2) Adopt Resolution No. approving an amendment to the City's Citizen Participation Plan and Amendment #1 to the FY 2019/20 CDBG Action Plan with the funding allocation recommended by staff; 3) Direct staff to complete the necessary paperwork to process Amendment #1 to the FY 2019/20 Action Plan, as well as any other related documents required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), incorporating the adopted funding allocation along with any public input received during the public comment period and tonight’s public hearing; 4) Direct staff
43REPORTS OF THE CITY MANAGER
6SUBJECT:  Update on COVID-19 Response and Preparedness RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Receive an update and discuss next steps.
7SUBJECT:  Award Commercial Modular Trailer Contracts for the Emergency Shelter Project, CIP #20-12 RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council take the following actions. 1) Determine by a four-fifths vote that there is a need to continue the emergency action to construct a temporary homeless shelter at County Road 102 and East Beamer Street in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 22050; 2) Adopt Resolution No. authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and award a vendor contract in the amount of $210,000 to AMS Global, Inc. for the purchase of three commercial modular trailers (restrooms, showers, and laundry) for the Emergency Shelter Project (CIP 20-12) and authorize a contract contingency of up to 5% ($10,500) of the total contract amount; and 3) Adopt Resolution No. authorizing the City Manager to negotiate and award a vendor contract in the amount of $97,200 to U.S. Mobile Kitchens for the purchase of one commercial modular trailer (mobile
8SUBJECT: Traffic Calming Program UpdateRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council:1. Receive an update on the Traffic Calming Program and pilot projects installed in 2019; and 2. Adopt Resolution No. _____, approving the updated Traffic Calming Warrants and Program Outline and direct staff to proceed with implementation of the Program under the new program guidelines.
9ADJOURN