April 20, 2024 3:06 pm

Recap of Glendale City Council’s March 5, 2024 Meeting

CONSENT ITEMS

4b. Public Works, re: Set Public Hearing Date for Vacation of a portion of Southeast Corner of Jackson Street and California Avenue at 246 N Jackson Street; Vacation Case No. 191V

  1. Motion to authorize the City Clerk to schedule a public hearing regarding the street vacation proposal.

Moved: Najarian
Seconded: Devine

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

4c. Public Works, re: Set Public Hearing Date for Vacation of the First Alley Northeasterly of Victory Boulevard, Between Allen and Irving Avenues (Alley 21); Vacation Case No. 190V

  1. Motion to authorize the City Clerk to schedule a public hearing for the proposed alley vacation.

Moved: Najarian
Seconded: Devine

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

4d. Finance, re: Designation of Authorized Representatives for FEMA and Cal OES Disaster Assistance

  1. Resolution 24-40 designating the City Manager, Director of Finance & Information Technology, and Assistant Director of Finance as authorized representatives to apply for and obtain disaster assistance from FEMA and Cal OES in the event of major disasters.

Moved: Najarian
Seconded: Devine

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

4e. Public Works, re: Final Map for Tract No. 83552, for a 3-unit Multi-family Residential Condominium Subdivision at 421 Salem Street

  1. Resolution 24-41 approving the Final Map for Tract No. 83552, facilitating the creation of a 3-unit Multi-family Residential Condominium Subdivision located at 421 Salem Street.

Moved: Najarian
Seconded: Devine

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

4f. Public Works, re: Award Construction Contract for the Removal of Brick Façade at Fire Training Center Tower and Exterior Concrete Planter Boxes at Civic Center Parking Structure Project

  1. Motion to authorize the City Manager or his designee to execute a construction contract with MODAA, Inc. for the Removal of Brick Façade at Fire Training Center Tower and Exterior Concrete Planter Boxes at Civic Center Parking Structure Project, Specification No. 3970, in the amount of $176,424, with an additional 20% contingency of $35,285.

Moved: Najarian
Seconded: Devine

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

2. Resolution 24-42 appropriating $125,816 from the Building Maintenance Fund.

Moved: Najarian
Seconded: Devine

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

ACTION ITEMS

8a. Public Works, re: Dispensing with Competitive Bidding to purchase battery-electric buses, battery-electric bus chargers, and minivans for Beeline and Dial-A-Ride services

1. Resolution 24-43 authorizing the Deputy Director of Finance-Purchasing, or his designee, to purchase five battery-electric buses from New Flyer of America, Inc., utilizing the federalized Washington State Department of Enterprise Cooperative Agreement, dispensing with competitive bidding.

Moved: Devine
Seconded: Kassakhian

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

2. Resolution 24-44 authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an agreement with BP Pulse Fleet North America, Inc., for the purchase, installation, operation, and maintenance of three battery-electric bus chargers, dispensing with competitive bidding, utilizing the Anaheim Transit Network Request for Proposal to contract with BP Pulse.

Moved: Devine
Seconded: Kassakhian

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

3. Resolution 24-45 authorizes the Deputy Director of Finance-Purchasing, or his designee, to purchase six replacement Model – 1 Braun minivans for the City’s Dial-A-Ride services from Creative Bus Sales, dispensing with competitive bidding and utilizing the federalized CALACT/MBTA Cooperative Procurement Agreement.

Moved: Devine
Seconded: Kassakhian

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None

4. Resolution 24-46 appropriates funds to provide adequate funding for the procurement of battery electric buses and bus chargers, including installation, operation, and maintenance.

Moved: Devine
Seconded: Kassakhian

Vote as Follows
Ayes: Asatryan, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian, Brotman
Noes: None
Absent: None
Abstain: None