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CITY OF ALHAMBRA AGENDA ALHAMBRA CITY COUNCIL ALHAMBRA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY ALHAMBRA PARKING AUTHORITY SEPTEMBER 9, 2013

MISSION STATEMENT The City of Alhambra is dedicated to responsive, creative leadership and quality services, ensuring desirable neighborhoods and a supportive business environment, while being sensitive to the diversity of our community.

VISION STATEMENT The City of Alhambra shall be the premier family-oriented and economically prosperous community in the San Gabriel Valley.

Addressing the Council: Section 2.04.210 of the Alhambra Municipal Code establishes the procedures for addressing the Council. Any person wishing to address the Council during the meeting must complete a Speaker Request Card and submit it to the City Clerk. When called upon by the Mayor, please step to the podium and give your name, address and organization or other party you represent, if any, in an audible tone of voice for the record. Remarks are limited to 5 minutes. All remarks shall be addressed to the Council as a body and not to any member thereof. No person, other than the Council and the person having the floor, shall be permitted to enter into any discussion, either directly or through a member of the Council, without the permission of the Mayor. No question shall be asked a Councilperson except through the Mayor. Standards of Decorum: Any person making personal, impertinent or slanderous remarks or who shall become boisterous while addressing the Council shall be forthwith, by the Mayor, barred from the meeting. Enforcement of Decorum: The Chief of Police, or his designee, shall be Sergeant-at-Arms of the Council meetings. The Sergeant-at-Arms shall carry out all orders and instructions given by the Mayor for the purpose of maintaining order and decorum at the Council meeting. Persons Authorized to be Within Rail: No person, except City officials, their representatives, and newspaper reporters, shall be permitted within the rail in front of the Council Chamber without the express consent of the Council. Agenda Tracking Numbers: All numbers listed in bold after the title of each Agenda item are City Clerk tracking numbers that are used for filing and research purposes.

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AGENDA Joint Regular Meeting ALHAMBRA CITY COUNCIL ALHAMBRA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY ALHAMBRA PARKING AUTHORITY City Council Chambers 111 South First Street September 9, 2013 5:30 p.m. ROLL CALL: COUNCIL: Sham, Messina, Yamauchi, Ayala, Placido PFA BOARD: Sham, Messina, Yamauchi, Ayala, Placido APA BOARD: Sham, Messina, Yamauchi, Ayala, Placido FLAG SALUTE: Led by Mayor Placido

READING OF ORDINANCE TITLES Government Code Section 36934 requires that all ordinances be read in full prior to City Council taking action on the ordinance. By listing the ordinance title on the Council agenda, Council may determine that the title has been read. Recommended Action: By motion, determine that the titles to all ordinances which appear on this public agenda have been read, and waive further reading. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MATTERS 1. NORTH FIRST STREET PARKING STRUCTURE: ISSUANCE OF PARKING LEASE REVENUE BONDS AND APPROVAL OF RELATED DOCUMENTS F2M13-31, R2M13-16, R2M13-17, APA R2M13-1, PFA R2M13-3 The City is planning to construct a 5 story, 292 space public parking structure in order to provide the public with convenient parking to access shops and restaurants located on and around Main Street. The plan is to issue up to $8.0 Million Lease Revenue Bonds (Parking Facility Project) Series 2013 (the Bonds) to finance construction of the parking structure. Due to length of inactivity of the Parking Authority, staff requests that the City Council reconfirm the need for the Alhambra Parking Authority. Staff also requests that the City Council and Alhambra Parking Authority Board approve the issuance of not to exceed $8,000,000 in Lease Revenue Bonds to finance the construction of the 5 story public parking structure to be located at 26 North First Street in the downtown area of the City, as well as approve all related lease and bond documents, preliminary bond official statement and form of bond purchase agreement. Finally, staff requests that the Alhambra Public Financing Authority Board approve the purchase of the Parking Lease Revenue Bonds and immediate resale thereof to the Underwriter, Piper Jaffray & Co. Recommended Action: City Council, the Alhambra Public Financing Authority Board of Directors, and the Alhambra Parking Authority Board of Directors, by one motion, take the following actions:

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City Council adopt Resolution No. R2M13-16 entitled: A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Alhambra, California, reconfirming the need for the Alhambra Parking Authority to function under and pursuant to the Parking Law of 1949; and, City Council adopt Resolution No. R2M13-17 entitled: A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Alhambra, California, approving the issuance of Lease Revenue Bonds (Public Parking Project) Series 2013, to be issued by the Alhambra Parking Authority, authorizing and approving a Site and Facility Lease, Lease Agreement, Preliminary Official Statement, Final Official Statement, Continuing Disclosure Agreement, and Bond Purchase Agreement; and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith; and, Alhambra Parking Authority Board of Directors adopt Resolution No. APA R2M13-1 entitled: A Resolution of the Alhambra Parking Authority approving the issuance of Lease Revenue Bonds (Public Parking Project) Series 2013, in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $8,000,000; approving a Site and Facility Lease, Lease Agreement, Assignment Agreement, an Indenture, Preliminary Official Statement, Final Official Statement, and Bond Purchase Agreement; and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith; and, Alhambra Public Financing Authority Board of Directors adopt Resolution No. PFA R2M13-3 entitled: A Resolution of the Alhambra Public Financing Authority authorizing the execution and delivery of a Bond Purchase Agreement with the Alhambra Parking Authority, the City of Alhambra and Piper Jaffray & Co.; and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith

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ACTIVITIES OF THE CITY AS THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY 2. RESOLUTION: CITY OF ALHAMBRA ACTING AS SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE ALHAMBRA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF CERTAIN REFUNDING BONDS F2M5-507, F2M1-69, F2M5-79, F2M5-509, R2M13-18 Staff requests that the Successor Agency of the Alhambra Redevelopment Agency Board (Agency) adopt a Resolution approving legal documents authorizing the issuance of and sale of tax allocation refunding bonds by the Agency to the County of Los Angeles Redevelopment Refunding Authority, which will sell bonds to investors. Recommended Action: City Council as the Successor Agency to the Alhambra Redevelopment Agency adopt Resolution No. R2M13-18 entitled: A Resolution of the City of Alhambra acting as Successor Agency to the Alhambra Redevelopment Agency, authorizing the issuance of its Successor Agency to the Alhambra Redevelopment Agency Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds, in one or more series; authorizing the execution and delivery of one or more Indentures, Local Obligation Purchase Contracts, Escrow Agreements and Continuing Disclosure Agreements and the preparation of one or more Official Statements and other matters related thereto, which resolution directs the Successor Agency to undertake proceedings for the refunding of the 2003 Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds, the Senior Tax Allocation Bonds, Series 3 9-9-13

2005A, and the Subordinate Tax Allocation Bonds, Series 2005B. CLOSED SESSION & CITY ATTORNEY ANNOUNCEMENT re SAME - F2M13-14 The City Council/PFA Board/APA Board will move into a closed session pursuant to applicable law, including the Brown Act (Government Code Sec. 54950, et seq.) for the purposes of conferring with the Citys Real Property Negotiator, and/or conferring with the City Attorney on potential and/or existing litigation, and/or discussing matters covered under Government Code Section 54957 (Personnel), and/or conferring with the Citys Labor Negotiators as follows; provided, however, prior to so moving into closed session, the City Attorney shall make any announcements required by the Brown Act pertaining to such closed session matters: Conference with Real Property Negotiator (Govt. Code Section 54956.8): None Conference with Legal Counsel--Existing Litigation (Govt. Code Section 54956.9(d)(1): Michael Paulson v. City of Alhambra, WCAB No. ADJ7253759; ADJ8390080 Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation: Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Govt. Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): 3 matters. Initiation of litigation pursuant to Govt. Code Section 54956.9(d)(4): 2 matters. Discussion of Personnel Matters (Govt. Code Section 54957): None Conference with Citys Labor Negotiator (Govt. Code Section 54957.6): Richard Bacio, Assistant City Manager/Personnel Director, re Management Employees, Alhambra Police Miscellaneous Association, Alhambra Police Officers Association, Alhambra Police Management Association, Alhambra Fire Fighters Association, and the Alhambra City Employees Association. RECONVENE & CITY ATTORNEY REPORT: In the event the City Council/PFA Board/APA Board moves into a closed session, the City Council/PFA Board/APA Board shall reconvene at 7:00 p.m. and the City Attorney shall report upon the closed session if required. CEREMONIALS 3. COMMENDATIONS: WEST SAN GABRIEL VALLEY YMCA AND CAMP TA TA POCHON VOLUNTEERS F2M13-3 Mayor PLACIDO and the Alhambra City Council, on behalf of the citizens of Alhambra, wish to recognize and commend the outstanding service of those individuals and organizations that volunteer for the YMCA of the West San Gabriel Valley and for the YMCAs Camp Ta Ta Pochon. The Camp Ta Ta Pochon Program, through the help of its volunteers, provides a rewarding camping experience for youth in the Alhambra community and greater Los Angeles area, including the Children and Mentors Program, a week-long camp hosted by the Alhambra Police Department and Police Department Explorers volunteers, which serves students of the Alhambra Unified School District. Other YMCA volunteers that have exemplified the true spirit of service above self by 4 9-9-13

dedicating their time to improving the programs, services and facilities of the YMCA and Camp Ta Ta Pochon are Alhambra residents, participants in the Alhambra Police Department Explorers Program, the Alhambra Fire Department, the Alhambra Police Department, the Alhambra Firefighters Association, the Alhambra Police Association and family members of the Police Department. Due to the dedication and efforts of all of these individuals/organizations, YMCA programs and services continue to thrive. Mayor PLACIDO will present commendations to the following individuals and organizations for their volunteer services: CAMP TA TA POCHON CHILDREN & MENTORS PROGRAM VOLUNTEERS ALFRED LIU JESSINDA REYES MARIO MEZA STEPHANIE RUIZ THOMAS DE LA TORRE NERY RODRIGUEZ EMMA RUVALCABA SOPHIA MUNOZ MARIBEL HUEZO TAYLOR PALOMINO SENIOR OFFICER KEITH EGGLESTON LIEUTENANT GARY LA GUARD CAMP TA TA POCHON CABIN RESTORATION PROJECT VOLUNTEERS SERGEANT ESTHER RODRIGUEZ LIEUTENANT DAN RODRIGUEZ LIEUTENANT GABRIEL PONCE COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER RICHARD OROZCO MIKE AUSTIN MICHAEL PONCE YMCA & CAMP TA TA POCHON VOLUNTEERS ALEXANDER CONSTANTINO VEGA CAPTAIN ROBERT GALVAN ALHAMBRA FIRE DEPARTMENT ALHAMBRA FIREFIGHERS ASSOCIATION ALHAMBRA POLICE DEPARTMENT ALHAMBRA POLICE ASSOCIATION COMMENDATIONS: ALHAMBRA BUSINESSES CORPORATE CITIZENS F2M13-3 RECOGNIZED AS GOOD

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Mayor PLACIDO and the Alhambra City Council, on behalf of the citizens of Alhambra, wish to recognize and commend two Alhambra businesses, ORTEL, A DIVISION OF EMCORE and MISSION CORRUGATED/MECURY DIE AND CONTAINTER, for being recognized by the County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County as Good 5 9-9-13

Corporate Citizens. This distinction signifies that both businesses, which have been described as significant industrial users of the wastewater management system, have met their limits for wastewater discharge for at least one year, maintained environmental equipment and fulfilled all County permit requirements. By fulfilling these requirements, these companies have demonstrated conscientious compliance, a step towards helping to protect the environment while saving water and energy. Mayor PLACIDO will present a commendation to Mr. Chris Larocca, COO of Emcore and Mr. Steve De Sena, Manager of Operations Support for Emcore. The commendation for Mission Corrugated/Mercury Die and Container will be mailed to their local office. PRESENTATION 5. ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION CONSENTING TO THE INCLUSION OF PROPERTIES WITHIN THE CITYS JURISDICTION IN THE CALIFORNIA HERO PROGRAM F2M13-43, R2M13-15 Staff requests that the City Council adopt a Resolution consenting to the inclusion of properties within the Citys jurisdiction in the California HERO Program to finance distributed generation renewable energy sources, energy and water efficiency improvements and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, and approving an amendment to a certain joint powers agreement related thereto. The California HERO Program is being offered to allow property owners in participating cities and counties to finance renewable energy, energy water efficiency improvements and electric vehicle charging infrastructure on their property. If a property owner chooses to participate, the improvements to be installed on such owners property will be financed by the issuance of bonds by a joint power authority, Western Riverside Council of Governments, secured by a voluntary contractual assessment levied on such owners property. Participation in the program is 100% voluntary. Property owners who wish to participate in the program agree to repay the money through the voluntary contractual assessment collected together with their property taxes. Recommended Action: City Council adopt Resolution No. R2M13-15 entitled: A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Alhambra, California, consenting to the inclusion of properties within the Citys jurisdiction in the California Hero Program to finance Distributed Generation Renewable Energy Sources, Energy and Water Efficiency Improvements and Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure and approving the Amendment to a certain Joint Powers Agreement related thereto CONSENT AGENDA (Item Nos. 6 14) All items listed under the Consent Agenda are considered by the City Council to be routine and will be enacted by one motion unless a citizen or Council member requests otherwise; in which case, the item will be removed for separate consideration. 6. MOU: MTA - NATIONAL TRANSIT DATABASE F2M3-72, C2M13-41, M2M13-94 Staff requests that the City Council approve a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for collecting and reporting Alhambra Community Transit and Senior Ride ridership data for 6 9-9-13

the National Transit Database for the reporting year 2011. The City of Alhambra is required to approve the MOU between MTA and the City and submit an invoice to the MTA prior to December 31, 2014 in order to receive payment. Recommended Action: City Council approve a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by and between the City of Alhambra and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) for collecting and reporting data for the National Transit Database for the Report Year 2011, subject to final language approval by the City Manager and City Attorney, a copy of which is on file in the City Clerks Office as Contract No. C2M13-41 and by this reference incorporated herein and made a part hereof as though fully set forth herein; direct the Director of Finance to invoice the MTA for the amount of $136,556 once the MOU is executed; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Councils action.. (M2M13-94)

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AWARD CONTRACT: PURCHASE OF CARBON FILTER MEDIA FOR THE GROUND WATER TREATMENT FACILITY - F2M9-61, C2M13-42, M2M13-95 The Groundwater Treatment Facility has fourteen carbon filters. As a part of the treatment process, filter media change-outs must be completed as media is exhausted. The Calgon Filtrasorb 300, manufactured by Calgon Carbon Corporation, is the only filter media that has been approved for use in the facility by the State Department of Public Health Services. Therefore, staff requests that the City Council award a contract to Calgon Carbon Corporation for the purchase of carbon filter media for the Groundwater Treatment Facility. Recommended Action: City Council award a contract to Calgon Carbon Corporation, subject to final language approval by the City Manager and the City Attorney, in an amount not to exceed $400,000 for the purchase of carbon filter media for the Ground Water Treatment Facility; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Councils action. (M2M13-95)

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AWARD CONTRACT: AGREEMENT FOR PARKING TICKET PROCESSING AND E-SUBPOENA SERVICES - F2M2-59, C2M13-43, M2M13-96 Staff requests that the City Council authorize a five year agreement between the City of Alhambra and the City of Inglewood for contract parking ticket processing and ESubpoena services. The parking ticket processing service agreement would be from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2018 and no cost increase per ticket is being imposed for the first year of the contract. However, the contract does allow for an annual Consumer Price Adjustment (CPI) not to exceed 5% in any one year thereafter. In addition to the parking ticket processing services, a service called E-Subpoena has been added to this agreement. The City of Inglewood is the sole provider for the E-Subpoena system through the Webiplex hosted service. E-Subpoena is an electronic notification management software system established County-wide for the purpose of delivering criminal subpoenas from the District Attorneys Office to law enforcement agencies. The system will reduce personnel time spent on subpoena control functions and reduce paper and postage cost. 7

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Recommended Action: City Council authorize a five year agreement between the City of Alhambra and the City of Inglewood, subject to final language approval by the City Manager and City Attorney, for contract parking ticket processing and E-Subpoena services; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Councils action. (M2M13-96) STEPHEN SHAM: APPROVE LEAVE OF ABSENCE F92-27, M2M13-99 Sec. 12 of the Alhambra City Charter provides in pertinent part that an elective office becomes vacant . . . if a member of the council . . . fails to attend the meetings of the council . . .of which he or she is a member for a like period (i.e., 30 consecutive days), without being excused therefrom by the council. Mr. Sham is not able to attend this evenings Council meeting as well as the September 23, 2013 meeting and the October 14, 2013 meeting for business reasons. Recommended Action: City Council excuse Mr. Sham from this evenings Regular Meeting of the Alhambra City Council as well as any and all Regular and/or Special Meetings of the Alhambra City Council which will be held on September 23, 2013 and October 14, 2013. (M2M13-99)

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AWARD CONTRACT: RETAINING WALL AT THE ALHAMBRA FIRE DEPARTMENT TRAINING FACILITY F2M1-45, C2M13-44, M2M13-97 Staff requests that the City Council award a contract to Damon Inc. for the construction of a retaining wall at the Alhambra Fire Department Training Facility located at 911 South New Avenue. The Fire Department has funding available to construct a classroom/training room at the existing training facility. Staff had plans designed and solicited bids to construct a retaining wall at the site in order to provide a suitable area to place a training room. The lowest bid was submitted by the Damon Inc., in the amount of $40,700. Staff has reviewed their bid and it was found to be in full compliance and conformance with the bid specifications. Recommended Action: City Council approve a contract, subject to final language approval by the City Manager and City Attorney, by and between the City of Alhambra and Damon Inc., the lowest responsible bidder, for the Retaining Wall at the Alhambra Fire Department Training Facility project in an amount not to exceed $40,700; approve the carryover funds from fiscal year 2012-2013 to 2013-2014 in the amount of $40,700; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Councils action. (M2M1397)

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CITY MANAGER CONTRACT - F2M13-23, C2M13-45, M2M13-98 Staff requests that the City Council consider approval of an Employment Agreement designating Mary Swink as the Citys City Manager. On August 12, 2013, the City Council conducted an evaluation of Ms. Swink and determined to appoint her as City Manager, subject to negotiation and approval of a contract. The proposed compensation 8

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and benefits in the Agreement are equal to that currently received by Ms. Swink as the Interim City Manager. Recommended Action: City Council approve that certain Employment Agreement by and between the City of Alhambra and Mary Swink a copy of which is on file in the City Clerks Office as Contract No. C2M13-45 and by this reference incorporated herein and made a part hereof as though fully set forth herein; and, direct staff to undertake the steps necessary to finalize Councils action. (M2M13-98)

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MINUTES Recommended Action: City Council review and approve as submitted the Minutes of the July 22, 2013 regular Meeting of the Alhambra City Council, the August 12, 2013 regular meeting of the Alhambra City Council and the August 26, 2013 regular meeting of the Alhambra City Council.

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PERSONNEL ACTIONS F2M13-2 Recommended Action: City Council ratify the actions of the City Manager set forth in that certain Personnel Actions document dated September 9, 2013 showing the various appointments, classifications, salary changes, etc., since the last City Council meeting.

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DEMANDS - F2M13-1 Recommended Action: City Council approve as submitted Final Check List (147388/147482 thru 147541) in the amount of $237,956.79 for the period ending August 1, 2013; Final Check List (147481/147542 thru 147660) in the amount of $438,794.34 for the period ending August 2, 2013; Final Check List (147661 thru 147723) in the amount of $24,358.87 for the period ending August 2, 2013; Final Check List (147724 thru 147869) in the amount of $396,686.31 for the period ending August 8, 2013; and Final Check List (147870 thru 147903) in the amount of $1,047,789.57 for the period ending August 9, 2013.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS (TIME LIMITATION - 5 MINUTES) Citizens wishing to address the Council/PFA Board/APA Board on any matter which is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council/PFA Board/APA Board not on the Agenda may do so at this time. Please state your NAME and ADDRESS CLEARLY for the record. Please note that while the City Council values your comments, pursuant to January 1, 1987 amendments to the Brown Act, the City Council cannot respond nor take any action until such time as the matter may appear as an item on forthcoming agendas.

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COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS (ANNOUNCEMENTS & FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS) F2M13-7 Each Councilmember/PFA Board Member/APA Board Member at his/her discretion may address the Council and public on matters of general information and/or concern, including announcements and future agenda items.

ADJOURNMENT: The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Alhambra City Council/Alhambra Public Financing Authority Board will be held on Monday, September 23, 2013 at 5:30 p.m., in the Alhambra City Hall Council Chambers, 111 South First Street, Alhambra, California. NOTICE Agenda Items: Copies of the staff reports or other written documentation relating to the items listed on this agenda are on file with the City Clerk in Alhambra City Hall, located at 111 South First Street, Alhambra, California, and are available for inspection during regular office hours, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Broadcast of Meeting: The regular meetings of the Alhambra City Council are recorded and are broadcast on Charter Channel 3 at 7:30 p.m. on the Thursdays and Mondays following the meeting. Recordings are also available for viewing by the public at the Alhambra Public Library and, upon appointment, in the Administrative Services Department. Americans with Disabilities Act: If you require special assistance to participate in any City meeting (including assisted listening devices), please contact the City Clerk's Office (626) 5705090. Notification of at least 72 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

LAUREN MYLES, CMC CITY CLERK

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