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									                                September 23, 2008
                              CITY OF BRENTWOOD
     CITY COUNCIL/REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY/BRENTWOOD INFRASTRUCTURE
                          FINANCING AUTHORITY AGENDA
            City Council Chamber, 734 Third Street, Brentwood, CA 94513

       A complete packet of information is available for public review at City Hall or on our website at
                                          www.ci.brentwood.ca.us

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to all or a majority of the City Council less than 72 hours before this meeting is available for inspection at
City Hall, located at 708 Third Street during normal business hours .These writings will also be available
for review at the City Council meeting in the public access binder in the entrance of the City Council
Chambers.

     JOINT CITY COUNCIL/REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY/BRENTWOOD INFRASTRUCTURE
                          FINANCING AUTHORITY MEETING
                                    7:00 P.M.

CALL TO ORDER – 734 Third Street, City Council Chamber

Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call

PRESENTATIONS
A.        Presentation recognizing the City of Brentwood as a 2008 “Playful City USA” community by
          KaBOOM! (C. Bronzan/S. Barry/B. Gary)

PUBLIC COMMENTS
At this time the public is permitted to address the City Council/Redevelopment Agency/Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority
on items that are on the Consent Calendar, Requests for Future Agenda Items, or items not on the agenda. Persons addressing
the City Council/Redevelopment Agency/Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority are required to limit their remarks to five (5)
minutes unless an extension of time is granted by the Mayor subject to approval of the City Council/Redevelopment
Agency/Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority. Please file your name with the Mayor on the form provided at the podium.
Speakers desiring answers to questions should direct it to the City Council/Redevelopment Agency/Brentwood Infrastructure
Financing Authority and, if relevant, the City Council/Redevelopment Agency/Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority may
direct it to the appropriate staff member.


CONSENT CALENDAR
All matters listed on the consent calendar are considered routine in nature and will be enacted by one motion. If discussion is
required, that particular item will be removed from the consent calendar and will be considered separately.

1.        Approve minutes of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency/Brentwood Infrastructure Financing
          Authority meeting of September 9, 2008. (M. Wimberly)

2.        Approve the appointment of Garibaldi Laranang to the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood
          Committee (BANC). (C. Bronzan/B. Gary)

3.        Approve recommendation from City of Brentwood Park and Recreation Commission for
          conceptual design for the Agricultural Park and History Center (CIP Project #352-52401). (C.
          Bronzan)

4.        Accept Annual Report on the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan at the recommendation of
          the Park and Recreation Commission. (C. Bronzan/T. Homan)
5.        Authorize the Mayor and Vice Mayor to represent the City in regional discussions with elected
          officials and Union Pacific representatives regarding the future activation of the Mococo line and
          to work with staff on efforts to secure funding for Brentwood’s corridor improvements (C.
          McCann/L. Maurer)

6.        Adopt a Resolution accepting all off-site public improvements; accepting the Maintenance Bond;
          and releasing the Improvement Securities for DR 05-11, Kinder Care, located along Eagle Rock
          Drive, south of Balfour Road and west of John Muir Parkway. (B. Grewal/D. Galey)

7.        Adopt a Resolution approving the contract documents, awarding the bid and authorizing the City
          Manager or designee to execute a construction contract and necessary documents with William
          G. McCullough, for the Brentwood Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682,
          Water Distribution System Rehabilitation, CIP Project No. 562-56210 for Bid Alternate “A”, and
          Storm Drain Improvements, CIP Project No. 391-39010 for Bid Alternate “B”, Co., in an amount of
          $1,349,230.20, plus a 5% contingency of $67,461.51, for a total amount of $1,416,691.71. (B.
          Grewal/A. Salam)

8.        Adopt a Resolution approving Temporary Use Permit No. 08-17 to close several downtown
          streets and temporarily establishing no parking restrictions and tow away zones, as part of
          allowing the use of City-owned property and approving a fee waiver in the estimated amount of
          $4,932.16 for the staging of the annual Art, Wine and Jazz Festival, for two days, starting at 6:00
          a.m. on Saturday, October 11, 2008 and ending at 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 12, 2008. (C.
          McCann/J. Zilm)

Redevelopment Agency Consent Items:

9.        Approve warrants from Warrant lists dated August 27, 2008 and September 03, 2008. (P. Ehler/L.
          Schelbert)

NEW BUSINESS

10.       Adopt a Resolution, on the recommendation of the Park and Recreation Commission, in support
          of the extension of the existing East Bay Regional Park District Regional Open Space, Wildlife,
          Shoreline and Parks Bond. (C. Bronzan)


INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS, SUBCOMMITTEES AND
LIAISONS: This portion of the agenda is to provide an opportunity for Council Members to report on
attendance at events, subcommittee meetings, and entities on which the Council Member has been
appointed as a liaison.

REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

      I   NEW REQUESTS (Council Members wishing to have an agenda item placed on a future agenda
          shall make a request under this section of the agenda. These items will be included on the
          agenda for the next Council meeting).

ADJOURNMENT
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                                             POSTING STATEMENT
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City Hall, 708 Third Street, Brentwood, CA 94513 and at our website www.ci.brentwood.ca.us
                                CITY COUNCIL PRESENTATION A



Meeting Date: September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Presentation recognizing the City of Brentwood as a 2008 “Playful City USA”
                 community by KaBOOM!

Prepared by:     Sue Barry and Barbie Gary, Recreation Supervisors

Submitted by: Craig Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation


RECOMMENDATION
Receive presentation recognizing the City of Brentwood as a 2008 “Playful City USA”
community by KaBOOM!

PREVIOUS ACTION
On July 24, 2007 City Council authorized Parks and Recreation Department staff to complete
the application for the Playful City USA program and authorized the Mayor, or mayoral
appointee designated authority, to represent the Mayor in signature, to sign the completed
application.

On April 22, 2008 City Council authorized Parks and Recreation Department staff to form a
“Play Task Force” for the Playful City USA application, with representation from the business
community, community at-large and the Mayor.

BACKGROUND
Playful City USA is a national recognition program that honors communities across the country
for taking action locally to build an infrastructure that promotes, creates and sustains an
abundance of time and space for play for all children. This program is sponsored by KaBOOM!,
a national non-profit that envisions a great place to play within walking distance of every child in
America.

On September 6, 2008, a formal announcement naming 67 communities as “Playful Cities” for
2008 was released by KaBOOM! on qubo, a national television and online service for children
with programming on the NBC network, in addition to press releases to local media.

This is the second year of the annual program, and 26 of the 31 founding Playful City USA
communities have made the list again, while 41 new communities, including New York, Los
Angeles, St. Petersburg, Orlando and Brentwood have joined the ranks. The agendas all of
these communities have created impact not only childhood wellness, but public safety and
quality of life issues.

KaBOOM! selected Brentwood for its dedication to play. Taking a pro-active stance on play and
health for its community, Brentwood adopted a Wellness Policy that serves as a living document
to help guide policy makers. Originally, the policy pertained to education, planning, promoting
and implementing parks, facilities and programs that foster fitness and wellness in the
community. Through the Playful City USA application process, the City of Brentwood became
more aware of how essential play is to learning and human development that the policy was
amended to specifically address the benefits of play. “In a time when communities are struggling
with critical financial decisions, Brentwood proved its commitment to the cause of play by
launching creative initiatives designed to increase access to playspaces, improve the quality of
play in their community, and increase the time children spend playing,” said Darell Hammond,
KaBOOM! CEO and Co-founder. “The ideas range the gamut, from new programming and
access initiatives to creating informational resources and public private partnerships. It just
goes to show you, where there’s a will, there’s a play.”

FISCAL IMPACT
No fiscal impact. Winners receive priority status in accessing all KaBOOM! resources including
playground builds, trainings, and grants opportunities.
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                                                                             CITY OF BRENTWOOD
                                                                                            CITY
                                                                        COUNCIL/REDEVELOPMENT
                                                                            AGENCY/BRENTWOOD
                                                                                INFRASTRUCTURE
                                                                           FINANCING AUTHORITY
                                                                                MEETING MINUTES
                                                                               TUESDAY, 7:00 P.M.
                                                                               SEPTEMBER 9, 2008
                                                                               COUNCIL CHAMBER

     Chris Becnel                           Robert Taylor, Mayor                       Brandon Richey
     Robert A. Brockman                                                              Erick Stonebarger


     CALL TO ORDER CITY COUNCIL/REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY/BRENTWOOD
       INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING AUTHORITY (07:03 PM)

     Pledge of Allegiance - Police Department

        In honor of Patriots Day, Sondra Smith, Mountain View Christian Center sang the Star Spangled
        Banner and God Bless America.

        (07:03 PM)

     Invocation - Pastor Jerry Hanoum, Mountain View Christian Center and Pastor Larry Pinnetta, Live
        Oak Community Church. (07:10 PM)

     Roll Call (07:14 PM)

     Roll Call (07:14 PM)
     Present: Councilmember Chris Becnel; Councilmember Erick Stonebarger; Vice Mayor Robert
     Brockman; Mayor Bob Taylor
     Absent: Councilmember Brandon Richey

     PRESENTATIONS (07:14 PM)

     C. Recognition of John Dwelley and Kate Dwelley


     Mayor Taylor said Kate and John Dwelley had been recognized in the 2008 Olympic trials, and he
     presented them with Certificates of Recognition.

     B. Proclamation City Reads - Leonard Roudman

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     Leonard Roudman, Contra Costa Librarian, said City Read will be held September 15, 2008,
     to October 25, 2008. He thanked the Friends of the Brentwood Library and the Brentwood Arts
     Society for sponsoring this year’s program and said the book was Kirk Russell’s "Dead Game".
     The Brentwood Library would host a pre-author program featuring Kirk Russell on November 1,
     2008, at 2:00 p.m.

     Mayor Taylor presented a proclamation to Mr. Roudman and expressed the City’s support of the City
     Read program.

     A. Recognition of Patriots Day - September 11, 2008

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     Mayor Taylor read the Patriot Day proclamation in remembrance of September 11, 2001, and
     encouraged residents to observe Patriot Day with a moment of silence for all of the innocent lives
     that were lost.




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     PUBLIC COMMENTS (07:29 PM)

     Christine L. Young spoke regarding the Brentwood Municipal Code section relating to fence height
     and said she had been cited for lattice on her fence. She expressed concerns about a neighbor who
     had six garages installed at his home for automobile use, which had businesses and people residing
     in there. She felt the ordinance was not fair and many homes in the area had lattice on their fences.

     Len Del Chiro spoke about the Walnut Acres Mobile Home Park situation on Walnut Boulevard and
     said arrows on Walnut Boulevard had been painted over, which was good. He asked when the
     crosswalks and flashing lights at Orchard Drive and McClarren Road would be complete and said he
     felt the City should work more with the County and the School District.

     Steve Barr said he had expressed concerns at the last Council meeting about the Liberty Union High
     School District Board of Trustees regarding the Negative Declaration required to satisfy the
     California Environmental Quality Act regarding the Civic Center project. He had concerns about
     what was said by one of the Council Members regarding the School District. He felt residents should
     feel free to address the Council without fear of embarrassment, even when their view of the speaker
     was contrary to the view of the Council.

     CONSENT CALENDAR (07:43 PM)

     1. Approved minutes of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency meeting of August 26, 2008. (M.
         Wimberly)

        01




     2. Adopted Resolution 2008-225 approving Temporary Use Permit No. 08-10 to close several
         downtown streets and temporarily establishing no parking restrictions and tow away zones, as
         part of allowing the use of City-owned property and approving a fee waiver in the amount of
         $3,516.59 for the staging of the annual Liberty Union High School Homecoming Parade, for one
         night, Friday, October 31, 2008, between the hours of 5:00 pm and 7:30 pm. (C. McCann/J.
         Zilm)

        02




     3. Adopted Resolution 2008-226 to adopt the Amended Mission Statement and Membership
         Requirements for the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee. (C. Bronzan/B. Gary)

        03




     4. Adopted Resolution 2008-227 accepting the work performed by Granite Construction Company for
         the American Avenue Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31681 and directing the City Clerk to
         file a Notice of Completion with the County Recorder. (B. Grewal/F. Lideros)

        04




     5. Adopted Resolution 2008-228 accepting backbone improvements for Brentwood Sand Creek
         Partners, LLC, Subdivision No. 8788, located north of Sand Creek Road and south of Grant
         Street. (B. Grewal/D. Galey)

        05




     6. Adopted Resolution 2008-229 accepting the public improvements for maintenance; accepting the
         Maintenance Bond; and releasing the Improvement Securities for Subdivision No. 8849, Visions
         Phase III, constructed by Warmington Homes, located west of Fairview Avenue and north of the
         EBMUD Aqueduct. (B. Grewal/D. Galey)

        06




     7. Adopted Resolution 2008-230 accepting all off-site public improvements; accepting the
         Maintenance Bond; and releasing the Improvement Securities for DR 05-06, KFC/A&W
         Restaurant site located south of Lone Tree Way and west of Empire Avenue. (B. Grewal/D.
         Galey)

        07




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     8. Adopted Resolution 2008-231 accepting dedications and improvements for Garin Ranch
         Subdivision No. 8609 (VTSM No. 7605), constructed by Signature Properties, located south of
         Chestnut Street and east of Garin Parkway. (B. Grewal/D. Galey)

        08




     9. Adopted Resolution 2008-232 approving and authorizing the City Manager or her designee to
         execute a purchase order and an agreement with Telstar Instruments, Inc. for the purchase of
         materials and labor to complete the upgrade of the chlorine generators at City Wells 6, 7, 11, and
         14, CIP Project No. 562-56370, in a total amount not to exceed $93,529. (B. Grewal/C. Ehlers/E.
         Brennan)

        09




     10. Adopted Resolution 2008-233 approving and authorizing the City Manager or her designee to
        execute an amendment in the amount of $47,500 to the current professional services agreement
        with EcoLogic Engineering for groundwater evaluation studies to include groundwater well
        installation services to meet the requirements of the recently adopted Wastewater Treatment
        Plant Discharge Permit for a total agreement amount not to exceed $99,000. (B. Grewal/C.
        Ehlers/E. Brennan)

        10




     11. Adopted Resolution 2008-234 repealing Resolution 2007-287 and designating specified
        individuals as Local Agency Officials for the purposes of AB 1234. (D. Landeros/D. Brower/M.
        Wimberly)

        11




     12. Adopted Resolution 2008-235 approving and authorizing the City Manager or designee to
        execute an Agreement with the Town of Discovery Bay Community Services District for Biosolids
        Testing for the Wastewater Treatment Plant - Solids System Expansion, CIP Project No. 592-
        59180. (B. Grewal/P. Eldredge)

        12




     Redevelopment Agency Consent Items:


     13. Approved warrants from Warrant lists dated August 13 and August 20, 2008. (P. Ehler/L.
        Schelbert)

        13




     CONSENT CALENDAR ACTIONS

     Motion: Approve Consent Calendar Items 1 - 13 as recommended.
     Moved by Vice Mayor Robert Brockman, seconded by Councilmember Erick Stonebarger.
     Vote: Motion carried 4-0.
     Yes: Councilmember Chris Becnel; Councilmember Erick Stonebarger; Vice Mayor                   Robert
     Brockman; Mayor Bob Taylor
     Absent: Councilmember Brandon Richey

     NEW BUSINESS (07:43 PM)

     14. Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority - Adopt a Resolution authorizing the issuance of
        Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Water Revenue Bonds, Series 2008 and the
        execution and delivery of a Master Trust Agreement, a First Supplemental Trust Agreement, a
        Master Installment Sale Agreement, a First Supplemental Installment Sale Agreement, a Bond
        Purchase Contract and an Official Statement in connection therewith and approving a preliminary
        official statement therefore and delegating to the Secretary of the Authority the power to
        authorize the sale of said bonds and to take certain related actions in connection therewith. (P.
        Ehler/B. Kelleher)

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     Finance and Information Systems Accountant II, Brian Kelleher, presented a staff report. He said




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     new proceeds from the issuance of the 2008 Water Revenue Bonds would be used to pay off the
     commercial paper issued by the Contra Costa Water District on behalf of the City, associated with
     the design and construction of the surface water treatment plant adjacent to the Randall Bold
     Treatment Plant. The new 2008 water bonds included the refinancing of the remaining water portion
     of the existing 1996 water and sewer revenue bonds. The bonds had been issued to finance certain
     capital improvements to the water and sewer systems. He explained what the improvements
     consisted of and said by refinancing the bonds, staff estimated the water enterprise would save
     approximately $592,000.

     Mayor Taylor opened public comments.

     Mayor Taylor closed public comments.

     Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Member Stonebarger asked what other options the City
     had besides going out to bond given the instability of the municipal bond market.

     Director of Finance and Information Systems, Pam Ehler, said this was a revenue bond and was not
     the same environment as the other municipal bond market.

     Bond Counsel, John Knox, from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, said the City had already incurred
     the obligation to finance the project through an agreement with Contra Costa Water District. It was
     not a question of whether the City was going to borrow the money for the project; it was a question of
     what form the City was borrowing the money in. This was a long term fixed rate financing that would
     protect the City in the future from volatile markets because the rate would be locked in. If the City
     went with the agreement it had now, there was a variable rate obligation that could go much higher
     and did not offer protection.

     Bond Underwriter, Bob Williams, RBC Capital Markets, said the financing could be delayed and one
     of the implications of delay was that the "AA" rating would eventually expire and he was not sure
     how long the rating was good for. Once expired, the process would need to start over again and
     return to the Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority. The market had not improved this year
     and he did not know how the market would be in 60 or 90 days.

     Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Member Stonebarger said he understood that the City
     was committed and had to pay and he asked what other options the City had. He believed there
     were 12 months from the time of project completion to obtain financing.

     John Knox, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, said the City had the option to finance the project itself
     or to allow Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) to finance and charge the City for it. CCWD had a
     commercial paper program in place right now which was a variable rate and the rate changed
     frequently.

     Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Member Stonebarger asked what the time frame was
     to obtain financing.

     Director of Finance and Information Systems, Pam Ehler, said the City had been asked to commit
     last May and to stop the commercial paper by October. It was better for the City to bond itself
     since other methods would be more expensive.

     Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Member Stonebarger asked about the difference in a
     revenue bond and other types of bonds.

     John Knox, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, said this was a revenue bond secured by a lien on the
     water system revenue which was considered a very secure source of payment. That was why there
     was an “AA” rating because the water system was healthy and there was a dedicated revenue and
     pledge of the revenue to the bondholder. There were many other types of bonds and he explained
     how they were secured.

     Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Member Stonebarger said given the instability of the
     bond market this last year and the fact that it was going up, was the City at the bottom or close to the




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     bottom and will there be some stability in the market and was the City at an advantage if the bond
     financing was delayed for six months. He also asked about the insurance aspect of what had
     happened in the last six or nine months.

     Bond Underwriter, Bob Williams, RBC Capital Markets, said at the beginning of the year, an option
     was looked at that would have been “AAA” rated bond insurance. All of the bond insurers had been
     downgraded or under credit watch. The option was still available but was not cost effective. The
     bond insurers would be back in business at some point and he was not sure when. The City could
     wait twelve months and could have bond insurers back and possibly pay higher interest rates. The
     long-term borrowing costs were currently under five percent and even given the credit market
     problems, was attractive on any historical basis.

     Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Member Stonebarger said he felt it was the appropriate
     time to authorize the issuance of the water revenue bonds in order to have stability. He asked if
     there was any recourse of protection should the item be approved.

     Bond Underwriter, Bob Williams, RBC Capital Markets, explained that RBC Capital Markets was
     scheduled to sell in approximately two weeks and should something disruptive happen in the next
     two weeks, the item could be pulled. If anything happened after the bond purchase agreement was
     entered into, it was at the risk of the underwriter.

     John Knox, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, said the resolution authorized the sale up to a six
     percent rate and if it went over that, Orrick Herrington and Sutcliffe LLP would need to come back to
     the Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority.

     Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Member Stonebarger said he did not like the six
     percent interest rate and still felt it was the right time to go for the bond.

     Motion: Adopt Resolution BIFA-17 authorizing the issuance of Brentwood Infrastructure Financing
     Authority Water Revenue Bonds, Series 2008 and the execution and delivery of a Master Trust
     Agreement, a First Supplemental Trust Agreement, a Master Installment Sale Agreement, a First
     Supplemental Installment Sale Agreement, a Bond Purchase Contract and an Official Statement in
     connection therewith and approving a preliminary official statement therefore and delegating to the
     Secretary of the Authority the power to authorize the sale of said bonds and to take certain related
     actions in connection therewith.
     Moved by Councilmember Erick Stonebarger, seconded by Councilmember Chris Becnel.
     Vote: Motion carried 4-0.
     Yes: Councilmember Chris Becnel; Councilmember Erick Stonebarger; Vice Mayor Robert
     Brockman; Mayor Bob Taylor
     Absent: Councilmember Brandon Richey

     15. Adopt a Resolution authorizing execution of a Master Installment Sale Agreement, a First
        Supplemental Installment Sale Agreement with the Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority
        (the "Authority") and a Bond Purchase Contract with said authority and RBC Capital Markets
        Corporation in connection with the refunding of a portion of the Authority’s outstanding water and
        Sewer Revenue Bonds, 1996 Series A, and the financing and Refinancing of the City’s 2008
        Water Project. (P. Ehler/B. Kelleher)

        15




     Finance and Information Systems Accountant II, Brian Kelleher, presented a staff report and said the
     item was for the authorization to execute required agreements and contracts by the City in
     connection with the issuance of the Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Water Revenue
     Bonds, Series 2008. City action was required to execute sale agreements between the Brentwood
     Infrastructure Financing Authority (BIFA) and the City that pledges revenue from the water enterprise
     for the debt service payments.

     Mayor Taylor opened public comments.

     Mayor Taylor closed public comments.




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     Motion: Adopt Resolution 2008-236 authorizing execution of a Master Installment Sale Agreement, a
     First Supplemental Installment Sale Agreement with the Brentwood Infrastructure Financing
     Authority (the \"Authority\") and a Bond Purchase Contract with said authority and RBC Capital
     Markets Corporation in connection with the refunding of a portion of the Authority\’s outstanding
     water and Sewer Revenue Bonds, 1996 Series A, and the financing and Refinancing of the City\’s
     2008 Water Project.
     Moved by Councilmember Chris Becnel, seconded by Councilmember Erick Stonebarger.
     Vote: Motion carried 4-0.
     Yes: Councilmember Chris Becnel; Councilmember Erick Stonebarger; Vice Mayor Robert
     Brockman; Mayor Bob Taylor
     Absent: Councilmember Brandon Richey

     16. Adopt a Resolution authorizing the defeasance of the Sewer portion of debt on the Brentwood
        Infrastructure Financing Authority Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds 1996 Series A and
        approving a budget amendment in the Wastewater facility fund in the amount necessary for the
        defeasance, currently estimated to be $1,800,000 in fiscal year 2008/09. (P. Ehler/B. Kelleher)

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     Finance and Information Systems Accountant II, Brian Kelleher, presented a staff report and said the
     item was to authorize the pay off the remaining outstanding debt associated with the sewer portion of
     the 1996 Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds. The City had the opportunity to realize debt service
     savings through the early payoff of the sewer portion of the bonds. The existing principal due on the
     sewer portion was currently $1,925,000 and a total net present value of paying this off early was
     approximately $469,000.

     Mayor Taylor opened public comments.

     Mayor Taylor closed public comments.

     Motion: Adopted Resolution 2008-237 authorizing the defeasance of the Sewer portion of debt on
     the Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds 1996 Series A
     and approving a budget amendment in the Wastewater facility fund in the amount necessary for the
     defeasance, currently estimated to be $1,800,000 in fiscal year 2008/09.
     Moved by Councilmember Chris Becnel, seconded by Councilmember Erick Stonebarger.
     Vote: Motion carried 4-0.
     Yes: Councilmember Chris Becnel; Councilmember Erick Stonebarger; Vice Mayor Robert
     Brockman; Mayor Bob Taylor
     Absent: Councilmember Brandon Richey

     INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS, SUBCOMMITTEES AND LIAISONS
        (07:59 PM)

     Mayor Taylor reported on the Vasco Road Task Force groundbreaking.

     REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS: (08:02 PM)

     ADJOURNMENT (08:02 PM)

     Motion: Adjourn ADJOURNMENT
     Moved by Councilmember Erick Stonebarger, seconded by Councilmember Chris Becnel.
     Vote: Motion carried 4-0.
     Yes: Councilmember Chris Becnel; Councilmember Erick Stonebarger; Vice Mayor                  Robert
     Brockman; Mayor Bob Taylor
     Absent: Councilmember Brandon Richey


     Respectfully submitted,



     Cynthia Garcia, CMC




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     Assistant City Clerk




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                             CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 2



Meeting Date: September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Approve the appointment of Garibaldi Laranang to the Brentwood Advisory
                 Neighborhood Committee (BANC).

Prepared by:     Barbie Gary, Recreation Supervisor

Submitted by: Brandon Richey, Council Member (Council Representative to BANC)


RECOMMENDATION
Approve the appointment of Garibaldi Laranang to the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood
Committee (BANC) for a term commencing September 24, 2008 and ending December 31,
2009. Mr. Laranang was in attendance at BANC’s November 2007 meeting fulfilling one of the
membership requirements. Mr. Laranang resides in Quadrant Three, and BANC has a current
membership of five from Quadrant Three, and can have up to six members per quadrant.

PREVIOUS ACTION
None

BACKGROUND
Staff continuously accepts applications for the BANC committee. BANC has a current
membership of ten, and has previously had up to twenty five members. BANC is an official
advisory committee of the City of Brentwood that is made up of residents from the city’s
neighborhoods.

FISCAL IMPACT
None
                              CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 3



Meeting Date:    September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Approve recommendation from City of Brentwood Park and Recreation
                 Commission for conceptual design for the Agricultural Park and History Center
                 (CIP Project #352-52401)

Prepared by:     Craig D. Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation

Submitted by: Craig D. Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation


RECOMMENDATION
Approve the recommendation of the Park and Recreation Commission for the conceptual design
for the Agricultural Park and History Center (CIP Project #352-52401).

PREVIOUS ACTION
On March 13, 2007, City Council adopted Resolution 2007-50 approving a Purchase and Sale
Agreement with Mery Lynn Nail and Lorraine Visher, or their authorized representative, for real
property identified as 3900 Sellers Avenue, APN 015-010-065, accepting real property on behalf
of the City of Brentwood and authorizing the City Manager to execute the agreement, and such
other documents as may be needed to complete the transaction including acceptance of the
Deed; and approving an amendment to Fund 263 in the 2006-07 operating budget not to
exceed of $1,080,000.

BACKGROUND
With the purchase of the Nail Property, Parks and Recreation Department staff has been
working on with the Park and Recreation Commission in a series of public meetings to draft a
conceptual plan for the 7+ acre parcel that is adjacent to the property owned by the East Contra
Costa Historical Society. Starting with a public scoping meeting at the property in June 2007,
the architectural firm of Abey/Arnold & Associates has provided a number of drafts for review at
meetings with the Park and Recreation Commission, the East Contra Costa Historical Society,
and the City of Brentwood Agricultural Enterprise Committee.

As a result of these various public meetings, a final draft was presented to the Park and
Recreation Commission at the August 28, 2008 Commission meeting. The conceptual plan
includes all of the areas of interest that have been expressed in the community meetings
including community gardens, a row crop display area, green house, event building, barn and
exhibit space with kitchen facilities, farm animal area, and farm equipment display area.
Though the intent of the plan was not to master plan the Historical Society property, the current
design of that property is taken into consideration as to the layout of the City property in hopes
of the two properties working together on the ultimate design. The plan has written support from
the Historical Society (attached). Additionally, members of the Delta Informal Gardeners (DIG)
have expressed their support of the plan and an interest in providing support to make the
community gardens and growing grounds a reality.

The Park and Recreation Commission approved the conceptual plan and is recommending the
City Council approve their recommendation. Once the conceptual plan is approved, City staff
will begin to work with the Historical Society, DIG, and other local not for profit organizations to
develop a phasing plan for the property and possible agreements for the management of the
property on behalf of the City, as well as a final plan and appropriate environmental review.
Though the property is designated as a park, the ultimate design and use of the property is not
the typical city park design. Experience shows that agricultural and historical parks are most
appropriately operated through an agreement with a local non-profit that has the specific
expertise in management of these types of facilities.

FISCAL IMPACT
There is no fiscal impact related to this action. Staff will return to City Council for action as a
phasing plan is developed and/or agreements are recommended for management or use of the
facility.

Attachments:
East Contra Costa Historical Society Letter
CIP Project Site Map and Budget Sheet
Conceptual Design
            Brentwood Boulevard




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Project Title:               Agricultural Park and History Center                                                                                                                                       Project #
Location:      3900 Sellers Avenue                                                                                                   Redevelopment Area:                                      No          352
                                                                                                                                     Project Mgr:                                     H. Kline           52401
Project Priority:            1C - Mandatory                                          Construction:                  City             General Plan Relationship:                      Consistent
Project Description:                                                                                                                 Justification:
   This purchase helps to expand the program and operations of the East Contra Costa Historical Society by                               The partnership with the East Contra Costa Historical Society to create
   enabling them to create an Agricultural Park and History Center. The project will provide area residents with                         an Agricultural Park and History Center is consistent with the City's
   an opportunity to learn about the region's agricultural history in a meaningful and tangible way. The concept                         Conservation and Open Space Element of the General Plan (Chapter 4,
   proposal includes space for community gardens and demonstration farms, in addition to other learning                                  Goal 2), which calls for the preservation and enhancement of historic and
   activities.                                                                                                                           cultural resources in and around the Brentwood community.



                                                                                           PROJECT FINANCING
Project Expenditures                                                  Prior                 08-09                  09-10                      10-11             11-12               12-13                TOTAL
 70239 Legal

 90040 Planning and Design                                                36,500                                                                                                                    $         36,500
 90050 Construction                                                                            116,000                116,000                                                                       $        232,000
 90070 Project Administration

 90100 Land/ROW/Acquisitions                                          1,067,926                                                                                                                     $      1,067,926
TOTAL                                                           $     1,104,426       $        116,000      $         116,000                                                                       $      1,336,426

Project Funding                                                       Prior                 08-09                  09-10                      10-11             11-12               12-13                TOTAL
 47xxx General Fund

 47xxx Facility Fees

 47xxx Enterprise

 44xxx Federal/State Funding

 46715 Development Contributions                                          24,426               116,000                  91,574                                                                      $        232,000
 48xxx Redevelopment

 47263 Agriculture Land Fund/Unfunded                                 1,080,000                                        24,426                                                                     $        1,104,426
TOTAL                                                           $     1,104,426       $        116,000      $         116,000                                                                     $        1,336,426
Review and Comment:                                                                                          Future Annual Operating/Maintenance Cost                                        $15,500
  Funding to purchase the property came from the Agricultural Land Funds in the amount of $1,080,000. Additional funds for the project will come from a development contribution from Pulte Homes, in the amount
  of $232,000. The remaining $24,426 is currently unfunded. These funds will be used for necessary clean up and required construction to make the property a viable Agricultural History Center including, but not
  limited to: routine maintenance, community development and demonstration farms development. The City consultant prepared a Conceptual Plan based on a public workshop and presented it at the October 25,
  2007 Parks and Recreation Commission meeting. An arborist has been hired to evaluate existing trees and a consultant will modify the Conceptual Plan, as required, and re-present it to the Parks and Recreation
  Commission and City Council for approval.

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                                  CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM 4



Meeting Date: September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Accept Annual Report on the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan at the
                 recommendation of the Park and Recreation Commission.

Prepared by:     Tammy Homan, Management Analyst

Submitted by: Craig D. Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation



RECOMMENDATION
Accept Annual Report on the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan at the recommendation of
the Park and Recreation Commission.

PREVIOUS ACTION
City Council adopted the Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan and adopted the Initial Study
and Mitigated Negative Declaration on June 25, 2002.

City Council accepted the 1st Annual Report for the Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan on
November 25, 2003, the 2nd Annual Report on November 9, 2004, the 3rd Annual Report on
October 25, 2005, the 4th Annual Report on October 24, 2006, and the 5th Annual Report on
November 13, 2007.

BACKGROUND
One of the innovative parts of the City of Brentwood Parks, Trails, and Recreation Master Plan is the
requirement that the plan is reviewed each year, with the submission of an annual report to City
Council to evaluate the Parks and Recreation Department’s level of success in implementing the
Master Plan. With the time and input that was required to complete the Master Plan, and the
importance it plays in directing the future of parks and recreation in Brentwood, there was a strong
desire to make sure the plan didn’t get approved and then sit on a shelf, never to be looked at again.
The requirement of an annual report attempts to keep the plan up-to-date and current.

Parks and Recreation Department staff has compiled the 6th Annual Report for fiscal year 2007/2008
with review by the Park and Recreation Commission on August 28, 2008. Once again, this report
has been formatted to fit the City Council’s adopted mission and vision statement, five core values,
and the “Brentwood Way” of doing business. This year’s document has been expanded to include
additional statistical information related to special events programming, use of volunteers, Activities
Guide distribution, hours of service for the Youth, Park and Recreation, and Arts Commissions, as
well as the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee (BANC). We’ve also included many more
photos this year to provide visual imagery of the community events and activities that are
coordinated by the Parks and Recreation Department.

FISCAL IMPACT
None

Attachment:
Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan Annual Report – Fiscal Year 2007/2008
Parks, Trails & Recreation
       Master Plan
         Annual Report
     Fiscal Year 2007/2008




            Presented by the:

          CITY OF BRENTWOOD
       PARKS & RECREATION DEPT.
                                       TABLE OF CONTENTS



INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 1

CITY OF BRENTWOOD VISION AND CULTURE STATEMENT................................................... 2

PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT VISION, MISSION, AND CORE VALUES ............ 3

CHAPTER 1: INTEGRITY ................................................................................................................... 4

CHAPTER 2: PASSION ........................................................................................................................ 8
 Attachment 2A: Parks and Recreation Department Statistics ..............................................13
 Attachment 2B: Map of Existing and Future Arterial and Collector Roads with
                Bike Lanes ...........................................................................................................23
 Attachment 2C: Tour de Starbucks Event Photos ....................................................................24

CHAPTER 3: ACCOUNTABILITY ...................................................................................................25
 Attachment 3A: Department Organizational Chart ................................................................34
 Attachment 3B: Park Acres as of June 30, 2008.......................................................................35
 Attachment 3C: Brentwood Senior Activity Center and
                Aquatic Complex Concession Stand CIP Project Information ..................37
 Attachment 3D: Improvement Projects Completed FY 2007/08: Parks ..............................39
 Attachment 3E: Improvement Projects Completed FY 2007/08: Streetscape Areas .......40
 Attachment 3F: 2007/08 – 2011/12 CIP Budget Information Sheets .................................45
 Attachment 3G: Quality Assurance Inspections: Parks .........................................................49
 Attachment 3H: Quality Assurance Inspections: Streetscape Areas....................................51
 Attachment 3I: Brentwood Tree Work Statistics ....................................................................55
 Attachment 3J: Vandalism in Parks ...........................................................................................56
 Attachment 3K: Vandalism in Streetscape Areas .....................................................................59

CHAPTER 4: RESPECT......................................................................................................................61

CHAPTER 5: QUALITY .....................................................................................................................65
 Attachment 5A: Public Art Projects ...........................................................................................69
 Attachment 5B: New Parks and Landscape Areas Accepted in Fiscal Year 2007/08 ........70
 Attachment 5C: New Public Art Installed in Fiscal Year 2007/08.........................................73
                             INTRODUCTION

       The City of Brentwood Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan was approved by
City Council action on June 25, 2002. Though Brentwood has grown considerably since
that time, the Master Plan is still the guiding document for the future. To keep the plan
timely, staff continues to review the document to determine the appropriate time to
consider revisions and updates should they become necessary.

        One of the requirements of the adopted Master Plan is to complete an annual
report that updates the accomplishments and ongoing and future goals and objectives of
the plan. The philosophical foundation of the Master Plan embraces the concept that the
provision of parks, trails, open space, and recreation opportunities not only enhance the
every day lives, physical and mental health, and general well-being of its residents, they
also increase the economic vitality of the community by making it more attractive to
business and industry. Desirable communities provide more than infrastructure: they
provide amenities. The Master Plan supports this philosophy by creating a plan for the
provision of parks, trails, open space, and recreation as critical elements of basic public
services.

        Though the Master Plan places its emphasis on parks and trails, the Parks and
Recreation Department, in addition to parks and trails, is responsible for a full-service
recreation division, provides support to the Park and Recreation Commission, Arts
Commission, Youth Commission, the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee
(BANC), is responsible for the management and maintenance of City facilities, is
responsible for roadway and open space landscape maintenance, and coordinates
community volunteer efforts in the City. As a result, the annual report represents the
Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan and the City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation
Department.

         On behalf of the staff of the Parks and Recreation Department, the Park and
Recreation Commission, and the residents of Brentwood, I take great pleasure in
presenting the sixth Annual Report for the Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan for
fiscal year 2007/2008.

                                        Craig D. Bronzan
                                        Director of Parks and Recreation
                                        September 2008




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                   CITY OF BRENTWOOD*
              VISION AND CULTURE STATEMENT


We create and institutionalize a vision and culture that furthers the goal of Brentwood
representing the highest civic standard. We form the organization around the values
of integrity, passion, accountability, respect and quality to create the “Brentwood Way”
of doing business.


Core Values
    Integrity – uncompromising adherence to moral and ethical principals
    Passion – boundless enthusiasm for what we do
    Accountability – answerable for our actions
    Respect – to feel and show esteem and consideration others
    Quality – the highest degree of excellence


Mission Statement
“Bringing Brentwood’s Vision to Reality”.


Vision Statement
We are an organization of dedicated professionals working together to make Brentwood
the very best, preserving its rich heritage and keeping Brentwood in the hearts of the
people.


The “Brentwood Way” is defined as:
    “Good enough” is never good enough and we find a way to do it better.
    Striving to be the best. The best is never defined or constrained: it is never reached
    and we advance the standard every day.
    Taking the best of both business and government for the benefit of the community.



In line with the Brentwood City Council approved Vision and Culture Statement, Core
Values, Mission Statement, and definition of the “Brentwood Way”, the Parks and
Recreation Department has articulated what that means as a result of doing the daily
business of the Parks and Recreation Department. This Parks, Trails, and Recreation
Master Plan Annual Report will be presented in this format to describe the
accomplishment for fiscal year 2007/08, the anticipated work plan for fiscal year
2008/09, and accompanying attachments.




*Adopted by the City of Brentwood City Council on September 14, 2004.


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       PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Vision:     . . . adding joy to people’s lives

Mission:    Creating joyful community experiences through people, parks, and
            programs

Core Values:

   INTEGRITY – uncompromising adherence to moral and ethical principals
        We deal with ourselves and the public in an honest and open fashion
        We value the input and opinions of the community
        We strive for equal access to programs, services, and facilities
        We believe in what we do

   PASSION - boundless enthusiasm for what we do
        We play by enjoying ourselves, being spontaneous, and creative
        We have fun at what we do
        We share success
        We celebrate accomplishments

   ACCOUNTABILITY – answerable for our actions
       We choose our attitude and accept full responsibility for all of our choices
       We agree in public to act in a certain way, and if someone breaks the
       agreement, we will in a group setting, ask the person to live up to their
       agreement
       We expect any person to advise the group when they can not live up to an
       agreement made in the group
       We resolve conflict directly and when it occurs
       We don’t beat around the bush

   RESPECT - to feel and show esteem and consideration for others
        We make people’s day by doing something special for our customers and co-
        workers
        We are open to the ideas of others
        We believe there are no dumb ideas
        We listen to others
        We understand each other’s jobs by walking in their shoes

   QUALITY – the highest degree of excellence
        We are there – we totally focus on the moment and on the person or task
        with which we are engaged
        We make organizational development a part of our regular staff meetings
        We constantly re-evaluate our customer service to make it the best it can be
        When we problem solve and brainstorm, there are no titles, we are all equal



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               CHAPTER 1 - INTEGRITY




Accomplishments in 2007/08
   Approved affiliation agreements with the following youth non-profit organizations:
     o Aquaknights Swim Team
     o Brentwood Pony Baseball League
     o Dolphin Swim Team
     o Seawolves Swim Team
     o East Diablo Youth Soccer League
     o Terrapins Swim Team

   Received $32,000 funding from the 2008 Business License Tax Grant Program.
   $25,000 was used to fund the Starry Nights in Brentwood Summer Concerts and
   $7,000 was used to fund the Multi-Cultural Celebration.

   The Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex fee study was conducted by Management
   Partners and new fees were implemented January 1, 2008.

   A city-wide Volunteer Program was implemented.

   Submitted renewal application for 100 Best Communities for Young People
   designation.

   The following Proclamations were presented to City Council in Fiscal Year
   2007/08:

      o   National Park & Recreation Month – July 2007
      o   Coastal Cleanup Week – September 2007
      o   National Poetry Month – April 2008



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      o   Recognition of Chris “Cher” Robinson – April 2008
      o   Drown Prevention Month – May 2008
      o   National Bike Week – May 2008
      o   National Arts & Humanities Month and Celebrating the Brentwood Art, Wine
          & Jazz Festival – October 2008

   Staff participated with consultants and City staff on the Civic Center/City Park
   project.

   Staff worked with the Resource Conservation District and the Natural Heritage
   Institute to organize and staff the September 15, 2007 Creek Cleanup event along
   creeks within Brentwood.

   Updated standard details checklist guidelines.

   Approved Steeplechase Park, trail (Neroly Road and O’Hara Avenue), and street
   improvements, including tree preservation plan.

   At the September 11, 2007 City Council meeting an ordinance passed amending in
   its entirety, Chapter 2.44 of Title 2 of the Brentwood Municipal Code entitled “Arts
   Commission” with a new Chapter 2.44 entitled “Arts”.

   On February 26, 2008, City Council adopted Resolution 2008-81 establishing a
   Records Retention Schedule for the Parks and Recreation Department.

   Park and Recreation Commissioner Ernie Rodrigues was honored by City Council
   on March 11, 2008 for his Lifetime Achievement Award by the California
   Association of Park and Recreation Commissioners and Board Members
   (C.A.P.R.C.B.M.).

   On March 11, 2008, City Council approved the Youth Commission Scholarship
   application and criteria which awards four high school seniors who have met
   scholarship requirements each with a $750 scholarship.

   The Arts Commission recommended, and City Council approved, the re-
   appointment of Diane Lando as the City of Brentwood’s Poet Laureate for a 2-year
   term.


Work Plan for 2008/09
   Recreation and Landscape/Facilities staff are currently working on updating
   maintenance standards and specifications for all parks and related facility use.

   Establish compliance with SB2402 for gender equity in local government athletics.

   Work with outside agencies on trail issues and corridor connections at City limits.




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Work Plan for 2008/09 (Continued)
    Continued to participate with consultants and City staff on new Civic Center/City
    Park project.

    Participate with Contra Costa County Supervisor Mary Piepho on East County Trails
    Plan.

    Work toward completion of Highway 4 Bypass Authority for trail connection to
    John Marsh Home and bridge over Highway 4.

    Continue participation with California State Parks on the John Marsh Home/Cowell
    Ranch General Plan and John Marsh Home Rehabilitation project.

    Participate with Contra Costa County Flood Control District to finalize
    control/detention basin plans and encroachment permit approval.

    Landscape/Facilities division staff is currently updating the total tree inventory
    city-wide, to include parks, lighting and landscape districts, and residential trees.




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                 CHAPTER 2 - PASSION




Accomplishments in 2007/08
    Offered two consecutive adult coed soccer leagues this year consisting of 9
    teams per season.

    Offered three consecutive adult coed softball competitive and recreational
    leagues with 12 teams per season.

    A new 25-foot artificial holiday tree was purchased and placed in the planter at
    the corner of Second Street and Oak Street. This pre-lit tree was assembled by
    Parks and Recreation and Public Works staff and was decorated by members of
    the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee and staff from the Parks and
    Recreation Department.

    The live holiday tree that was temporarily located in the planter at Second and
    Oak Street was moved to Veterans Park and planted.

    In November 2007, staff set-up the sign and provided electricity for the Hospice
    Tree of Lights in City Park.

    Recreation and Landscape/Facilities division staff worked together to coordinate
    and build the Winter Wonderland Snow Park using more than 40 tons of ice
    shredded into snow.

    Landscape/Facilities staff completed chipping and removal of 100 yards of
    Christmas trees from the Boy Scout Pack 792 Christmas tree collection.

    The 11th Annual Spring to Life Family Fun Run took place and included a new
    “Dog Jog” component. This event involved collaboration with the Brentwood
    Police Department and several local non-profit organizations.


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Participation in the Future Stars Tennis Tournament tripled with a record 68
participants this year. This tournament, hosted by Parks and Recreation Staff
and Future Stars 2000, took place at the Heritage High School Tennis Courts.

Staff submitted an application for the Playful City USA designation. Playful City
USA is a national recognition program that honors communities across the
country for taking action locally to build infrastructure that promotes, creates,
and sustains an abundance of time and space for play for all children.

For the first time, successfully implemented the following new programs in fiscal
year 2007/08:

     o   Multi-Cultural Celebration as part of the Starry Nights in Brentwood
         Summer Concert series
     o   Youth in Government program was coordinated in conjunction with the
         Brentwood Lions Club, Recreation staff, and City-wide Department
         Directors
     o   Sister City Walk
     o   Masters Swim Program
     o   Gracie Jiu Jitsu
     o   Online Drivers Ed
     o   Dancing Babies
     o   Dance and Creative Movement
     o   Kids Love to Sign American Sign Language
     o   Awesome Etiquette
     o   Capoeira Brazilian Martial Arts
     o   Clay Play
     o   Wiz Kids Tech Electronics Camp
     o   Anatomy Academy
     o   NASA: Journey into Outer Space Camp
     o   Secret Agent Camp
     o   Cheerleader Summer Camp
     o   Animal Safari
     o   Paint Club
     o   Cartooning for Kids
     o   Flamenco Dance
     o   Introduction to Digital Photography

The Tour de Starbucks event expanded by going from 5 shops to 9 located in
Brentwood, Antioch, and Oakley and adding a 25-mile distance category.

Staff coordinated “sign planting” ceremonies for the Brentwood Senior Activity
Center and Summerset Park projects on June 13, 2007.

On December 11, 2007, City Council adopted a Resolution approving a
Concession Agreement with Ribeye’s Market for concession services at Sunset
Park Athletic Complex. This agreement was later amended to include concession
services at Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex.




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Mac Kaiser, Recreation Supervisor is a Committee Member for the Bass Lake
Aging Section Conference and represented the District III Aging Section.

Roger Stromgren, Landscape/Facilities Supervisor has been working, and will
continue to work, in cooperation with Public Works to clearly define weed
abatement and graffiti responsibilities.

Sue Barry, Recreation Supervisor sat on the California Park & Recreation Society
(CPRS) Health & Wellness Taskforce and was a presenter at the Health & Wellness
Summit in Roseville, California.

Mac Kaiser, Recreation Supervisor served as Educational Chair for the CPRS Aging
Section.

Friends of Marsh Creek and the Contra Costa Resource District planned a Native
Plant Demonstration Garden at the northern Marsh Creek Trail entrance to
Creekside Park. An East Bay Regional Park District Interpretive Sign highlighting
the native plants and trees of Marsh Creek guides visitors to the garden location.
Volunteers from churches, Scouts and Friends of Marsh Creek planted over 300
plants in the garden over the past year. Many of the native plants in the garden
are suitable for backyard wildlife gardens creating food sources for butterflies,
bees, and insects.

Staff coordinated the groundbreaking ceremony for the Brentwood Senior
Activity Center that took place on December 17, 2007.

Sue Barry, Recreation Supervisor, is Past-Chair for the NRPA Reitz Pacific
Marketing and Revenue Sources Management School.




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Work Plan for 2008/09
      Consideration of providing a batting cage at Sunset Park Athletic Complex.

      Apply for “Tree City USA” designation.

      Roger Stromgren, Landscape/Facilities Supervisor will work to sort, label, and
      permanently file into archives all plans for completed landscape improvements.

      Landscape/Facilities staff will revise landscape maintenance standards for the
      landscaping maintenance contractors.

      Landscape/Facilities staff will develop inspection procedures for quality control
      of landscape maintenance contractors.



Attachments
  2A: Parks and Recreation Department Statistics
  2B: Map of Existing and Future Arterial and Collector Roads with Bike Lanes
  2C: Tour de Starbucks Event Photos




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                                                                                       2A
                 Parks and Recreation Department
                        Participation Statistics
                                July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008


                                         Individuals/        Total           # of
Activity                               Events/Bookings   Participation    Spectators   Total
AQUATICS –
BRENTWOOD FAMILY AQUATIC
COMPLEX
Recreation Swim                                 29,199          29,199         None     29,199
Lap Swim/Masters Program                         2,672           2,672         None      2,672
Classes                                            868           6,067         None      6,076
Swim Lessons                                     1,289           9,983        19,966    29,949
Complex Rental                                       4             450         None        450
Family Season Pass                                   6              24         None         24
Punch Pass (10)                                    890             890         None        890
Punch Pass (25)                                    402          10,050         None      4,725
Lap Swim Pass (16)                                 143           2,288         None      2,288
Liberty Swim and Polo Teams                        110           4,400         6,600    11,000

AQUATICS –
HERITAGE HIGH SCHOOL POOL
Use by Affiliated Organization Teams               426          30,558        45,837    76,395
Swim Meets (Total of 10)                         7,500           7,500        11,250    18,750

ADULT SPORTS
Sports/Leagues                                   4,212          37,908        56,892    94,770

YOUTH SPORTS                                     2,010          16,075        40,189    56,263

CLASSES                                          1,150            5,370        3,222     8,592

SENIORS
Bocce League                                       168           3,192         None      3,192
Trips                                               92              92         None         92
Oldies But Goodies                                   1           1,836          231      2,067
Classes                                            395             395         None        395
CC Café                                         10,356          10,356         None     10,356
Membership                                         263             263         None        263

SKATE PARK
Skate Park Entries                              23,331          23,331           927    24,258
Skate Camp                                          47              47           150       197

CONCERTS                                            11            1,325       14,575    14,575




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                 Parks and Recreation Department
                 Participation Statistics - Continued
                                July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008


                                      Individuals/        Total           # of
Activity                            Events/Bookings   Participation    Spectators   Total

SPECIAL EVENT PROG.
Aquatic Pumpkin Patch                            63               63            0        63
Arts Shows at Tech Center Gallery                 2              250          200       450
Bike To Work Week                             1,185            1,185            0     1,185
Breakfast with Santa                            560              560            0       560
Doggie Dip Day                                  105              105            0       105
Fun Run                                         315              315          200       515
Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony                    0                0          400       400
Lunch with Bunny                                104              104            0       104
Monster Mash                                    102              102            0       102
Multi-Cultural Celebration                        0                0          600       600
S-K-A-T-E Competition                            56               56          100       156
Snow Park                                     3,150            3,150        1,575     4,725
Tennis Tournament                                68               68          102       170
Tour de Starbucks                               185              185           50       235

SPORT FIELD RENTALS
Apple Hill Park                                  96           1,440         2,160     3,600
Balfour-Guthrie Park                            236           4,290         6,435    10,725
Garin Park                                       62             605           907     1,512
Oak Meadow Park                                 439          11,280        16,920    28,200
Sunset Park Athletic Complex                  2,548         119,839       179,758   299,597

YOUTH COMMISSION                                 14             502          None        502

BUILDING RENTALS
Community Center                                138          20,700         None     20,700
Edna Hill Gym                                    20          24,750         None     24,750
Bristow Gym                                       9           1,255         None      1,255
City Park/Gazebo                                 11          67,983         None     67,983
Garin Multi-Purpose Room                          7             605         None        605
Women’s Club                                      9             936         None        936

PICNIC AREA RENTALS
Apple Hill Park                                   0               0             0         0
Balfour-Guthrie Park                             12             490           490       490
Brentwood Family Aquatics Complex                50           1279          1,279     1,279
Oak Meadow Park                                   2             150           150       150
Sunset Park Athletic Complex                      0               0             0         0
Veterans Park                                   135          10,388        10,388    10,388




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                  Parks and Recreation Department
                  Participation Statistics - Continued
                              July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008


                                    Individuals/         Total           # of
Activity                          Events/Bookings    Participation    Spectators     Total
PAL – AFTER THE BELL                           300           51,300         None       51,300

SUMMER DAY CAMPS                              132              660         None            660

TICKET SALES
Bus Passes                                    376              376         None            376
Gilroy Gardens                                 21               21         None             21
Great America                                  67               67         None             67
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom                    16               16         None             16

VOLUNTEER HOURS
Monster Mash                                   16               42         None            42
Breakfast with Santa                           20              103         None           103
Lunch with Bunny                                4               10         None            10
Spring to Life Fun Run                         75              225         None           225
Tour de Starbucks                              23              115         None           115
Concert: Stage Set Up                           2               30         None            30
Multi-Cultural Festival                         2               16         None            16
Summer Camp                                     1               40         None            40
Marsh Creek Clean-Up                          455            1,000         None         1,000
Planting: 11/11/07                              6               18         None            18
Planting: 11/17/07                              2                6         None             6
Planting: 11/18/07                              8               20         None            20
Planting: 12/01/2007                            9               27         None            27
Planting: 12/09/2007                           20               30         None            30
Planting: 02/17/2008                           28               84         None            84
Planting: 03/15/2008                           34              102         None           102
Planting: 04/26/2008                           30               90         None            90
Planting: 05/03/2008                           17               51         None            51
Planting: 05/17/2008                            2                6         None             6
Planting: 05/22/2008                            8                8         None             8
Planting: 06/14/2008                            6               18         None            18
Volunteer Coaches                             396            3,164         None         3,164
YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT                            62               62         None            62


                                                     GRAND   TOTAL    2007/08        937,187
                                                     GRAND   TOTAL    2006/07      1,071,658
                                                     GRAND   TOTAL    2005/06        980,300
                                                     GRAND   TOTAL    2004/05        640,137
                                                     GRAND   TOTAL    2003/04        539,276
                                                     GRAND   TOTAL    2002/03        334,177



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                Parks and Recreation Department
                    Participation Comparison




                1,200,000


                1,000,000
Participation




                 800,000


                 600,000


                 400,000


                 200,000


                       0
                            02/03   03/04   04/05   05/06   06/07   07/08

                                            Fiscal Year




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        Parks and Recreation Department
                Other Statistics
                     July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008


                                                               FEES
                ORGANIZATION                                  WAIVED
80 Volts                                                         $572.94

Brentwood Art Commission                                        $2,956.00

Brentwood Diversity Committee                                    $524.60

Brentwood Police Activities League (P.A.L.)                      $800.00

Brentwood Regional Community Chest                               $475.23

Brentwood Senior Citizen’s Club, Inc.                            $403.18

Contra Costa County
(including COPS, Immunization Program, Library, Boys Ranch)     $4,047.97

Contra Costa County Nutrition Program (CC Café)                $26,987.00

Contra Costa Resource Conservation District                      $151.62

Delta Community Services, Inc.                                  $2,444.31

Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano Counties                     $3,713.50

Hospice Foundation of East Bay                                   $158.56

Liberty High School Band                                         $339.52

Liberty High School Girls Soccer Tournament                      $186.82

Liberty High Transition                                          $127.32

One Day at a Time                                                $533.04

                                 TOTAL WAIVED FEES             $44,221.61




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                Parks and Recreation Department
                   Other Statistics - Continued
                          July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008




                     COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE
                     MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CMMS)
                     Work Requests/Orders                     1,667
                     Blanket Work Orders                        342
                           TOTAL WORK ORDERS                   2,009




                           BICYCLE TRAILS/LANES
                       Class 1 Bicycle Trails            10 miles
                       Bike Lanes                        16 miles




               ACTIVITIES GUIDE DISTRIBUTION
                                    BETHEL
    EDITION         BRENTWOOD       ISLAND      BYRON     KNIGHTSEN    OAKLEY   TOTAL
Fall/Winter           18,797        1,915        6,415       581       11,739   39,447
Winter/Spring         19,153        1,916        6,501       593       11,797   39,950
Summer                19,360        1,916        6,500       593       11,854    40,223
            Total     57,310        5,747       19,416      1,767      35,380   119,620




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                Parks and Recreation Department
                   Other Statistics - Continued
                              July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008

                   COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES
                               YOUTH COMMISSION
                                                  # of      # of     # of
Meeting/Event                                  Instances   Hours   Members   Total
Regular Monthly Meetings                          12        1.5       16      288
Subcommittee Meetings                             10         1         6       60
Holiday Special Events                             3         2         4       24
Fun Run                                           1          3        12       36
Tour de Starbucks                                  1         5        12       60
Hometown Halloween                                1          3         5       15
Liberty Homecoming Parade                          1         2         6       12
Marsh Creek Cleanup                               1          3         5       15
YC Scholarship and Member Selections               1         7         7       49
Staff Hours                                                                   175
                                       Total                                  734


                PARK AND RECREATION COMMISSION
                                                  # of      # of     # of
Meeting/Event                                  Instances   Hours   Members   Total
Regular Monthly Meetings                          10         2        5      100
Staff Hours                                                                   40
                                   Total                                     140


                               ARTS COMMISSION
                                                  # of      # of     # of
Meeting/Event                                  Instances   Hours   Members   Total
Regular Monthly Meetings                           5         2        5       50
Staff Hours                                                                   20
                                   Total                                      70


  BRENTWOOD ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMITTEE
                   (B.A.N.C.)
                                                  # of      # of     # of
Meeting/Event                                  Instances   Hours   Members   Total
Regular Monthly Meetings                          11         2       14      308
Special Events Volunteering                        2        1.5      15       45
Staff Hours                                                                  108
                                   Total                                     461



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Parks and Recreation Department
   Other Statistics - Continued
           July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008

            FIELD LIGHT USAGE
   LOCATION                         # OF HOURS
   Parks & Recreation Program Use
   Sunset Park Athletic Complex
      Pinwheel Softball Fields        2,487
      Optional Overlay                 492
      Competition Soccer Field          47
   User Group Rentals
   Sunset Park Athletic Complex
      Pinwheel Softball Fields         141
      Baseball Fields 5 & 6            556
      Optional Overlay                  4
      Competition Soccer Field         139
      Soccer Fields A, B, and C       1,121
   Balfour -Guthrie Park               230
   Oak Meadow Park                     312




   PARK AMENITIES/FEATURES
   AMENITY                          QUANTITY
   Ballfields                           19
   Barbecues                            68
   Basketball Courts                    13
   Benches                             258
   Bike Racks                           24
   Drinking Fountains                   60
   Horseshoe Courts                     2
   Mutt Mitt Dispensers                 47
   Picnic Tables                       276
   Tennis Courts                        2
   Waste Receptacles                   239



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Parks and Recreation Department
   Other Statistics - Continued
         July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008

               NEIGHBORHOOD PARK
                DAILY DROP-IN USE
   (EXCLUDING SPORTS USE AND PICNIC AREA RENTALS)
                                                  ESTIMATED
                                      ESTIMATED    ANNUAL
  NAME                       ACRES    DAILY USE       USE
  Almond Park                  1.40      12         2,700
  Amber Park                   0.30       5         1,125
  Anastasia Park               0.81       8         1,800
  Appaloosa Park               0.94       8         1,800
  Apple Hill Park*             4.85      37         8,325
  Apricot Park                 0.25       5         1,125
  Arbor View Park              5.70      25         5,625
  Balfour-Guthrie Park         6.44      25         5,625
  Berkshire Park               0.41       5         1,125
  Black Gold Park              6.50      25         5,625
  Celeste Park                 1.70      12         2,700
  Cherry Park                  0.40       5          1,125
  City Park*                   2.94      30         6,750
  Cortona Park                 0.30       5         1,125
  Creekside Park              10.25      30         6,750
  Curtis Park                  0.26       5         1,125
  Fruitwood Park               0.61       8         1,800
  Garin Park*                  6.35      37         8,325
  Gemini Park                  0.76       8         1,800
  Glory Park                   1.01      12         2,700
  Granville Green              1.66      12         2,700
  Heron Park                  10.17      30         6,750
  Homecoming Park              2.00      12         2,700
  Kaleidoscope Park            0.80       8         1,800
  King Park                    4.85      50         11,250
  Lake Park                    1.60      12         2,700
  Loma Vista Park*             5.30      37          8,325
  Mallard Park                 1.70      12          2,700
  Marsh Creek Staging Area     1.32      12         2,700
  Marsh Creek Vista Park       0.47       5         1,125
  Medallion Park               0.83       8         1,800
  Miwok Park                   7.32      25         5,625
  McClarren Park               3.24      15         3,375




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Parks and Recreation Department
   Other Statistics - Continued
           July 1, 2007– June 30, 2008


                  NEIGHBORHOOD PARK
                   DAILY DROP-IN USE
     (EXCLUDING SPORTS USE AND PICNIC AREA RENTALS)
                                                            ESTIMATED
                                             ESTIMATED       ANNUAL
    NAME                           ACRES     DAILY USE          USE
    Oak Meadow Park*                12.69         45            10,125
    Orchard Park                     5.14         25            5,625
    Palomino Park                    0.70          8            1,800
    Peach Park                       0.77          8            1,800
    Rainbows End Park                0.76          8            1,800
    Rolling Hills Park               2.05         15            3,375
    Rose Garden Park                 4.65         15             3,375
    Sage Glen Park                   2.00         15            3,375
    Spirit Park                      0.51          8            1,800
    Steeplechase Park                 1.0         12            2,700
    Summerwood Park*                 4.00         22            4,950
    Topaz Park                       0.20          5            1,125
    Veterans Park*                  10.05         45            10,125
    Walnut Park                      5.05         25            5,625
    Wheatfield Park                  1.34         12            2,700
    Windsor Way Park                 0.36          5            1,125
    Yokut Park                       0.60          8            1,800
                                    Total        859           193,275


Unobserved daily drop-in use based on 225 useable days (good weather).

Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex, Brentwood Skate Park, and Sunset
Park Athletic Complex are excluded in the above table as they are
considered to be Community Parks and have scheduled use only.

*   These parks are adjacent to public schools, resulting in higher daily
    use than other parks of the approximate same size.




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Saturday, May 31, 2008   Brentwood, CA       Short, Tall & Venti Rides




                                         Riders came in all sizes, ages,
                                            and experience levels

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Chapter 3




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       CHAPTER 3 - ACCOUNTABILITY




Accomplishments in 2007/08
   California Senator Barbara Boxer visited our P.A.L. After the Bell after school “Kid
   Fit” program in August 2007. She had heard about our fitness component, and as
   an advocate of legislature to reduce childhood obesity, was very impressed with
   our program.

   Updated the Part-Time Employee Play Book and Part-Time Employee Manual.

   Implemented a field matrix draft system for outside user groups utilizing facilities
   on a 4-times per year basis.

   Updated rainout and skate park closure policies.

   Forty-two (42) Agreements for Instructor Services were executed to run classes and
   programs.

   A total of 834 streetlights were repaired during the fiscal year.

   251 playground inspections were performed.

   More than 88,000 mutt mitts were utilized by people cleaning up after their pets in
   parks and on trails.

   Construction commenced on the Brentwood Senior Activity Center and the
   Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex Concession stand. These are multi-prime
   projects in which the City works as the General Contractor.

   Poldina Scherff, Recreation Manager, attended the 100 Best Communities award
   ceremony in Washington, D.C.


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132 contracts/agreements were executed related to Parks and Recreation programs
and services.

Ernie Rodrigues, Park and Recreation Commissioner, served as President of the
California Association of Park and Recreation Commissioners and Board Members.

Review and approval of plans and the installation of Fairview Avenue median
landscape was completed.

Park asset inventory was completed.

431 tons of green waste was recycled from the tree maintenance program.

7,716 registrations were processed for recreation programs.

On December 11, 2007, City Council adopted a Resolution that accepted the
results of the Aquatic Fee Study conducted by Management Partners, Inc. with staff
recommendations and amended the 2007/08 Cost Allocation Plan and Schedule of
City Fees for the Parks and Recreation Aquatic Fees for the first time since the
Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex opened.

On January 8, 2008, the newly reformatted Arts Commission was formed with Greg
Ruiz, Juan Castillo, and Wanda Groseclose being appointed to two-year terms and
Karen Halbe being appointed for a one-year term.

On January 22, 2008, City Council approved the re-appointments of Lanny Brown
and Ernie Rodrigues to the Park and Recreation Commission for three-year terms
ending December 31, 2010.

On June 10, 2008, City Council approved the expenditure of donations received for
fiscal year 2008/09 pursuant to Brentwood Municipal Code Chapter 2.46 (Park and
Recreation Commission) Section 2.46.020 for a total of $44,221.61.

On June 24, 2008, members of the Brentwood Youth Commission presented their
Year in Review and Next Steps.

On June 24, 2008, City Council approved the Arts Commission recommendation to
allow Discovery Builders to pay in-lieu contributions for public art requirements
for the Prewett Ranch project.

On November 13, 2007, City Council formalized the City of Brentwood Wellness
Policy Guidelines as a City of Brentwood Council/Administrative Policy No. 90-3
and the articulation of Section No. 12 of the Policy related to concessions and
vending standards. On March 11, 2008, the document was amended to add Section
No. 20 related to the benefits of play opportunities. This document includes
strategies for encouraging lifelong healthy behaviors in our community. This
document also received a 2nd place award by the California Parks and Recreation
Society (CPRS).




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Emergency evacuation signs and diagrams were created and posted in all Parks
and Recreation buildings/offices.

After a severe wind storm on May 22, 2008 that caused 15 mature trees to be
destroyed, Landscape/Facilities maintenance staff worked with landscape
maintenance contractors to remove the trees that had fallen and re-staked more
than 100 other trees.

At the Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex, in order to comply with regulations by
Jeff Ellis & Associates, we have now made it a requirement that all children under
48” utilize a Coast Guard approved lifejacket when utilizing the pools. As a
courtesy, we have made these life jackets available for use at no additional charge
to the customers.

Landscape/Facilities division staff assigned to be on standby (on call) were called
out 326 times to handle urgent issues in parks/facilities on weekends and after
hours.

A total of twenty-nine (29) Bounce House Permits were issued for citizens wishing
to utilize bounce houses in our parks.

All full-time Recreation division staff participated in the following training
sessions:

       o   IFAS (Financial Software)
       o   Performance Evaluation
       o   Outlook Task Management
       o   Blood Borne Pathogen
       o   CPR, First Aid, & AED
       o   Defensive Driving

Poldina Scherff, Recreation Manager, attended and graduated the East County
Leadership School. Ms. Scherff also attended Worker’s Compensation and
Reporting and Managing Industrial Injuries training.

Olivia Alvarez, Recreation Supervisor, participated on the City of Brentwood
Employee Volunteer Committee.

Tom Burt, Recreation Supervisor and Poldina Scherff, Recreation Manager,
participated on the City’s Organizational Development Steering Committee.

Mac Kaiser, Recreation Supervisor, is a California Park and Recreation Society
(CPRS) District III Board Member at Large, and is the CPRS State Aging Section
Education Chair Elect for 2008, as well as a member of the CPRS Bass Lake
Committee, and is Past President of the Brentwood Rotary Club.

Sue Barry, Recreation Supervisor, serves on the City-wide Safety Committee and is
President of the Mid-Managers Employee Association.




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Olivia Alvarez, Recreation Supervisor, attended the Creating Programs/Learning
Resources Network, graduated from the Reitz Marketing & Revenue Sources
Management School, and was re-certified through the National Pool and Waterpark
Lifeguard Training Program.

Jackie Dwyer, Recreation Coordinator and Mike Erck, Landscape Facilities
Worker II, serve on the Public Works/Park & Recreation Safety Committee.

Anthony Schriver, Recreation Coordinator, attended Ellis & Associates Lifeguard
Training Classes and is a Certified Lifeguard Instructor.

Tammy Homan, Management Analyst, attended a 3-day Mastery of Leadership
Communication training.

Roger Stromgren, Landscape/Facilities Supervisor, attended Pesticide Applicators
Continuing Education, Sports Field Maintenance, Blood Borne Pathogen, and
RainMaster Central Irrigation System trainings. Roger has attended an 8-hour
Hazardous Materials Training and a seminar on managing multiple projects.

Barry Margesson, Landscape/Facilities Supervisor, attended the Knorr Systems, Inc.
Aquatic Facilities Operator (AFO) Certificate Renewal Training, the Pesticide
Applicators Continuing Education, Blood Borne Pathogen /CPR Training, and
attended a Conflict Resolution workshop. In addition, Barry obtained Certified
Arborist Continuing Education, and attended an 8-our Hazardous Materials
Training.

Mike Erck and Gabe Lopez, both Landscape/Facilities Maintenance Workers,
attended a two-day training session on boilers and received their pool
certifications from Knorr Systems, Inc. Aquatic Facilities Operator (AFO).

Steve McLean, Sr. Landscape/Facilities Worker, attended High Elevation Lift,
Hazardous Materials, Confined Space, Blood Borne Pathogen/CPR, and Fire
Extinguisher Training. Steve also attended a Conflict Resolution Workshop and
attended a Tree Pruning Seminar at the UC Extension.

Brian Johnson, Landscape/Facilities Maintenance Worker, received a Backhoe
Training Certificate, a Knorr Systems, Inc. Aquatic Facilities Operator (AFO)
certificate, and attended Evolution Central Controller, Hazardous Materials,
Confined Space, Blood Borne Pathogen/CPR, and Fire Extinguisher trainings. Brian
also attended a Defensive Driving Class and a Conflict Resolution Workshop.

Felix Ruiz, Landscape/Facilities Maintenance Worker, received a Backhoe Training
Certificate, a Scissor Lift Operator Certificate, and attended Hazardous Materials,
Confined Space, Fire Extinguisher, and Blood Borne Pathogen/CPR trainings. Felix
also attended a Tree Pruning Seminar at the UC Extension and attended a Conflict
Resolution Workshop.




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Esequiel Ortega, Landscape/Facilities Maintenance Worker, attended Hazardous
Material, Confined Space, Blood Borne Pathogen/CPR , and Fire Extinguisher
Training. Esequiel also attended a Conflict Resolution Workshop and a Tree
Pruning Seminar at the UC Extension.

On September 25, 2007, City Council accepted park and trail improvements for the
S & S Farms Phase IV project, located on the west side of O’Hara, south of Grant
Street and north of Sand Creek Road by Brentwood Sand Creek Partners LLC.

On February 12, 2008, City Council accepted landscaping improvements for
Brentwood Senior Commons, located north of Oak Street, west of Garin Parkway,
and east of Larkspur Way by Eden Housing, Inc.

On February 12, 2008, City Council accepted Sand Creek Road right-of-way and
median landscaping improvements for Gregory Ranch Townhomes, located south
of Sand Creek Road, east of Marsh Creek, and west of Brentwood Boulevard by D.R.
Horton.

On February 26, 2008, City Council accepted Detention Basin Improvements for
S & S Farms, located on the south side of Caper Drive from Ceylon Drive to Lone
Oak Road by Brentwood Sand Creek Partners, LLC.

On February 26, 2008, City Council accepted backbone landscape improvements
for S & S Farms, located on O’Hara Avenue from new Sand Creek Road to Grant
Street, Grant Street from O’Hara Avenue to Lone Oak Road, Adams Lane from
Grant Street to O’Hara Avenue and Caper Drive from O’Hara Avenue to Lone Oak
Road by Brentwood Sand Creek Partners, LLC.

On February 26, 2008, City Council accepted in-tract alley improvements for S & S
Farms, with one in-tract alley location between the south side of Grant Street and
the North side of Lavender, one in-tract alley located on the south side of Grant
Street and the north side of Clover Drive and one in-tract alley located on the east
side of Pimento Drive and the west side of Mint Drive by Brentwood Sand Creek
Partners, LLC.

On February 26, 2008, City Council accepted landscape improvement work for the
Community Beautification project, which included Fairview Avenue median
landscaping and the landscaping at Oak Street and Chestnut Street.

On March 11, 2008, City Council accepted EBMUD Mokelumne Aqueduct Right of
Way improvements for S & S Farms, located on the north side of Grant Street from
the Union Pacific Railroad Right of Way to Cesar Chavez Road, not including future
Adams Street extension or the O’Hara Avenue extension pieces, by Brentwood
Partners, LLC.

On March 25, 2008, City Council accepted landscape improvements for Granville
Estates, located southwest of the intersection of Neroly Road and O’Hara Avenue
by Western Pacific Housing, Inc.




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  On March 25, 2008, City Council accepted the Granville Green Park improvements
  in the Granville Estates subdivision by Western Pacific Housing, Inc.

  On March 25, 2008, City Council accepted public landscaping improvements for
  maintenance for the public landscaping on Empire Avenue, Shady Willow Lane,
  East Bay Municipal Utilities District Trail (EBMUD), Parcels C, D, F, and G, located
  west of Shady Willow and north of Empire Avenue constructed by Discovery
  Builders, Inc.

  On March 25, 2008, City Council accepted public improvements for the EBMUD
  trail and landscaping constructed for the Sunset Crossing project, located south of
  Sunset Road and east of Brentwood Boulevard, developed by DeNova Homes.

  On March 25, 2008, City Council accepted King Park as part of the Crossroads II
  subdivision by Ponderosa Homes and accepted a $20,000 cash bond for repairs to
  dog park sod. King Park is located on the north side of Sand Creek Road and west
  of Minnesota Avenue.

  On April 8, 2008, City Council accepted the Sage Glen Estates Park improvements
  for the Castello property, located at the northeast corner of Balfour Road and
  Faiview Avenue, by Western Pacific Housing, Inc.

  On May 27, 2008, City Council accepted Sage Glen Estates Trail Improvements and
  the Lighting and Landscape District for the Castello property, located at the
  northeast corner of Balfour Road and Fairview Avenue by Western Pacific Housing,
  Inc.

  On May 27, 2008, City Council accepted the Siena Village Park improvements for
  the Siena Village project located on Cortona way by Siena Partners, LLC.

  On May 27, 2008, City Council accepted the O’Hara and Lone Tree Way landscape
  improvements in the common area for Steeplechase LLD and Park by Richmond
  American Homes.

  Park and trail improvements for the Meritage I and II subdivisions were accepted
  by City Council.


Work Plan for 2008/09
  Staff will complete a Volunteer Handbook.

  Replace stolen critter sculptures at Veterans Park with redesigned sculptures
  installed in a manner so that they are less likely to be stolen in the future.

  Install poetry plaques at Veterans Park.

  Recreation staff will work to update the Code of Conduct to include all areas of
  Recreation.



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Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place at the new Brentwood
Senior Activity Center in fall 2008.

Complete fee study on recreation programs.

Construction documents will be completed and new play equipment will be
installed at McClarren Park.

Parks and Recreation staff will apply for the prestigious Helen Putnum Award.

Improvements for Oak Meadow Park:
   o Install drainage around infield of Field 2
   o Renovate infield
   o Replace existing netting around batting cage.

Improvements for Balfour-Guthrie Park:
   o Renovate infield
   o Replace missing vandalized fence railing

Improvements for Creekside Park:
   o Install rough trail signage for the Creek Trail and seal cracks

Improvements for Stonehaven Park:
   o Repair resilient safety surfacing

Improvements for Heron Park:
   o Replace pre-cast fence sections from accident damage
   o Replace vandalized bollard lights
   o Install new interpretive sign at existing location

Improvements for Walnut Park:
   o Replace table seats

Improvements for Arbor View Park:
   o Replace tree identification interpretive signs

Improvements for Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex:
   o Install pavers at recreation shade structure area

Improvements for Sage Glen Park:
   o Install electrical light pedestals

Complete and accept the S & S Farms’ Blue Goose Park.

Update MapRoom for current GPS of street trees.

The failed playground at Apple Hill Park will be replaced with a completely new
structure.




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 California State Parks is scheduled to finish the General Plan for the John Marsh
 Home / Cowell Ranch project in Spring 2009. California State Parks is in the
 process of completing the construction documents for the John Marsh Home
 stabilization work on the south wall.

 Participate in the Downtown Specific Plan study.

 Assist Community Development staff in updating the Creek, Trail, and
 Revegetation Master Plan.

 Landscape/Facilities Manager and two Landscape/Facilities Supervisors will
 continue to work cooperatively with Community Development and Engineering
 staff to insure our landscape improvements meet City of Brentwood Standards and
 Specifications, offering the community consistently high quality facilities.


Attachments
 Attachment 3A: Department Organizational Chart
 Attachment 3B: Park Acres as of June 30, 2008
 Attachment 3C: Brentwood Senior Activity Center and Aquatic Complex
                Concession Stand CIP Project Information and Photos
 Attachment 3D: Improvement Projects Completed FY 2007/08: Parks
 Attachment 3E: Improvement Projects Completed FY 2007/08: Streetscape Areas
 Attachment 3F: 2007/08 – 2009/10 CIP Budget Information Sheets
 Attachment 3G: Quality Assurance Inspections: Parks
 Attachment 3H: Quality Assurance Inspections: Streetscape Areas
 Attachment 3I: Brentwood Tree Work Statistics
 Attachment 3J: Vandalism in Parks
 Attachment 3K: Vandalism in Streetscape Areas




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                                                                       PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT



                                                                                    Commissions & Committees
                                                                                              Arts (5)
                                                                                       Park & Recreation (5)
                                                                                            Youth (13)
                                                                                           B.A.N.C. (25)




                                                                                             Craig D. Bronzan
                                                                                                 Director
                                 LANDSCAPE/
                                                                                                                                                                        RECREATION
                                  FACILITIES
                                   DIVISION                                                                                                                               DIVISION
                                                                                                                                     Tammy Homan
                                                                                             ADMINISTRATION                        Management Analyst
                                                                                                DIVISION


                              Roger Stromgren                                                                                                                           Poldina Scherff
                            Landscape/Facilities                                                                                                                         Recreation
                                 Manager                                                                                                                                   Manager
                                                                                                                  Edie Keller
                                                                              Tina Clark
                                                                                                                Administrative
                                                                             Accountant II
                                                                                                                 Supervisor
       Aaron Wanden             Barry Margesson      Mike Azamey
        Landscape/                Landscape/         Landscape/
                                                                                                                                            Tom Burt    Malcom Kaiser    Barbara Gary      Olivia Alvarez    Sue Barry
         Facilities                Facilities         Facilities
                                                                                                                                           Recreation    Recreation       Recreation        Recreation      Recreation
        Supervisor                Supervisor         Supervisor                                                                            Supervisor    Supervisor       Supervisor        Supervisor      Supervisor
                                                                                                                Michelle Inglis
                                                                                                                Administrative
                                                     Gabe Lopez                                                  Assistant II
                    Steve McLean
                                                     Landscape/
                   Sr. Landscape/
                                                   Facilities Worker
                  Facilities Worker
                                                            II
                                                                                                                Helena Pfeifer
                                                                                                                Administrative
                                                                                                                 Assistant II                                            Jackie Dwyer
                                                      Bob Muhr
      Esequiel Ortega        Brian Johnson                                                                                                                                Recreation
                                                     Landscape/                                                                                                          Coordinator
        Landscape/            Landscape/
                                                   Facilities Worker
     Facilities Worker I   Facilities Worker I                                                                   Elaine Kwan
                                                            II
                                                                                                                Administrative
                                                                                                                 Assistant II                                           Anthony Schriver
                                                                                                                                                                          Recreation
                                                      Mike Erck                                                                                                           Coordinator
         Felix Ruiz              Vacant
                                                     Landscape/
        Landscape/            Landscape/                                                                         Lisa Leckie
                                                   Facilities Worker
     Facilities Worker I   Facilities Worker I                                                                  Administrative
                                                            II                                                   Assistant II                                               Vacant
                                                                                                                                                                          Recreation
                                                                                                                                                                          Coordinator
                                                                                                                Linda Stadlbauer
                  Part-Time Staff (4)
                                                                                                                 Administrative
                                                                                                                   Assistant II                                          150 Part-Time
                                                                                                                                                                              Staff
                                                                                                                                                                         38 Instructors
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                                                                                                       3B

                              CITY OF BRENTWOOD
                         PARK ACRES AS OF JUNE 30, 2008

                                           BUILT OR IN     OWN/LEASE       FUTURE          CITY
                       NAME                  DESIGN        NO DESIGN     DEDICATION     MAINTAINED

Almond Park                                         1.40                                        1.40
Amber Park                                          0.30                                        0.30
Anastasia Park                                      0.81                                        0.81
Appaloosa Park                                      0.94                                        0.94
Applehill Park                                      5.00                                        5.00
Apricot Park                                        0.25                                        0.25
Aquatic Complex                                     7.50                                        7.50
Arbor View Park                                     5.70                                        5.70
Baca Properties (Subd. 8982)                                                     1.62
Balfour-Guthrie Park                                6.44                                        6.44
Barrington Parks (3)                                              6.91
Berkshire Park                                      0.90                                        0.90
Black Gold Park                                     6.50                                        6.50
Blue Goose Park                                     5.04                                        5.04
Bridle Gate (Discovery Bldrs Subd. 8506)                                         5.12
Caboose Park                                        1.02                                        1.02
Carmel Estates (Pulte Homes Subd. 8311)                           1.70
Celeste Park                                        1.90                                        1.90
Cherry Park                                         0.43                                        0.43
City Park                                           2.94                                        2.94
Cortona Park                                        0.33                                        0.33
Creekside Park                                    10.00                                        10.00
Creekside Trailhead                                 0.25                                        0.25
Curtis Tot Lot                                      0.26                                        0.26
Darby/Coventry Pocket Park                          0.77                                        0.77
Egret Park                                          1.54                                        1.54
Empire School Park                                                5.02
Fruitwood Park                                      0.61                                        0.61
Garin Park                                          6.40                                        6.40
Gemini Park                                         0.78                                        0.78
Glory Park                                          1.01                                        1.01
Granville Green                                     1.76                                        1.76
Heartland Pocket Park                               0.10                                        0.10
Heron Park                                        10.17                                        10.17
Homecoming Park                                     2.00                                        2.00
Ironhouse Staging Area (Meritage)                   0.80                                        0.80
Kaleidoscope Park                                   0.80                                        0.80
King Park                                           4.50                                        4.50
Lake Park                                           1.60                                        1.60
Loma Vista Park (City owns .8 acre)                 5.30                                        5.30
Mallard Park                                        1.70                                        1.70
Marsh Creek Staging Area                            1.32                                        1.32
Marsh Creek Vista                                   0.50                                        0.50
McClarren Park                                      3.24                                        3.24
Medallion Park (Rose Garden)                        0.83                                        0.83
Miwok Park                                          7.32                                        7.32
Oak Meadow Park                                   12.69                                        12.69


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                                                    BUILT OR IN     OWN/LEASE          FUTURE              CITY
                      NAME                            DESIGN        NO DESIGN        DEDICATION         MAINTAINED

Orchard Park                                                 5.14                                               5.14
Outrigger Circle Pocket Park                                 0.96                                               0.96
Palmilla Parks (total of 4 parks)                                           7.57
Palomino Park                                                0.70                                               0.70
Peach Park                                                   0.77                                               0.77
Prewett Ranch (2 parks)                                                                          4.26
Rainbows End Park                                            0.80                                               0.80
Rolling Hills Park                                           2.20                                               2.20
Rose Garden Park                                             3.13                                               3.13
Sage Glen Park                                               2.00                                               2.00
San Marino (Staging Area)                                    0.20                                               0.20
Sand Creek Park (Costello)                                                  9.60
Sand Creek Park (Lea)                                                       9.13
Seedling Park                                                1.40                                               1.40
Skate Park                                                   0.50                                               0.50
Spirit Park                                                  0.51                                               0.51
Steeplechase (Richmond Amer. Subd. 8674)                     1.11                                               1.11
Steeplechase (Richmond Amer. Subd. 8674)                     0.52                                               0.52
Steeplechase (Richmond Amer. Subd. 8674)                     1.07                                               1.07
Stonehaven Park                                              0.15                                               0.15
Summerset Park                                                             10.00
Summerwood Park                                              4.00                                               4.00
Sunset Park Athletic Complex                               38.00                                               38.00
Sweetgrass Pocket Park                                       0.25                                               0.25
Topaz Park                                                   0.27                                               0.27
Veterans Park                                              10.05                                               10.05
Walnut Park                                                  5.05                                               5.05
Wheatfield Park (Subd. 8546)                                 1.40                                               1.40
Windsor Park                                                 0.50                                               0.50
Yokut Park (Centex)                                          1.25                                               1.25
                                           Totals         205.58          49.93                 11.00         205.58
                                                                                   Owned No Design             49.93
                                                                                   Future Dedication           11.00
                                                                                   GRAND TOTAL                266.51
                                Acres owned 2008
                                 Acres as of 2008         255.51
                                       Population         50,000
                                  Acres per 1,000           5.11




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                                                                                                                               3C
       BRENTWOOD SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER, CIP PROJECT NO. 522-52280
       AQUATIC COMPLEX/CONCESSION STAND, CIP PROJECT NO. 522-52300

                                                                                          BID AMOUNT FOR                      TOTAL
                                                                        BID AMOUNT FOR      THE AQUATIC                     CONTRACT
                                                                        THE BRENTWOOD         COMPLEX                        AMOUNT
                                                                        SENIOR ACTIVITY     CONCESSION      TOTAL BID        WITH 10%
       BID PACKAGE                       BIDS RECEIVED                      CENTER             STAND         AMOUNT        CONTINGENCY

Architect                    Quattrocchi Kwok Architects                  $193,830.74       $45,062.50     $238,893.24     $262,782.56

Management Company           RGM and Associates                           $429,203.67       $51,537.62     $480,741.29     $528,815.41

Pre-Engineering Building     Kimmel Construction Inc.                      $774,722            N/A           $774,722      $852,194.20

Site Work                    Bay Cities Paving and Grading                 $657,000          $17,000         $674,000        $741,400

                             Gonsalves & Santucci, Inc. dba
#3 – Concrete                                                              $267,050          $37,287         $304,337      $334,770.70
                             Conco

#4 – Masonry                 John Jackson Masonry                           $91,393          $24,294         $115,687      $127,255.70

#5 – Structural Steel        Martinez Sheet Metal, Inc.                    $153,972          $30,000         $183,972        $367,944

#6 – Carpentry               R.A. Jones Construction                       $125,000          $26,000         $151,000        $166,100

#7 – Metal Stud & Gypsum     Denham Contracting, Inc.                      $134,618           $ 5,100        $139,718      $153,689.80

#8 -Mechanical/HVAC          Martinez Sheet Metal, Inc.                    $138,427           $ 5,835        $144,262      $158,688.20

#9 - Plumbing                Henson Plumbing Inc.                          $112,200          $32,000         $144,200        $158,620

#10 - Electrical             Alhambra Electric*                            $374,690          $67,620         $442,310        $486,541

#11 – Fire Sprinklers        Thorpe                                         $57,390           $9,110         $66,500         $73,150

#12 – Storefront & Glazing   Arrow Glass                                   $240,000          $60,000         $300,000        $300,000

                             D & D Commercial & Residential
#13 - Painting                                                              $36,700          $11,000         $47,700         $52,470
                             Painting Inc.

#14 – Specialty Ceiling      Dean’s Acoustical Ceilings, Inc.               $24,995            N/A           $24,995        $27,494.50

#15 – Casework               NWD, Inc.                                      $34,300            N/A           $34,300         $37,730

#16 – Flooring               Majestic Floors Inc.                           $27,900            N/A           $27,900         $30,690

#17 - Tile                   Young Brothers Tile & Terrazzo, Inc.           $35,600            N/A           $35,600         $39,160

#18 – Kitchen                Martinez Sheet Metal, Inc.                     $96,765          $25,988         $122,753      $135,028.30

#19 – Design/Build           JFC Construction, Inc.                         $81,715            N/A           $81,715        $89,886.50
Communication Tower


                                                                Total    $4,087,471.40      $447,834.12    $4,535,305.50   $5,154,410.80

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 BRENTWOOD SENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER, CIP PROJECT NO. 522-52280
 AQUATIC COMPLEX/CONCESSION STAND, CIP PROJECT NO. 522-52300

CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS PHOTOS – AS OF JUNE 30, 2008




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                                    City of Brentwood / Cagwin and Dorward
                                Improvement Projects Completed for FY 2007/2008
     Area: PARKS
     LOCATION                            PROJECT COMPLETED
     ANASTASIA PARK
                                         Planted 3, 15-gallon Crape Myrtle Trees
     APRICOT PARK
                                         Planted 1, 15-gallon Chionanthus Tree
     BRENTWOOD FAMILY AQUATICS COMPLEX
                                         Planted three color rotations at the monument sign and circular planter
                                         Moved and re-wired irrigation controllers out of the chemical room
     BALFOUR-GUTHRIE PARK
                                         Top dressed and overseeded soccer field
     BERKSHIRE PARK
                                         Replaced Lavatera plantings with Lantana and Salvia
     CITY PARK
                                         Planted 3 color rotations
     DOWNTOWN AREA
                                         Planted 3 color rotations
     GARIN PARK
                                         Top dressed and overseeded soccer field
     LOMA VISTA PARK
                                         Top dressed and overseeded soccer field
     PEACH PARK
                                         Replaced five (5) declining Ginko trees with pear trees
     RAINBOW'S END PARK
                                         Planted 5, 5-gallon Cionanthus trees
     ROSE GARDEN PARK
                                         Replaced 6 declining trees with 6 new 15-gallon trees
     SUMMERWOOD PARK
                                         Top dressed and overseeded soccer field
     SUNSET PARK ATHLETIC COMPLEX
                                         Planted 3 color rotations
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                                         Installed 39,000 sqare feet of sod on baseball and soccer fields
                                         Applied three fungicide applications for various turf diseases
                                         Appled one gypsum application for the entire park
                                         Appled two top dress and two slit seed applications for soccer fields A, B, and C and ball fields 1 and 2
                                         Central Irrigation CIP for Urea Sulfuric Acid Injector (Installation)




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     VETERANS PARK
                                         Planted 3 color rotations
                                                                        City of Brentwood / MCE Corp.
                                                                Improvement Projects Completed for FY 2007/2008

                                                                                                                                                            MCE          OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR
     Area: LLAD's                                                                                                                                           CITY         COMPLETED WORK

                                                                                                                                                                                               PRIORITY
                                                                                                      PROBLEM/                                                                                 OR DATE
     LLAD # LOCATION                        SPECIFIC LOCATION ITEM                                   DEFICIENCY         PROPOSED SOLUTION                   QTY UNITS     ITEMS        WHO    COMPLETE
     94-1 BLACKHAWK/SUMMERSET
      DO   Rosebrook                        E/S                      Shrubs                   Bare areas & weak         Replant shrubs and trees             1000 EA     1 gallon      MCE      Medium
           Central(F'view -end)             S/Side                   Shrubs                   Old, ugly                 Replant w/ Viburnum, Jasmine         1000 EA     1 gallon      MCE      May-06
           Central(F'view -end)             S/Side                   Bedding                  Bare spots                Install jet mulch                     75   Yds   Jet mulch     MCE      May-06
      DO   Central(F'view -end)             At Rosebrook             Trees                    Missing                   Add m.trunk Brazilian Pepper          1    EA    15 gallon     MCE       High
           Central(F'view -end)             Medians w/o              Trees                    Plums struggling          Remove two on ends,                   2    EA                  MCE      May-06
                                            Apple Hilll entry                                                           no replant
           Entire District                                           Irrigation               Controllers not centralized Replace w/ Rainmaster               4    EA    Labor         MCE      Dec-06
      DO   Fairview s/o Balfour             All                      Irrigation               Hit heads - poor operation Replace w/Toro or Rainbird          500   EA    6" heads      MCE     Ongoing
      DO   Fairview s/o Balfour             E/S Bedding              Shrubs & Trees           Dead                      Replant shrubs                        50   EA    5 gallon      MCE    DO 07/08 FY
                                                                                                                        Replant trees                         10   EA    15 gallon     MCE       High
     95-2 HAWTHORN LANDING / CALIFORNIA ORCHARD
           Crystal Garden                   Bedding, Turf            Grondcover, Irrigation   Dead, weak coverage       Remove dead, upgrade irr              1    LS    Renovate      MCE      Aug-06
      DO   Crystal Garden                   Bedding                  Groundcover              Some bare areas           Infill Cotoneaster                   100   EA    1 gallon      MCE    DO 07/08 FY
           Along trail                                               Fence                    Poor shape                Replace w/ concrete rail             595   LF    Conc. Fence   City      Low
           Per Ken 2007                                                                       French Drain                                                                             City
      DO   Arbor Ct                         Bedding                  Groundcover              Some bare areas           Infill Cotoneaster                    50   EA    1 gallon       MCE   DO 07/08 FY
           Balfour                          Frontage                 Groundcover & Shrubs     Performing poorly, old    New Plantings                         1    LS    Renovate      RGMP     Medium
                                                                                              Some perfromed poorly.    Replant w/Viburnum(20) and
           Griffith/Balfour to Continente                            Shrubs                   Infill.                   Oleander(20).                         40   EA    5 gallon      MCE      Apr-06
     95-5 CALIFORNIA SPIRIT / CALIFORNIA GLORY / BELVEDERE
           Walnut Blvd                      Entry Signs              Shrubs                   Missing Abelia            Replace                               20   EA    5 gallon      MCE      Jun-06
           Rockwell                         Traffic Circle           Shrubs                   Failed Manzanita          Replace w/ Rhaphiolepis              100   EA    5 gallon      MCE      Jun-06
           Carnegie                         Median                   Shrubs                   Too large                 Replace w/ Rhaphiolepis              100   EA    5 gallon      MCE      Nov-06
                                                                                                                        Infill w/ Daylily, Society Garlic    100   EA    1 gallon      MCE      Nov-06
           Walnut Blvd                      South median tip         Groundcover              Bare                      Plant Lantana, Daffodils              40   EA    1 gallon      MCE      Aug-06
           Carey Lane                       W/S ROW                  Curb strip               Bare                      Add Gold Fines                        1    LS                  MCE      Aug-06
     DONE Armstrong Rd.                     N/S Walnut to Wright     Shrubs, irrigation       Old, weak, overgrown      Complete renovation                   1    LS                  MCE      Mar-08
     95-6 GERRY LANDING
           Stonewood Drive                                           Shrubs                   Some missing              Replant w/Dwarf Oleander              10   EA    5 gallon      MCE      Mar-07
           Stonewood Drive                                           Beds/Mulch               No mulch                  Add mulch                             5    Yds   Jet mulch     MCE      Mar-07




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           Orchid                                                    Groundcover              Missing Cotoneaster       Infill w/ Cotoneaster                 30   EA    1 gallon      MCE      Mar-07
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           Orchid                                                    Rail Fence               Not completely painted    Finish Painting                       1    LS    Mat'ls,vol    City      High
                                                                 City of Brentwood / MCE Corp.
                                                         Improvement Projects Completed for FY 2007/2008
                                                                                                                                                   MCE          OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR
     Area: LLAD's                                                                                                                                  CITY         COMPLETED WORK

                                                                                                                                                                                    PRIORITY
                                                                                              PROBLEM/                                                                              OR DATE
     LLAD # LOCATION                   SPECIFIC LOCATION ITEM                                DEFICIENCY            PROPOSED SOLUTION               QTY UNITS     ITEMS      WHO    COMPLETE

           Creek Area                                         Shrubs                   Missing plants              Replant-Low Priority             100   EA    1 gallon    MCE      Mar-07
           Creek Area                                         Trees                    Missing                     Replant -Low Priority             10   EA    15 gallon   MCE      Mar-07
                                                              Mulch                    Lack of mulch               Mulch from WCA trimmings         200   YDS   Labor       MCE      Mar-07
     95-7 GREYSTONE
           San Jose                    North Side             Groundcover/Shrubs       Some missing, bare spots Add shrubs as needed                 50   EA    5 gallon    MCE      May-06
      DO   Linden x Sand Creek         Corner                 Groundcover              Gazania died out            Replace w/ Rhaphiolepis           25   EA    5 gallon    MCE      Warranty
      DO   At Sutter Creek Way                                Groundcover              Manzanita not doing well.   Replace w/Mauve Clusters          40   EA    1 gallon    MCE       High

      DO   San Jose                    North Side             Groundcover/Shrubs       Some missing, bare spots Add shrubs as needed                 50   EA    5 gallon    MCE       High
           Replace Sod, groundcover, and a tree on San Jose                                                                                                                           Oct-06
     95-8 GARIN RANCH
           Garin Parkway                                      Trees                    Missing Ash                 Replace                           2    EA    15 gallon   WCA       High
           Garin Parkway               Parking Strip          Trees                    Crabapples stressed         Remove Crabapples                 1    LS    Removals    MCE       Apr-06
           Redhaven                                           Trees                    Missing Ash                 Replace Ash                       1    EA    15 gallon   RGMP      High
           Redhaven                    Entry                  Shrubs                   Bare areas                  Add Hemerocallis                  24   EA    1 gallon    RGMP      High
           Redhaven                    Soundwalls             Shrubs                   Nandina doing poorly        Remove and replant w/             52   EA    1 gallon    RGMP      High
                                                                                                                   Xylosma, 35(n/s)&17(s/s)
           Redhaven                    Entry                  Shrubs                   Rhaphiolepis doing poorly Remove and replace with             80   EA    1 gallon    RGMP      High
                                                                                                                   Cotoneaster. 40 per side
           Redhaven                    All                    Beds/Mulch               Lack of mulch               Install Gorilla Hair Mulch        30   YDS   Mulch       RGMP      High
                                                                                       Clocks are old and not
           Balfour, Garin Pkwy         All                    Irrigation               reliable                    Replace with Evolutions           6    EA    Labor       MCE      Dec-06
           Replant shrubs and groundcover at Garin & Madera                                                                                                                          Nov-06
     97-1 SHADOW LAKES
           Balfour Rd                  North Side             Shrubs                   Missing                     Replace w/ grasses, etc.         1500 EA     1 gallon    MCE      Mar-06
                                                                                                                   Replace w/ Jasmine, Vinca and
           Country Club                E. Country Club        Shrubs and groundcover   Weak, unsightly             Carpet Rose                      1000 EA     1 gallon    MCE      Dec-06
                                                                                                                   Replace w/ Jasmine, Vinca and
      DO   Country Club                W. Country Club        Shrubs and groundcover   Weak, unsightly             Carpet Rose                      2000 EA     1 gallon    MCE       High
           Balfour Rd                  e/s Country Club       Turf                     Gopher damage               Resod w/ Dw. Fescue               30   SF    Sod         MCE       Oct-05
           Presidio Dr.                GC Frontage            Unimproved frontage      Plants, irr.                Install irr, plants               1    LS                MCE       Oct-06
           Presidio Water Tank         Perimeters             Upgrades                 Plants, irr.                Install irr, plants               1    LS                MCE       Oct-06
      DO   Balfour Rd.                 Median                 Shrubs                   Missing                     Replant                          200   EA    5 gallon    MCE       High
      DO   Balfour Rd.                 N/S ROW                Shrubs                   Missing                     Replant                          300   EA    1 gallon    MCE       High
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                                                                    City of Brentwood / MCE Corp.
                                                            Improvement Projects Completed for FY 2007/2008
                                                                                                                                                                 MCE          OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR
     Area: LLAD's                                                                                                                                                CITY         COMPLETED WORK

                                                                                                                                                                                                   PRIORITY
                                                                                                              PROBLEM/                                                                             OR DATE
     LLAD # LOCATION                       SPECIFIC LOCATION ITEM                                            DEFICIENCY           PROPOSED SOLUTION              QTY UNITS     ITEMS      WHO     COMPLETE

     98-3 SOLANA
             Summerwood                    Median                     Groundcover                      Missing                    Replace w/ Gazanias             100   EA    1 gallon    MCE       Apr-06
             Summerwood                    N & S sides                Trees                            Crape Myrtles struggling   Replace w/ New Trees             6    EA    24" Box     MCE       Dec-06
      DO     Summerwood                    N & S sides                Groundcover                      Failure to thrive          Replace w/ shrubs               300   EA    1 gallon    MCE        High
     98-4 BIRCHWOOD
      DO     Chestnut                      Landscape at               Shrubs                           Missing, weak              Replace w/ Rhaphiolepis,         40   EA    5 gallon    MCE      Ongoing
                                           large lawn area                                                                        Viburnum
      DO     Chestnut                      Breezeway & soundwall      Shrubs                           Missing, weak              Replace w/ Rhapiolepis           20   EA    5 gallon    MCE      Ongoing
     98-5 ARROYO SECO
             Lone Tree Wy                  S/S Lone Tree              Shrubs                           Shrubs missing             Replace w/ Dw. Oleander          25   EA    5 gallon    MCE       Oct-06
     99-3 LYON GROVE
             Minnesota Trail               Cul-de-sacs                Access (Check w/ Ken D.)         Too much access            Limit access w/3' chain link     75   LF    Fence       Pulte     Medium
             Dawnview                      Median w/o                 Shrubs/Groundcover               Irrigation failure         Replant shrubs                   25   EA    5 gallon    MCE       Nov-06
                                           Sunflower                                                                              Replant Hypericum                10   EA    Flats
             Yardley Place                 EVA                        Turf cells                       Turf failure               Replace w/ Gold Fines            1    LS                MCE       Aug-06
             Lyon's Grove                  Medians                    Crape Myrtle                     Failure to thrive          Replace w/ Red maple             80   EA    15 gallon   WCA        High
             Sand Creek Rd.                N&S ROW                    Trees, shrubs                    Too few                    Trees                            60   EA    15 gallon   WCA        High
      Done   Sand Creek Rd.                N&S ROW                    Trees, shrubs                    Too few                    Shrubs                          400   EA    5 gallon    MCE        High
      DO     Silverton                     Medians                    Trees                            Failure to thrive          Replace w/ Pyrus                 30   EA    15 gallon   MCE        High
      Done   Silverton                     Medians                    Shrubs                           Missing Nandina            Replace w/ juniper              100   EA    1 gallon    MCE        High
             Drain installation along the Sandcreek soundwall, south side, from the railroad tracks to Minnesota                                                                                    Jul-06
     99-4 BOSK AVENUE
             Bosk Ave                                                 Trees                            Pear not doing well        Replace Pear                     1    EA    15 gallon   MCE        High
             Bosk Ave                                                 Beds/Mulch                       Light in some areas        Add mulch                        10   YDS   Labor       MCE        High
             Gazebo                                                   Additional Damage                                                                                                   City       High
     99-5 DEER RIDGE
      DO     Balfour Rd                    E & W of Foothill          Shrubs                           Failed Lavatera, Acacia    Replace w/ Rhapiolepis,         100   EA    5 gallon    MCE        High
             PROJECT PLACED ON HOLD BY COB DUE TO BUDGET CRUNCH                                        needs replaced             Westringia, Grasses             250   EA    1 gallon    MCE        High
             Foothill Rd           Median at Chapparral Trees                                          Missing Crape Myrtles      Replace w/ 'Tuscarora'           2    EA    15 gallon   MCE       Nov-06
      DO     Foothill Rd                   at Eagle Ridge             Tree                             Failed Ginkgo              Replant Ginkgo                   1    EA    15 gallon   MCE        High
     99-7 BRENTWOOD HILLS
             St. Regis                     Curb strips                Groundcover                      Missing Star Jasmine       Replant                         200   EA    1 gallon    MCE       Oct-06
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             Open Space                    Above Hwy 4                Trees                            Dead trees                 Red Oak                          10   EA    15 gallon   MCE       Oct-06
                                                                 City of Brentwood / MCE Corp.
                                                         Improvement Projects Completed for FY 2007/2008
                                                                                                                                                  MCE         OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR
     Area: LLAD's                                                                                                                                 CITY        COMPLETED WORK

                                                                                                                                                                                     PRIORITY
                                                                                                  PROBLEM/                                                                           OR DATE
     LLAD # LOCATION                    SPECIFIC LOCATION ITEM                                   DEFICIENCY            PROPOSED SOLUTION          QTY UNITS        ITEMS      WHO   COMPLETE

                                        Bypass                                                                         Albezzia                     10   EA   15 gallon       MCE     Oct-06
                                                                                                                       Crape Myrtle                 10   EA   15 gallon       MCE     Oct-06
      DO   Altessa Ct.                  Traffic Circle              Trees                  Failure to thrive           Replace w/ Maple             3    EA   24" Box         MCE      High
     99-8 PROVIDENCE
           Balfour                      S/S ROW                     Groundcover            Sections of hypericum       Remove 500 SF, ammend        10   EA   Flats           MCE     Mar-06
                                                                                           not growing                 soil and replant
           Sellers                      Bedding                     Shrubs                 Lavender dead               Replace w/ Rhapiolepis      100   EA   1 gallon        MCE     Oct-06
           Sellers                      Turf, bedding               Trees                  Struggling, dead            Replace                      15   EA   15 gallon       MCE     Sep-06
           Balfour                      Medians                     Shrubs & groundcover   Xylosma too large           Replace w/ Rhapiolepis       50   EA   5 gallon        MCE     Aug-06
      DO                                                                                   Scaevola failed             Replace w/ Coprosma          50   EA   1 gallon        MCE      High
           Sellers                      Turf                        Tree stumps            Need removed                Sod over                     20   SF   Rolls           MCE     May-06
           Balfour                      S/S ROW                     Groundcover            Sections of hypericum       Replant Hypericum            5    EA   Flats           MCE     May-06
     99-9 RICHMOND AMERICA
           San Jose, Fairview           Curb strips                 Groundcover            Failed , struggling         Replace w/ Vinca minor      200   EA   1 gallon        MCE     Apr-06
           Fairview                     E & W sides                 Groundcover            Failing Manzanita           Replace w/ Coprosma         250   EA   1 gallon        MCE     Mar-07
           Buena Vista                  At Fairview                 Trees                  Broken Maple                Replace w/ Trident Maple     1    EA   15 gallon       MCE     Nov-05
           Fairview                     Median                      Trees                  Failed Pyrus                Replace w/ 'Clevelandii'     1    EA   15 gallon       WCA     Oct-06
     00-3 CALIFORNIA HARVEST
           Continente                   West of Walnut              Shrubs                 Missing plants in curb strip Replace w/ Daylilys        400   EA        1 gallon   MCE     Feb-07
           Continente                   West of Walnut              Trees                  Failed, damaged             Replace w/ 'Aristocrat'      3    EA        24" Box    WCA      High
     00-4 BRENTWOOD PARK
           O'Hara Trail                 Open Space                  Trees                  Dead Pines                  Replant w/ Canary Island     4    EA   15 gallon       MCE      High
           O'Hara                       In Turf                     Trees                  Missing Crape Myrtle        Replace w/ 'Tuscarora'       1    EA   15 gallon       MCE      High
      DO   O'Hara                       Bedding                     Shrubs                 Failed Society Garlic       Replant                      40   EA   1 gallon        MCE     Medium
      DO   O'Hara Trail                 Open Space                  Bedding                Site improvement            irrigation upgrades          1    LS                   MCE     Medium
      DO   O'Hara Trail                 Open Space                  Shrubs                 Add                         Native species              300   EA   5 gallon        MCE     Medium
     02-4 MONTE VERDE
      DO   Shady Willow                 N of entry                  Groundcover            Failed Scaevola             Replant                      10   EA   1 gallon        MCE     Medium
           Los Montanos                 Breezeway                   Cars driving on path   Needs bollards              Install bollards             2    EA   4'              MCE     Oct-06
     02-5 BRENTWOOD BOULEVARD
           Replant one Crape Myrtle Tree in median- Oct 2006 bill                                                                                                                     Oct-06
     02-7 AIG BAKER
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           Sand Creek Rd                Median                      Groundcover            Failed Scaevola             Replant w/ Daylilys          25   EA   1 gallon        MCE     Oct-06
                                                                 City of Brentwood / MCE Corp.
                                                         Improvement Projects Completed for FY 2007/2008
                                                                                                                                          MCE           OUTSIDE CONTRACTOR
     Area: LLAD's                                                                                                                         CITY          COMPLETED WORK

                                                                                                                                                                          PRIORITY
                                                                                              PROBLEM/                                                                    OR DATE
     LLAD # LOCATION                    SPECIFIC LOCATION ITEM                               DEFICIENCY        PROPOSED SOLUTION          QTY UNITS      ITEMS     WHO   COMPLETE

     02-9 WALGREEN'S TRAFFIC CIRCLE
      DO   Hudson Dr.                   Traffic Circle            Headerboard          Has popped out of ground Reset/Replace              100    LF    2x4        MCE        High
     02-12 SUNSET INDUSTRIAL
      DO   Sunset Rd.                   E/O Elkins Way            Shrubs               Line of sight           Remove Rosemary, replant     100 EA      5 gallon   MCE        High
      DO   Sunset Rd.                   E & W ROW                 Groundcover          failure                 Replace gazania              200 EA      1 gallon   MCE        High
      DO   Elkins Way                   Median                    Trees                failure                 Replace Crape Myrtle              3 EA   24" Box    MCE        High
           Irrgiation Trouble shoot and repair damage caused by contractor-per Roger                                                                                         Aug-06
           HFW Bedding & Mulch                                                                                                                                               Aug-06
           Sunset Road Frontage Turf Prep                                                                                                                                    Jul-06
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Section II


                                                       Parks and Trails Improvements - Fund 352
                                                                Summary of Proposed Improvements
                                                                    Fiscal Years 2007/08 - 2011/12


 Page      Project #                         Project                     Prior           07-08           08-09           09-10           10-11           11-12           Total Cost

     135    52401      Agricultural Park and History Center          $   1,080,000   $     232,000   $       5,000   $      5,000    $       5,000   $          -    $      1,327,000
     137    52300      Aquatic Complex / Concession                         20,000         487,500               -              -                -              -             507,500
     139               Aquatic Complex Improvements                              -          50,000          20,000              -                -              -              70,000
     141               BUSD Joint Use Community Gymnasium                        -       1,500,000               -              -                -              -           1,500,000
     143    52260      City Park Redesign                                  401,734               -               -        800,000        1,200,000              -           2,401,734
     145    52220      Community Beautification                          1,148,868         115,000         115,000        115,000          110,000        110,000           1,713,868
     147    52170      Creek Habitat Enhancement                            15,775               -       1,273,250         99,250           99,250         99,250           1,586,775
     149    52230      Empire Avenue Elementary School / Park              197,726               -         745,396              -                -              -             943,122
     151    52330      Farmer Statue                                        58,000          22,180               -              -                -              -              80,180
     153    52310      Irrigation Computerized Control System              315,440          50,000          25,000              -                -              -             390,440
     155    52340      John Marsh Home Rehabilitation                      245,000         984,839         754,000        314,724                -              -           2,298,563
     157               King Park Public Art                                      -          45,000               -              -                -              -              45,000
     159               McClarren Park Improvements                               -         125,000         500,000        500,000                -              -           1,125,000
     161    52400      Park Improvements                                         -          50,000          50,000         50,000           50,000        250,000             450,000
     163               Parks Play Equipment Replacement                          -         461,500         221,000        196,000          431,500        552,500           1,862,500
     165    52030      Sand Creek Park                                   1,017,841               -          41,200        243,480        3,202,628              -           4,505,149
     167    52200      Sand Creek Soccer Complex                            17,257               -       1,131,240              -                -              -           1,148,497
     169    52280      Senior Adult Education Center                       302,354       6,000,000               -              -                -              -           6,302,354
     171               Soundwall Public Art                                      -          30,000               -              -                -              -              30,000
     173               Summerset Park                                      400,000         200,000       2,000,000              -                -              -           2,600,000




                       Sub-Total                                     $   5,219,995   $ 10,353,019    $   6,881,086   $   2,323,454   $   5,098,378   $   1,011,750   $     30,887,682




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           Parks and Trails Improvements
Section II


                                                          Parks and Trails Improvements - Fund 352
                                                                Summary of Proposed Improvements
                                                                    Fiscal Years 2007/08 - 2011/12


 Page      Project #                            Project                   Prior           07-08           08-09           09-10           10-11           11-12           Total Cost

     175    52010      Sunset Park Master Plan and Expansion         $    9,656,548   $    811,671    $          -    $          -    $          -    $          -    $     10,468,219
     177               Trail Improvements                                         -         64,300          64,300          64,300          64,300          64,300             321,500
     179    52120      Trails Project                                       126,422        660,750         586,750         602,000         250,000         450,000           2,675,922
     181    52320      Tree Reforestation                                   195,000         50,000          50,000          50,000          50,000          50,000             445,000
     183    52380      Veterans Park Element - Phase I and II                45,500              -         154,000               -               -               -             199,500
     185    52350      Veterans Park Public Art                              23,350          1,650               -               -               -               -              25,000
     187               Windsor Way Park Expansion                                 -              -         123,725               -               -               -             123,725




                       Sub-Total                                         10,046,820       1,588,371        978,775         716,300         364,300         564,300          14,258,866

                       TOTAL                                         $ 15,266,815     $ 11,941,390    $   7,859,861   $   3,039,754   $   5,462,678   $   1,576,050   $     45,146,548
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              Parks and Trails Improvements
                                                 Current Parks and Trails Improvements
 Project                            Current                Project         Estimated            Estimated                                Funding
 Number                             Projects               Phase         Completion Date       Project Cost                              Sources
     52401   Agricultural Park and History Center         New Project         2011         $          1,327,000   Development Contributions, Agriculture Land, Unfunded
     52300   Aquatic Complex / Concession                 Construction        2008                      507,500   Facility Fees
             Aquatic Complex Improvements                 Construction        2008                       70,000   Facilities Replacement Fund
             BUSD Joint Use Community Gymnasium           Construction        2007                    1,500,000   Community Facilities District
     52260   City Park Redesign                             Design            2010                    2,401,734   General Fund, Facility Fees, Federal/State Funding
     52220   Community Beautification                     Construction        2012                    1,713,868   Facility Fees, Assessment District
     52170   Creek Habitat Enhancement                      Design            2012                    1,586,775   Facility Fees, Federal/State Funding, Unfunded
     52230   Empire Avenue Elementary School / Park         Design            2009                      943,122   Facility Fees
     52330   Farmer Statue                                Construction        2007                       80,180   Public Art Program, Arts Commission
     52310   Irrigation Computerized Control System       Construction        2008                      390,440   Enterprise
     52340   John Marsh Home Rehabilitation                 Design            2010                    2,298,563   Federal/State Funding, Development Contributions, Unfunded
             King Park Public Art                         New Project         2008                       45,000   Public Art Program
             McClarren Park Improvements                  New Project         2010                    1,125,000   Parks and LLD Replacement, Unfunded
     52400   Park Improvements                            Construction        2015                      450,000   Unfunded
             Parks Play Equipment Replacement             New Project         2015                    1,862,500   Unfunded
     52030   Sand Creek Park                                Design            2011                    4,505,149   Facility Fees, Unfunded
     52200   Sand Creek Soccer Complex                      Design            2009                    1,148,497   Facility Fees, Development Contributions, Unfunded
     52280   Brentwood Senior Activity Center             Construction        2008                    6,302,354   Facility Fees, Community Facilities District
             Soundwall Public Art                         New Project         2008                       30,000   Public Art Program
             Summerset Park                                 Design            2009                    2,600,000   Facility Fees, Development Contributions
     52010   Sunset Park Master Plan and Expansion        Construction        2006                   10,468,219   Facility Fees, Federal/State Funding
             Trail Improvements                           New Project         2012                      321,500   Unfunded
     52120   Trails Project                               Construction        2011                    2,675,922   Facility Fees, Fed/State, Dev Contributions, Unfunded
     52320   Tree Reforestation                           Construction        2012                      445,000   General Fund, Facilities / Parks and LLD Replacement
     52380   Veterans Park Element - Phase I and II       Construction        2008                      199,500   Facility Fees, Unfunded
     52350   Veterans Park Public Art                     Construction        2007                       25,000   Public Art Program, Arts Commission




TOTAL PROJECT COSTS                                                                        $        45,022,823
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                Parks and Trails Improvements
                                               Parks and Trails Improvements Summary

                                                                              PROJECT FINANCING
Project Expenditures                       Prior                 07-08            08-09                09-10                10-11            11-12               TOTAL
      Legal                                         44,513           20,000               20,000               15,000                -                   - $          99,513
      Planning and Design                       1,315,111         1,063,800           307,389              353,480              95,000          115,000      $      3,249,780
      Construction                             11,093,364        10,821,090         6,910,687            2,626,024           4,966,081         1,414,300     $     37,831,546
      Project Administration                        46,675           36,500           160,685                   7,250          363,597               8,750   $       623,457
    Land/ROW/Acquisitions                       2,767,152                 -           461,100               38,000              38,000            38,000     $      3,342,252
TOTAL                              $           15,266,815    $   11,941,390 $       7,859,861      $     3,039,754      $    5,462,678   $     1,576,050     $     45,146,548



Project Expenditures                       Prior                 07-08            08-09                09-10                10-11            11-12               TOTAL
      General Fund                                  65,000           40,000               40,000           840,000           1,240,000           40,000      $      2,265,000
      Facility Fees                            12,073,547         1,793,867         3,060,396              315,000             210,000          210,000      $     17,662,810
      Enterprise                                   315,440           50,000               25,000                    -                -                   - $         390,440
      Federal/State Funding                        439,736          703,710         1,383,379                       -                -                   - $        2,526,825
      Development Contributions                    690,000          543,129         1,423,871                       -                -                   - $        2,657,000
      Redevelopment                                      -                -                    -                    -                -                   - $                -
    Other                                       1,683,092         8,810,684         1,927,215            1,884,754           4,012,678         1,326,050     $     19,644,473
TOTAL                              $           15,266,815    $   11,941,390   $     7,859,861      $     3,039,754      $    5,462,678   $     1,576,050     $     45,146,548
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               Parks and Trails Improvements
                                                                                     3G
                    Quality Assurance Inspection Log
                    Parks General Ratings Summary
                          July 1, 2007 thru June 30, 2008

1 = Item Meets Standard     2 = Item Needs Improvement          3 = Item is Unsatisfactory


                           PARK NAME             AVERAGE RATING
                  Almond Park                            1.36
                  Anastasia Park                         1.27
                  Apple Hill Park                        1.14
                  Apricot Park                           1.11
                  Aquatic Complex                        1.26
                  Arbor View Park                        1.29
                  Balfour-Guthrie Park                   1.16
                  Berkshire Park                         1.10
                  Black Gold Park                        1.17
                  Buena Vista Park                       1.50
                  Caboose Park                           1.00
                  Celeste Park                           1.08
                  Cherry Park                            1.08
                  City Park                              1.46
                  Creekside Park                         1.29
                  Curtis Tot Lot                         1.18
                  Downtown                               1.10
                  Fruitwood Park                         1.17
                  Garin Park                             1.17
                  Gemini Park                            1.08
                  Glory Park                             1.17
                  Granville Green                        1.08
                  Heron Park                             1.25
                  Homecoming Park                        1.08
                  Kaleidoscope Park                      1.25
                  King Park                              1.33
                  Lake Park                              1.17
                  Loma Vista Park                        1.36
                  Marsh Creek Staging Area               1.25
                  Marsh Creek Vista Park                 1.11
                  McClarren Park                         1.20
                  Medallion Park                         1.09
                  Miwok Park                             1.27
                  Oak Meadow Park                        1.35
                  Orchard Park                           1.27
                  Peach Park                             1.33
                  Rainbows End Park                      1.17
                  Rolling Hills Park                     1.38

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1 = Item Meets Standard     2 = Item Needs Improvement          3 = Item is Unsatisfactory



                           PARK NAME             AVERAGE RATING
                  Rose Garden Park                       1.27
                  Sage Glen Park                         1.09
                  San Marino Park                        1.33
                  Seedling Park                          1.17
                  Spirit Park                            1.17
                  Steeplechase Park                      1.10
                  Stonehaven Park                        1.09
                  Summerwood Park                        1.27
                  Sunset Park Athletic Complex           1.24
                  Veterans Park                          1.25
                  Walnut Park                            1.25
                  Wheatfield Park                        1.08
                  Windsor Way Park                       1.08
                  Yokut Park                             1.17




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                                                                                    3H
                  Quality Assurance Inspection Log
             Streetscape Areas General Ratings Summary
                          July 1, 2007 thru June 30, 2008

1 = Item Meets Standard     2 = Item Needs Improvement      3 = Item is Unsatisfactory

                          AREA NAME                      AVERAGE RATING
         1ST/CHESTNUT PARKING LOT                             1.20
         BALFOUR COURTS                                       1.40
         BALFOUR ROAD – AQUATICS COMPLEX                      1.00
         BRENTWOOD BLVD                                       1.83
         BRENTWOOD BLVD NEXT TO SAND CREEK ROAD               1.00
         BRENTWOOD BLVD PARKING LOT                           1.29
         FAIRVIEW (GLADSTONE - BALDWIN)                       1.00
         FAIRVIEW MEDIANS (BALFOUR - N/O CENTRAL)
         LLAD 00-2 SUBD. 6665                                 1.38
         LLAD 00-3                                            1.33
         LLAD 00-3 SUBD. 8199 INCLUDING FOUNTAIN              1.17
         LLAD 00-3 SUBD. 8199 INCLUDING FOUNTAIN              1.42
         LLAD 00-3 SUBD. 8200                                 1.50
         LLAD 00-4 SUBD. 8226                                 1.67
         LLAD 00-4 SUBD. 8226, 8402                           1.50
         LLAD 00-4 SUBD. 8402                                 1.00
         LLAD 02-12 ELKINS WAY                                1.29
         LLAD 02-13 SUBD. 8661                                1.38
         LLAD 02-2                                            3.00
         LLAD 02-2 SUBD. 8424                                 1.00
         LLAD 02-3                                            1.57
         LLAD 02-3 SUBD. 8469                                 1.25
         LLAD 02-4 SUBD. 8421                                 1.38
         LLAD 02-5 DR 99-16                                   1.07
         LLAD 02-6 SUBD. 8550/8517                            1.00
         LLAD 02-7 (AIG BAKER)                                1.14
         LLAD 02-9 WALGREEN'S TRAFFIC CIRCLE                  1.27
         LLAD 03-2                                            1.43
         LLAD 03-2 SUBD. 8546                                 2.00
         LLAD 03-3 SUBD. 8722                                 1.29
         LLAD 94-1 NORTH                                      1.61
         LLAD 94-1 SOUTH                                      1.71
         LLAD 94-1 SUBD. 7939                                 1.18
         LLAD 94-1 SUBD. 8084                                 1.20
         LLAD 94-1 WEST SUBD. 7940                            1.55
         LLAD 95-2 SUBD. 7369                                 2.00
         LLAD 95-2 SUBD. 8066, 8242, 7369                     1.20
         LLAD 95-2 SUBD. 8066, 8242, 8371                     1.80
         LLAD 95-2 SUBD. 8371                                 1.12

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1 = Item Meets Standard     2 = Item Needs Improvement      3 = Item is Unsatisfactory

                          AREA NAME                      AVERAGE RATING
        LLAD 95-2 SUBD. 8371                                  1.00
        LLAD 95-5 SUBD. 7736 & 7802                           1.11
        LLAD 95-5 SUBD. 7736, 7802, 8411                      1.19
        LLAD 95-5 SUBD. 8383                                  1.50
        LLAD 95-5 SUBD. 8411                                  1.31
        LLAD 95-6                                             1.29
        LLAD 95-7                                             1.53
        LLAD 95-7 SUBD. 7950                                  1.55
        LLAD 95-7 SUBD. 8011, 8368                            1.43
        LLAD 95-8                                             1.32
        LLAD 95-8 SUBD. 8221                                  1.44
        LLAD 97-1                                             1.86
        LLAD 97-1 SUBD.
        LLAD 97-1 SUBD. 8063, 8209, 8323, 7705                1.33
        LLAD 97-1 SUBD. 7705                                  1.75
        LLAD 97-1 SUBD. 7705,                                 1.00
        LLAD 97-1 SUBD. 7705, 8063, 8209                      1.29
        LLAD 97-1 SUBD. 7705, 8063, 8209, 8323                1.00
        LLAD 98-3 SUBD. 6811                                  1.56
        LLAD 98-4 SUBD. 8048                                  1.31
        LLAD 98-5 SUBD. 7476                                  1.44
        LLAD 99-3                                             1.71
        LLAD 99-3 SUBD. 8055/8176                             1.50
        LLAD 99-3 SUBD. 8172/8195 8146                        1.20
        LLAD 99-3 SUBD. 8178                                  1.22
        LLAD 99-3 SUBD. 8197                                  1.17
        LLAD 99-3 SUBD. 8395                                  1.00
        LLAD 99-3 SUBD. 8453                                  1.33
        LLAD 99-3 SUBD. 8460                                  1.43
        LLAD 99-4 SUBD. 8046                                  1.32
        LLAD 99-5 SUBD. 7690                                  1.38
        LLAD 99-5 SUBD. 8310                                  1.26
        LLAD 99-6 SUBD. 7975                                  1.22
        LLAD 99-7 SUBD. 7882                                  1.42
        LLAD 99-8                                             1.29
        LLAD 99-8 SUBD. 7844                                  1.45
        LLAD 99-8 SUBD. 8180                                  1.14
        LLAD 99-9                                             1.43
        LLAD 99-9 SUBD. 8170                                  1.33
        LLAD 99-9 SUBD. 8369                                  1.38
        MARSH CREEK TRAIL                                     1.00
        MARSH CREEK TRAILHEAD                                 1.38
        MCCLARREN                                             1.12

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1 = Item Meets Standard    2 = Item Needs Improvement      3 = Item is Unsatisfactory


                      AREA NAME                   AVERAGE RATING
        MINNESOTA - VARIOUS LOCATIONS                   1.00
        MUNICIPAL PARKING LOT                           1.60
        None                                            2.00
        O'HARA MEDIANS                                  1.17
        OUTRIGGER                                       1.48
        PEACHWILLOW                                     2.00
        POLICE DEPT.                                    1.19
        POLICE STATION GROUNDS                          1.00
        PROVIDENCE (OFF SELLERS)                        1.40
        R - APPLEWOOD COMMONS                           1.11
        R - ARLINGTON                                   1.22
        R - BALFOUR (F'VIEW - CONCORD N/S)              1.00
        R - BALFOUR (F'VIEW - CONCORD S/S)              1.21
        R - BALFOUR RD                                  1.14
        R - BALFOUR ROAD                                1.50
        R - BALFOUR ROAD (E/O HWY 4 - FAIRVIEW)         1.08
        R - BLUE SAGE COURT                             1.00
        R - CENTRAL & ADJACENT AREAS                    1.35
        R - CITY HALL                                   1.17
        R - CITY PARKING LOTS                           1.22
        R - CLAREMONT COURT                             1.52
        R - CLEARVIEW                                   1.26
        R - CONTINENTE                                  1.47
        R - CRESCENT                                    1.36
        R - DAINTY                                      1.11
        R - DOWNTOWN                                    1.18
        R - FLAGSTONE COURT                             1.12
        R - GRANT STREET                                1.39
        R - GRIFFITH                                    1.17
        R - HAVENWOOD                                   1.35
        R - HWY 4 E/S APPLEWOOD - HAVENWOOD             1.64
        R - HWY 4 ENTRY SIGN                            1.80
        R - HWY 4 ENTRY SIGN AT N/END                   1.33
        R - IRONWOOD TRAIL                              1.30
        R - MCCLARREN                                   1.00
        R - MINNESOTA                                   1.29
        R - MISC SMALL COURTS                           1.00
        R - POLICE DEPT.                                1.00
        R - SAN JOSE                                    1.33
        R - SAND CREEK                                   1.5
        R - SAND CREEK TRAIL                            1.00
        R - SPINNAKER RIDGE                             1.14


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AREA NAME                   AVERAGE RATING
R - WELL # 3                     1.33
R - WOMEN'S CLUB                 1.50
SAN JOSE                         1.58
SAND CREEK MEDIAN @ HWY 4        1.12
SAND CREEK TRAIL                 1.14
SECOND STREET                    1.12
SPINNAKER Ridge                  1.67
SUMMER CIRCLE                    1.17
SUNSET PARK                      2.00
SWEETGRASS                       1.30
SYCAMORE MEDIAN                  1.33
U.S. PRINT LANDSCAPE             1.27
VALLEY GREEN                     1.00
WALNUT                           1.00
WELL #3                          1.31
WHEATFIELD                       1.00
WINDSOR WAY PARK                 1.20
WOMEN'S CLUB                     1.50
Z OVERALL RATING                 1.34




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                                                   3I


BRENTWOOD TREE WORK STATISTICS


               TREE INVENTORY
         RESIDENTIAL LLDS       14,930
         LLDS                   15,095
         PARKS                   3,784
         “R” AREAS               6,464
                     TOTAL      40,273


              TREE WORK BY AREA
      PRUNING                       PLANTING
LLDS          4,014            LLDS          136
“R” AREAS       915            “R” AREAS      70
PARKS           250            PARKS          20
       TOTAL  5,179                   TOTAL  226

                    REMOVALS
                 “R” AREAS
            LLDS &              193




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                    VANDALISM REPORT FOR PARKS IN BRENTWOOD                                                      3J
                    AS REPORTED BY CAGWIN & DORWARD LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS

                                                                                                                 SUB
PARK LOCATION         DATE                                DESCRIPTION                                 COST      TOTAL
Aquatic Complex        9/25/07 Replace vandalized phormium in circular parking lot planter            $149.00
                      11/27/07 Replace vandalized plants in circular parking lot planter              $192.00    $341.00
Arbor View              8/8/07 Replace 7 vandalized irrigation heads along sidewalk                   $553.89
                       11/2/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at Evergreen Court               $121.00    $674.89
Balfour-Guthrie        6/27/07 Replace 13 vandalized irrigation nozzles at basketball court            $80.93
                       6/27/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads throughout park                  $176.29
                       6/27/07 Replace 11 vandalized irrigation heads throughout park                 $586.67
                       7/17/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field                  $156.27
                                                                                     gazebo
                       7/23/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field &                $142.71
                       8/15/07 Replace 9 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                    $690.48
                       8/29/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads in parking lot                   $159.00
                      10/29/07 Replace 13 vandalized irrigation heads in baseball field center        $199.00
                        2/7/08 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                    $265.00   $2,456.35
Berkshire              9/17/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                     $95.00     $95.00
Black Gold              8/7/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation   heads along sidewalk                 $308.10
                       8/17/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation   heads at playground                  $114.00    $422.10
Buena Vista            6/26/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation   head at soccer field                  $96.27
                        3/7/08 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation   heads at soccer field                $265.00    $361.27
Calif Glory            7/12/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head in turf                            $76.44
                       7/24/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                    $107.26
                        8/7/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head along street                       $46.44
                       9/14/07 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation heads at center of park                $141.00
                        3/6/08 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                    $110.00    $481.14
Calif Spirit          12/13/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                     $93.00     $93.00
City Park             10/11/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads in center of park                $273.00
                      11/26/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at Christmas tree area           $151.00    $424.00
Creekside               9/5/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation   heads on Cheshire Court              $270.00
                       9/20/07 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation   heads in baseball field              $192.00
                       2/19/08 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation   heads at playground                  $120.00    $582.00
Creekside Trailhd      2/20/08 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation   heads in turf & along fence at San
                               Marino Park                                                            $336.00    $336.00
Downtown                7/2/07 Replace 6 vandalized irrigation heads on Oak Street                    $251.57
                        8/8/07 Replace vandalized plants in pots on Oak Street                        $318.00
                       8/27/07 Replace vandalized plants in pots &bed on Oak Street                   $356.00
                       9/28/07 Repair vandalized lateral line to pot on Oak &
                                                                            2nd                       $141.00
                        2/1/08 Repair auto damage to lateral line at 2nd &Oak Street                  $202.00   $1,268.57
Garin                  7/17/07 Replace 13 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                   $796.72
                       7/24/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at playground                      $96.27
                       8/16/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at parking lot entry             $444.88
                       8/29/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                    $161.00
                       9/10/07 Repair auto damage to lateral line on Lawrence                          $63.00
                      10/18/07 Replace 6 vandalized heads at playground, Lawrence                     $275.00
                      11/20/07 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation head at playground                     $143.00
Garin                  3/21/08 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at playground &soccer field      $237.00
                        5/5/08 Replace 6 vandalized irrigation heads at parking lot                   $125.00
                       6/10/08 Replace 4 vandalized heads at soccer field sidewalk                    $403.00   $2,744.87
Heron                  8/15/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads along lake                       $235.13
                       8/31/07 Replace 7 vandalized irrigation heads along fence at homes             $236.00
                      11/13/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads in center of park                $124.00    $595.13
Homecoming             9/11/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads at playground                    $171.00    $171.00


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                                                                                                    SUB
PARK LOCATION   DATE                                DESCRIPTION                        COST        TOTAL
Kaleidoscope      9/7/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head in turf area               $49.00      $49.00
Lake              9/5/07 Replace 5 vandalized heads at playground &
                                                                  Lakeview              $176.00
                 10/8/07 Replace 1 vandalized head in parking lot                        $46.00     $222.00
Loma Vista        7/5/07 Replace 6 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field          $577.62
                 8/22/07 Replace 6 vandalized irrigation heads at school blacktop       $556.13
                 9/26/07 Replace 5 vandalized heads at school &soccer field             $331.00    $1,464.75
Marsh Creek      8/20/07 Replace 5 vandalized heads at main entrance                    $321.90     $321.90
Mc Clarren        7/5/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head in turf area               $56.97
                 7/23/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at basketball court        $96.27
                  8/2/07 Replace 10 vandalized irrigation heads (station 4)             $404.40
                 8/16/07 Replace 9 vandalized irrigation heads at end of park           $481.50
                  9/7/07 Replace 4 vandalized head at picnic area/basketball ct         $258.00
                 9/13/07 Replace 10 vandalized irrigation heads at south &east park     $286.00
                 9/13/07 Repair vandalized irrigation wire at playground                $300.00
                 10/9/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at basketball court      $264.00
                11/15/07 Replace 6 vandalized irrigation heads throughout park          $224.00
                 2/19/08 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at picnic tables         $318.00    $2,689.14
Medallion         8/8/07 Replace 4 vandalized heads/11 nozzles at north curb            $627.35     $627.35
Miwok            6/25/07 Replace 16 vandalized irrigation heads at extension shrubs     $725.76
                 6/25/07 Replace 7 vandalized irrigation heads at extension             $305.76
                 6/25/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at extension               $96.27
                 6/25/07 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field A         139.32
                 6/26/07 Replace 7 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field B        $486.85
                  9/7/07 Replace 8 vandalized irrigation heads at extension             $322.00
                 9/27/07 Replace 14 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field        $1,350.00
                 10/3/07 Replace 6 vandalized irrigation heads on north side of park    $226.00
                 11/2/07 Replace 12 vandalized irrigation heads at north extension      $719.00
                 3/13/08 Replace 5 vandalized heads in turf &shrubs at fence            $250.00
                 4/11/08 Replace 2 vandalized irr heads on Cambrian Place               $211.00
                 5/22/08 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at Extension Park          $94.00    $4,925.96
Oak Meadow       7/16/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at bathrooms               $46.44
                  8/9/07 Replace 10 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field A       $373.70
                 8/24/07 Replace 8 vandalized irrigation heads                          $540.00
                 9/13/07 Replace 10 vandalized heads at north,south,west area           $356.00
                 10/1/07 Replace 4 vandalized heads in center of baseball field         $400.00
Oak Meadow      10/16/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads on east side of park     $209.00
                10/30/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads on north side            $179.00
                 2/13/08 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads along back fence         $177.00
                 2/14/08 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation heads in parking lot island    $114.00    $2,395.14
Orchard           9/5/07 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field          $331.00     $331.00
Rose Garden      8/23/07 Replace 8 vandalized irrigation heads near parking lot         $284.88
                  9/5/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at south parking lot       $49.00
                 6/12/08 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head along sidewalk             $33.00     $366.88
Summerwood        7/6/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at soccer field           $131.00
                 7/13/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at soccer field           $108.50
                10/10/07 Replace 9 vandalized heads at playground, east pkg lot         $283.00
                 4/23/08 Replace 20 vandalized tree stakes/ties at playground           $264.00
                 6/20/08 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads at playground            $208.00
                 6/26/08 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field          $253.00    $1,247.50
Sunset           7/26/07 Replace 2 vandalized heads at booster pump/parking lot         $158.74
                 7/30/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads along creek              $227.88
                 7/30/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads between field 2 &
                                                                               3         $92.88
                 7/31/07 Replace 5 vandalized heads along garbage area walk             $276.85

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                                                                                                       SUB
PARK LOCATION   DATE                                DESCRIPTION                          COST         TOTAL
                  8/6/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at baseball field 6          $46.44
                 10/2/07 Replace 1 vandalized head at baseball field 5                    $130.00
                  4/8/08 Repair vandalized valve between baseball field 1 & 2             $123.00
                 4/14/08 Replace 1 auto damaged head in island at baseball field 3         $87.00
                  6/6/08 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads at soccer field A           $68.00
                 6/16/08 Replace 1 vandalized head at path between field 1 & 3             $80.00
                 6/16/08 Replace 1 auto damaged head at path between field 3,4             $61.00
                 6/21/08 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads in south parking lot        $90.00      $1,441.79
Veterans         7/12/07 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation heads at bathrooms               $208.11
                  8/3/07 Replace 7 vandalized irrigation heads at picnic gazebo           $368.79
                 8/14/07 Replace 13 vandalized irrigation heads throughout park           $626.13
                 9/20/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads on south side              $140.00
                 10/3/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head at monument                  $46.00
                10/15/07 Replace 8 vandalized heads on north side at school               $352.00
                10/31/07 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads at playground               $90.00
                 11/1/07 Replace 10 vandalized irrigation heads throughout park           $219.00
                 11/6/07 Replace 27 vandalized irrigation heads throughout park          $1,174.00
                 11/9/07 Replace 3 vandalized irrigation heads along Balfour Rd           $148.00
                12/11/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head in parking lot               $88.00      $3,460.03
Walnut           9/25/07 Replace 4 vandalized irrigation heads on north side              $161.00
                 10/8/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head along residential fence      $49.00        $210.00
Wheatfield        6/3/08 Replace 2 vandalized irrigation heads near basketball court      $108.00        $108.00
Yokut             7/6/07 Replace 5 vandalized irrigation heads along street &
                                                                            fence         $273.21
                 7/13/07 Replace 1 vandalized irrigation head in shrub area                $79.37
                 8/22/07 Replace 10 vandalized irrigation in west sidewalk turf           $343.72
                 9/27/07 Replace 8 vandalized irrigation heads along street west side     $133.00        $829.30
                                                                                        TOTAL        $31,736.06




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                                                                                    3K
     VANDALISM REPORT FOR STREETSCAPE AREAS IN BRENTWOOD
             AS REPORTED BY MCE CORPORATION - LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS

   PARK                                                                        SUB
 LOCATION        DATE     DESCRIPTION                              COST       TOTAL
LLAD 94-1        1/10/08 Graffiti Removal                           $20.65
                 1/16/08 Main Irrigation Line Repair                $76.28
                  2/6/08 Valve Maintenance / Repair                 $61.95
                 10/8/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $183.11
                 3/20/08 In House Tree Removal                     $108.45      $450.44
LLAD 95-2        8/10/07 Head Repair/Replace                        $68.14
                  1/9/08 Graffiti Removal                           $41.30      $109.44
LLAD 95-5        8/13/07 Head repair/Replace                        $20.65       $20.65
LLAD 95-7         5/8/08 Inspect Irrigation System                  $40.69
                 7/23/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $569.68      $610.37
LLAD 95-8        7/18/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $162.77
                  2/4/08 Backflow repair                            $53.67
                 7/25/07 Graffiti Removal                           $81.40      $297.84
LLAD 97-1        9/28/07 Inspect Irrigation System                  $88.18
                 8/17/07 Head Repair/Replace                      $1,193.84
                 9/17/07 Valve Maintenance / Repair                $305.18
                10/10/07 Lateral Line Repair                       $180.40
                  6/5/08 Irrigtion Booster Pump Maint. / Repair     $41.30     $1,808.90
LLAD 98-3        7/26/07 Head Repair/Replace                        $40.69       $40.69
LLAD 98-5       10/25/07 Program Stations                           $41.30       $41.30
LLAD 99-3        3/21/08 In House Tree Removal                     $132.15
                 4/14/08 Other Tree Maint.                          $26.84
                10/11/07 Inspect Irrigation System                  $74.32
                 8/20/07                                           $251.55      $484.86
LLAD 99-9        8/10/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $325.54
                 7/30/07 Graffiti Removal                           $47.19      $372.73
LLAD 00-3        1/21/08 Inspect Irrigation System                  $26.84       $26.84
LLAD 00-4       10/19/07 Inspect Irrigation System                  $47.49       $47.49
LLAD 99-7        7/17/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $671.40
                 7/17/07 Lateral Line Repair                       $142.42
                 1/21/08 other beautification                       $26.84      $840.66
LLAD 02-3        8/21/07 In House Tree Removal                     $131.89
                  7/7/07 Inspect Irrigation System                 $148.35
                 7/23/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $204.07
                 5/28/08 Lateral Line Repair                        $81.38
                 7/13/07 Drinking Fountain                          $21.17      $586.86
LLAD 99-5        8/24/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $996.93
                10/17/07 Valve Maintenance / Repair                $264.50
                 1/28/08 Main Irrigation Line Repair               $165.20
                 5/19/08 Irrigtion Booster Pump Maint. / Repair     $26.84
                11/29/07 Safety/Training                            $20.35     $1,473.82
LLAD 02-7        9/13/07 Inspect Irrigation System                  $74.32       $74.32
LLAD 02-2        7/13/07 Head Repair/Replace                       $223.80
                 8/22/07 Graffiti Removal                           $20.35
                10/19/07 other beautification                      $183.88      $428.03
LLAD 02-4        8/19/07 Head Repair/Replace                        $81.38       $81.38
LLAD 02-13       1/23/08 Head Repair/Replace                       $102.34      $102.34
LLAD 03-2        4/14/08 Inspect Irrigation System                  $40.69

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                                                                          3K
      VANDALISM REPORT FOR STREETSCAPE AREAS IN BRENTWOOD
           AS REPORTED BY MCE CORPORATION - LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS

   PARK                                                              SUB
 LOCATION      DATE     DESCRIPTION                      COST       TOTAL
                8/6/07 Head Repair/Replace               $983.38
                6/5/08 Valve Maintenance and Repair       $20.65
                8/6/07 Other irrigation repair            $61.04
               2/19/08 Graffiti Removal                   $20.35     $1,126.11
Area R97      10/19/07 Turf Repair                        $26.84       $26.84
R' Areas      10/29/07 In House Pruning                   $26.84
               1/29/08 Other Tree Maint.                  $48.01
              12/10/07 Litter Pick Up (spot)              $47.19
               8/10/07 Inspect Irrigation System         $258.08
               7/11/07 Head Repair/Replace              $1,253.56
                2/6/08 Valve Maitntenance and Repair      $48.11
               8/16/07 Backflow repair                    $53.67
               3/14/08 Controller Repair                  $47.19
              10/26/07 Lateral Line Repair               $288.04
                7/1/07 Graffiti Removal                  $540.74
                                                                     $2,611.43
                                                        TOTAL $11,663.34




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              CHAPTER 4 - RESPECT




Accomplishments in 2007/08
   Memorandums of Understanding were executed with the following groups:
     o Liberty Union High School District Adult Education for senior programs
     o Brentwood Arts Society for running a wide variety of community arts
        programs
     o Brentwood Senior Citizens Club, Inc. for running a wide variety of
        programs, activities and services at the Brentwood Senior Activity Center

   Agreements were executed with the following groups:
      o Liberty Union High School District for the Joint Use of Facilities
      o Brentwood Union School District for Joint Use of Facilities
      o Delta Community Services, Inc.
      o Contra Costa County Senior Nutrition Program

   On February 26, 2008, City Council approved an Assistance Agreement between
   the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation and the City of
   Brentwood for Stabilization of the John Marsh House.

   Parks division staff worked to complete the Memorial Rose Garden at Veterans
   Park. Under the direction of Roger Stromgren, and with the coordination
   efforts of Linda Stadlbauer and Barry Margesson, the area in front of the
   memorial block monuments was excavated, the irrigation system modified, and
   concrete pathways installed to create the rose beds. The volunteer concrete
   work was performed by Brentwood resident Gary Billingsley. The roses and the
   memorial tiles were then installed by the Park maintenance crew as the last
   remaining aspect of the garden.




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Part-time staff was utilized to referee the adult coed soccer program. This
saved a significant amount of money.

In partnership with the Brentwood Mom’s Club “Crusade for Shade”, shade
covers were installed in the playground area at Orchard Park.

On July 24, 2007, lifeguards and individuals involved in the rescue of a child at
the Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex were recognized by City Council for
their successful efforts.

On January 8, 2008, City Council recognized the ten Brentwood Arts
Commission/Brentwood Library 2007 Poetry Contest Winners and approved for
the contest winner poems to be engraved on plaques and installed at Veterans
Park.

New recreation programs offered this year included:
  o Kid Fit for Life program within P.A.L. (Police Activities League)
  o Multi-Cultural Celebration
  o Silver Sneakers Walking Program
  o Sister City Walking Program
  o Dog Day Afternoon component of the Doggie Dip Day
  o Youth in Government Day

On July 21, 2007, the City of Brentwood held a Public Scoping Meeting for its
newly acquired historic Nail Property site which is located adjacent to the East
Contra Costa Historical Society property and museum. With facilitation by Phil
Abey and Peter Arnold of Abey/Arnold Associates, the input received resulted
in a conceptual plan that was taken to the Park and Recreation Commission in
October 2007. This “agricultural park” will feature an orchard, parking,
covered display area for farm equipment, a small informal amphitheater, row
crop display area, drying racks, green house/event area, multi-use barn, library
space, and a large group picnic area.

On November 13, 2007, on recommendation of the Park and Recreation
Commission, City Council accepted the Annual Report on the Parks, Trails and
Recreation Master Plan for Fiscal Year 2006/07.

A total of four scholarships from the Brentwood Youth Commission were
presented to graduating seniors that submitted applications and met the
required criteria.

The Parks and Recreation Youth Scholarship fund provided financial assistance
for youth activity participants in the amount of $1,492.71 for fiscal year
2007/08. These scholarships were utilized for a total of 54 participant
program registrations.




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Work Plan for 2008/09
    Enter into a partnership with First 5 Contra Costa to offer special programs and
    classes.

    Create and implement a Sponsorship Policy.

    Work with John Muir Health related to the City’s Health and Wellness Policy.

    Develop new senior programs for the Brentwood Senior Activity Center.

    The City will work toward a Memorandum of Understanding with the Historical
    Society to manage the Nail Historic Agricultural Park property.

    Expand duties of Landscape/Facilities workers to include inspection of contract
    maintenance, offering them exposure to the procedures.




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Accomplishments in 2007/08
   The P.A.L. (Police Activities League) After the Bell Program adopted a “Kid Fit for
   Life” wellness component that focuses on physical and mental wellness.
   Participants enjoy 30-45 minutes of daily physical activities and are taught
   nutrition and healthy choice options.

   Healthy Habits/Benefits language was added into the Activities Guides.

   NFL Youth Flag Football numbers increased this year by 125 participants for a total
   of 425 participants. This was a 29% increase from the previous year.

   Received renewal from the League of American Bicyclists of the Bicycle Friend
   Community Bronze Level designation.

   Replaced all five (5) heaters and one leaking pool filter at the Brentwood Family
   Aquatic Complex.

   Setup and cleaned up the snow park structure at the Winter Wonderland event.
   The Byron Boys Ranch crew assisted on this project.

   Four (4) audits of the Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex by Jeff Ellis & Associates
   all received meets or exceeds ratings.

   A fourth student (from Chico State) interned for the Parks and Recreation
   Department from September 2007 through January 2008.

   Parks and Recreation staff moved the remote shutoff switch to the top of the
   timers on the waterslide at the Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex.




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    Parks and Recreation Department staff continued to manage the daily operations
    and facility maintenance of the Brentwood Education and Technology Center.

    Following recommendation from the Park and Recreation Commission, the
    following parks and facilities were officially named by City Council:

       o   Summerset Park - Park land along Fairview Avenue south of Regent Court
       o   Seedling Park – Park in the Sterling Preserve III subdivision
       o   Cortona Park – Park in the Siena Village subdivision
       o   Monte Rosa Park - Park land close to John Muir Parkway, Vineyards
           Parkway/Fairview junction. The park is nestled between two large vineyard
           hills and has a solid view of Mount Diablo. The vineyards have roses at the
           end of each vineyard row.
       o   Alta Park – Park land west of the center of the subdivision along Vineyards
           Parkway.
       o   Aspen Park – Park land close to the future amphitheater and Vineyards
           Parkway. This park incorporates a large pond/water feature.
       o   Pioneer Park – Park land close to the junction of Vineyards Parkway and
           Marsh Creek Road.
       o   Brentwood Senior Activity Center – Previously referred to as the Senior
           Adult Education Center.

    City Council approved the public art design and concepts presented by Vickie
    Sowell for public art elements at King Park. These canine themed art elements
    were installed in June 2008.

    City Council approved the public art design and concepts by Dayton Claudio and
    Bryan Tedrick for public art element in the primary park in the Barrington
    Development by Standard Pacific Homes.

    On August 28, 2008 staff gave an update to City Council on the California
    Department of Parks and Recreation on Cowell Ranch/John Marsh State Park
    General Plan.

    Parks and Recreation staff participated in a special Community Center and City
    Park workshop on August 29, 2007 in which staff and the public were given the
    opportunity to discuss possibilities for the projects.

    On March 25, 2008, City Council approved an amendment to the budget for the
    Sunset Park Improvements CIP project so that the fields could be resodded. This
    work was completed in June 2008.


Work Plan for 2008/09
    Develop goals and a mission statement for the Arts Commission.

    Summerset Park construction documents and bid process will be completed and
    construction will commence.



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    Continue design and fabrication on nine public art elements:

       o   Bridge over Marsh Creek at the Vineyards
       o   Sculptural element at Pioneer Park at the Vineyards
       o   Tables and benches at Siena Village
       o   Bench and fountain treatment at senior housing by A.F. Evans
       o   Palmilla development by Pinn Brothers
       o   Barrington Homes by Standard Pacific Housing

    Approve Bridle Gate improvement plans for trails and parks.

    Review and approval of Barrington Subdivision’s two parks, trails, typical front
    yard elevations, and art element locations.

    Finalize landscape improvement plans for Carmel Estates Park, creek corridor, and
    trail.

    Complete a Renovation and Capital Repair/Replacement Master Plan for parks and
    facilities.

    Complete the construction of Brentwood Senior Activity Center and Brentwood
    Family Aquatic Complex Concession Stand.



Attachments
 5A: Public Art Projects
 5B: New Parks Accepted in Fiscal Year 2007/2008
 5C: New Public Art Installed in Fiscal Year 2007/2008




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                                                                                       5A

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                  PUBLIC ART IN PARKS AS F JUNE 0, 2008

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                                                        DSIGN     ASSIGNED      E   INED
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Barrington Parks (Subd. 8548)
Carmel Estates
City Park
Creekside Park
Farmer Statue
Garin Corners (Commercial)          2007
Granville Green                     2005
Heron Park                          2006
Kaleidoscope Park
King Park                           2008
Palmilla (Pinn Bros.)
Prewett Ranch
Rainbows End Park                   2006
Rose Garden Park                    2008
Sienna Village
Summerset Park
Veterans Park                       2007
Vineyards at Marsh Creek




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                                                                                   5B

                               NEW PARKS
  Accepted by City of Brentwood in Fiscal Year 2007/2008



                                 Caboose Park
                                 2 arjoram D
                                43 M       rive
Caboose Park is a 1-acre park that features a turf area, children’s play area, three
barbecues, three picnic tables, benches, a bike rack and two drinking fountains.




                                Sage Glen Park
                                 0
                                 6 Rossano Street
Sage Glen Park is approximately 2-acres and features five barbecues, five picnic
tables, several benches, a bike rack, and a drinking fountain.




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                              Steeplechase Park
                               1082 Steeple Boulevard
Steeplechase Park is approximately 1-acre and features several large, mature
shade trees, children’s play area, turf, covered picnic areas, a barbecue, three
benches, and a drinking fountain.




                            Granville Green Park
                                   1
                                 109 Granville Lane
This 1.66-acre park features a large turf area, children’s play area, a barbecue,
numerous benches, and four picnic tables with a large shade cover. This park also
has several public art metal spiral monkeys throughout the park.




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                                   King Park
                                   7 Bauer Way
                                  139
This 4.85-park features a fenced dog play area and is certainly popular with
canines and their human companions. This park also features a children’s play
area, large open turf area, basketball court, three picnic tables, a barbecue, and
two public art elements.




                                Cortona Park
                                  6
                                  3Cortona Way
This quaint .30-acre park features four benches, a picnic table, and drinking
fountain.




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                                                                               5C

                         NEW PUBLIC ART
                 Installed in Fiscal Year 2007/2008


                                 King Park

The two public art elements for this project include a life size dog placed at the
entrance to the dog park area and a large scale piece along Sand Creek Road
entitled “Life is a Ball”. The materials used were solid bronze set in concrete.
The artist for both of these projects is Vickie Jo Sowell.




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                         Rose Garden Park

Along the primary curve of the rose garden are four circular flower covered
benches. The imagery here combines different types of mixed bouquets, again
primarily with roses but also using other intriguing flowers. Each round
“bouquet” offers a unique and useful design. Each round bench as a 4’
diameter and is 18” high. Four smaller half circle benches have been placed in
the curved gazebo area of the park. They also incorporate the mixed bouquet
theme, each with its own unique floral design.




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                         Rainbow’s End Park
This is a series of two sculptural benches with an additional sculptural element
between them that can also be used as a seat. This park includes an existing
water feature with a reverse fountain coming out of an area with concrete
“clouds” in relief.




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                           Kaleidoscope Park

This is a set of two sculptural benches that will sit separately in the park, but
both will be visible at the same time. This park includes an existing beach/
water feature with and telescopes for children to play with.




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                     Rose Garden Soundwall

The “Inhabited Arches” design brings the garden trellis gateway structures to
the entry walls. The curved metal arch has been replaced by ceramic with a
“fleur-de-lis” pattern surface and the cross bracing is now made up of
intertwined vines.




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                              CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 5



Meeting Date: September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Authorize the Mayor and Vice Mayor to represent the City in regional
                 discussions with elected officials and Union Pacific representatives regarding
                 the future activation of the Mococo line and to work with staff on efforts to
                 secure funding for Brentwood’s corridor improvements

Submitted by: Linda Maurer, Economic Development Manager

Approved by: Casey McCann, Community Development Director


RECOMMENDATION
Authorize the Mayor and Vice Mayor to represent the City in regional discussions with elected
officials and Union Pacific representatives regarding the future activation of the Mococo line and
to work with staff on efforts to secure funding for Brentwood’s corridor improvements.

PREVIOUS ACTION
None

BACKGROUND
In July 2008, City staff and the Mayor attended a meeting with Wesley Lujan, director of public
affairs for Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR). Mr. Lujan requested the meeting to advise the City of
Union Pacific’s intent to reactivate the Mococo rail line - the railroad tracks that run through
Brentwood.

Mr. Lujan provided the City with a general overview of UPRR’s current plan. It is their general
intention to begin freight transportation on the Mococo line, which extends from Tracy to
Martinez, in the next 18-24 months. The number of trains expected to utilize the tracks may
vary greatly, from as little as five to as many as 40 trains per day, depending on freight demand.
Mr. Lujan also indicated that they believe the rail line segment running through Brentwood is in
good condition, requiring little, if any, construction work before beginning operation.

However, other representatives from UPRR have indicated in the past that a significant amount
of work might be required to bring the rail line up to appropriate standards. In fact, as part of
UPRR’s 1996 merger with Southern Pacific, the parties had agreed to invest some $21 million
into track improvements. A 2004 report from the Federal Trade Commission revealed that
UPRR had diverted those funds to other key projects. UPRR claimed that the Mococo line did
not need to be upgraded because a nearby UPRR line could be used and because of a change
in traffic patterns.

There are five current rail crossings in the city of Brentwood:

   1.   Balfour Road, just west of Brentwood Boulevard
   2.   Oak Street, between Walnut Boulevard and Brentwood Boulevard
   3.   Central Avenue, between Walnut Boulevard and O’Hara Avenue
   4.   Sand Creek Road, between Minnesota Avenue and O’Hara Avenue
   5. Lone Tree Way, between Fairview Avenue and Gann Street

In addition, the City has identified one future crossing at Grant Street, between O’Hara Avenue
and Minnesota Avenue.

According to UPRR, all of these crossings are at-grade and meet all of the current safety
standards. Each of the five crossings in Brentwood is equipped with crossing arms and
standard warning signs, equipment and markings. The most recently upgraded at-grade
crossing is located on Sand Creek Road. Funding for these improvements was provided by the
City of Brentwood to UPRR, who installs the safety improvements.

While staff and the Mayor expressed concern to Union Pacific regarding the activation of the
line and its impacts on the City, local jurisdictions have little to no regulatory authority over the
activities of the railroad. Rather, communities like Brentwood can only request that UPRR
mitigate the impacts of freight train service.

This activation of the Mococo line not only affects Brentwood but many of our neighboring
communities such as Oakley, Antioch, Pittsburg and Tracy, as well as many other north Contra
Costa County cities. Discussions are being held at the regional level with the Contra Costa
Transportation Agency to find workable solutions for communities impacted by rail service. Staff
recommends that Mayor Taylor and Vice Mayor Brockman represent the City at such meetings,
as well as other discussions with local and regional policymakers and with UPRR
representatives on the reactivation of the Mococo line. Additionally, staff is recommending that
the Council authorize the Mayor and Vice Mayor to work with staff on securing any regional,
state or federal funds for improvements to the Brentwood corridor.

FISCAL IMPACT
There is no fiscal impact associated with this item.
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                         CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 6

Meeting Date: September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Adopt a Resolution accepting all off-site public improvements; accepting the
                 Maintenance Bond; and releasing the Improvement Securities for DR 05-11,
                 Kinder Care, located along Eagle Rock Drive, south of Balfour Road and west
                 of John Muir Parkway.

Prepared by:     Debra Galey, Management Analyst

Submitted by: Bailey Grewal, Director of Public Works/City Engineer
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

RECOMMENDATION
Adopt a Resolution accepting all off-site public improvements; accepting the Maintenance Bond;
and releasing the Improvement Securities for Design Review (“DR”) 05-11, Kinder Care, located
along Eagle Rock Drive, south of Balfour Road and west of John Muir Parkway

PREVIOUS ACTION
On August 2, 2005, by Resolution No. 05-56, Planning Commission approved DR No. 05-11,
with conditions.

BACKGROUND
This project, located along Eagle Rock Drive, south of Balfour Road and west of John Muir
Parkway was approved for a 9,300 Square Foot (“SF”) child care center. At this location, most
surrounding public improvements to service the site were previously constructed. Modifications
to those public improvements, such as driveway access and utility connections, have been
constructed by the Developer and inspected for conformance with the approved improvement
plans and project Conditions of Approval.

The following public improvement quantities have been installed during construction of the
project: 11 linear feet (“LF”) of 6” sewer line, 41 LF of various diameter waterlines, 685 LF of 5’
sidewalk, 60 LF of curb and gutter and 12,855 square feet (“SF”) of landscaping and irrigation.
With the improvements now installed to the satisfaction of the City, it is the appropriate time to
accept the improvements and begin the warranty period.

FISCAL IMPACT
Most of the improvements associated with this project are privately owned and maintained;
therefore, upon acceptance the City will incur only minimal annual costs associated with
necessary maintenance of the public paving, concrete, utilities and landscaping. Routine
roadway maintenance will be funded by the General Fund and Measure “C” transportation sales
tax, with sewer and water maintenance funded through their respective enterprise funds.
Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District (“LLD”) No. 02-6 has been formed for this project
and will be responsible for the landscape maintenance should the property owner not maintain
the improvements to City standards.

Attachments:
Resolution
Site Map
                                    RESOLUTION NO.


      A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
      ACCEPTING ALL OFF-SITE PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS; ACCEPTING THE
      MAINTENANCE BOND; AND RELEASING THE IMPROVEMENT SECURITIES FOR
      DR 05-11, KINDER CARE, LOCATED ALONG EAGLE ROCK DRIVE, SOUTH OF
      BALFOUR ROAD AND WEST OF JOHN MUIR PARKWAY.


      WHEREAS, on August 2, 2005, by Resolution No. 05-56, Planning Commission
approved DR No. 05-11, with conditions; and

       WHEREAS, the required improvements have been completed and constructed in
substantial conformance with the approved improvement plans; and

        WHEREAS, the Developer has posted a warranty bond to guarantee the improvements
for a period of one year following acceptance.

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood
with respect to Design Review No. 05-11, Kinder Care site that:

      1. All off-site public improvements are hereby accepted for maintenance.
      2. The Maintenance Bond is hereby accepted.
      3. The Improvement Securities will be released within sixty (60) days of the passage of
         this Resolution.
      4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to file this Resolution with the Recorder of Contra
         Costa County.

       PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at
a regular meeting on the 23rd day of September 2008 by the following vote:
                        CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 7

Meeting Date: September 23, 2008

Subject/Title: Adopt a Resolution approving the contract documents, awarding the bid and
               authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute a construction contract
               and necessary documents with William G. McCullough, for the Brentwood
               Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682, Water Distribution
               System Rehabilitation, CIP Project No. 562-56210 for Bid Alternate “A”, and
               Storm Drain Improvements, CIP Project No. 391-39010 for Bid Alternate “B”,
               Co., in an amount of $1,349,230.20, plus a 5% contingency of $67,461.51, for
               a total amount of $1,416,691.71.

Prepared by:    Anthony Salam, CIP Engineering Manager

Submitted by: Bailey Grewal, Director of Public Works/City Engineer


RECOMMENDATION
Adopt a Resolution approving the contract documents, awarding the bid and authorizing the City
Manager or designee to execute a construction contract and necessary documents with William
G. McCullough Co., for the Brentwood Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-
31682, Water Distribution System Rehabilitation, CIP Project No. 562-56210 for Bid Alternate
“A”, and Storm Drain Improvements, CIP Project No. 391-39010 for Bid Alternate “B”, in an
amount of $1,349,230.20, plus a 5% contingency of $67,461.51, for a total amount of
$1,416,691.71.

PREVIOUS ACTION
On September 26, 2006, by Resolution No. 2006-234, City Council approved a Memorandum of
Understanding (“MOU”) between the City, Equus Group, Liberty Union High School District and
various property owners for shared development responsibilities of the “Brentwood Business
Park.”

On November 13, 2007, by Resolution No. 2007-249, City Council approved an Agreement for
Dedication of Real Property for school access in the future Brentwood Business Park
Improvements project.

On November 13, 2007, by Resolution No. 2007-264, City Council approved a Development
Cooperation Agreement and License Agreement with the Liberty Union High School District for
shared development responsibilities of the future school facility site, located in the proposed
Brentwood Business Park.

On November 13, 2007, by Resolution No. 2007-265, City Council amended the CIP Budget for
the Brentwood Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682, and approved a
Professional Services Agreement with NorthStar Engineering Group, Inc. for the design of the
project.

On April 8, 2008, by Resolution No. 2008-78, City Council adopted a Mitigated Negative
Declaration for the roadway and utilities for access to the future La Paloma School site and
future Brentwood Business Park, CIP Project No. 336-31682.
On May 27, 2008, by Resolution No. 2008-137 City Council adopted the City’s 2008/09 –
2012/13 Capital Improvement Program (CIP), which included the Brentwood Business Park
Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682.

BACKGROUND
The Brentwood Business Park includes the development of approximately 43 acres in the
southeast corner of the City, specifically east of Guthrie Lane and west of Sellers Avenue. The
future site will predominately incorporate office and light industrial development, but will also
include the Liberty Union High School District’s (“LUHSD”) new La Paloma School site, to be
relocated from Lone Tree Way. In order to assist LUHSD to relocate the school to a more
desirable site, allow appropriate development in the Lone Tree Way area and initiate the
development of the Brentwood Business Park, the City, LUHSD and the property owners
entered into an MOU outlining development of the site, which was approved by City Council on
September 26, 2006.

The City portion of the Brentwood Business Park Improvements project consists of construction
of the infrastructure improvements, specifically roadway and utilities, to serve the first phase of
the industrial park leading to the school site. The work includes the widening of Guthrie Lane
south of Balfour Road, new construction of a 64 foot wide commercial street (including utilities)
and construction of an off-site sewer line extension. Improvements include, but are not limited
to, storm drain, sanitary sewer, domestic water, irrigation water, grading, sidewalk curb, gutter,
pavement, signage, striping, joint trench and electroliers.

Staff advertised the project on August 11, 2008, and bids were opened on September 9, 2008.
A total of nine (9) bids were received and are listed below:

       William G. McCullough Co.                            $1,349,230.20
       O.C. Jones & Sons, Inc.                              $1,396,469.00
       Delta Excavating, Inc.                               $1,519,185.00
       Granite Construction Company                         $1,521,046.00
       DSS Company dba Knife River Construction             $1,565,565.10
       Bay Cities Paving & Grading, Inc.                    $1,609,887.35
       Ghilotti Construction Company, Inc.                  $1,650,837.00
       Independent Construction Company                     $1,770,706.00
       Teichert Construction                                $2,124,884.20

After review of the bid proposals, staff recommends the award of the construction contract for
the Brentwood Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682, to William G.
McCullough Co. for a contract amount of $1,349,230.20, plus a 5% contingency of $67,461.51,
for a total amount of $1,416,691.71.

FISCAL IMPACT
The contract amount is $1,349,230.20, plus a 5% contingency of $67,461.51, for a total amount
of $1,416,691.71. The funds associated with this work are included in the adopted 2008/09 –
2012/13 Capital Improvement Program. The specific projects and contract amounts are shown
below:

   •   Brentwood Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682, in the amount of
       $1,309,447.20, plus a 5% contingency of $65,472.36, for a total of $1,374,919.56. Per
       the MOU, upon completion, a Benefit District will be created for reimbursement to the
       City by the properties included within the Business Park.
   •   Water Distribution System Rehabilitation, CIP Project No. 562-56210 for Bid Alternate
       “A” work, in the amount of $23,705.00, plus a 5% contingency of $1,185.25, for a total of
       $24,890.25.
   •   Storm Drain Improvements, CIP Project No. 391-39010 for Bid Alternate “B” work, in the
       amount of $16,078.00, plus a 5% contingency of $803.90, for a total amount of
       $16,881.90.

Attachments:
Resolution
Agreement
Project Map
                                        RESOLUTION NO.


       A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
       APPROVING THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, AWARDING THE BID AND
       AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER OR DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE A
       CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AND NECESSARY DOCUMENTS WITH WILLIAM G.
       MCCULLOUGH CO., FOR THE BRENTWOOD BUSINESS PARK IMPROVEMENTS,
       CIP PROJECT NO. 336-31682, WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM REHABILITATION,
       CIP PROJECT NO. 562-56210 FOR BID ALTERNATE “A”, AND STORM DRAIN
       IMPROVEMENTS, CIP PROJECT NO. 391-39010 FOR BID ALTERNATE “B”, IN AN
       AMOUNT OF $1,349,230.20, PLUS A 5% CONTINGENCY OF $67,461.51, FOR A
       TOTAL AMOUNT OF $1,416,691.71.


        WHEREAS, on September 26, 2006, by Resolution No. 2006-234, City Council
approved a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) between the City, Equus Group, Liberty
Union High School District and various property owners for shared development responsibilities
of the “Brentwood Business Park”; and

       WHEREAS, on November 11, 2007, by Resolution 2007-249, City Council approved an
Agreement for Dedication of Real Property for school access in the future Brentwood Business
Park Improvements project; and

       WHEREAS, on November 11, 2007, by Resolution 2007-264, City Council approved a
Development Cooperation Agreement and License Agreement with the Liberty Union High
School District for shared development responsibilities of the future school facility site located in
the proposed Brentwood Business Park; and

       WHEREAS, on November 11, 2007, by Resolution 2007-265, City Council amended the
CIP Budget for the Brentwood Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682, and
approved a Professional Services Agreement with NorthStar Engineering Group, Inc. for the
design of the project; and

        WHEREAS, on April 8, 2008, by Resolution No. 2008-78, City Council adopted a
Mitigated Negative Declaration for the roadway and utilities for access to the future La Paloma
School site and future Brentwood Business Park, CIP Project No. 336-31682; and

        WHEREAS, on May 27, 2008, by Resolution No. 2008-137 City Council adopted the
City’s 2008/09 – 2012/13 Capital Improvement Program (CIP), which included the Brentwood
Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682; and

      WHEREAS, staff advertised the project on August 11, 2008, and bids were opened on
September 9, 2008.

       WHEREAS, a total of nine (9) bids were received with William G. McCullough Co.
submitting the lowest, responsible, responsive bid.

      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood
does hereby approve the contract documents, award the bid and authorize the City Manager or
designee to execute a construction contract and necessary documents with William G.
McCullough Co., for the Brentwood Business Park Improvements, CIP Project No. 336-31682,
Water Distribution System Rehabilitation, CIP Project No. 562-56210 for Bid Alternate “A”, and
Storm Drain Improvements, CIP Project No. 391-39010 for Bid Alternate “B”, in an amount of
$1,349,230.20, plus a 5% contingency of $67,461.51, for a total amount of $1,416,691.71.

       PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at
a regular meeting held on the 23rd day of September 2008 by the following vote:
                                                                                      BRENTWOOD BUSINESS PARK IMPROVEMENTS
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336-31682
                              CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 8


Meeting Date: September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Adopt a resolution approving Temporary Use Permit No. 08-17 to close several
                 downtown streets and temporarily establishing no parking restrictions and tow
                 away zones, as part of allowing the use of City-owned property and approving
                 a fee waiver in the estimated amount of $4,932.16 for the staging of the annual
                 Art, Wine and Jazz Festival, for two days, starting at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday,
                 October 11, 2008 and ending at 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 12, 2008.

Prepared by:     Jeff Zilm, Senior Planner

Submitted by: Casey McCann, Community Development Director


RECOMMENDATION
 Adopt a resolution approving Temporary Use Permit No. 08-17 to close several downtown
streets and temporarily establishing no parking restrictions and tow away zones, as part of
allowing the use of City-owned property and approving a fee waiver in the estimated amount of
$4,932.16 for the staging of the annual Art, Wine and Jazz Festival, for two days, starting at
6:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 11, 2008 and ending at 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 12, 2008.

PREVIOUS ACTION
On April 13, 2004, the City Council approved an amendment to the code section for Temporary
Use Permits. The amended code, §17.850.005.12, provides that: “Notwithstanding any other
provision of this Chapter, the City Council shall review the issuance of a Temporary Use Permit
for the following events: Cornfest, the Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival, Homecoming Parade, and
Hometown Halloween.”

BACKGROUND
On August 25, 2008, the Brentwood Art Society submitted a temporary use permit application to
close several downtown streets and temporarily establish no parking restrictions and tow away
zones, as part of allowing the use of City-owned property, located on the corner of Second
Street and Oak Street to hold its 7th annual Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival and submitted a
special events application with the Parks and Recreation Department to hold the 2008
Brentwood Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival in City Park.

The criteria for approval when evaluating a request for a Temporary Use Permit includes
consideration given to traffic, circulation, parking, visibility, noise, harmful effects on adjoining
property and any other relevant impacts or considerations of the proposed use. The proposed
use may be reasonably conditioned to mitigate identified impacts or to ensure public health,
safety or welfare.

The proposed site consists of City Park at the northeast corner of the intersection of Second
Street and Oak Street, the parking lot in front of City Hall and the parking lot on Maple Street
between City Park and Liberty High School. The applicant is proposing to locate approximately
thirty 10’ x 10’ vendor canopies throughout City Park, several food booths where beer and wine
will be sold, as well as live music performed on the City of Brentwood’s mobile stage. Portable
restrooms (including handicapped) and sinks will also be located on site. The Art, Wine, and
Jazz Festival will include the sale of alcohol and appropriate permits are being pursued through
the Police Department and the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
Additionally, there would be two street closures located at the parking lot in front of City Hall on
Third Street, and Maple Street east of Second Street between the City Park and Liberty High
School.

The proposed festival is located within the Downtown Specific Plan area, allowing for mixed
uses including residential, commercial, office, dining, and social activities.

The proposed festival hours are:

       Saturday              6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.     Setup
       Saturday             10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.      Festival
       Sunday               10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.      Festival
       Sunday                6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.      Cleanup

This proposed festival will have minimal impact upon surrounding businesses. Proposed street
closures are minimal so as not to have impact upon the parking situation around Cap’s
Restaurant and Second Street businesses directly. The street closures coincide with the
festival hours on Saturday and Sunday, but will not be closed during the setup. Impacts on
offices will be negligible, given that the event will not take place during typical business hours.
There have been no complaints in past years from residents or business owners concerning this
particular function.

Traffic will be minimally impacted in the downtown area, as only Maple Street east of Second
Street and the parking lot in front of City Hall will be closed to traffic. The parking stalls on the
north and south sides of Oak Street will be available to patrons of Cap’s and other areas of the
downtown area. Parking for the event will be available to the handicapped on Maple Street just
east of Second Street within the area designated for street closure. General event parking is
available in the City lot (consisting of approximately 60 stalls) west of Second Street, the two
municipal lots on Brentwood Boulevard totaling 84 stalls, as well as on-street parking throughout
the downtown area. This event will foster a pedestrian use of the downtown area, exposing
local businesses to foot traffic. This event is expected to draw 7,000 to 10,000 visitors to the
festival and the greater downtown area of Brentwood over the two days, exposing local
businesses to patrons who would not usually shop in the area.

The 2008 Brentwood Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival has requested a fee waiver in the amount of
$4,932.16. The applicant has met all fee waiver requirements under City Council Resolution
No. 2006-18.

FISCAL IMPACT
The total cost of providing police services for the 2008 Brentwood Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival
has been estimated at $4,458.16 by the Brentwood Police Department which has been included
in the Police Department’s budget and $474.00 for the temporary use permit for a total of
$4,932.16. The Police Department will deploy Reserve Officers where appropriate to reduce
personnel costs. In the event the fee waiver is not approved, the applicant will be responsible
for all fees incurred if the use is pursued.

Attachment:
    1. Resolution



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                                       RESOLUTION NO.

       A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD
       APPROVING TEMPORARY USE PERMIT NO. 08-17 TO CLOSE SEVERAL
       DOWNTOWN STREETS AND TEMPORARILY ESTABLISHING NO PARKING
       RESTRICTIONS AND TOW AWAY ZONES, AS PART OF ALLOWING THE USE OF
       CITY-OWNED PROPERTY AND APPROVING A FEE WAIVER IN THE ESTIMATED
       AMOUNT OF $4,932.16 FOR THE STAGING OF THE ANNUAL ART, WINE AND
       JAZZ FESTIVAL, FOR TWO DAYS, STARTING AT 6:00 A.M. ON SATURDAY
       OCTOBER 11, 2008 AND ENDING AT 9:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2008.

        WHEREAS, the City of Brentwood, through its Arts Commission, will be holding its
annual Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival on October 11th and October 12th, 2008, an event of local
significance which attracts large numbers of people to the community; and

        WHEREAS, to accommodate the 2008 Brentwood Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival, it is
requested that the following streets be closed to traffic and no parking and tow away zones be
established between 6:00 am Saturday, October 11th through 9:00 pm Sunday, October 12th,
2008:

           •   Maple Street east of Second Street.
           •   City Hall Parking Lot north of the Third Street and Oak Street intersection.

        WHEREAS, pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 21101(e), the City may temporarily close
portions of streets for parades and local special events such as the Brentwood Art, Wine, and
Jazz Festival when the closing is necessary for the safety and protection of persons who are to
use those portions of the street during the temporary closure; pursuant to Vehicle Code Section
22507, the City may prohibit parking on portions of streets during all or certain hours of the day;
pursuant to Vehicle Code Section 22651(b), (m), and (n), signs noticing no parking and tow
away zones shall be posted at least 24 hours before the closure goes into effect and City peace
officers may remove by towing any vehicle from those portions of the street where parking is
prohibited; and

       WHEREAS, it is requested that the Council waive the 2008 Brentwood Art, Wine, and
Jazz Festival fees in the amount of $4,932.16; and

       NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood
hereby:

       1. Approves TUP 08-17, subject to the conditions of approval set forth in Exhibit A,
          attached hereto, and authorizes the closure of the streets depicted in Attachment 2
          to Exhibit A, prohibits parking, and establishes tow away zones between the hours of
          6:00 am, October 11th, 2008, and 9:00 pm, October 12th, 2008; and

       2. Approves a fee waiver for the 2008 Brentwood Art, Wine, and Jazz Festival in the
          amount of $4,932.16.

    PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a
regular meeting held on September 23, 2008 by the following vote:




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                                      EXHIBIT “A” TO
                               CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO.
                                 CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
                                      FOR TUP 08-17


1. The applicant shall obtain an electrical permit (if necessary) from the City of Brentwood
   Building Division for stalls requiring electrical power.

2. The applicant shall provide documentation of City of Brentwood Police Department approval
   for street closures to the Community Development Department before commencement of
   the event.

3. The applicant shall provide documentation of County Health Department approval for food
   services to the Community Development Department before commencement of the event.

4. The applicant shall provide documentation of Contra Costa County Fire Protection District
   approval for street closure accessibility to the Community Development Department before
   commencement of the event.

5. The applicant shall provide proof of contract for portable toilet facilities before
   commencement of the event to the Community Development Department.

6. The applicant shall provide proof of contract for trash bins before commencement of the
   event to the Community Development Department.

7. The applicant shall provide proof of liability insurance coverage before commencement of
   the event to the Community Development Department.

8. The approved hours of operation for the event shall be as follows:

       Saturday    10/11       6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.        Setup
       Saturday    10/11      10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.         Festival
       Sunday      10/12      10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.         Festival
       Sunday      10/12       6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.         Cleanup

9. The applicant shall restore City Park and the streets affected by the closure to their original
   condition within 24 hours of event closure.

10. No parking shall be permitted in front of any street closure barricades.

11. All aspects of the proposed use and street closures shall be in substantial conformance with
    Attachment #1 - Festival Layout and Attachment #2 - Street Closures.




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 ATTACHMENT #1
FESTIVAL LAYOUT




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     ATTACHMENT #2
FESTIVAL STREET CLOSURE




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                     REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AGENDA ITEM NO. 9


Meeting Date:    September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Approve Warrant Numbers: 316420, 316435, 316501, 316506, 316551, 316552,
                 316563, 316564, 316612, 316638

Prepared by:     Laura Schelbert; Administrative Supervisor

Submitted by:    Pamela Ehler; Agency Treasurer

       ______        ___


RECOMMENDATION –           Approve warrants from Warrant lists dated August 27th, 2008 and
September 20th, 2008.

8/27/2008   316420   ASSOCIATED RIGHT OF WAY SVCS (Relocation Svcs 7030 B.B.)      $6,583.75
8/27/2008   316435   CALIFORNIA OVERNIGHT (Office Expense)                             $5.00
8/27/2008   316501   OFFICE DEPOT (Office Supplies)                                   $15.27
8/27/2008   316506   PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC (Utility Services)                        $72.26
9/03/2008   316551   ASSOCIATED SERVICES CO. (Office Expense)                         $17.41
9/03/2008   316552   AT&T MOBILITY (August '08 Wireless)                              $26.60
9/03/2008   316563   CALIFORNIA OVERNIGHT (Office Expense)                             $5.00
9/03/2008   316564   CCC DEPT OF INFORMATION TECH (July '08 Data Processing Charges) $213.35
9/03/2008   316612   OFFICE DEPOT (Office Supplies)                                   $87.91
9/03/2008   316638   U.S.BANK CORPORATE PAYMENT SYS (Train/Conf. Reg. Refund)       -$685.00

            TOTAL                                                                  $6,341.55
                              CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 10


Meeting Date:    September 23, 2008

Subject/Title:   Adopt a Resolution, on the recommendation of the Park and Recreation
                 Commission, in support of the extension of the existing East Bay Regional Park
                 District Regional Open Space, Wildlife, Shoreline and Parks Bond

Prepared by:     Craig D. Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation

Submitted by: Craig D. Bronzan, Director of Parks and Recreation


RECOMMENDATION
Adopt a Resolution, on the recommendation of the Park and Recreation Commission, in support of
the extension of the existing East Bay Regional Park District Regional Open Space, Wildlife,
Shoreline and Parks Bond.
PREVIOUS ACTION
None.
BACKGROUND
At the August 28, 2008 Park and Recreation Commission meeting, the Commission had a
presentation and discussion related to a request by the East Bay Regional Park District’s Board of
Directors to consider endorsing the Park District’s proposed park bond extension measure to be
placed on the November 2008 ballot. As a result of that discussion, the Park and Recreation
Commission is recommending City Council adopt a Resolution in support of the bond extension.
To summarize, the Park District’s Board of Directors has acted to place a bond measure on the
November 2008 ballot which would extend the 1988 voter approved Measure AA that made
possible the addition of more than 34,000 acres of regional parkland and shoreline as well as
provided $60 million in funding for local parks and recreation projects. Brentwood received
$255,017 in funding for Sunset Park Development from Measure AA.
With the population in the East Bay growing faster than the number of parks and trails serving
residents, the future of local parks and recreation projects and regional parks projects depend on
funding from an extension of Measure AA. The bond extension measure as developed by the Park
District’s Board of Directors would provide $500 million in funding to permanently protect open
space, ridgelands and shorelines for future generations. Twenty five percent (25%) or $125 million
of the bond revenue would go directly to local parks and recreation departments (and special park
districts) on a per capita basis to meet local park needs. Brentwood would receive $2,313,312 in
funding from this measure to meet local parks and recreation capital project needs.
Seventy five percent (75%) of the funds would go to the East Bay Regional Park District to fund
regional park acquisitions, open space preservation, park development and habitat restoration.
The bond extension measure must be approved by two-thirds of voters in Alameda and Contra
Costa Counties. Importantly, this extension will not increase the existing tax rate for property
owners because the issuance of bonds will be structured to retain the property tax rate at or below
the existing tax rate of $10 per $100,000 of assessed value for property owners. Park District
Board Member Ted Radke will be attending the City Council meeting to make a short presentation
and answer any questions related to the bond.

FISCAL IMPACT
None.
Attachment: Resolution
                                        RESOLUTION NO.


       A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOODS
       SUPPORTING THE EXTENSION OF THE EXISTING EAST BAY REGIONAL
       PARK DISTRICT REGIONAL OPEN SPACE, WILDLIFE, SHORELINE AND
       PARKS BOND


       WHEREAS, the City of Brentwood and the East Bay Regional Park District are public
agencies jointly responsible for providing important public services to our resident constituents; and

        WHEREAS, the East Bay Regional Park District has expanded by more than 34,000 acres
of parkland and shoreline in the last 20 years, largely as a result of funding provided by the 1988
voter approved bond measure AA which also provided $60 million in funding for local parks and
recreation projects; and

         WHEREAS, in response to continuing community interest, the East Bay Regional Park
District Board of Directors has approved placing a bond measure on the November 2008 ballot to
extend the Measure AA program; and

      WHEREAS, the proposed measure would replicate and extend the successful $225 million
Measure AA bond passed in 1988; and

        WHEREAS, the specifics of the Park District’s proposed park bond extension measure are
as follows:
        • The proposed issuance of bonds is structured to retain the property tax rate at or below
            the existing tax rate of $10 per $100,000 of property value for property owners.
        • The $500 million bond initiative must be approved by two-thirds of voters in Alameda
            and Contra Costa counties in November 2008.
        • $125 million (25%) of the bond proceeds will fund local park and recreation projects on
            a per-capita grant program to Cities and other local agencies.
        • The City of Brentwood would receive $2,313,312 in funding from the bond extension
            measure.
        • $375 million (75%) of the bond proceeds will fund regional park acquisitions, open
            space preservation, park development, habitat restoration and an emergency reserve.
        • A detailed project list has been complied which is available to the public.
        • The Park District Board of Directors will conduct annual public hearings on projects to
            be selected and funded by the Measure.
        • EBRPD’s Park Advisory Committee provides oversight review.

      WHEREAS, At the August 28, 2008 Park and Recreation Commission meeting, the Park
and Recreation Commission is recommending City Council adopt a Resolution in support of the
bond extension.

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Brentwood
does hereby endorse the East Bay Regional Park District’s Proposed Extension of the Regional
Open Space, Wildlife, Shoreline and Parks Bond which will be placed on the November 4, 2008
ballot in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.

        PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a
regular meeting held on the 23rd day of September 2008 by the following vote:

								
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