Waive further reading of any proposed ordinances. (This permits reading the title only in lieu of reciting the entire text.)
Check Register for May 17, 2020 - May 30, 2020 in the amount of $4,457,038.28 Approve the Check Registers as presented.
At each regular City Council Meeting, the City Council is presented with check and ACH/wire registers listing the financial claims (invoices) against the City for purchase of materials, supplies, services, and capital projects issued the prior three to four weeks. This process provides the City Council the opportunity to review the expenditures of the City. Claims are paid via checks, Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments, or federal wires. The justifying backup information for each expenditure is available in the Finance Department.
Monthly Report of Investments - May 2020 Accept and approve the May 2020 Monthly Report of Investments as submitted.
Each month, the Finance Department prepares a report listing the investments for all separate entities under the jurisdiction of the City as identified in the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
|CC 4.|Award of Bid – Public Works Construction Project No. 21-004 - 42nd Street West and Avenue K Drainage Improvements
Award Public Works Construction Project No. 21-004, 42nd Street West and Avenue K Drainage Improvements, to R.C. Becker and Son, Inc. of Santa Clarita, California, in the amount of $341,460.72 plus a 10% contingency, to repair street and maintain the drainage flow at the intersections of 42nd Street West and Avenue K. Authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to sign all documents. This contract is awarded to the lowest responsible bidder per California Public Code Section 22038 (b).
This project will rehabilitate the north side of existing street on Avenue K between 40th Street West and 42nd Street West while maintaining the existing overland drainage flow pattern. The proposed project includes, but is not limited to: full depth pavement reconstruction with Cement Treated Base (CTB), installation of thickened edge of pavement, shoulder grading, manhole adjustment and striping.
Increase Public Works Construction Project No. 20-007 Construction Contract with Quality Fence Company, Inc. Increase PWCP 20-007 construction contract with Quality Fence Company Inc., of Paramount, California, by $136,770, to install additional security fencing on the north side of Lancaster Boulevard at Amargosa Creek, at the City Community Center, and at the City Corporate (Maintenance) Yard.
The proposed increase will fund Change Order No 1 (authorized out of contingency) to remove razor wire and replace with tubular steel (“wrought iron”) fencing at the City Community Center on Yucca to improve safety and maintain security. The proposed increase will also fund change orders to replace security fencing along the north side of Lancaster Boulevard along the Amargosa Creek channel box culvert to improve security and replace deteriorated fencing at the City Corporate (Maintenance) Yard on Avenue H to improve security and reduce theft.
Acceptance of Improvements (Water) Approve the completed water system installed by the developer for the following project:
Site Plan Review No. 17-04 45244 32nd Street West
Owner: If Life Hands You Lemons, LP
The water system for this project has been constructed and completed to the satisfaction of the local water purveyor, Los Angeles County Waterworks District 40-04, Antelope Valley, and was constructed according to the approved plans and specifications. Additionally, the work has been inspected and found to be satisfactory to the Senior Director – Development Services.
Acceptance of Improvements (Streets) Approve the developer constructed streets on the following project. In addition, accept the streets for maintenance by the City and for public use.
Site Plan Review No. 17-02 23rd Street West and Avenue H-8
Owner: Richard Wade
The streets have been constructed and completed by the developer according to the approved plans and specifications. The work has been inspected and found to be satisfactory to the Senior Director - Development Services.
Establishment of City’s Trusted System Adopt Resolution No. 20-30, declaring a Trusted System for the management of Human Resource records.
The Human Resources, Payroll, City Clerk and Information Technology Divisions have worked together to ensure the City's document management system, and records stored within the system, are kept in accordance with the State's Trusted System requirements.
Agreement with Clean Harbors, Inc., for Hazardous Waste Cleanup and Disposal 1. Authorize the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Clean Harbors, Inc., for the cleanup and disposal of hazardous waste at the City’s Corporate Yard.
2. Appropriate $300,000.00 from Gas Tax fund balance account 203-2900-000 to expenditure account 203-4755-301.
Pending disposal of the materials through a qualified hazardous waste handler, a chemical release of materials occurred, which created a hazardous waste spill in the area surrounding the manufacturing area. Clean Harbors was able to respond to the emergency mitigation services required for containment of the spill. It is now necessary to complete the cleanup and removal of the hazardous materials to mitigate the effects of the affected area of the spill.