MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE CYPRESS CITY COUNCIL HELD JUNE 11, 2012

A regular meeting of the Cypress City Council was called to order at 5:01 p.m. by Mayor Bailey in the Executive Board Room, 5275 Orange Avenue, Cypress, California.

Members present:
Mayor Doug Bailey
Mayor Pro Tem Prakash Narain
Council Member Phil Luebben
Council Member Leroy Mills
Council Member Todd Seymore

Staff present:
City Manager John Bahorski
City Attorney William Wynder
Successor Agency Counsel Dan Slater
Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance and Administrative Services Richard Storey
Public Works Director Doug Dancs
Recreation and Community Services Director June Liu
Assistant City Engineer Kamran Dadbeh
Assistant Director of Finance and Administrative Services Matt Burton
Public Works Superintendent Bobby Blackburn
Planning Manager Doug Hawkins
Administrative Services Manager Andrew Tse
City Clerk Denise Basham

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:

Chris Bardis, Los Alamitos Race Track, thanked City staff for their assistance with Measure L and the proposed ballot measure.

WORKSHOP SESSION:

The City Manager stated that the purpose of the workshop is to allow the City Council to provide input to the applicants on the proposed ballot initiative and that this process would be the same as was done for Measure L. 

Jack Rubens, Los Alamitos Race Track, Counsel, discussed the proposed zoning changes for the property located on Cerritos Avenue and the Los Alamitos Race Track (LART) area. 

Council Member Mills asked if all three parts of the proposed ballot initiative would be represented to the public and summarized at a high level clarifying the zoning changes.

Mr. Rubens responded in the affirmative and commented that the message would be refined for clarification based on the experience from the Measure L signature gathering.

Council Member Seymore commented that the proposed ballot initiative should include residential/business and encompass other aspects. 

Mayor Pro Tem Narain commented that residents living in the neighborhood will want to know what is being built and that open space is important. 

Council Member Mills stated that the proposed ballot initiative should be asking for authorization from residents to move from Measure D limitations to increased zoning and not for approval of a specific development.

Council Member Luebben suggested that Measure D be completely removed from the process and that the zoning be changed for the entire area according to the LART General Plan. 

Mr. Bardis commented that the race track is a fragile industry and that changing the entire area could hurt the horse racing industry. 

The City Attorney stated that the repeal of Measure D City-wide would affect other stakeholders such as churches and the cemetery. 

Council Member Luebben asked about Planning Area 1 and the idea behind the neighborhood commercial uses, and if a small neighborhood park would be a better use of the land. 

The City Manager responded that the purpose is to provide resident-serving businesses in the proximity to balance the project. 

Council Member Seymore asked about the boundary line for the Los Alamitos Unified School District and if some of the area residents would attend Los Alamitos High School. 

Mayor Pro Tem Narain inquired as to the park location.

The Planning Manager replied that the park location would be based upon the total number of dwellings developed on the site and that the estimated calculation would be for a 1.65 acre park. 

Mr. Bardis suggested that consideration should be given for creation of a Development Agreement. 

Mayor Pro Tem Narain suggested that staff look into a park that is 2.5 -3 acres. 

The Public Works Director reviewed issues discussed with the applicants including residential zoning density, park dedication, mixed use commercial, the Cerritos Avenue Street frontage/trees, and development agreements. 

The City Manager indicated that the reimbursement/development agreements would include financial support from the applicants, as well as community outreach.

Mayor Bailey asked if the 183 homes would be in the RS-6000 density. 

The Planning Manager responded that half of the homes would be in the RS-6000 density and half would be in the RS-5000 density.  He indicated that there would be fewer units in RS-6000. 

Council Member Seymore asked how the density split is determined.

The City Manager commented that a variety of home sizes would provide better neighborhood compatibility.

Frank Sherrin, Los Alamitos Race Track, commented that the Los Alamitos Race Track has seen a down trend and that barns are at capacity. 

Council Member Luebben asked about the lot size of RS-6000 and RS-5000. 

The Planning Manager responded that the square footage for RS-6000 is approximately 2,400 and the square footage for RS-5000 is approximately 2,000.

The City Attorney explained the process and theory of the RS-5000 zoning which would include public input.

Mayor Bailey asked about the current home selling prices of properties in the area.

Mr. Bardis stated that the type of homes to be built has not yet been determined. 

CLOSED SESSION:

The City Attorney reported that the City Council would be meeting in Closed Session regarding Conference with Real Property Negotiators, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8, Real Property Identified by APN Number 242-332-01, Located at 4545 Myra Avenue, Negotiating Party: City Manager, Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment. 

The City Attorney reported that the City of Cypress/Successor Agency would be meeting in Closed Session regarding Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b)(1), (b)(1)(3)(A), and (c), Number of Cases: One. 

At 5:45 p.m., the Mayor recessed the meeting.

7:00 P.M. SESSION:

The 7:00 p.m. session of the City Council meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Bailey.

Members present:
Mayor Doug Bailey
Mayor Pro Tem Prakash Narain
Council Member Phil Luebben
Council Member Leroy Mills
Council Member Todd Seymore

Staff present:
City Manager John Bahorski
City Attorney William Wynder
Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance and Administrative Services Richard Storey
Police Chief Jackie Gomez-Whiteley
Public Works Director Doug Dancs
Recreation and Community Services Director June Liu
Assistant City Engineer Kamran Dadbeh
Assistant Director of Finance and Administrative Services Matt Burton
Public Works Superintendent Bobby Blackburn
Planning Manager Doug Hawkins
Human Resources Manager Cathy Thompson
Administrative Services Manager Andrew Tse
City Clerk Denise Basham

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Council Member Mills.

INVOCATION:  The invocation was given by City Attorney Wynder.

REPORT OF WORKSHOP AGENDA/CLOSED SESSION:

The Mayor asked for the report of the Workshop Agenda items discussed earlier in the evening.

The City Manager reported that the City Council held a workshop regarding Measure D and a second ballot initiative for the Los Alamitos Race Track property.  Het stated that a general overview was provided for informational purposes only and that no action was taken.

The Mayor asked for the report of the Closed Session Agenda items discussed earlier in the evening.

The City Attorney reported that the City of Cypress/Successor Agency met in Closed Session regarding Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b)(1), (b)(1)(3)(A), and (c), Number of Cases: One.  He stated that no decision was made to initiate litigation and that there was a request for further analysis and further periodic updates with the final decision to be made, if at all, at a later date. 

The City Attorney reported that the City Council met in Closed Session regarding Conference with Real Property Negotiators, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8, Real Property Identified by APN Number 242-332-01, Located at 4545 Myra Avenue, Negotiating Party: City Manager, Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment.  He stated that there was a privileged and confidential briefing on the timing of negotiations and whether there should be a period of extended negotiations.  He indicated that the City Attorney’s office was directed to write a letter to the Cypress School District setting forth the position of the City and requesting a formal agreement regarding the timing of negotiations, with Council Members Seymore and Luebben voting no.  He stated that depending on the outcome of the communication and the Cypress School District’s response, staff would then be authorized to share with the Cypress School District certain appraisal information that the City has obtained for the property at 4545 Myra Avenue.

No other action was taken in Closed Session, nor was any solicited.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:   LIMITED TO ONE-HALF HOUR.  (THREE MINUTES PER SPEAKER, SPEAKING ONCE.)

Mayor Bailey asked anyone who wished to speak on any topic not included on the meeting Agenda to come forward.

None.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:    7:00 P.M. (PUBLIC COMMENTS RESTRICTED TO TEN MINUTES PER SPEAKER, UNLESS EXTENDED BY THE CITY COUNCIL).

Item No. 1:   PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2012-13 BUDGET FOR THE CYPRESS RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT.

The Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance and Administrative Services provided background information on this item.

Council Member Seymore asked for clarification on the proposed revenues and the ending fund balance.

The Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance replied that there is an annual surplus for use toward capital projects, one-time expenditures, contingencies, or cash flow within the Cypress Recreation and Park District.  He assured that the budget is balanced. 

The public hearing was opened.

Mayor Bailey asked if there was anyone who wished to speak in favor of the item.

Mayor Bailey asked if there was anyone who wished to speak against the item.

The public hearing was closed.

Council Member Mills requested that the spot lights for the PowerPoint presentation screen at the Cypress Senior Citizens Center have electrical separation from the wall.

The Public Works Director responded that bids have been received for the project with the lowest bid being $530.

The Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance and Administrative Services replied that based on the low dollar amount of the bids, the project could be absorbed into the Cypress Recreation and Park District budget without City Council action.

It was moved by Council Member Seymore and seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Narain, that the City Council, acting as the ex-officio governing Board of Directors of the Cypress Recreation and Park District, adopt the District Budget as proposed for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 after the conclusion of the public hearing.

The motion was unanimously carried by the following roll call vote:

AYES:        5    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   Luebben, Mills, Seymore, Narain and Bailey
NOES:        0    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   None
ABSENT:    0    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   None

Item No. 2:   PUBLIC HEARING AND ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2012-13 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2018-19 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE CITY OF CYPRESS AND CYPRESS RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT.

The Public Works Director provided background information on this item.

Mayor Pro Tem Narain asked how many intersections with cameras will be on the City’s website.

The Assistant City Engineer stated that there would be 16 intersection cameras on Valley View Street between Lincoln Avenue and Katella Avenue. 

Council Member Luebben asked if the cameras are live feed or if there is a taping mechanism.

The Public Works Director stated it will be a live feed on the website.

Council Member Luebben asked about storm drain funding. 

The Assistant City Manager/Director of Finance and Administrative Services stated that $6 million from the storm drain fund was shifted back into the infrastructure fund which would become available for whatever is requested to be spent with the assumption that it would be the storm drain fund. 

Council Member Luebben commented on the transfer of sidewalk modification/repair in Los Angeles County to the property owners and asked if Orange County cities are moving in this direction.

The Public Works Director stated that very few agencies use the Improvement Act of 1911. 

The public hearing was opened.

Mayor Bailey asked if there was anyone who wished to speak in favor of the item.

Mayor Bailey asked if there was anyone who wished to speak against the item.

The public hearing was closed.

Council Member Mills commented on the sewer construction on Lincoln Avenue and asked for City Council approval to not reinstall the bow-outs on the street when the project is completed.

Council Member Luebben inquired as to if that would be uniformly available as a solution on Lincoln Avenue as some of the bow-outs serve a purpose. 

The Public Works Director stated that there are two midblock bow-outs that were removed for traffic purposes and that staff could work with the contractor to replace them with curb and gutter as part of the project contingency. 

It was moved by Council Member Mills and seconded by Council Member Seymore, that the City Council, and acting as the ex-officio governing Board of Directors of the Cypress Recreation and Park District: 1) Conduct a public hearing to solicit comments on the City’s proposed Fiscal Year 2012-13 through Fiscal Year 2018-19 Capital Improvement Program (CIP); and 2) Upon closing the public hearing, formally adopt the City of Cypress/Cypress Recreation and Park District Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Year 2012-13 through Fiscal Year 2018-19, as amended to not reinstall the two removed bow-outs.

The motion was unanimously carried by the following roll call vote:

AYES:        5    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   Luebben, Mills, Seymore, Narain and Bailey
NOES:        0    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   None
ABSENT:    0    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   None

CONSENT CALENDAR:

All matters listed on the Agenda under “Consent Calendar” are to be considered by the City Council to be routine and will be enacted by one motion approving the recommendations listed on the Agenda.

It was moved by Council Member Seymore and seconded by Council Member Mills, to approve Consent Calendar Items No. 3 through 18.

The motion was unanimously carried by the following roll call vote:

AYES:        5    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   Luebben, Mills, Seymore, Narain and Bailey
NOES:        0    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   None
ABSENT:    0    COUNCIL MEMBERS:   None

Item No. 3:   APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS OF MAY 22 AND MAY 29, 2012.

Recommendation:   That the City Council approve the Minutes of the Meetings of May 22 and May 29, 2012, as submitted.

Item No. 4:   MOTION TO INTRODUCE AND/OR ADOPT ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS PRESENTED FOR CONSIDERATION BY TITLE ONLY AND TO WAIVE FURTHER READING.

Item No. 5:   CONFIRMATION OF APPOINTMENTS TO FILL FOUR COMMISSIONER VACANCIES.

Recommendation:   That the City Council confirm the appointments of four (4) Commissioners, each serving four-year terms, effective July 1, 2012.

Item No. 6:   IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PUBLIC AGENCY RETIREMENT SERVICES (PARS) SUPPLEMENTAL RETIREMENT PLAN (SRP).

Recommendation:   That the City Council implement the Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) Supplemental Retirement Plan (SRP).

Item No. 7:   AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE PERMIT NO. 2004-04, A REQUEST TO MODIFY AND EXPAND AN EXISTING STEALTH, ROOF-MOUNTED ANTENNA FACILITY LOCATED AT 6101 BALL ROAD IN THE CG-10,000 COMMERCIAL GENERAL ZONE.

Recommendation:   That the City Council adopt the Resolution by title only, approving Amendment No. 2 to Design Review Committee Permit No. 2004-04, subject to the amended conditions in Exhibit “A” of the Resolution.

RESOLUTION NO. 6311

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS,
APPROVING AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO DESIGN REVIEW COMMITTEE
PERMIT NO. 2004-04 – WITH CONDITIONS.

Item No. 8:   AWARD OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR ON-CALL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT/ENGINEERING SUPPORT/TESTING AND INSPECIATION SERVICES.

Recommendation:   That the City Council: 1) Award a Professional Contract Services Agreement for On-Call Construction  Management/Engineering Support/Testing and Inspection Services to Vali Cooper and Associates, Inc. (VC&A), Santa Ana, California; and 2) Award a Professional Contract Services Agreement for On-Call Construction Management/Engineering Support/Testing and Inspection Services to AKM Consulting Engineers, Inc. (AKM), Irvine, California; and 3) Direct the Director of Public Works/City Engineer to act as Contract Officer.

Item No. 9:   APPROVAL OF THE CITY ENGINEER’S REPORT AND RENEWAL OF CYPRESS CORPORATE CENTER LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICT NO. 1 FOR THE LANDSCAPED BERM ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE STANTON CHANNEL. PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT NO. 8615-90.

Recommendation:   That the City Council adopt the Resolutions by title only, approving the City Engineer’s Report and establishing a public hearing for July 23, 2012, declaring the City Council’s intention to order the renewal of Cypress Corporate Center Landscape Maintenance District No. 1 for the maintenance of the landscaping and irrigation system on the berm on the north side of the Stanton Channel.

RESOLUTION NO. 6312

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS,
APPROVING THE CITY ENGINEER’S REPORT DATED JUNE 11, 2012,
IN CONNECTION WITH THE RENEWAL OF CYPRESS CORPORATE
CENTER LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICT NO. 1.

RESOLUTION NO. 6313

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS,
CALIFORNIA, DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO ORDER THE RENEWAL
OF CYPRESS CORPORATE CENTER LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
DISTRICT NO. 1 FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012-13, PURSUANT TO THE
LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING ACT OF 1972, AND FIXING A
TIME AND PLACE FOR HEARING OBJECTIONS THERETO.

Item No. 10:  ACCEPTANCE OF THE LEFT TURN SIGNAL MODIFICATION ON VALLEY VIEW STREET AT ORANGEWOOD AVENUE AND FRED DRIVE, PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT NO. 2010-10.

Recommendation:   That the City Council: 1) Accept the Left Turn Signal Modification on Valley View Street at Orangewood Avenue and Fred Drive, Public Works Project No. 2010-10, as being satisfactorily completed in conformance with the project specifications, in the final amount of $91,933.45; and 2) Approve the final retention payment of $9,193.34 to California Professional Engineering Inc., La Puente, California, thirty-five (35) days after Notice of Completion is filed, if no claims or objections have been field; and 3) Authorize the City Clerk to release the Labor and Materials Bond and the Faithful Performance Bond upon expiration of the required lien period, if no claims or objections have been filed, upon concurrence of the Director of Public Works.

Item No. 11:  APPROVAL OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE FIBER OPTIC INSTALLATION AND UPRGRADE OF THE CCTV SYSTEM ON LINCOLN/MOODY/WALKER/ORANGE (PHASE 3), PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT NO. 2011-11.

Recommendation:   That the City Council approve the plans and specifications for the Fiber Optic Installation and Upgrade of the CCTV System on Lincoln/Moody/Walker/Orange (Phase 3), Public Works Project No. 2011-11.

Item No. 12:  APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS FROM THE EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT FUND AND NARCOTICS ASSET SEIZURE FUND FOR THE PURCHASE OF DIGITAL AUDIO RECORDERS AND RELATED COMPUTER SOFTWARE.

Recommendation:   That the City Council: 1) Approve the appropriation of $29,497 to account number 721-95300.4305_200 (Equipment – Police) from the Equipment Replacement Fund (721) fund balance for the purchase of seventy (70) digital audio recorders and related computer software; and 2) Approve a transfer in the amount of $29,497 from the unreserved fund balance of the Narcotics Asset Seizure Fund (281-99999.4501_721) to the Equipment Replacement Fund (721-99999.3901_281) to fund a portion of the digital audio recorders and related computer software purchase; and 3) Award a contract to Versatile Information Products, Inc., 3630 Park Sierra Drive, Riverside, CA 92505, in the amount of $41,497 for the purchase of seventy (70) digital audio recorders and related computer software; and 4) Make a finding, pursuant to Cypress Municipal Code § 21A-10(f), that it is in the best interest of the City to dispense with bidding of this purchase because, pursuant to Cypress Municipal Code § 21A-18, there exists a situation where procurement of this digital audio recorder and related computer software is obtainable only from Versatile Information Products, Inc. for its proprietary software and hardware that meet evidentiary requirements.

Item No. 13:  APPROVAL OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CITY OF CYPRESS AND THE COUNTY OF ORANGE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY REALIGNMENT AND POST-RELEASE COMMUNITY SUPERVISION ENHANCED LAW ENFORCEMENT OVERTIME SERVICES.

Recommendation:   That the City Council: 1) Approve a Memorandum of Understanding (M.O.U.) with the County of Orange for the period that began on October 1, 2011, and will expire on June 30, 2012, authorizing the City of Cypress to receive reimbursement when assisting probation in supervising individuals released pursuant to AB 109; and 2) Grant signature authority to the positions of City Manager, Finance Director, or Police Chief to execute such application(s) as may be necessary to obtain reimbursement of overtime services rendered by Cypress Police Department personnel assigned to perform services under this M.O.U. for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 and subsequent years.

Item No. 14:  RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE CITY OF CYPRESS’ FISCAL YEAR 2012-13 APPROPRIATION LIMIT.

Recommendation:   That the City Council adopt the Resolution by title only, establishing the City’s Fiscal Year 2012-13 appropriation limit.

RESOLUTION NO. 6314

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS,
ESTABLISHING THE CITY’S APPROPRIATION LIMIT FOR THE
2012-13 FISCAL YEAR.

Item No. 15:  ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2012-13 BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF CYPRESS.

Recommendation:   That the City Council adopt the Resolution by title only, approving the City’s annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012.

RESOLUTION NO. 6315

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS,
APPROVING THE ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR
COMMENCING JULY 1, 2012 AND FIXING THE LIMITATIONS
OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE SEVERAL FUNDS AND THE
FUNCTIONS, DEPARTMENTS, AND ACTIVITIES CARRIED ON
UNDER SUCH FUNDS.

Item No. 16:  ADOPTION OF ANNUAL STATEMENT OF INVESTMENT POLICY.

Recommendation:   That the City Council, acting as the ex-officio governing Board of Directors of the Cypress Recreation and Park District, adopt the Resolution by title only, regarding the adoption of the Annual Statement of Investment Policy.

RESOLUTION NO. 6316

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS,
AND ACTING AS THE EX-OFFICIO GOVERNING BOARD OF
DIRECTORS OF THE CYPRESS RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT,
ADOPTING THE ANNUAL STATEMENT OF INVESTMENT POLICY.

Item No. 17:  APPROVAL OF COMMERCIAL WARRANT LIST AND WIRE TRANSFERS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 FOR WARRANTS NO. 22252 THROUGH 22410.

Recommendation:   That the City Council approve the attached warrant register and wire transfers for Fiscal Year 2011-12.

Recreation and Park District Matters:

Item No. 18:  RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE CYPRESS RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT’S FISCAL YEAR 2012-13 APPROPRIATION LIMIT.

Recommendation:   That the City Council, acting as the ex-officio governing Board of Directors of the Cypress Recreation and Park District, adopt the Resolution by title only, establishing the District’s Fiscal Year 2012-13 appropriation limit.

RESOLUTION NO. 6317

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS,
EX-OFFICIO GOVERNING BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CYPRESS
RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT, A SUBSIDIARY DISTRICT OF THE
CITY OF CYPRESS ESTABLISHING THE CYPRESS RECREATION
AND PARK DISTRICT’S APPROPRIATION LIMIT FOR THE 2012-13
FISCAL YEAR.

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR

NEW BUSINESS:

No items.

RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT MATTERS:  The Cypress City Council, Acting as the Ex Officio Governing Board of Directors.

No items.

SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE CYPRESS REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MATTERSThe Cypress City Council, Acting as the Successor Agency to the Cypress Redevelopment Agency.

No items.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:  For Matters Not on the Agenda.

None.

ITEMS FROM CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS:

Mayor Bailey requested reports from the Council Members on their respective committee assignments.

Council Member Luebben:

Attended a SCAG Energy and Environment Committee meeting.  Discussed the June 5, 2012 Primary Election.

Mayor Pro Tem Narain:

Attended an O.C. Public Library Advisory Board meeting.  Participated in a ride-along with Police Chief Gomez-Whiteley.  Attended the Anaheim Union High School District State of the District address.

Council Member Seymore:

Attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for Komyo.  Met with Chris Bardis and Frank Sherrin, Los Alamitos Race Track, regarding the upcoming proposed ballot measure.

Council Member Mills:

Participated as a reviewer of senior portfolios at Oxford Academy.  Attended an ACC-OC Legislative Committee meeting.  Attended an Oversight Board meeting.  Completed the required National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) Training presented by the Cypress Police Department.  Attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for Komyo.  Attended SCAG meetings.  Attended the Cypress College Foundation retirement reception honoring Dr. Kasler.  Attended an OCCOG Executive Management Committee meeting.

Mayor Bailey:

Asked about fiber optic availability for cable and internet.

The Public Works Director stated that AT&T has 80% of the City and Verizon has indicated that they are not yet ready to install in Cypress.

Attended the quarterly BRACE meeting.  Participated in Oxford Academy tour and visit with Senator Dianne Feinstein.  Attended an Oversight Board meeting.  Completed the required National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) Training presented by the Cypress Police Department.  Attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for Komyo.  Attended  an Anaheim Union High School District Foundation meeting.

ITEMS FROM CITY MANAGER: 

No items.

ADJOURNMENT: Mayor Bailey adjourned the meeting at 7:54 p.m. to Monday, June 25, 2012, beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the Executive Board Room.

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MAYOR OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS

ATTEST:

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CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF CYPRESS

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