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1CALL TO ORDER
2ROLL CALL
3PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
1COMMUNICATIONS - PUBLIC COMMENT
5COMMUNICATIONS - COUNCIL/STAFF STATEMENTS AND REQUESTS
6CONSENT CALENDAR
1SUBJECT:  Agreements in furtherance of the Acquisition of Property from Costalotta Partners, LLC and Foundation for Excellence at Woodland Christian Schools for the Sports Park Drive Pedestrian Overcrossing Project, CIP 17-22 RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council (1) Adopt Resolution No. _____, approving a Dedication Agreement and Temporary Construction Easement Agreement with Costalotta Partners, LLC (“Costalotta”) for the acquisition of certain property for the Sports Park Drive Pedestrian Overcrossing Project, CIP 17-22; and (2) Adopt Resolution No. _____, approving a Purchase Agreement with Foundation for Excellence at Woodland Christian Schools (“WCS”) for the acquisition of certain property for the Sports Park Drive Pedestrian Overcrossing Project, CIP 17-22, and a separate Agreement Regarding Responsibilities Related to Pedestrian Overcrossing Project and Exchange of Real Property with WCS in furtherance of the Pedestrian Overcrossing Project; and (3) Authorize the City Manager to execute the approved agreements and take all other actions necessary or appropriate in furtherance of the acquisition of the required property and implementation of the approved agreements.
8PUBLIC HEARINGS
1SUBJECT:  Zoning Amendment - Specialty Retail and Tasting Rooms in all Districts of the Downtown Specific Plan RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council take action on the following: (1) receive the staff report; (2) hold a public hearing; (3) adopt Resolution No. _____, amending the Downtown Specific Plan to allow specialty retail and tasting rooms as an accessory use in all districts of the Downtown Specific Plan.
1SUBJECT:  Public Hearing and Approval of the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Community Development Block Grant Annual Action PlanRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council take the following actions:1. Hold a public hearing to receive community input on the Fiscal Year (FY) 2021/22 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Action Plan (Attachment A); and2. Adopt Resolution No. _____, approving the FY 2021/22 CDBG Action Plan in substantially the same form as presented to the City Council with funding allocations as recommended by the CDBG Review Panel and appropriate an additional $93,286.72 in CDBG funds (Fund 320) from Program Income for the Library ADA Restrooms Upgrade (Attachment B); and3. Direct staff to submit the completed FY 2021/22 CDBG 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 allocations along with any public input received during the public comment period; and4. Direct staff to forward the completed FY 2021/22 Action once completed; and5. Authorize the City Manager to execute any agreements, contracts or related/required documents with the appropriate entities to carry out the CDBG funded activities; and6. Authorize the Finance Officer to make the budget allocations as specified.These actions are consistent with the 2020-2024 CDBG Consolidated Plan goals to assist low and moderate income persons.
1SUBJECT:  Public Hearing and Adoption of Amendment #2 to the Fiscal Year 2019/20 Community Development Block Grant Action PlanRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council take the following actions.1. Hold a public hearing to receive community input on the proposed amendment to the City's Fiscal Year 2019/20 Community Development Block Grant Action Plan; and2. Adopt Resolution No. _____, rescinding Resolution No. 7616 and approving Amendment #2 to the City's CDBG FY 2019/20 Action with the funding allocations recommended by the CDBG Review Panel to use CDBG-CV3 (CARES Act) funds of $422,821 for public services to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the Coronavirus (COVID-19); and3. Direct staff to complete the necessary paperwork to process Amendment #2, as well as any other related documents required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), incorporating the adopted funding allocations along with any public input received during the public comment period and tonight's public hearing;and4. Direct staff to forward the completed Amendment #2 and related documents to HUD; and5. Authorize the City Manager to execute any agreements, contracts, or related documents with the appropriate entities to carry out the CDBG funded activities; 6.  Appropriate $422,831 to the Community Development Block Grant Fund (320); and7. Authorize the Finance Officer to make the budget allocation as specified.
1SUBJECT:  PUBLIC HEARING - Weed Abatement Program Parcels not in ComplianceRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council (1) conduct a public hearing and (2) adopt Resolution No. _____, to hear and approve the list of parcels that were out of compliance for weed abatement requirements for the year 2020 and direct the Tax Collector of Yolo County to assess liens against real property to reimburse the City of the cost of removal of weeds, refuse, and dirt from the property.
1SUBJECT: PUBLIC HEARING - Waste Management Liens RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council conduct a Public Hearing to receive input from property owners and adopt Resolution No. _____, "A Resolution Requesting Collection of Charges on Tax Roll".
14REPORTS OF THE CITY MANAGER
19SUBJECT: Consideration of an Amended Resolution Establishing an Advisory Redistricting Commission for the 2021 Redistricting Process RECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council adopt Resolution No. _____, an Amended Resolution Establishing an Advisory Redistricting Commission for the 2021 Redistricting Process.
1SUBJECT:  Appointment of Members to the Advisory Redistricting CommissionRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION:  Staff recommends that the City Council appoint members to the Advisory Redistricting Commission.
1SUBJECT: First Reading – Ordinance adding Section 13.08.170 of the Municipal Code relating to Residential Container Location RequirementsRECOMMENDATION FOR ACTION: Staff recommends that the City Council introduce and waive the first reading of an Ordinance adding Section 13.08.170 of the Municipal Code relating to Residential Container Location Requirements.
1ADJOURN