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									                                                                                                  CITY OF CARSON
                                                                                        REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

                                                                                               CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
                                                                                                  701 EAST CARSON STREET
                                                                                                      CARSON, CA 90745

                                                                                                        FEBRUARY 7, 2006

                                                                                                       5:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.
Agenda posted - Approval of E xecutive Ses sion Agenda ( Closed Sessi on)




AGENDA POSTED: FEBRUARY 2, 2006
        “In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, if you require a
        disability related modification or accommodation to attend or participate in this meeting,
        including auxiliary aids or services, please call the City Clerk’s office at 310-952-1720 at
        least 48 hours prior to the meeting.” (Government Code Section 54954.2)

CALL TO ORDER:


ROLL CALL:


APPROVAL OF EXECUTIVE SESSION AGENDA (CLOSED SESSION)

Executive Sess ion (Closed Session) - Ceremonial Presentation




CLOSED SESSION (Items) 5:00 P.M. – 5:45 P.M.
Legal Counsel




ITEM NO. (1)                                                                           CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

                                                                                       Three matters of existing litigation, Government Code Section 54956.9(a):
                                                                                       Carson Gardens, LLC v. City of Carson Mobilehome Park Rental Review
                                                                                       Board, Los Angeles Superior Court - Central District, Case No. BS072845 and
                                                                                       Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Case No. B180308; Carson Harbor
                                                                                       Village Ltd. v. City of Carson Mobilehome Park Rental Review Board, Case
                                                                                       Nos. BS085137 and B180317; and AFSCME Local 809 v. City of Carson, PERB
                                                                                       Case No. LA-CE-213-M.

                                                                            RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:
                                                  1.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-014, "A RESOLUTION OF THE
                                                        CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, CALLING AN
                                                        EXECUTIVE SESSION TO CONFER WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING TWO
                                                        MATTERS OF EXISTING LITIGATION: CARSON GARDENS, LLC v. CITY OF
                                                        CARSON MOBILEHOME PARK RENTAL REVIEW BOARD, LOS ANGELES
                                                        SUPERIOR COURT - CENTRAL DISTRICT, CASE NO. BS072845 AND COURT OF
                                                        APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, CASE NO. B180308; CARSON HARBOR
                                                        VILLAGE LTD. v. CITY OF CARSON MOBILEHOME PARK RENTAL REVIEW
                                                        BOARD, CASE NOS. BS085137 AND B180317; AND AFSCME LOCAL 809 V. CITY OF
                                                        CARSON, PERB CASE NO. LA-CE-213-M."

                                                  ACTION:

ITEM NO. (2)                                                   PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION (GOVERNMENT
                                                               CODE SECTION 54957)

                                                               Title: City Manager

                                                  RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

Labor Negotiator
                                                  ACTION:

ITEM NO. (3)                                                   CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR (GOVERNMENT CODE
                                                               SECTION 54957.6)

                                                  City Negotiators:            City Attorney

                                                  Employee Organizations:      Unrepresented Employee: City Manager

                                                  RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                                                  1.    INSTRUCT labor negotiators.

                                                  ACTION:
REPORT ON EXE CUTIVE SESSION (CLO SED SE SSION)




REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION

                                                                                5:45 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.
CERE MONIAL PRE SENTATIONS/PROCLAMATION S




CEREMONIAL PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS

                                                  A.    CERTIFICATE OF APPOINTMENT TO BE PRESENTED TO FLORANTE
                                                        CABANATAN, RELOCATION APPEALS BOARD


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                                                                                       February 7, 2006
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B.   CERTIFICATE OF APPOINTMENT TO BE PRESENTED TO JOHN GRABER,
     PLANNING COMMISSION


C.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO LORRAINE
     KENNERSON FOR HER GENEROSITY TO SENIOR CITIZENS DURING THE
     MONTH OF NOVEMBER


D.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO COLLEEN KEIKO
     COHN, MSW, LCSW, IN COMMEMORATION OF HER RETIREMENT


E.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO FATHER IERENIMO
     TAUTAPILIMAI FOR HIS 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF PRIESTHOOD, TO BE
     RECEIVED BY TERI ROTTER


F.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO CAROL ANN
     BYBEE, CITIZEN OF THE YEAR RECIPIENT, BY THE KAYUMANGGI LIONS
     CLUB


G.   CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION TO BE PRESENTED TO WATSON LAND
     COMPANY TO BE RECEIVED BY PILAR HOYOS, VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLIC
     AFFAIRS


H.   RECOGNITION OF FORMER COMMISSIONERS/BOARD MEMBERS TO BE
     RECEIVED BY:
         FLORANTE CABANATAN, PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION

         OLIVER DAVID, YOUTH COMMISSION

         ROMMEL C. EMBISAN, PLANNING COMMISSION

         JOHN GRABER, ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION

         MORGAN HOMER, YOUTH COMMISSION

         BARBARA PALMATIER, RELOCATION APPEALS BOARD

         LINA R. PHILIPP, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION


I.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO THOMAS
     CLAYTON, FORMER ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSIONER, POSTHUMOUS, TO
     BE RECEIVED BY CATHERINE CLAYTON


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                           February 7, 2006
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                                     J.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO LARRY E. GRANT,
                                          PRESIDENT/CEO, KINGDOM DAY PARADE 2006


                                     K.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO NATALIE
                                          WHITMYER, QUEEN, KINGDOM DAY PARADE, 2006; SHANIKA JACOBS, 1ST
                                          RUNNER-UP, KINGDOM DAY PARADE 2006; KRISTIAN HOLLY CLOYD, 2ND
                                          RUNNER-UP, KINGDOM DAY PARADE 2006, AND JANINE PERERA, 3RD
                                          RUNNER-UP, KINGDOM DAY PARADE 2006


                                     L.   CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO RHONDA BOLIVAR,
                                          COORDINATOR, KINGDOM DAY PARADE 2006; DEL HUFF, COORDINATOR,
                                          KINGDOM DAY PARADE 2006; ELISA CHUN, COORDINATOR, KINGDOM DAY
                                          PARADE 2006, AND SHEA HAMILTON, COORDINATOR, KINGDOM DAY
                                          PARADE 2006


                                     M.   RECOGNITION OF THE RETIREMENT OF WILLIAM "BILL" PERRY, FORMER
                                          TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR, CITY OF CARSON


                                     N.   PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING FEBRUARY 2006 AS "WEAR RED" MONTH
                                          TO BE RECEIVED BY ERIC BATCH, VICE PRESIDENT, ADVOCACY,
                                          AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION


                                     O.   PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF NIX CHECK
                                          CASHING (NCC) TO BE RECEIVED BY THOMAS NIX, JR. AND TRACY
                                          FAIRBANKS


                                     P.   PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING FEBRUARY 2006 AS BLACK HISTORY
                                          MONTH TO BE RECEIVED BY OLIVIA VERRETT


                                     Q.   PRESENTATION FROM HELEN S. KAWAGOE, CITY CLERK, TO THE CITY OF
                                          CARSON IN COMMEMORATION OF THE DAY OF REMEMBRANCE ON
                                          FEBRUARY 16, 2006
Flag Salute - Approval of Minu tes




                                                           CITY COUNCIL
                                                      REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING

                                                           6:00 P.M. – 9:45 P.M.


FLAG SALUTE:
                                                               Carson City Council
                                                                February 7, 2006
                                                                    PAGE 4
INSPIRATIONAL:


APPROVAL OF REGULAR BUSINESS AGENDA:
                                                Mayor/Chairman requests the audience to fill out Speaker Forms to indicate those items on
                                                which they want to speak, and turn them into the City Clerk/Agency Secretary at the
                                                beginning of the meeting, in order to be recognized by the Mayor/Chairman. Agenda
                                                arranged so that speakers may be heard early. Council/Agency to indicate items to be pulled.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

JANUARY 17, 2006:
Notice to the Public- - Oral Comm Public
NOTICE TO THE PUBLI C
                                                            REGULAR


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Public testimony may be given on any agenda item as it is called and will be LIMITED TO
THREE MINUTES PER SPEAKER. Please fill out a Speaker Form in order to be identified
correctly in the minutes. The forms are provided on the podium in the Council Chambers. All
Speaker Forms must be turned in to the City Clerk/Agency Secretary at the beginning of the
meeting.
INTRODUCTION S




INTRODUCTIONS (Items)

ITEM NO. (4)
NEW BUSINE SS CON SENT
                                                       INTRODUCTION OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES


NEW BUSINESS CONSENT (Items)
These items are considered to be routine items of COUNCIL business and have, therefore,
been placed on the CONSENT CALENDAR. If COUNCIL wishes to discuss any item or
items, then such item or items should be removed from the CONSENT CALENDAR. For
items remaining on the CONSENT CALENDAR, a single motion to ADOPT the
recommended action is in order.

ITEM NO. (5)                                           THIS ITEM INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

                                           RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                                           ACTION:

ITEM NO. (6)                                           CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE REPORT REGARDING IMPACT OF
                                                       MEDICARE PART D ON LOCAL AGENCIES (CITY TREASURER)

                                           RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

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     1.    DIRECT staff to explore options to assist in educating and aiding the citizens of Carson
           regarding the implementation of Medicare Part D and bring back recommendations to the
           City Council.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (7)      REQUEST LOCAL NONPROFIT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FUNDING
                  FROM TOWNE AVENUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR LIBRARY
                  SUPPLIES (CITY MANAGER)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    APPROVE financial assistance in the amount of $1,000 to Towne Avenue Elementary
           School.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (8)      RESOLUTION NO. 06-013 SUPPORTING ASSEMBLY BILL 583
                  (HANCOCK), THE CALIFORNIA CLEAN MONEY AND FAIR ELECTIONS
                  ACT (CITY MANAGER)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     TAKE the following actions:

     1.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-013, "A RESOLUTION OF THE
           CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, SUPPORTING AB 583
           (HANCOCK), THE CLEAN MONEY AND FAIR ELECTIONS ACT."

     2.    DIRECT staff to transmit the resolution to the California Clean Money Campaign and
           Assemblymember Loni Hancock.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (9)      RESOLUTION NO. 06-016 SUPPORTING SENATE BILL 840 (KEUHL), THE
                  CALIFORNIA HEALTH INSURANCE RELIABILITY ACT (CITY
                  MANAGER)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     TAKE the following actions:

     1.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-016, "A RESOLUTION OF THE
           CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, SUPPORTING SENATE
           BILL 840 (KEUHL), THE CALIFORNIA HEALTH INSURANCE RELIABILITY ACT."

     2.    DIRECT staff to transmit the resolution to State Senator Sheila Kuehl, Assemblymember
           Jenny Oropeza and Assemblymember Jerome Horton.

     ACTION:

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                                          February 7, 2006
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ITEM NO. (10)     LETTER REQUESTING FEMA CONTINUE TO PROVIDE BENEFITS TO
                  KATRINA SURVIVORS (CITY MANAGER)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    DIRECT staff to transmit the letter requesting that benefits continue for Katrina

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (11)     REVIEW OF POLICY AND PROCEDURES REGARDING CITY-OWNED
                  TREES (CITY MANAGER)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    REFER this item to the City Council Policy Committee for report and recommendations for
           City Council's consideration.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (12)     PUBLIC HEARING TO VACATE WESTWARD AVENUE SOUTH                               OF
                  220TH STREET (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    CONTINUE the public hearing for the vacation of Westward Avenue south of 220th Street to
           February 21, 2006 at 6:00 P.M.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (13)     RESOLUTION NO. 06-015 IN SUPPORT OF ASSEMBLY BILL 1076
                  (HORTON) ENCOURAGING CALIFORNIA SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO
                  INCLUDE INSTRUCTION ON THE HISTORY OF FILIPINOS IN WORLD
                  WAR II (CITY MANAGER)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     TAKE the following actions:

     1.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-015, "A RESOLUTION OF THE
           CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, SUPPORTING
           ASSEMBLY BILL 1076 THAT WOULD ENCOURAGE SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN
           CALIFORNIA TO INCLUDE INSTRUCTION ON THE ROLE OF FILIPINOS IN
           WORLD WAR II AS PART OF THEIR SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM."

     2.    INSTRUCT staff to transmit a copy of the executed resolution to Governor Schwarzenegger,
           Assemblymembers Jerome Horton, Jenny Oropeza and Senator Debra Bowen.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (14)     REPORT REGARDING RECENT PHONE OUTAGES DURING STORMY
                  WEATHER CONDITIONS (CITY MANAGER)
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                                            February 7, 2006
                                                PAGE 7
     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    CONTINUE this item to the next City Council meeting, February 21, 2006.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (15)     AUTHORIZATION FOR PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION CHAIRPERSON
                  TO ATTEND THE PUBLIC WORKS OFFICERS INSTITUTE AND MINI
                  EXPO (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    AUTHORIZE the Chairperson of the Public Works Commission to attend the Public Works
           Officers Institute and Mini Expo on March 1-3, 2006.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (16)     AWARD A PURCHASE CONTRACT FOR ONE STAKE BED TRUCK WITH
                  LIFT GATE (ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    AWARD a purchase contract to Raceway Ford in the amount of $32,083.47.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (17)     SET A PUBLIC HEARING DATE TO CONSIDER INCREASES AND OTHER
                  RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO THE REGULATORY PERMIT
                  PROVISIONS OF THE CARSON MUNICIPAL CODE (ADMINISTRATIVE
                  SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    SET the matter for public hearing on March 7, 2006.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (18)     APPROVAL OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH
                  MACTEC ENGINEERING AND CONSULTING, INC. TO INSTALL AND
                  IMPLEMENT THE MICROPAVER PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                  - PROJECT NO. 943: CITYWIDE PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     TAKE the following actions:

     1.    APPROVE Agreement for Professional Services with MACTEC Engineering and
           Consulting, Inc. to install and implement the MicroPAVER Pavement Management System
           and collect inventory/condition data and develop a multi-year program for street maintenance
           and rehabilitation, Project No. 943.
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                                           February 7, 2006
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     2.    AUTHORIZE the Mayor to execute the professional services agreement, and the City Clerk
           to attest, following approval as to form by the City Attorney.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (19)     BOND RELEASE; TRACT MAP NO. 53596:  DOMINGUEZ HILLS
                  VILLAGE PHASE IV, NORTHERN SIDE OF VICTORIA STREET
                  BETWEEN   BIRCHKNOLL   DRIVE AND   CEDARBLUFF  WAY
                  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     TAKE the following actions:

     1.    APPROVE the work as completed.

     2.    AUTHORIZE the release of the surety bond in the amount of $1,023,000.

     3.    INSTRUCT the City Clerk to send a copy of the City Council action to the principal, surety,
           and County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works.

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (20)     RESOLUTION NO. 06-008, A JOINT RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
                  SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; THE BOARD OF
                  DIRECTORS OF THE GREATER LOS ANGELES COUNTY VECTOR
                  CONTROL DISTRICT; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COUNTY
                  SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8 OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (COUNTY
                  SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8); THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
                  CARSON; AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE WATER
                  REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA APPROVING
                  AND ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATED EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY TAX
                  REVENUES RESULTING FROM ANNEXATION OF L 011-3 TO COUNTY
                  LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1697; AND RESOLUTION 06-011,
                  GRANTING CONSENT AND JURISDICTION TO THE COUNTY OF LOS
                  ANGELES IN THE MATTER OF COUNTY LIGHTING MAINTENANCE
                  DISTRICT 1697 AND COUNTY LIGHTING DISTRICT LLA-1, CARSON
                  ZONE, CITY OF CARSON L 011-3 (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     TAKE the following actions:

     1.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-008, "A JOINT RESOLUTION OF
           THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; THE BOARD
           OF DIRECTORS OF THE GREATER LOS ANGELES COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL
           DISTRICT; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
           NO. 8 OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8); THE
           CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON; AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
           THE WATER REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                                          Carson City Council
                                           February 7, 2006
                                               PAGE 9
           APPROVING AND ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATED EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY
           TAX REVENUES RESULTING FROM ANNEXATION OF L 011-3 TO COUNTY
           LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1697."

     2.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-011, "A RESOLUTION
           GRANTING CONSENT AND JURISDICTION TO THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES IN
           THE MATTER OF COUNTY LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1697 AND
           COUNTY LIGHTING DISTRICT LLA-1, CARSON ZONE, CITY OF CARSON L 011-3."

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (21)    RESOLUTION NO. 06-009, A JOINT RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
                 SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; THE BOARD OF
                 DIRECTORS OF THE GREATER LOS ANGELES COUNTY VECTOR
                 CONTROL DISTRICT; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COUNTY
                 SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8 OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (COUNTY
                 SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8); THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
                 CARSON; AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE WATER
                 REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA APPROVING
                 AND ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATIED EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY TAX
                 REVENUES RESULTING FROM ANNEXATION OF L 116-8 TO COUNTY
                 LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1697 (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

     RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

     1.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-009, "A JOINT RESOLUTION OF
           THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; THE BOARD
           OF DIRECTORS OF THE GREATER LOS ANGELES COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL
           DISTRICT; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
           NO. 8 OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8); THE
           CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON; AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
           THE ATER REPLINISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA APPROVING
           AND ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATIED EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY TAX
           REVENUES RESULTING FROM ANNEXATION OF L 116-8 TO COUNTY LIGHTING
           MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1697."

     ACTION:

ITEM NO. (22)    RESOLUTION NO. 06-010, A JOINT RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF
                 SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; THE BOARD OF
                 DIRECTORS OF THE GREATER LOS ANGELES COUNTY VECTOR
                 CONTROL DISTRICT; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COUNTY
                 SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8 OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (COUNTY
                 SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8); THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
                 CARSON; AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE WATER
                 REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA APPROVING
                 AND ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATED EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY TAX
                 REVENUES RESULTING FROM ANNEXATION OF PETITION NOS. 219-
                 118 AND 72-76 TO COUNTY LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1697
                 (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)
                                     Carson City Council
                                      February 7, 2006
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                              RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                              1.    WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 06-010, "A JOINT RESOLUTION OF
                                    THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES; THE BOARD
                                    OF DIRECTORS OF THE GREATER LOS ANGELES COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL
                                    DISTRICT; THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
                                    NO. 8 OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT NO. 8); THE
                                    CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON; AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
                                    THE WATER REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                                    APPROVING AND ACCEPTING THE NEGOTIATED EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY
                                    TAX REVENUES RESULTING FROM ANNEXATION OF PETITION NOS. 219-118
                                    AND 72-76 TO COUNTY LIGHTING MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 1697"

                              ACTION:

ITEM NO. (23)                              AUTHORIZATION FOR PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION
                                           CHAIRPERSON TO ATTEND NATIONAL RECREATION AND PARK
                                           ASSOCIATION NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE FORUM ON PARKS AND
                                           RECREATION (PUBLIC SERVICES)

                              RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                              TAKE the following actions:

                              1.    AUTHORIZE the Chairperson of the Parks and Recreation Commission to attend the
                                    upcoming NRPA National Legislative Forum on Parks and Recreation.

                              2.    APPROVE a transfer of $1,100 from the city's contingency account to pay for the
                                    Chairperson of the Parks and Recreation Commission to attend the upcoming NRPA
                                    National Legislative Forum on Parks and Recreation.

DEMANDS
                              ACTION:


DEMANDS (Items)

ITEM NO. (24)                              RESOLUTION NO. 06-017, ALLOWING CLAIMS AND DEMANDS IN THE
                                           AMOUNT OF $3,073,906.05, DEMAND CHECK NUMBERS 062049
                                           THROUGH 062394.

SPECIAL ORD ERS O F THE DAY
                              ACTION:


SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY (Items)

Any person wishing to testify is requested to complete a speaker card, available on the podium in
the Council Chambers. TESTIMONY WILL BE LIMITED TO THREE MINUTES PER
PERSON. Any subject of controversy will be limited to a total of fifteen minutes of testimony per

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                                                                February 7, 2006
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side; those wishing to address the Council are requested to select three speakers to represent your
opinion.
UNFINISHED BUSINE SS




UNFINISHED BUSINESS (Items)

ITEM NO. (25)                       REVIEW,           RECONFIRM                        OR              CONSIDER
                                    COMMISSION/COMMITTEE/BOARD                    APPOINTMENTS       BY MAYOR
                                    DEAR (CITY CLERK)

                       RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                       1.    REVIEW, RECONFIRM or CONSIDER appointments to the following:

                       2.    Planning Commission

                       3.    Parks and Recreation Commission

                       4.    Environmental Commission - one vacancy with unexpired term ending 3/31/07 (John
                             Graber)

                       5.    Fine Arts and Historical Commission

                       6.    Human Relations Commission

                       7.    Citywide Advisory Commission

                       8.    Economic Development Commission - one vacancy with unexpired term ending 3/31/07
                             (Lina R. Philipp)

                       9.    Mobilehome Park Rental Review Board

                       10.   Public Relations Commission

                       11.   Public Works Commission - one vacancy with unexpired term ending 3/31/07 (Florante
                             Cabanatan)

                       12.   Public Safety Commission

                       13.   Relocation Appeals Board

                       14.   Women's Issues Commission

                       15.   Senior Citizens Advisory Commission

                       16.   Veterans Affairs Commission

                       17.   Youth Commission - one vacancy with unexpired term ending 6/30/06 (Oliver David)

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                                                                 PAGE 12
                           18.   Beautification Committee

                           ACTION:

ITEM NO. (26)                           CONSIDERATION TO RELOCATE THE CITY OF CARSON JAZZ
                                        FESTIVAL (PUBLIC SERVICES)

                           RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                           TAKE the following actions:

                           1.    APPROVE the City Council Public Safety Committee's recommendation to keep the Jazz
                                 Festival at Anderson Park, coupled with increased security measures, strive to make it a
                                 community event without regional advertising, and without admission fees or fencing of the
                                 event and to change the date from May 21, 2006 to June 25, 2006.

                           2.    APPROPRIATE $7,126 from the unreserved, undesignated general fund balance to augment
                                 the amount currently budgeted for this event.

                           3.    DIRECT staff to begin collaborating with Home Depot Center representatives with the
                                 common goal of developing a plan of action for presenting an additional Jazz Festival at the
                                 Home Depot Center Tennis Stadium, that would be larger and attract a regional audience, by
                                 bringing back a comprehensive report detailing costs associated with this proposal.

NEW BUSINE SS DISCUSSION
                           ACTION:


NEW BUSINESS DISCUSSION (Items)

ITEM NO. (27)                           LOS ANGELES LOCAL AGENCY FORMATION COMMISSION (LAFCO):
                                        DETERMINATION OF SPHERE OF INFLUENCE (SOI) FOR THE
                                        GATEWAY REGION (CITY MANAGER)

                           RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                           TAKE the following actions:

                           1.    REVIEW the preliminary revenue and cost analyses for Area No. 1 (East Gardena), Area 2
                                 (Proposed Rancho Dominguez expansion), Area No. 3 (proposed Long Beach SOI), and
                                 Area No. 4 (current Carson SOI).

                           2.    PROVIDE direction regarding the SOIs.

                           ACTION:

ITEM NO. (28)                           TRUCK PARKING ZONES ON FIGUEROA STREET & SEPULVEDA
                                        BOULEVARD CHANGE EXISTING ZONES FROM 72-HOUR LIMIT TO
                                        ONE-HOUR LIMIT (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

                           RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:
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                                                    TAKE the following actions:

                                                    1.    APPROVE the recommendation from the Public Works Commission to change the
                                                          designation of the truck parking zones on the west side of Figueroa Street south of Torrance
                                                          Boulevard and on the south side of Sepulveda Boulevard east of Figueroa Street from a 72-
                                                          hour limit to a one-hour limit. The Figueroa Street truck parking zone begins 70 feet south of
                                                          Torrance Boulevard and ends 580 feet south of Torrance Boulevard, as measured from the
                                                          south curb line of Torrance Boulevard. The Sepulveda Boulevard truck parking zones extend
                                                          from 100 feet to 720 feet east of Figueroa Street and from 1,030 feet to 1,540 feet east of
                                                          Figueroa Street, as measured from the east curb line of Figueroa Street.

                                                    2.    DIRECT the Development Services Group to post signs at these locations to inform
                                                          motorists of the truck parking restrictions.

                                                    ACTION:

ITEM NO. (29)                                                    STATUS UPDATE: PROPOSED MEETING WITH                                  SCOTTSDALE
                                                                 TOWNHOUSES ASSOCIATION, INC. (CITY MANAGER)

                                                    RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

                                                    1.    DIRECT staff regarding need to continue efforts to schedule public meeting with full
                                                          Council.

ORDINANCE SECOND READING
                                                    ACTION:


ORDINANCE SECOND READING: (Items)
ORAL CO MMUNI CATIONS - M EM BERS O F THE PUBLI C




ORAL COMMUNICATIONS – MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

This is the appropriate time for members of the general public to address those matters under the
jurisdiction of the Council/Agency, and not on the posted Agenda. Any person wishing to address the
Council/Agency is requested to complete a Speaker Form, available on the podium in the Council
Chambers. TESTIMONY WILL BE LIMITED TO THREE MINUTES PER PERSON. Under the
provisions of the Brown Act, no action can be taken on these items, and there can be no discussion of
the items, other than to place it on the agenda for a future meeting.

Oral Communication (Staff) - Adjournment
ORAL CO MMUNI CATIONS I (STAFF)




                                                                                   9:45 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS I (STAFF)


ORAL CO MMUNI CATIONS II (COUN CIL/AGEN CY)




ORAL COMMUNICATIONS II (COUNCIL/AGENCY)
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UNFINISHED-CONTINUED EXECUTIVE SE SSION ITE MS ( CLOSED SE SSION)




UNFINISHED/CONTINUED CLOSED SESSION ITEMS

REPORT ON EXE CUTIVE SESSION (CLO SED SE SSION)




REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION

ADJOURNMEN T




ADJOURNMENT

                                                                    ADJOURN to an Adjourned Regular Joint meeting of the Carson Redevelopment Agency/City
                                                                    Council to be held on February 8, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers, 701 E.
                                                                    Carson St., Carson, CA 90745




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