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C10-46 - Temporary Bike Lane Modification - 6th StreetAgenda Item No.—�J STAFF REPORT To: Honorable Mayor and City Council From: Community and Economic Development Department Date: September 21, 2010 Subject: Temporary Bike Lane Modifications on Sixth Street Background and Analysis: On August 17, 2010 Staff received a letter from Myron Thompson, owner of the Applebee's restaurant located on Sixth Street. The letter requested the City to allow parking on the south side of Sixth Street in front of the restaurant where a Class II Bike Lane and fire hydrant currently prohibits parking along the curb. The request was made due to the impacts of a fence which was placed on the northeast property line across planned circulation link between the two centers. The fence limits secondary emergency vehicle access and creates confusing parking patterns between the two commercial centers. Applebee's believes that moving the bike lane to allow the street parking will mitigate the negative effects of the fence with respect to the restaurant property and will expand the available and convenient parking by 7 -8 spaces along the curb. Staff has obtained the attached quote to modify the bike lane to accommodate two hour limited street parking by shifting the Class II Bike Lane adjacent to the new parking lane. Recommendation: Staff recommends APPROVAL of the Project Progress Report and AUTHORIZITION of the Mayor to execute the Project Progress Report and of the City Manager to relocate the Class II Bike Lane to accommodate curbside parking. Respe ull submitted - CIT OF EAU T A la Kapa ' s City Manager CITY OF BEAUMONT PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT Fund Project Name: Temp Bike Lane Modification on 6`h Source: General Fund Street ( Applebees) Contract September 21, 2010 Contractors: JP Striping Date: Const. Budget: $3,300 Subcontractors: See approved CIP Contractor List A &E Budget: As per existing agreements Project Start Date: October 2010 Report Period: September 2010 Work Completed During Report Period: Prepared proposal for street striping. Problems or Delays During Report Period: No problems or delays. Change Orders: No change orders. Recommendation(s) for City Council Action: Authorize the City Manager and qualified contractors to relocate the bike lane to allow 2 hour parking in front of Applebee's. Report Approved by: Mayor's Signature a►. ID Date of City Council Approval SEP- 09- 2010(THU) 14:37 J P STRIPING,INC. (FAX)951 845 6399 P.003/006 P.O. Box 278 Mauling Address: . . Beaumont, CA 92223. Ott) ce: CA. Lie tt: 746266 961) 845 -2799' . -- ( Class! C32 Delivery Address. 650 E: First St.: Fax: Be* t A 92223'' Fod.1106: 54- 2190680 (961) 845-6399. Union local: 1184 PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO: DESCRIPTION OF JOB: COWANY: City. Of .Bea=0 1t.. — ..,..... ................... TODAY'S DATE:' - - -- -- O9 /O8 /t O BID CLOSING: — ATTN-. '.' " Rd b O.tNen .— ......... ......... .__._ JOB NAME: Convertslon of. Bike Lane Striping to Dual -Use Parking /Bike Larne on S1xth St (Ad)acet tto ADDRESS:. PROJECT /JOB W. CITYISTIZIP CITY/COUNTY: Beaumont, CA PHONE: _.. -. (951) 769-6999 - INSPECTOR: FAX: _ -^ _� - -- - - -- (951).769-6622:. BID ITEM: DESCRIPTION " '' OTY UNIT UNIT PRICE TOTAL. 1 l3ike.Lane Modificatidns.(R6'no4 & Installation) 1 -r LS $ 3,300.00 $ 3.300.00 —_ — - - X • S TOTAL: S 3,300.00 NOTE: J.P.-Stripling Is a Small/Micro Buslitins (01324000) EXCLUDES: Signayo �- - -- ----------- -'_.__.,._._ . TRAFFIC. CONTROL: J.P.: Striping provides temporary/rolling traffic control for It's own work, however; this does not include "Construction Area" traffic control which may Include temporary sl$no' *, btilrieades & CMS Boards. " INSURANCE.', .. Acceptance of this Bid Is predicated upon acceptance of our Insurance, which can. be Incorporated Into a written contract by Waiver /Addendum if necessary Please ptyy/de written requests for Carts. BOND RATE: 2.S% on amounts between $O•.to $100;000 ■ 2.0% on amounts between $100,000 to 2,000,000 ■ 1.1% on amounts over $2,000,000 UNITPRICIN6: '. We:propose to' furnish, .and Install :rnaterials for the quantities listed above per provided Instructions, plans and specifications for the sum Indlcated above; .1 the event changes_occur or quantities differ: bid amounts may Change accordingly. -' LIMITATIONS -- .. 'PRICINO.VALID. FOR SIX (6) MONTHS FROM PROPOSAL DATEI JOBS;OVER $2,000 ,REQUIRE "PRELIM" INFOL BID •- DATE: AUMOAZOd Slgeatury Printed Name • JOEL PAYNE (President) • • • ' DALE SHULTS (ftect Manager). 09/09/10 Direct Contact: (051) 453.3904, DOWS®AOL.Com ACCEPTANCE OF -• -• P.O. # PROJECTED START Authorised 81 nsturb " or Pnntod Nano • DATE. i BE ?a City of Beaumont U ti 6th Street f F(JRN� q�M1' NQV. tE.� LEGEND _ _ = Proposed Bike Lane Existing Bike Lane Applebees Restaurant ':. ti di C �' Y 5. � A.Y 'M � yh'}L� 7 � � 4 •� -4 _. ;M �� y'�K -., _. � - ^�-•-� _;,- '"N� ray^ � q ir L r 5 _ s � Sept. 10, 2010 Honorable Mayor and City Council; It has been my experience as owner of Group One Realty, a commercial real estate company, in the Southern California for the past 35 years that the completion of successful transactions is determined by the level of communication and expectations on all sides. Our firm is the Number One commercial & industrial real estate company in the pass area. We own and operate our pass office in Beaumont. We are also one of the most active firms in the Coachella Valley. I have confidence in what to expect from the moment I bring clients into City Hall. My clients feel welcomed and appreciated. It's about the consistency, the professional and friendly approach I can expect for myself and my clients. The City of Beaumont has put people and practices in place to get the job done. • Operates like a good business, eliminated bureaucratic solutions, while keeping a customer service focus. (Front counter staff, answering of phones, always call back when left a message) • Planning and Economic Development Staff is easy to work with and is always available (no scheduled meeting needed. Always calls back) • Brokerage firms appreciate direct access to top level staff, like the Directors and Planning and Economic Development. It is also not uncommon for the City Manager to meet with brokers/ new business owners or applicants over the counter with no scheduled meeting. • Does not participate in WRCOG's TUMF program, whose fees are a major obstacle to overcome for many new developments. • Beaumont's City Council Economic Stimulus Program has lowered Development fees to incentivize putting people back to work. • City Team Track — Incentive to Industrial On behalf of myself and our agents at Group One Realty, I want to thank the entire teams at the City Hall, Public Safety and Urban Logic for making the City of Beaumont a great community to bring clients who want to locate, expand existing businesses or open new locations. Sinc rely, James Stuart UNFIO UIN 1051 East First St. • Beaumont, CA 92223 aTV F. IRF -AJ YV 760- 323 -3000 • Fax 760- 323 -3001 Minutes Beaumont City Council Beaumont Redevelopment Agency Beaumont Financing Authority Beaumont Utility Authority Beaumont Charitable Foundation Beaumont Conservation Authority 550 E. 6th Street, Beaumont, California Regular Session (6:00 p.m.) Tuesday, September 21, 2010 "Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the City Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk's office at 550 E. 6th Street during normal business hours" REGULAR SESSION Regular Session to began at 6:00 p.m. Place: Civic Center, Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tem Berg, Council Member Fox, Council Member Gall, Council Member St.Martin were present. Invocation: Ken Spicer — New Creations Church Pledge of Allegiance: Council Member Gall Presentation: James Walrath — Update on Global Young Leaders Conference Mickey Valdivia — Update on Beaumont Cherry Valley Recreation and Parks District Helen Putnam Award - Beaumont Stimulus Program "This program is the first of its kind in the nation —a city stepping up to the plate with its own stimulus package, " then Beaumont Mayor Jeff Fox. Adjustments to Agenda: None ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: Anyone wishing to address the City Council on any matter not on the agenda of this meeting may do so now. The oral communications portion of the agenda is to hear public comments. Anyone wishing to speak on an item on the agenda may do so at the time the Council considers that item. All person(s) wishing to speak must fill out a "Request to Speak Form" and give it to the City Clerk at the beginning of the meeting. The forms are available on the table at the back of the room. There is a three (3) minute limit on public comments. There will be no sharing or passing of time to another person. • Victor Dominguez - Campaigning issues • Judy Bingham - Contracts for Mr. Kapanicas and Mr. Aklufi • Chad Scott - Fairway Canyon Improvements • Adam Wagner- Fairway Canyon Maintenance • Brian Levensen - Palmer Park Improvements • Mary Daniel - Stimulus Plan • Victor Young – On street parking at Veile and 4u' Street • Sara Lockhart - Thank Beaumont – great community • Jim Stewart - Beaumont should be proud for the retail strength ranking in California • Alan Gooch - Beaumont is a great community to live in 3. CONSENT CALENDAR (This portion of the Agenda is for items that do not require a public hearing or discussion.) a. Approval of all Ordinances and Resolutions to be read by title only and publish by summary b. Approval of the Minutes of the City Council Meeting August 17, 2010 C. Approval of the Warrant List for September 21, 2010 d. Denial of Claim — Larry Malone e. Approval of Supplemental Agreement for CDGB 2010 -2011. f. Adoption of Resolution No. 2010 -23 — Resolution Support Measure U to Bring Jobs and Educational Opportunities to the Pass Area. g. Approval of Fund Raising Activities — City Cook Book, Fire Department Open House /Spaghetti Dinner and Beaumont Youth Activities League, lronman Triathlon Sponsorship of Officer Devlin, and BCVRPD Winterfest/Pumpkin Carving Event. h. Authorization to Accept an Offer of Dedication — 10 -D -01, 10 -D -02, and 10 -D -03 for Brookside Avenue Landscaping within Oak Valley Greens. i. Approval of the City of Beaumont's Energy Action Plan per requirements of the Southern California Edison's Energy Leaders Partnership. j. Approval of Temporary Bike Lane Modifications on Sixth Street. k. Authorization for Funds for Weed Abatement for property located in the 1100 block of Pennsylvania and Michigan with all costs to be applied to the Annual Property Tax Bill. I. Ratification of the Mayor's Signature on Resolution No. 2010 -24 for 2009/10 Prop 1 B California Transit Security Grant Program, California Transit Assistance Fund. m. Approval of Task Order for Anti - degradation Analysis for the Beaumont Management Zone. n. Authorize the City Manager to assist with the Safety Fair within authorized spending limits. Recommendation: Approval of the Consent Calendar as presented. Council Member Berg and Council Member Gall both requested item 3.f be pulled for discussion. Motion by Council Member StMartin, Seconded by Council Member Berg to approve the Consent Calendar with the exception of Item 3.f. Vote: 510 San Jacinto Representatives on Measure U. Adam Wagner - Opposed Victor Dominguez - Opposed Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Fox to deny Resolution No. 2010 -23 as presented. 510 Staff Report was given by Rebecca Deming, Asst. Director of Planning Open Public Hearing 9:03 p.m. No Speakers Closed Public Hearing 9:04 p.m. Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded by Council Member Berg to approve the 1st reading on Ordinance No. 971, 974, 975, and 976 as presented. Vote: 5/0 d. Transit Fare Structure Review Recommendation: Open Public Hearing, Take Testimony, and Approve the fare structure as presented. Staff report was given by Elizabeth Gibbs - Urtiaga, Resources Director Open Public Hearing 9:10 p.m. No Speakers Closed Public 9:11 p.m. Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded by Council Member Gall to approve as presented. Vote: 510 e. "Shop the Pass" Buy Local Program Recommendation: Review and Approve the Pass EDA "Shop the Pass" and approve funding in the amount of $4,577.08 from the General Fund. Staff report was given by Kyle Warsinski, Staff Planner Speakers: Brian Contreres — Pass EDA Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Gall to approve and authorize the City Manager to adjust the rate on a per capita if necessary. Vote: 5/0 Adjournment of the City Council Meeting at 9:20 p.m. Respectfully,Subm l�