PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION
CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
A. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
ROLL CALL Herbel, Kirkorn, McGovern, O’Connell, Rivera, Siersema, Spencer
D. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
Public Comments - the Public Works Commission welcomes public comments on all items on this agenda or of community interest. Three minutes per person, time may not be donated to others. Commission on this date can take no action on any item not on the agenda. This is the time to address Commission regarding items of interest or agenda items other than public hearings. Communications on agenda items will be scheduled such that public comments may be received as close to 5:00 p.m. as possible.
E. DIRECTOR’S ITEMS
E-1. Review of Existing Crossing Guard Location Evaluation â€“ At the request of the Police Department, a review of existing crossing guard locations to determine locations that currently meet guidelines as defined by the California Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
F. INFORMATION ITEMS
F-1 15% Infrastructure Calculation History - In accordance with City Charter Section 617 Infrastructure Fund, the City budget is required to maintain expenditures for infrastructure not less than 15% of general fund revenues. A history of the calculation is presented for review
F-2. Active Capital Project Report - An update on active capital projects is presented for the Commission's information. Project information, including description, location maps and funding sources can be found in the FY 2009/10 Capital Improvement Program notebook, or on the cityâ€™s website under Government, Current Budget information.
F-3. Upcoming City Council Study Sessions - Upcoming City Council Study Sessions - The City Council conducts public Study Sessions on the evenings of City Council meetings, normally beginning at 4:00 p.m., in Room B-8. A tentative listing of upcoming sessions is submitted for the Commissionâ€™s information.
G. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS
G-1. Public Hearing to Consider Acceptance of Public Works Utilities Division Public Health Goals Report - SB 1307 (Calderone-Sher; effective 01-01-97) added new provisions to the California Health and Safety Code mandating that a report on Public Health Goals for the cities with more than 10,000 water service connections be prepared by July 1, 1998 and every three years thereafter if any water quality measurements have exceeded Public Health Goals. The report must be presented to the governing body and then be the subject of a public hearing to consider acceptance and hear public comment. The report was presented to the City Council via the attached memo.
Funding Source - Not applicable
Recommended Action - Motion to recommend to the City Council the Infrastructure Fund Annual Report
H. WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS
I. COMMISSION AND STAFF COMMENTSJ. ADJOURNMENT
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