CALL MEETING TO ORDER by Mayor and ROLL CALL by City Clerk
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
INVOCATION (assigned to Councilmember Phan)
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ANNOUNCEMENTS AND FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
Members of the City Council may make brief announcements or suggest future agenda items at this time. For future agenda items, the City Council shall not debate the topic or engage in discussion, but shall simply state a “yes” or “no” as to whether to direct the City Manager to place the item on a future meeting agenda. If a majority of the City Council agrees to place an item on a future meeting agenda, the City Manager shall place the item on a subsequent agenda for City Council discussion.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
READING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CODE OF CONDUCT
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Consent calendar items are considered to be routine and will be considered for adoption by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a City Councilmember, member of the audience or staff requests the Council to remove an item from (or be added to) the consent calendar. Any person desiring to speak on any item on the consent calendar should ask to have that item removed from the consent calendar.
Recommendation: Approve meeting minutes of the November 17, 2020 Regular City Council meeting drafted by the City Clerk.
Following receipt of election results from the City Clerk, adopt a resolution certifying election results and adding Tract No. 10533 to Community Facilities District 2005-1 (Annexation No. 21); and
Approve Final Tract Map No. 10533, including approval of street names and accept all offers of dedications as stated and depicted on the final map upon completion and acceptance of improvements; and
Approve and authorize the City Manager to execute the Subdivision Improvement Agreement between the City of Milpitas and Robson Homes, LLC.
Recommendation: Following receipt of election results from the City Clerk, adopt a resolution certifying election results and adding Parcel 5 to Community Facilities District No. 2008-1 (Annexation No. 20) for 355 Sango Ct.
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution eliminating pay raise for unrepresented miscellaneous employees effective in 2021, previously authorized on June 18, 2019, as specified in Resolution No. 8888, and eliminating the 2021 raise for Unrepresented Police Management classifications and Unrepresented Fire Management classifications.
Recommendation: Approve and authorize the City Manager to execute the First Amendment to the 2019 State Homeland Security Grant Program Agreement.
Recommendation: Accept the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and other Related Annual Audited Reports for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2020.
Recommendation: Per recommendation from Mayor Tran, confirm his re-appointment of current Commissioner Patti Sexton - first appointed on September 18, 2018 - to a new 3-year term on the Energy and Environmental Sustainability Commission, a term which will expire in October 2023.
Recommendation: Accept staff report on Unhoused Response and Prevention in Milpitas and provide direction on next steps, if any.
Recommendation: Adopt a resolution to endorse the 2020-2025 Santa Clara County Community Plan to End Homelessness
Recommendation: Receive staff report on Railroad Quiet Zone process and provide direction to staff.
LEADERSHIP AND SUPPORT SERVICES
Receive presentation from staff.
Following the City Attorney reading the title, move to waive the first reading beyond the title and introduce Ordinance No. 23.15 to update the municipal code section on purchasing.
Recommendation: Following the reading of the title by the City Attorney, move to waive the first reading beyond the title and introduce Ordinance No. 65.150, adding Chapter 32 (Responsible Construction) to Title III of the Milpitas Municipal Code.
Recommendation: Discuss and provide direction to staff on negotiating a citywide Project Labor Agreement with the Building and Construction Trades Council and/or consider adopting a resolution committing to negotiate and execute a Project Labor Agreement per project.
REPORTS OF MAYOR & COUNCILMEMBERS - from the assigned Commissions, Committees and Agencies
Recommendation: Discuss City Council sponsored event process; and, discuss and provide direction on the City's 2020 US Census outreach and any Council sponsorship.
Recommendation: Review list of items presented (list in agenda packet) that have been requested by City Councilmembers on a form, at a Council meeting, or through the City Manager. Direct items to a City Council Subcommittee, to be placed onto a specific meeting date, or specify alternate direction to staff. No substantive discussion about any specific item shall occur and the City Council shall hold all debate about the item until it is scheduled as a full agenda item.
NEXT AGENDA PREVIEW
Recommendation: Receive list of anticipated agenda items for the December 15, 2020 regular City Council meeting.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE OPEN GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE
Government’s duty is to serve the public, reaching its decisions in full view of the public. Commissions and other agencies of the City exist to conduct the people’s business. This ordinance assures that deliberations are conducted before the people and the City operations are open to the people’s review.
For more information on your rights under the Open Government Ordinance or to report a violation, contact the City Attorney’s office at Milpitas City Hall, 455 E. Calaveras Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone: 408-586-3040
The Open Government Ordinance is codified in the Milpitas Municipal Code as Title I Chapter 310 and is available online at the City’s website www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov by selecting the Milpitas Municipal Code link.
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