Town Council Meeting: June 3, 2015

Jun 3 2015

7:00 pm Fairfax Women's Club

Fairfax Women's Club - 46 Park Road, Fairfax 94930

AGENDA
REGULAR FAIRFAX TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
Fairfax Women’s Club, 46 Park Road
Wednesday, June 3, 2015, at 7:00 p.m.
Preceded by a Special Meeting in Closed Session at 5:00 p.m. at Town Hall, 142 Bolinas Road 
and
a Special Meeting in Open Session at 6:30pm at the Women's Club, 46 Park Road for the purpose
of conducting interviews for applicants to the Planning Commission and Parks and Rec Commission

SPECIAL MEETING, Town Hall, 142 Bolinas Road

5:00 PM – Call to order and adjourn to closed session on the following matters:

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6
Agency designated representative: Garret Toy, Town Manager; Michael Vivrette, Finance Director; Employee Organizations: SEIU Local 949 Miscellaneous Unit, Police Officers Association and Unrepresented Management Employees

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
Government Code section 54956.9(d) and (e)(2): one case

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL pursuant to Government Code Sections 54957(b),
54957.1(a)(5): Consideration of Application of Police Officer Mark Howlett for Industrial Disability Retirement

SPECIAL MEETING, Women’s Club, 46 Park Road

6:30 PM – Call to order

Packet Items
  1. Interviews of applicants to fill vacancy on the Planning Commission
  2. Interview of applicant to fill vacancy on the Parks and Recreation Commission

REGULAR MEETING, Fairfax Women’s Club, 46 Park Road

Packet Items
  1. Presentation of a plaque honoring the contributions and service of “Rosie The Riveters” with special recognition for Phyllis Gould of Fairfax
  2. Appointment of candidate to fill vacancy on the Planning Commission
  3. Appointment of candidate to fill vacancy on the Parks and Recreation Commission
  4. Adoption of a resolution honoring the contributions and service of “Rosie the Riveters” with special recognition for Phyllis Gould of Fairfax who served at the Kaiser Shipyards
  5. Accept Financial Statement and Disbursement Reports April 2015
  6. Approval of minutes for the March 18 and April 29, 2015 Town Council meetings
  7. Reappointment of Holly Bragman to the Fairfax Volunteer Board
  8. Reappointment of Fairfax Representative Jody Timms to the Marin Commission on Aging
  9. Adoption of a resolution calling for a General Municipal Election to be Held on November 3, 2015, for the Election of Certain Officers, Requesting the Marin County Board of Supervisors to Consolidate with the General Election Conducted on that Date, and Requesting Election Services of the County Clerk
  10. Approval of sponsorship of Streets for People Event on August 30, 2015
  11. Approval of the Notice of Completion for the Bank Street (Pavilion) Parking Lot Project
  12. Approval of second six-month period of the agreement with Sustainable Fairfax to implement the mandates of the Zero Waste grant and provide public education and outreach services for the Mandatory Commercial Recycling Ordinance and to encourage commercial composting
  13. Adoption of a Resolution Setting the Amount of the Special Municipal Services Tax for FY 2015– 2016
  14. Adoption of a Resolution Setting the Amount of the Utility Users Tax for FY 2015– 2016
  15. Adoption of a Resolution Setting the Pension Tax Rate to Support Fairfax Pension Obligations for FY 2015– 2016
  16. Adoption of a Resolution Setting a Fee for the Purpose of Funding Local Stormwater Pollution Prevention Activities for FY 2015– 2016
  17. Adoption of Resolution Setting the Tax Rate for the general obligation bonds (Measure K Bond Assessment) for FY 2015– 2016
  18. Adoption of a resolution continuing expenditures and revenues in accordance with the 2014-2015 Town Budget and continuing the 2015-2016 Budget Adoption
  19. Adoption of a Resolution Opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Any “FastTrack” Ratification Process, Expressing Concerns About Elements of the TPP, and Supporting Fair Trade Practices that Protect Jobs, Workers, the Environment, Public Health, and the Free and Open Internet
  20. Authorize Mayor to send a letter in opposition to Assembly Bill 57 re Wireless Telecommunications Facilities
  21. Authorize Mayor to send a letter to the Marin History Museum regarding disposition of artifacts and/or archival documentation associated with Fairfax
  22. Discuss/consider Fiscal Year 2015-16 Proposed Operating and Capital Improvement Budget
    Staff Report
    Proposed Budget
  23. Discuss/consider residents’ petitions regarding the Noise Ordinance
  24. Discuss policies regarding short-term/vacation rental of residential units
  25. Discuss/consider continuing the temporary bike rack at Broadway and Bolinas
  26. Second Reading by title only and adoption of Ordinance No. 790 Amending Town Code Title 8 (‘Health And Safety’), Chapter 8.44 (‘Clean Indoor Air And Health Protection’), to include restrictions on the usage of electronic smoking devices and prohibit smoking in tobacco retail stores
  27. Second Reading by title only and adoption of Ordinance No. 791 Amending Chapter 8.32 of the Town Code (“Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention”) to be consistent with the State Water Resources Control Board Stormwater Permit requirements
  28. Second Reading by title only and adoption of Ordinance No. 792 an Ordinance of the Town Council of the Town of Fairfax amending Chapter 10.04 of the Town Code (“Uniform Traffic Ordinance Adopted”) to allow overnight parking in Downtown by Town Council Resolution
  29. Adoption of a resolution to allow overnight parking on Center Boulevard between Pacheco and Pastori Avenues
  30. Second Reading by title only and adoption of Ordinance No. 793 Amending Chapter 17.036 of the Town Code, to update the procedure for directed referrals by the Town Council

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