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1 CITY OF CORNING SPECIAL CLOSED MEETING SESSION TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2010 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 794 THIRD STREET A. CALL TO ORDER: 6:30 p.m. B. ROLL CALL: Council: Mayor: Vacant Ross Turner Toni Parkins John Leach Gary Strack The Brown Act requires that the Council provide the opportunity for persons in the audience to briefly address the Council on the subject(s) scheduled for tonights closed session. Is there anyone wanting to comment on the subject(s) the Council will be discussing in closed session? If so, please come to the podium, identify yourself and give us your comments. C. ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION: PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT: Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957: City Manager Evaluation D. RECONVENE SPECIAL MEETING AND REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION: E. CALL TO ORDER: 7:30 p.m. CITY OF CORNING CITY COUNCIL AGENDA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2010 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 794 THIRD STREET F. ROLL CALL: Council: Vacant Ross Turner Toni Parkins Mayor: G. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Led by the City Manager. John Leach Gary Strack H. PROCLAMATIONS. RECOGNITION'S. APPOINTMENTS. PRESENTATIONS: i. BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR: If there is anyone in the audience wanting to speak on an item not already on tonight's Agenda, please come to the podium, identify yourself and briefly present your information to the CounciL. If an item is already on the agenda, please wait until that item comes up for discussion and then obtain the Mayor's attention so you wil be allowed to speak. A three-minute time limit wil apply unless the Council makes an exception due to special circumstances. If your matter will require more time or formal action by the Council, the law requires that it be placed on the printed Agenda for a future meeting so that interested members of the public will have the chance to appear and speak on the subject. THE CITY OF CORNING IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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3 Item No.: J-2 MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: IIONORABLE MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS LORI SIMS ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN DATE: October 6, 2010 SUBJECT: Cash Disbursement Detail Report for the Tuesday, October 12, 2010 Council Meeting PROPOSED CASH DISBURSEMENTS FOR YOUR APPROVAL CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING: A. Cash Disbursements Ending 09-30'-10 $ 17, B. Payroll Disbursements Ending $ 34, C. Cash Disbursements Ending $ 329, D. Payroll Disbursements Ending $ 42, GRAND TOTAL $ 423,873.68

4 REPORT.: Sep RUN...: Sep Run By.: LORI Check Number OÜ253 Thursday Time: 12:09 CITY OF CORNING Cash Disbursement Detail Report Check Listing for Bank Account.: 1020 Check Vendor Gross Discount Net Payment Information Date Number Name Amount Amoun t Amount Invoice # Description /27/10 NOR09 NORTHERN CA TITLE COMPAN 150 _ IN SIGNAL IMPROV-STR PROJ 09/27/10 WAT02. 09/28/10 DIMOO 09/29/10 BASOl 09/29/10 CA02 09/29/10 COR12 09/29/10 LINOl 09/29/10 MR.Ol 09/29/10 NAPOl WATSON, THOMA J_ DIMENSIONS UNLIMITED, INC BASIC LAORATORY, INC CALLIA VALLEY SUPPLY Check Total : CORNING FORD MERCURY, INC LINCOLN EQUIPMENT, INC. MR. ROOTER PLUMING NAPA AUTO PARTS Check Total : /29/10 NOR31 NORM'S PRINTING /29/10 PAC16 PACIFIC TELEMAAGEMENT SE /29/10 PGEOl PG&E /29/10 PGE2A PG&E /29/10 RAOl ROLLS, ANERSON & ROLLS /29/10 USBOl US BANCORP /29/10 XEROO XEROX CORPORATION /30/10 \A050 ALLISON REALTY ASSOC, /30/10 \B039 BOONE, ROBERT /30/10 \J018 JACKSON, JANET & MALYCE /30/10 \J019 JAMISON PROPERTIES, /30/10 \0019 0' SULLIVAN, DIAN 208 _ _ _ _ SI F _ B B _ B B B00901 PROF SVCS-POLICE PAGE: '001 ID #: PY-DP CTL.: COR CONSULTANT-FLOOD MITIGATI Prof Services Water Dept MAT & SUPPLIES - WTR MAT & SUPPLIES-WTR MAT & SUPPLIES-WTR Veh Opr/Maint-POLICE MAT & SUPPLIES-POOL BLD MAINT-TRAS FAC Veh Opr /Maint- Veh Opr/Maint- PRINTING/ADV - POLICE COMMICATIONS-GEN CITY TRAFFIC SIGNAL-MAGUERITE ELECT-BLUE HERON CT SIGNAL IMPROV-STR PROJ Rents/LeaseS-GEN CITY EQUIP MAINT- POLICE MQ CUSTOMER REFUN FOR AL MQ CUSTOMER REFUND FOR BO MQ CUSTOMER REFUND FOR JA MQ CUSTOMER REFUND FOR JA MQ CUSTOMER REFUND FOR 0'

5 REPORT.: Sep RUN...: Sep 3010 Run By.: LORI Check Numer /30/10 \V027 09/30/10 \V028 Thursday Time: 12: 09 CITY OF CORNING Cash Disbursement Detail Report Check Listing for Bank Account.: 1020 PAGE: 002 ID #: PY-DP CTL.: COR Check Vendor Gross Discount Net Payment Information Date Number Name Amount Amount Amoun t Invoice # Description /30/10 \P033 PAR, KATHRYN B00901 MQ CUSTOMER REFUND FOR PA VALENCIA, MATHA VANOORN, BARAR _ B B00901 MQ CUSTOMER REFUND FOR VA MQ CUSTOMER REFUN FOR VA Cash Account Total...: Total Disbursements...: ============ ============ ============ Cash Account Total. _... _ : _ 00

6 REPORT.: Sep RUN...: Sep R.un By.: LORI Thursday Time: 12:09 CITY OF CORNING Cash Disbursement Detail Report - Payroll Vendor Payment (s) Check Listing for Bank Account.: 1025 PAGE: 003 ID #: PY-DP CTL.: COR Check Check Vendor Gross Discount Net Payment Information Number Date Number Name Amoun t Amount Amount Invoice # Description /28/10 AFLOl AMRICAN FAMILY LIFE _ B00930 AFLAC INS. PRE TAX 101_ IB00930 AFLAC INS. AFTER TAX Check Total : /28/10 BLU02 BLUE SHIELD OF CALIFORNIA B00930 MEDICAL INSURACE /28/10 CITOl CITY OF CORNING 6 6 B00930 CHGS FOR WAGE ATCHMT /28/10 OEUOl OPERATING ENGINEERS # _00 B00930 MEDICAL INSURACE /28/10 OEU02 OPERATING ENG. (DUES) B00930 UNION DUES MGMNT IB00930 UNION DUES POLICE B00930 UNION DUES DISPATCH B00930 UNION DUES-MISC Check Total... _ : /28/10 PRI04 PRINCIPAL B00930 DENTAL INSURACE IB00930 VISION INSURCE Check Total..... _.... : 4092 _ /28/10 TRA03 TRASAMRICA LIFE INS CO B00930 LIFE INSURACE Cash Account Total...: _ Total Disbursements...: _

7 REPORT.: Oct RUN...: Oct Run By.: LORI Check Number Check Date Wednesday Time: 15:24 Vendor Number Name CITY OF CORNING Cash Disbursement Detail Report Check Listing for Bank Account_: 1020 Gross Amount Discount Amount Net Amount PAGE: 001 ID #: PY-DP CTL.: COR Payment Information Invoice # Description /01/10 COR07 CORBIN WILLITS SYSTEMS BOI0011 Finance Dept /01/10 COR09 CORNING CHAER OF COMM B CngChamberComm. Economic /01/10 FITOl FITZPATRICK LAW OFFICES B Consulting Se~v LegalServ /01/10 HAOS HAL, ROBERT BOI0011 Prof Services FireDepartme /01/10 KENOO KEN VAUGHA & SONS 950 _ BOI00ll LADSCAPE MAINT /01/10 PIT01 PITNEY BOWES BOI0011 Rents/Leases Finance Dept /01/10 8&LOO S & L BREWER ENTERPRISES BOI00ll K-9 PROGRA-POLICE /01/10 TLDOl TEDC BOI0011 Economic Development /01/10 TOM03 TOMLINSON JR., ROBERT L BOI00ll PROF. SVCS-FIRE DEPT /01/10 WHI05 WHITE GLOVE CLEAING SERV JANITORIAL SVCS- i /05/10 ANDOl ED ANDERSON Prof Services /05/10 ATT02 AT&T COMMNICATIONS /05/10 BASOl BASIC LAORATORY, INC Prof Prof Services Water Dept Services Water Dept Check Total : 774 _ /05/10 CAL41 CAIFORNIA PRISON INDUSTR MAT & SUPPLIES-POLICE /05/10 CHE02 CHEM QUIP, INC MAT & SUPPLIES-WTR /05/10 CLAOl CLAKS DRUG STORE 8_ _ MAT & SUPPLIES-POLICE PROF SVCS - POLICE Check Total..... _.... : 52 _ /05/10 COROl CORNING VETERINARY ProfServices-ACO ProfServices-ACO Check Total : _ /05/10 HAT 1 0 HATFIELD'S Mat/Supplies /05/10 HIGOO HIGHT, MONTY W OTS/DUI GRAT-PIO /05/10 JESI0 JESSEE HEATING & AIR, INC BLD MAINT-FIRE

8 REPORT.: Oct RON....: Oct Run By.: LORI wednesday Time: 15:24 CITY OF CORNING Cash Disbursement Detail Report Check Listing for Bank Account.: 1020 PAGE: 002 ID #: PY-DP CTL.: COR Check Number Check Date Vendor Number Name Gross Amoun t Discount Amount Net Amoun t Payment Information Invoice # Description /05/10 LA03 LAETH, TAM REC INSTRUCTOR-REC /05/10 LEA02 LEAGUE OF CA CITIES 50 _ ASSOC DUES-City Council /05/10 LNC01 LN CURTIS & SONS EQUIP MAINT-FIRE /05/10 MCC01 MCCOY'S HADWARE & SUPPLY MAT & SUPPLIES /05/10 MGTOO MGT OF AMRICA, INC PROF SVCS-GEN CITY /05/10 MU02 MUICIPAL CODE CORPORATIO PROF SVCS-CITY CLERK /05/10 NOR03. NCCSIF WORKMENSCOMP-GEN CITY /05/10 NOR2s NORTHERN LIGHTS ENRGY, INC VEH OP /MAINT /05/10 PGE01 PG&E _ Electricity General City /05/10 PGE2B PG&E ELECT - WWP /05/10 RON 0 3 RON DUPRATT FORD _ _ VEH OP/MAINT-POLICE VEH OP/MAINT-POLICE Check Total : /05/10 SEI01 SEILER, ROY R., CPA 3663 _ Prof Services-Finance Dept /05/10 TEH13 TEHA CO AUDITOR 38 _ PkngCi tetocnty PoliceServ /05/10 TEH1s TEHA CO SHERIFF'S DEPT PROF SVCS /05/10 TH001 THOMES CREEK ROCK CO 1016 _ Mat/Supplies-STR /05/10 UNI02 UNIFORMS, TUXEDOS & MORE 19 _ CADET PROGRA-POLICE /05/10 USAQ1 USA BLUE BOOK MAT & SUPPLIES-WTR /05/10 VAL 0 7 VALLEY VETERINARY CLINIC, K-9 PROGRA-POLICE /05/10 WAS01 WASTE MAAGEMENT OF WASTE MGMT PYMT-SOLID WAS /05/10 WES02 WESTERN BUSINESS PRODUCTS Equip.Maint. -FIRE /05/10 XEROO XEROX CORPORATION EQUIP MAINT-POLICE /06/10 ACCOO ACCESS INFORMTION _ 00 _ _ EQUIP MAINT-GEN CITY EQUIP MAINT-GEN CITY Check Total. _. _.... _. : /06/10 COR08 CORNING LUMER CO INC Mat/Supplies-

9 i REPORT.: Oct RUN....: Oct Run By.: LORI Check Number Wednesday Time: 15: 24 CITY OF CORNING Cash Disbursement Detail Report Check Listing for Bank Account.: 1020 Check Vendor Gross Discount Date Number Name Amount Amount Amount Invoice # Description /06/10 COR20 CORNING ELECTRONICS MAT & SUPPLIES-FIRE 10/06/10 DEP16 10/06/10 FIROO 10/06/10 FIROI 10/06/10 LIN02 10/06/10 MIL11 10/06/10 NEXOI 10/06/10 NOROI 10/06/10 NOR /06/10 PGEOI PG&E /06/10 PGE04 PG&E /06/10 PGE05 PG&E DEPT OF PUBLIC HEATH FIRST NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINNETS TIRE SHOP Check Total _ : MILL CREEK VETERINARY NEXTELCOMMlCATIONS NORTH VALLEY BARICADE NORTHERN LIGHTS ENRGY, INC Check Total : /06/10 TEIOO TEICHERT CONSTRUCTION /06/10 USAOI USA BLUE BOOK /06/10 CAL35 CALIFORNIA BUILDING STAND /06/10 COMOI COMPUTER LOGISTICS, INC /06/10 DEP09 DEPT OF CONSERVATION /06/10 DEP12 DEPT OF JUSTICE /06/10 FIR02 FIRST NATIONAL BANK /06/10 NAT13 NATIONWIDE FINANCIAL /06/10 NOR31 NORM'S PRINTING /06/10 PHIOI PHIL'S AUTOMOTIVE _ _ _ 00 _ PAGE: 003 ID #: PY-DP CTL.: COR Net Payment Information _ _ _ REQ PYMTS STATE-WTR OFFICE SUPPLIES-CITY ADMI MAT & SUPPLIES- Veh Opr/Maint- Veh Opr/Maint-BLD & SAFET SPAY /NEUTER VOUCHER PROGR COMMICATIONS - MAT & SUPPLIES- MAT & SUPPLIES- VEH OP/MAINT-FIRE ELECT- TranspFaci1ity- FIRE-ELECT & GAS RUNAY IMPROV-AIRPORT MAT & SUPPLIES-WTR SB 1473/BLD & SAFETY COMMICATIONS - POLICE StrongMotion Bldg & Sa et PROF SVCS-POLICE TRAINING /ED- POLICE FIRE SERVICE AWARD-FIRE OFFICE SUPPLIES- Veh Opr /Maint - POLICE Cash Account Total : _

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11 REPORT.: Oct RUN....: Oct Run By.: LORI Check Number Wednesday Time: 15: 24 CITY OF CORNING Cash Disbursement Detail Report - Payroll Vendor Payment (s) Check Listing for Bank Account.: 1025 PAGE: 004 ID #: PY-DP CTL.: COR Check Vendor Gross Discount Net Payment Information Date Number Name Amoun t Amoun t Amount Invoice # Description /05/10 BAN03 POLICE OFFICER ASSOC B01005 POLICE OFFICER ASSOC 10/05/10 CA37 CAIFORNIA STATE DISBURSE 10/05/10 EDD01 EMPLOYMNT DEVELOPMENT Check Total... _ : 10/05/10 ENL01 ENLOE MEDICA CENTER 10/05/10 ICM01 ICMA RETIREMENT TRUST /05/10 OEU03 OPERATING ENGINEERS 10/05/10 PERS1 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIRE 10/05/10 PERS4 Cal Pers 457 Def. Camp 10/05/10 PRE03 PREMIER WEST BANK 10/05/10 STA04 STATE OF CALIFORNIA 10/05/10 VAL06 VALIC _ _ B01005 B B01005 B01005 B01005 B01005 B01005 B01005 B01005 B01005 B01005 WITHHOLDING ORDER STATE INCOME TAX SDI ENLOE FLIGHTCAE ICMA DEF. COMP CREDIT UNION SAVINGS PERS PAYROLL REMITTANCE PERS DEF. COMP. HSA DEDUCTIBLE WAGEASN AIG VALIC P TAX Cash Account Total.... : Total Disbursements... _. : ============ ============ ============

12 Date..: Oct 6, 2010 Time..: 3: 56 pm Run by: LORI CITY OF CORNING NEW BUSINESSES FOR CITY COUNCIL Page.: 1 List.: NEWB Group: WTFMB Business Name Address CITY /STATE/ZIP Contact Name Business Desc. #1 Business Start Date Primary Te1eph BROOKS AUTO REPAIR, 716 SIXTH ST CORNING, CA BROOKS JAMES AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR 09/27/10 (530) H rt (1 S 2: a C- I w

13 10/4/2010 7:39:32AM CITY OF CORNG PERMTS ISSUED (sort by Permit #) For the Period 9/1/2010 thru 9/30/2010 Item No.: J-4 Page 1 Owner and Address CYNTHIA SELLER 1419 COLUSA ST CORNING CA Permit Description: REPLACE EXISTING WALL FURNACE Parcel Number Issued On Valuation / Site Street Address: 1419 COLUSA ST LOUIE DAVIES 711 & FOURTH ST CORNING CA Permit Description: CHANGE GAS WATER HEATER TO ELECT /1/ Site Street Address: 711 & 711. FOURTH ST LOUIE DAVIES 1124 SOLANO ST CORNING CA Permit Description: MOVE EXISTING WATER HEATER /1/ Site Street Address: 1124 SOLANO ST ENRQUE PEREZ /3/2010 3, RIO GRANDE CT CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 402 RIO GRANDE CT TEAR OFF & REROOF CINDY HUBER /3/2010 2, SIXTH ST CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 1261 SIXTH ST TEAR OFF & REROOF CRANE MILLS /22/ , LOLETA AVE CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 2120 LOLETA AVE CHANGE OFFICE TO BREAK RM & 2 BATHS TO PATRICK EARNSHAW 1614 MARI ST CORNING CA Permit Description: MINER PLUMBING & ELECT /8/ Site Street Address: 1614 MARI ST

14 IUI41; UIU 7:39:32AM CITY OF CORNG PERMTS ISSUED (sort by Permit #) For the Period 9/ thru 9/ rage l, Owner and Address AL AUL 1602 YOLO ST CORNING CA 9602 I Permit Description: TEAR OFF & REROOF Parcel Number Issued On Valuation 7 I ,900 Site Street Address: 1602 YOLO ST. DAHYAPATEL 3040 HWY 99W CORNING CA Permit Description: REMODEL REMAINING 5 BATHROOMS SETH VADER THIRD ST /14/20 I 0 7,500 Site Street Address: 3040 HWY 99W CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 912 THIRD ST ADD STEPS &RECONSTRUCT RAILS TO PORCH 9/15/20 I 0 1,000 ARTHUR (WOODY) PALMER TEHAMA ST CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 1504 TEHAMA ST BUILD STORAGE AREA INSIDE RV STRUCTURI 9/17/20 io 1,500 OLIVE PIT 2156 SOLANO ST CORNING CA Permit Description: REPLACE EXISTING AC UNIT /16/20 io 6,000 Site Street Address: 2156 SOLANO ST JUANA MERAZ 1202 WEST ST CORNING CA Permit Description: STUCCO EXTERIOR & CHANGE WINDOWS /2010 1,700 Site Street Address: 1202 WEST ST LUIS HERNANDEZ 1301 COLUSA ST CORNING CA Permit Description: CONSTRUCT BACK COVERED PORCH /17/ Site Street Address: 1301 COLUSA ST VERISON WIRELESS 908 HWY 99W #D CORNING CA Permit Description: INSTALL FRONT WALL SIGN /2010 2,000 Site Street Address: 908 HWY 99W #D

15 lu/4/,"ulu 7:39:32AM CITY OF CORNG PERMTS ISSUED (sort by Permit #) For the Period 9/1/2010 thru 9/30/2010 Owner and Address Parcel Number Issued On Valuation CITY OF CORNING FIG LN CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 103 FIG LN ADD ELECT. TO STORAGE CONTAIERS (FOOT 9/20/ IRENE SMITH 820 PRUNE ST CORNING CA Permit Description: REPLACE 100 AMP ELECT. SERVICE /2/ Site Street Address: 820 PRUNE ST JULIE 0' NEILL 1486 PEACH ST CORNING CA Permit Description: INSTALL A IKW AC PV SOLAR SYSTEM /23/ ,340 Site Street Address: 1486 PEACH ST LEE MARTIN /28/2010 3, FOURTH AVE CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 1372 FOURTH AVE CHANGE OUTGAS WALL FURNACE ED ACKERMAN i 1 9/28/2010 4, EL PASO AVE CORNING CA Site Street Address: Permit Description: 590 EL PASO AVE REDUCT HEATING & AIR SYSTEM 20 Permits Issued from *** END OF REPORT *** 9/1/2010 Thru 9/30/2010 'ORA TOTAL VALUATION OF $ 92,990.29

16 Item No.: J-5 CITY OF CORNING SEPTEMBER 2010 TREASURERS REPORT AGENCY BALANCE RATE MATURES ON LOCAL AGENCY INVESTMENT FUND 1,257, PREMIER WEST BANK 198, /28/11 PREMIER WEST BANK 177, /20/11 TRUST ACCOUNTS PREMIER WEST BANK RID ELL TRUST 210, /13/11 Respectfully Submitted Pala Cantrell City Treasurer

17 Item No.: J-7 f\e.ce,\feo CITY OF CORNG WASTEWATER OPERATION SUMY REPORT SEPTEMBER 2010 QC1 \\ ~ i\\\\\ COf\t-\t-(3 C\1'( Of Below is a sumar of the Monthy Operations Report that will be available for City review on OCTOBER ) Filed out monthy reports. 2) Performed weekly Operator 10 maintenance on all plant equipment. 3) Changed flow disk. 4) Sent vehicle report to Texas. 5) Wasted to Thickener 6) Staff meeting on plant operations and issues 7) Changed char on S03 analyzer. 8) Safety meeting 9) Cleaned up shop. 10) Inspected eyewash and emergency showers. 11) Unloaded chlorie trck. 12) Cleaned S02 pump. 13) Checked storm water discharge sites at WWTP and airport. 14) Cleaned distiler. 15) Tested all chlorie and S02 sensors. 16) River samples.

18 17) Replaced cooler on efluent sampler 18) Cleaned probe at lift station. 19) Tested alars with Fire Dept. 20) Pumped waste from EQ basin 21) Cleaned drg beds. 22) Cleaned auto samplers with bleach 23) Sprayed weeds. 24) Exercised emergency generator. 25) Held employee traig 26) IIP plant inspection 27) Hauled dred sludge to Ostrom Landfll 28) Exercised floating aerator. 29) Checked all fire extingushers. 30) Intaled safety chains on floating aerators wal ways 31) Removed metal door on check valve vault, sent to Mccurdy's for repair

19 ITEM NO.: J-8 AUTHORIZE EAGLE SCOUT CANDIDATE CODY LOPER TO INSTALL A BENCH AND CONCRETE PAD AT PARK & RIDE PROPERTY HONOR OF OFFICER ROBERT WARREN HART OCTOBER 12, 2010 TO: FROM: CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORNING, CALIFORNIA /AØ'V'V STEPHEN J. KIMBROUGH, CITY MANAGER ~ / JOHN L. BREWER, AICP; PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR ~ 1 ~ SUMMARY: Staff recommends the City Council authorize Cody Loper of Boy Scout Troop 62 to construct a concrete pad and install a bench with plaque honoring Corning Police Officer Robert Warren Hart, who died in the line of duty on April 7, BACKGROUND: Cody Loper is an Eagle Scout candidate from Boy Scout Troop No. 62. As his Eagle Scout project, he proposes to pour a concrete pad and install a durable concrete bench with a plaque honoring former Corning Police Offcer Robert Warren Hart. Officer Hart died of natural causes while on duty on April 7, Please refer to the attached letter from Cody Loper and the attached aerial photo showing the proposed location of the pad and bench-adjacent to the redwood tree at the south end of the Park & Ride lot. RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council:. Authorize Eagle Scout candidate Cody Loper and other volunteers to install a concrete pad and Bench honoring former Corning Police Offcer Robert Warren Hart at the southern end of the City Park & Ride property. cc: Cody Loper 423 Rio Grande Ct. Corning, CA 96021

20 For my Eagle Project I would like to build a bench in Memory of Officer Robert Warren Hart that died on April in the Line Of Duty. And I would like to put the bench across the street from City Hall. Plus I would like to invite his family to a ceremony. Plus all the material and labor will be donated. Cody Loper Troop 62 RECE'"EO st.? i 1 10\0 crr'l Or CORN\NG

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22 ITEM NO: J-9 APPROVE PROGRESS PAY ESTIMATE NO.1 IN THE AMOUNT OF $176, TO NORTHWEST PAVING FOR THE 2010 STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT OCTOBER 12, 2010 TO: FROM: SUMMARY: HONORABLE MAYOR AND COUNCILMEMBERS OF THE CITY OF CORNING STEPHEN J. KIMBROUGH, CITY MANAGER JOHN L. BREWER, AICP; DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS ~ ~f ~ Attached for City Council review is a copy of Partial Pay Estimate No. 1 requesting payment of $176, for the 2010 Street Improvement Project. The Pay Estimate lists the original contract amount, any change orders/adjustments, work completed to date, retention amount and current amount due to Northwest Paving. FINANCIAL: Project Engineer Ed Anderson and the Director of Public Works have reviewed and approved this request. Original Construction Contract Contract Change Order No. 1 Total Adjusted Contract Amount Proposed PPE NO.1 Retention to be held ( 10%) Amount due to Contractor $ 142, $ 41,575 $ 184, $ 176, $ ( ) $ 159, The table below lists those account numbers providing funding for this street project: BACKGROUND: f P. t Funds Allocated Account N0 Ttl ie or rojec M&S/St. Projects $48, AC Citywide/St. Projects $22, AC Citywide/St. Projects $24, Loleta Overlay/St. Projects $10, M&S/St. Maintenance $56,950 Total RSTP Funds $32,288 $194,288 The contract for the 2010 Street Improvement Project was awarded to Northwest Paving of Redding, CA at the August 10,2010 Regular City Council Meeting. Contract Change Order #1 increased the original contract amount by $41,575 to allow the asphalt paving of 5th and 6th Streets between Solano and Marin Streets. RECOMMENDATION: Mayor and Council approve Progress Pay Estimate No. 1 in the amount of $176, to Northwest Paving for the 2010 Street Improvement Project

23 PARTIAL PAYMENT ESTIMATE 2010 Street Paving Project Progress Payment Estimte No. 1 OWNR: CONTRACTOR: PERIOD OF ESTIMATE: City of Coming Nortwest Paving, Redding, CA FROM: September 1 to September 29,2010 CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER SUMMARY ESTIMATE Amount No. Approval 1. Original Contract... $142, Date Additions Deductions 2. Change Orders... $ Revised Contract (1+2)... $184, /21/2010 $41, Work Completed... $176, Stored Materials Subtotal (4+5)... $176, Retainage...10%.... $ (17,668.01) 8. Previous Payments... $ 0 TOTALS 9. Amount Due (6-7-8)... $159, NET CHANGE $41,575. CONTRACT TIME Original (days) 90 Revised On Schedule x Yes Starting Date: September 1,2010 Remaining 0 No Projected Completion: November 30,2010 CONTRACTOR'S CERTIFICATION: ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER'S CERTIFICATION: The undersigned Contractor certifies that to the best of The undersigned certifies that the work has been carefully their knowledge, information and belief the work covered inspected and to the best of their knowledge and belief, by this payment estimate has been completed in accordance the quantities shown in this estimate are correct and the with the contract documents, that all amounts have been work has been performed in accordance with the contract paid by the contractor for work for which previous payment documents. estimates was issued and payments received from the owner, and that current payment shown herein is now due. Contractor Northwest Paving Architect or Engineer Ed Anderson By By EJ A~ Date Date: October 12, 2010 APPROVED BY OWNER: Owner City of Coming By Stephen J. Kimbrough, City Manager Date

24 l-.~ Northwest Paving 8115 Secluded Valley Dr Redding, Ca phone: (530) fax: (530) CL# To: City of Coming Project 2010 Coming Stret Inprovement Project Location: Coming, CA Bid Date: 9/29/2010 INVOICE Partial Payment # 1 RECE'\JEO OC \0 F CORN\NG C\T'I a Date: 9129/1 a Item Descnotion Unit Ow Cost T atal 1 Partial Payment No. 1 LS. 1 $176, $ 176,68.15 Sub Total $ 176, Less 10% Retention $ 17, Total Due $ 159,012.14

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26 ITEM NO.: J- 10 RESOLUTION ; REPEALING RESOLUTION ; ELIMINATING THE CURBSIDE DISABLED PARKING SPACE AT 1011 SECOND STREET TO: FROM: OCTOBER 12, 2010 CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORNING, CALIFORNIA STEPHEN J. KIMBROUGH, CITY MANAGER JOHN L. BREWER, AICP; PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR ':6 ~1'-t1l SUMMARY: Staff recommends the City Council adopt the attached resolution The resolution would eliminate the curbside disabled parking space at 1011 Second Street. BACKGROUND:. Through the adoption of individual City Council Resolutions, the City Council has periodically authorized curbside disabled parking spaces on City Streets when residents demonstrate the need for such spaces. As a result of a recent application for such a space, staff took inventory of the curbside spaces that we've approved. Our objective was to see if any of those spaces were unnecessary and then to eliminate those spaces. Through the inventory we found that Council has approved resolutions authorizing 12 disabled spaces. Seven of those spaces are for churches and the Veteran's Hall. There's obviously continuing needs for the spaces at those assembly areas. Five (5) spaces have been oriented to specific residents of adjacent dwellings. In many cases, the resolutions have included "sunset" provisions that automatically expire when target disabled resident no longer resides onsite. We have investigated and sent inquiries to the residents of the dwellings, seeking to determine if the designated disabled person still resides onsite. The curbside disabled space at 1011 Second Street was established in 1993, by Resolution No (copy attached). The resolution contains no "sunset clause". Though the resolution doesn't include a name, the accompanying staff report discloses the space was for the use of Mrs. Gilbert Crawford who resided there. The current residents advise that the disabled resident for whom the space was created, no longer resides there. RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council:. ADOPT RESOLUTION NO ; REPEALING RESOLUTION NO AND THEREBY ELIMINATING THE CURBSIDE DISABLED PARKING SPACE AT 1011 SECOND STREET.

27 RESOLUTION NO A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORNING REPEALING RESOLUTION NO AND ELIMINATING THE CURBSIDE DISABLED PARKING SPACE AT 1011 SECOND STREET WHEREAS, On January 5, 1993, the Corning City Council adopted Resolution No , and, WHEREAS, said resolution authorized a curbside disabled parking space adjacent to the dwelling at 1011 Second Street, and, WHEREAS, the staff report that accompanied the Resolution clearly cited the needs of Mrs. Gilbert Crawford, a disabled person, to support the curbside space, and WHEREAS, Mrs. Crawford no longer resides at 1011 Second Street, and, WHEREAS, the current resident of 1011 Second Street, Mr. Robert Talbott advises staff that no one within his residence is disabled, and the disabled parking space is seldom used. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the curbside disabled parking space at 1011 Second Street is no longer necessary. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Resolution No is hereby repealed, thereby eliminating the disabled parking space at 1011 Second Street, and the Public Works Department is directed to remove any and all disabled parking markings and signage from said space. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED on October 12,2010, by the following vote of the Corning City Council: AYES: NOES: ABSENT OR NOT VOTING: Gary R. Strack, Mayor ATTEST: Lisa M. Linnet, City Clerk

28 Cit~ of Corning 794 Third St. Corning, CA 9602 i (530) Fax (530) REceIVED September 17, 2010 SEP CITY OF CORNING Mrs. Gilbert Crawford or Current Resident nd Street Corning, CA Subject: City of Corning Resolution ; Disabled Parking Space Dear Mrs. Crawford or Current Resident: During a recent review of City files, it is documented that a Disabled Parking Space is designated at nd Street, Corning for Mrs. Gilbert Crawford. According to the City Resolution, theparking space is only available while the above named person resides at nd Street, Corning.,. ' Please indicate resident status and return this letter in the provided postage paid envelope. If you have any questions or concerns, please call me at (530) J n L. Brewer, AICP Di ector of Public Works Please check the appropriate statement and return to Corning City Hall, 794 Third Street, Corning, CA 96921: Yes, Mrs. Gilbert Crawford resides at nd Street, Corning X No, MrS.:GHbert Crawford döés not reside at nd Street, Corning 1Ecl-EO If ;/óvilj C(D ' : :. t.'.:,,~, ' BUILDING PLANNING CITY MANAGER CITY CLERK FINANCE PUBLIC WORKS POLICE DEPARTMENT FIRE DEPARTMENT "THE CITY OF CORNING IS AN AFFIRMTIV ACTION-EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER"

29 ITEh NO. ~ F-7 RESOLUT I ON NO REQUEST FOR DES I GNATED HAND I CAP PARK I NG SPACE IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA DECEMBER L~, 1993 Honorabl e Mayor and Counci 1 members of the Ci ty of Corn i ng ê,açh 'B.Q!:!.iIJ.. 1 ~ Staff ~ias r-ecei ved a i~eqilest fr'ofd Mrsc Gi 1 bert Crawfor-d o.f 101 i 2nd Street, requesting a designated disabled oersons parking space at this location nd Street is located directly across from Bell-Carter Carter use all avai 1 abl e street on thp f:?ast sidp Inc.. :=c1c:id:-:::.:! p.~. r" k :1. n çj Mr~;n (~raw'f(~rd not beii'ig able to par'k iri Crawford is disablpd. :l j''1 t "'f E.:' ~::'( 1''' i:?: ~::i. =' + j'- (:1 n t. c/o.;:: I"', E' :" of 2nc! ~:ìtr-e?pt Emp 1 (Jyees o.f Bell-!,"f.~~::.i-l t i r'ie,: i,1".1 j', (:1 (ï' E.:' " i,/i I'"' ~,..,.:. " 1"11,". ~:; " ide)nti.f:ir:2~5 Ci~aw'f (~i"'d' s ve~i i c 1 e OCJes d 1 S~) 1 ay a D:L 3(::ar'cj thp vphiclp as belonging to a disablpd pprson. tr..il"'!i c!"', B.f~.çptJr1,E,t'.iJ..A.::J.,LlN.~,_ Mayor and Counc i 1 accept Resol ut i on Number Designating a Disabled Persons Parking Space at nd Street. slibmitted, N0l 6Wtlelr Qa ~~r+ T cc \ ku.. ~ one- a.+- ~t~ f\ U-Jcj -to-~ pq V. Ic.o:) V'e.si'oGn ce 5i q t.e.

30 RESOLUT I ON NO A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF CORNING DES I GNAT I NG PARK I NG SPACE FOR DISABLED PERSONS WHEREAS, California Vehicle Code Section allows a local authori ty, by ord i nance or resol uti on, to desi gnate par king spaces for disabled persons; and LiJHEf~:EAS, a ii eed in the community; - t i ' tor suc i a par (1 ng sp tce ha.s been i d F2n t i.f i ed BE I T THEREFORE RESOLVED THAT the space i dent 1 f i ed 1 n Ex h i bit. A. i attached hereto, is hereby des1 gnated for the exclusive use of any vehicle which displays either a distinguishing license plate or placard issued in accordance with the Vehicle Code of the State ot California which identifies the vehicle as belonging to either a disabled person or disabled...1 f.? t i;e l-.::.~ n II * ".L' it,....t. '.b'.t' '.j.. '".J,.I'.T-,J, 'ï" '.L',. ;; The foregoi ng Resol ut i on was cansi dered bv the Ci ty Counc i 1 a~ a regul ar meet i ng of the Ci ty Counc i 1 of the Ci ty of Corninq on the 5th day of January, 1993 and upon mati on dul v made and seconded was passed and adopted by the following vote~ AV'F~S~ NOE'3: None. ABSENT: None. ATTEST: Turner, Strack, Price, Pryatel and Fitzgerald. _._ _.._-- Mayor, City of Corning City Clerk

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32 ITEM NO: J-11 APPROVE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES OCTOBER 12, 2010 TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND COUNCILMEMBERS OF THE CITY OF CORNING -? lear- FROM: STEPHEN J. KIMBROUGH, CITY MANAGER SUMMARY: In 2008 the City adopted grievance procedures for Americans with Disabilities Act accomodation issues. Prior to sending the procedure to the USDA Rural Utilities Service as a part of our conditions of loan for the Clark Park Water Well, the procedures were updated to make them more understandable. BACKGROUND: The City has had a long history of prohibiting discrimination in employment and discrimination of its citizens and customers. The City also has an established procedure within the Public Works Department to resolve access issues and physical barriers when they are identified either by City Staff or a citizen. The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that local governments adopt grievance procedures to provide a process to challenge a City Staff decision if the City Staff does not satisfy a "request for accomodation". This procedure provides a means for the complaining party to resolve an issue if they are dissatisfied with the response of the City Staff to their request for accomodation. The Northern California Cities Self Insurance Authority developed the basic procedure in 2008, and the City had implemented its policy soon after that. The policy was then adapted to Corning procedures for handling service requests and reviewed by the Insurance Authority Staff. RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR AND COUNCIL APPROVE THE ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY PROVIDING GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES FOR AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA).

33 CITY OF CORNING AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES Updated & Approved by City Council on October 12, 2010 SUMMARY: This procedure may be used by anyone who wishes to appeal the decision of a department in response to a request for accommodations or modifications of services, activities, programs or benefits by the City of Corning and the elimination of physical barriers in City Facilties, Parks and Streets. BACKGROUND: The City of Corning has an established history of identifying and eliminating physical barriers to the handicapped. When complaints or statements of concern have arisen from the public, the City has taken immediate action to correct the problem including discussion and feedback to the concerned party. Physical barriers have been identified and scheduled for elimination either upon complaint from a citizen, or initiated by the City when street or building repairs are done. The City of Corning also has a long history of prohibiting discrimination in employment, and discrimination against its citizens/customers. Procedures are in place to protect all employees and employment applicants. During training presented by the Northern California Cities Seft Insurance Authority in 2008, the City became aware that a formal grievance procedure is required to address issues under the Americans with Disabilities Act. The procedure ensures a thorough and documented review of any ADA complaint. This update further clarifies and improves the original 2008 Procedure. Separate procedures are in place for complaints alleging discrimination in employment policies and practices. PURPOSE: The initial Request for Accommodation is handled like any other City Service Request. This may include contact with the requestor by the City Staff in person, by phone or by mail. As previously stated, this procedure may be used by anyone wishing to appeal a department's decision in response to a request for accommodations, modification of City provided services, activities, programs or benefits, or the eliminåtion of physical barriers at City Facilities, Parks or Streets. The grievance procedure is established to provide a policy that wil allow objective fact finding to occur, followed bya discussion of options, with mediation that attempts to find a mutually acceptable solution to any issue identified. The goal of this process is to preclude the need to grieve or appeal a request for accommodation to another level of government. 1 P:\Documents\ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES\ADA

34 This grievance procedure is established to meet the City of Corning requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This grievance procedure does not apply to complaints alleçiinq discrimination in employment policies or practices. PROCEDURE: 1. The complainant and/or his/her designee should submit the grievance as soon as possible, but no later then sixty (60) calendar days after the alleged discrimination, to the City of Corning, attention ADA Coordinator, Terry Hoofard, Building OfficiaL. 2. The complaint should be in writing and contain the following information about the alleged discrimination: ~ Name, address and phone number of complainant; and ~ Location, date and description of the alleged discrimination; and ~ Date and name of the department contact involved in the alleged discrimination. Upon request, alternative means of filng complaints, such as personal interviews or a tape recording of the complaint, will be made available for persons with disabilities. 3. The ADA Coordinator will consult with the City ADA Committee on all grievances filed against the City. The individual filing the grievance may appear before the ADA Committee to discuss the complaint to allow the Committee to facilitate a resolution of the issue. 4. Within 15 calendar days after receipt of the complaint, the City ADA Coordinator, or committee, will meet with the complainant to discuss the complaint and a possible resolution. 5. Within 15 calendar days after the meeting, the City ADA Coordinator will respond in writing, and where appropriate, in a form accessible to the complainant, such as large print, Braille, or audiotape. The response wil provide a final resolution of the complaint. 6. If an individual who has filed a grievance continues to have concerns after this process concludes, he or she is welcome to bring any unresolved concerns to the City Council of the City of Corning by letter, personal appearance, or other means. 7. All appeals received and response given by the City ADA Coordinator will be kept by the City of Corning for at least three years, as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). CITY OF CORNING ADA ACCESSIBILITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE: To request a meeting with the City of Corning ADA Accessibility Advisory Committee, please contact the City of Corning ADA Coordinator at: City of Corning ADA Coordinator Terry Hoofard, Building Official City of Corning 794 Third Street Corning, CA Phone: 530/ ADA Accessibility Advisory Committee Members: Tom Watson, Admin. Services Manager Lisa Linnet, City Clerk John Brewer, Public Works Director Tony Cardenas, Police Chief John Stoufer, Planning Director 2 P:\Documents\ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES\ADA

35 ITEM NO.: M-IZ CLARK PARK WELL PROJECT: APPROVE BOND COUNSEL AGREEMENT FOR USDA LOAN October 12, 2010 TO: FROM: HONORABLE MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS STEPHEN J. KIMBROUGH, CITY MANAGER ~~ SUMMARY: City Staff is moving quickly toward completing the loan conditions for funding by the US Department of Agriculture, Rural Utility Service to provide financing for the City's Clark Park Water Well, currently scheduled to go to bid as soon as final approval is given by USDA. The financing instrument wil be Certificates of Participation, "COP's" issued by the City and purchased by USDA. Bond Counsel is required to prepare these COP's and Mr. Jonathan Cristy has been chosen. Mr. Cristy has prepared the bond documents on many of the Rural Utiity Service projects undertaken by City Engineer Ed Anderson. He is also respected by the USDA staff. The proposed agreement with Bond Counsel, Jonathan Cristy and the firm of Kronick, Moskovitz, Tiedemann & Girard of Sacramento, California must be approved by the Council as a part of the submittal to Rural Utility Service. FINANCIAL: The contract cost for Bond Counsel Services wil be $16,500, payable at the time of the delivery of the COP's to USDA. The Bond Counsel is paid from the proceeds of the loan. RECOMMENDATION: MAYOR AND COUNCIL APPROVE THE AGREEMENT WITH BOND COUNSEL, JONATHAN CRISTY AND THE FIRM OF KRONICK, MOSKOVITZ, TIEDEMANN & GIRARD OF SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA AND AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE AGREEMENT.

36 AGREEMENT FOR BOND COUNSEL SERVICES This Agreement is between Kronick, Moskovitz, Tiedemann & Girard, a Professional Corporation (hereinafter "KMTG"), and the City of Coming (hereinafter "Client"). The subject matter of the representation governed by this Agreement is described in Paragraph Scope of Services. Client retains KMTG under this Agreement to provide such legal services as necessary for the authorization, issuance, and delivery of obligations (the "obligations") representing a loan (the "loan") to be made to the District by the United States of America, acting through the Rural Utilities Service, United States Departent of Agrculture ("RUS"). The obligations are expected to be installment purchase obligations represented by certificates of participation. In paricular, KMTG shall: (a) Consult with Client and its administrative offcers and assist in the implementation of the loan. (b) Prepare all resolutions of Client's governing board and the governing board of the counterparty to the installment purchase agreement and other legal documents the obligations. necessary for the authorization, issuance and delivery of (c) Prepare transcripts of the proceedings for the authorization, issuance, and delivery of the obligations. (d) Upon due and proper completion of the proceedings to satisfaction of the obligations. KMTG, deliver a final approving opinion confirming the validity of 2. Commencement of Services. KMTG's obligation to provide legal services under this Agreement shall commence upon KMTG's receipt of a copy of this Agreement signed and dated by Client. 3. Completion of Services. KMTG's representation of Client with respect to the obligations will be concluded upon their issuance. Nevertheless, subsequent to issuance, KMTG will prepare and distribute to the participants in each transaction a transcript of the proceedings. 4. Duties of KMTG and Client (a) Duties ofkmtg. KMTG shall provide those legal services reasonably required to represent Client in the matters described in Paragraph 1 of this Agreement. KMTG shall also take reasonable steps to keep Client informed of significant developments and to respond to Client's inquiries. (b) Duties of Client. Client shall cooperate with KMTG, keep them informed of developments, perform the obligations it has agreed to perform under this Agreement, and pay KMTG's bils in a timely maner. 5. KMTG PersonneL. While one attorney at KMTG may be primarily responsible for completing the work that is within the scope ofthis Agreement, that attorney may also delegate work to other attorneys, paralegals, law clerks and office personnel within KMTG when it is determined that such delegation is appropriate in representation of Client's interests. If Client so requests, Client wil be notified prior to any delegation and a decision will be made in consultation with Client