Saturday, January 2, 2010

CITY COUNCIL: AGENDA & MINUTES January 2010

AGENDA
Regular Meeting
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
4:30 p.m., Open Session


Live video streaming available at:
www.ci.carmel.ca.us

Broadcast date
Sunday, January 10, 2010
8:00 a.m., KMST Channel 26

City Hall
East side of Monte Verde Street between Ocean and Seventh Avenues

Hearing assistance units are available to the public for meetings held in the Council Chambers

The City Council welcomes your interest and participation. If you want to speak on an agenda item during its review, you may do so when the Mayor opens the item for public comment. Persons are not required to give their names but it is helpful in order that the City Clerk may identify them in the minutes of the meeting. Please keep remarks to a maximum of three (3) minutes, or as otherwise established by the City Council. Always speak into the microphone, as the meeting is recorded on tape.

I. Call to Order

II. Roll Call

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Extraordinary Business
A. Recognition of the 2009 Carmel High School Padres football team as Central Coast Section champions.

V. Announcements from Closed Session, from City Council Members and the City Administrator
A. Announcements from Closed Session

B. Announcements from City Council members (Council members may ask a question for clarification, make a brief announcement or report on his or her activities)

C. Announcements from City Administrator
1. Presentation from the Carmel Chamber of Commerce.

2. Present budget calendar for FY 2010/2011.

3. Receive report on the Carmel Police Department Juvenile Diversion program.

VI. Appearances
Anyone wishing to address the City Council on matters within the jurisdiction of the City and are not on the agenda may do so now. Matters not appearing on the City Council’s agenda will not receive action at this meeting but may be referred to staff for a future meeting. Presentations will be limited to three (3) minutes, or as otherwise established by the City Council. Persons are not required to give their names, but it is helpful for speakers to state their names in order that the City Clerk may identify them in the minutes of the meeting. Always speak into the microphone, as the meeting is recorded on tape.

VII. Consent Calendar
These matters include routine financial and administrative actions, which are usually approved by a single majority vote. Individual items may be removed from Consent by a member of the Council or the public for discussion and action.

A. Ratify the minutes for the regular meeting of December 1, 2009.

B. Ratify the bills paid for the month of December 2009.

C. Consideration of a Resolution certifying the results of the General Municipal Election held on November 3, 2009.

D. Consideration of a Resolution authorizing the use of one of the City’s free use days at Sunset Center on August 28, 2010 for a fundraising event benefiting the Carmel Youth Center.

E. Consideration of a Resolution approving the closure of Mission Street between 6th Avenue and Ocean Avenue for the Carmel Art Festival, to be held May 13-16, 2010.

F. Consideration of a Resolution extending the agreement with the City of Monterey to provide interim Fire Administration and Emergency Incident Management Services.

G.Consideration of a Resolution amending the Memorandum of Understanding between the City or Carmel-by-the-Sea and the Carmel International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF).

H. Consideration of a Resolution authorizing the acceptance of a $16,000 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant to acquire two mobile data computers for City fire trucks and approval of a required grant match of $5,000 in City funds.

I. Consideration of a Resolution entering into an agreement with DD Evans Consulting /Dadiw Associates to provide financial management services at an annual cost of $84,000.

VIII. Public Hearings
If you challenge the nature of the proposed action in Court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing.
A. None.

IX. Ordinances
A. Consideration of an Ordinance abandoning and discontinuing use of the Flanders Mansion Parcel for park purposes. (First Reading)

X. Resolutions
None.

XI. Orders of Council
A. Consideration of recommendations from the Traffic and Safety Committee to add designated parking stalls along Monte Verde and Casanova Streets between Eighth and Ninth Avenues surrounding the Golden Bough Theatre.

B. Scheduling Future City Council meetings – Please Bring Your Calendar

XII. Adjournment

The next meeting of the City Council will be:
Regular Council Meeting – 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Council Chambers

The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea does not discriminate against persons with disabilities. Carmel-by-the-Sea City Hall is an accessible facility. The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea telecommunications device for the Deaf/Speech Impaired (T.D.D.) number is 1-800-735- 2929.

The City Council Chambers is equipped with a portable microphone for anyone unable to come to the podium. Assisted listening devices are available upon request of the City Clerk. If you need assistance, please advise Heidi Burch as to which item you would like to comment on and the microphone will be brought to you.

Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on this agenda will be made available for public inspection at Carmel-by-the-Sea City Hall, on the east side of Monte Verde Street, between Ocean and 7th Avenues, during normal business hours.

MINUTES
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
January 5, 2010


I. CALL TO ORDER
The regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, was held on the above date at the stated hour of 4:32 p.m. Mayor McCloud called the meeting to order.

II. ROLL CALL
PRESENT: Council Members Hazdovac, Rose, Sharp, Talmage & McCloud
STAFF PRESENT: Rich Guillen, City Administrator
Don Freeman, City Attorney
Heidi Burch, City Clerk
George Rawson, Public Safety Director
Mike Calhoun, Police Commander
Sean Conroy, Planning and Building Services Manager

III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Members of the audience joined the Mayor and Council Members in the Pledge of Allegiance.

IV. EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS
A. Recognition of the 2009 Carmel High School Padres football team as Central Coast Section champions.

Mayor McCloud presented the Certificate of Appreciation to the coach and the football team.

V. ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM CLOSED SESSION, FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS AND THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR
A. Announcements from Closed Session.
City Attorney Don Freeman reported that Council had met in Closed Session on Monday, January 4, 2010. They discussed two matters of current litigation. There was no discussion regarding labor negotiations. There were no announcements for the public.

B. Announcements from City Council members.
Council Member Rose noted that there is no cause for concern over the County’s ambulance contract.

Mayor McCloud noted that the City dropped off about 1,400 pounds of household batteries to the Waste Management District in 2009 for recycling. She also noted that a Silicon Valley foundation had made a donation for the purchase of “mutt mitts”. Finally she asked the audience to remember Virginia Evans, a well-known Carmel resident, who recently passed away at the age of 102 years.

C. Announcements from City Administrator
1. Presentation from the Carmel Chamber of Commerce.
Vicki Lynch, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Carmel Chamber of Commerce made the presentation outlining last year’s membership and financial figures and the goals for the upcoming year.

2. Present budget calendar for FY 2010/2011.
City Administrator Rich Guillen reviewed the revised budget calendar and noted that the first workshop would be held on March 23rd.

3. Receive report on the Carmel Police Department Juvenile Diversion program.
Commander Mike Calhoun and Sergeant Paul Tomasi made the presentation and answered questions about the program.

VI. APPEARANCES
Mayor McCloud opened the meeting to public comment at 5:14 p.m.

Barbara Livingston discussed the cancellation of an event planned by the Carmel Residents Association for January 21st.

Michael Katakis thanked the Carmel Fire Department for its speedy response to a medical emergency at his home.

August Beacham announced that Ian Watts had succeeded him as president of the International Association of Fire Fighters and detailed some recent fire training exercises.

Meredith Crowell discussed the downtown business climate.

Mayor McCloud closed the meeting to public comment at 5:25 p.m.

VII. CONSENT CALENDAR
A. Ratify the minutes for the regular meeting of December 1, 2009.

B. Ratify the bills paid for the month of December 2009.

C. Consideration of a Resolution certifying the results of the General Municipal Election held on November 3, 2009.

D. Consideration of a Resolution authorizing the use of one of the City’s free use days at Sunset Center on August 28, 2010 for a fundraising event benefiting the Carmel Youth Center.

E. Consideration of a Resolution approving the closure of Mission Street between 6th Avenue and Ocean Avenue for the Carmel Art Festival, to be held May 13-16, 2010.

F. Consideration of a Resolution extending the agreement with the City of Monterey to provide interim Fire Administration and Emergency Incident Management Services.

G. Consideration of a Resolution amending the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and the Carmel International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF).

H. Consideration of a Resolution authorizing the acceptance of a $16,000 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant to acquire two mobile data
computers for City fire trucks and approval of a required grant match of $5,000 in City funds.

I. Consideration of a Resolution entering into an agreement with DD Evans
Consulting/Dadiw Associates to provide financial management services at an annual cost of $84,000.

Barbara Livingston pulled Item “E” to make a suggestion about opening up
Devendorf Park for greater visibility during special events.

Council Member Hazdovac pulled Item “F” to comment about how the current
arrangement with the City of Monterey has allowed for increased training and education opportunities for City firefighters.

Carolyn Hardy pulled Item “G” to thank the Carmel firefighters for helping the City by delaying their planned salary increase.

Council Member Talmage pulled Item “I” to comment that the contract with Dewey Evans and Laura Dadiw was for an interim period and that the City would be seeking a permanent solution.

Council Member ROSE moved to approve Consent Agenda Items A-I, seconded by Council Member HAZDOVAC and carried by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: HAZDOVAC; ROSE; SHARP; TALMAGE & McCLOUD
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE
ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE

VIII. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. None.

IX. ORDINANCES
A. Consideration of an Ordinance abandoning and discontinuing use of the Flanders Mansion Parcel for park purposes. (First Reading)

Planning and Building Services Manager Sean Conroy gave a brief overview.

City Attorney Don Freeman read into the record a letter from attorney Susan Brandt-Hawley on behalf of the Flanders Foundation and outlined the legal process and timetable for the court case.

Mayor McCloud opened the meeting to public comment at 5:38 p.m.

Monte Miller discussed public access to the park and the promised construction of improved trails and a small parking lot.

Mayor McCloud closed the meeting to public comment at 5:42 p.m.

Council Member ROSE moved to adopt the ordinance abandoning and discontinuing use of the Flanders Mansion Parcel for park purposes, seconded by Council Member TALMAGE and carried by the following roll call:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: HAZDOVAC; ROSE; SHARP; TALMAGE & McCLOUD
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE

X. RESOLUTIONS
None

XI. ORDERS OF COUNCIL
A. Consideration of recommendations from the Traffic and Safety Committee to add designated parking stalls along Monte Verde and Casanova Streets between Eighth and Ninth Avenues surrounding the Golden Bough Theatre.
Planning and Building Services Manager Sean Conroy presented the staff report.

Mayor McCloud opened the meeting to public comment at 5:52 p.m.

Bill Souveroff, a Casanova Street resident, said he supports the plan.

Brian Congleton, the architect working with the neighbors, requests a passenger dropoff zone.

Stephen Moorer, executive director of PacRep, expressed the concern that a drop-off zone would further eliminate parking and that there already is a driveway for drop-offs and loading at the theater.

Mayor McCloud closed the meeting to public comment at 6:10 p.m.

Council Member ROSE moved approval of the recommendations of the Traffic and Safety Committee to add designated parking stalls along Monte Verde and
Casanova Streets between Eighth and Ninth Avenues surrounding the Golden Bough Theatre with no drop-off area, seconded by Council Member SHARP and
carried by the following roll call:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: HAZDOVAC; ROSE; SHARP; TALMAGE & McCLOUD
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE

XII. ADJOURNMENT
Mayor McCloud declared the meeting adjourned at 6:22 p.m.

Respectfully submitted, ATTEST:
_____________________________ _____________________________
Heidi Burch, City Clerk MAYOR SUE McCLOUD

CITY COUNCIL: Check Register January 2010

Check No Check Date Vendor Name Net Amount Expense Account Account Name

74385 1/6/2010 AFLAC $1,134.97 01 21160 INSURANCE PREM. PAID BY EE'
74385 1/6/2010 AFLAC $298.13 01 21160 INSURANCE PREM. PAID BY EE'
119439 1/19/2010 AFLAC $10.00 01 64017 0005 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119439 1/19/2010 AFLAC $10.00 01 67017 0005 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119439 1/19/2010 AFLAC $5.00 01 69017 0005 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119439 1/19/2010 AFLAC $10.00 01 72017 0005 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119439 1/19/2010 AFLAC $30.00 01 74017 0005 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119439 1/19/2010 AFLAC $10.00 01 76017 0005 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119439 1/19/2010 AFLAC $25.00 01 84017 0005 MEDICAL PROGRAM
74421 1/21/2010 AFLAC $1,084.32 01 21160 INSURANCE PREM. PAID BY EE'
74421 1/21/2010 AFLAC $298.13 01 21160 INSURANCE PREM. PAID BY EE'
Vendor Total $2,915.55
74369 1/6/2010 AIG SunAmerica Life $854.16 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
74407 1/21/2010 AIG SunAmerica Life $854.16 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
Vendor Total $1,708.32
119331 12/30/2009 AILING HOUSE PEST CONTROL $65.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119440 1/19/2010 AILING HOUSE PEST CONTROL $60.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119440 1/19/2010 AILING HOUSE PEST CONTROL $50.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119440 1/19/2010 AILING HOUSE PEST CONTROL $65.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119440 1/19/2010 AILING HOUSE PEST CONTROL $40.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119440 1/19/2010 AILING HOUSE PEST CONTROL $44.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119440 1/19/2010 AILING HOUSE PEST CONTROL $80.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
Vendor Total $404.00
119416 1/14/2010 ALAN MOSHN $50.00 01 33404 0001 BUILDING PERMITS

119441 1/19/2010 ALFANET $231.00 01 65045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES

119332 12/30/2009 ALHAMBRA $70.27 01 64053 0002 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119358 12/31/2009 ALWAYS UNDER PRESSURE $364.50 01 76050 OUTSIDE LABOR

119388 1/14/2010 AMERICAN SUPPLY COMPANY $379.09 01 70044 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES

119359 12/31/2009 ARBOR DAY FOUNDATION $15.00 01 60033 DUES/MEMBERSHIPS

119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $787.00 01 64036 TELEPHONE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $532.25 01 65049 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $221.92 01 69036 TELEPHONE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $368.74 01 72036 TELEPHONE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $443.48 01 74036 TELEPHONE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $109.34 01 74036 TELEPHONE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $136.89 01 76036 TELEPHONE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $15.62 01 82036 TELEPHONE
119430 1/14/2010 AT&T/MCI $15.66 60 81036 TELEPHONE
Vendor Total $2,630.90
119389 1/14/2010 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC $123.38 01 72603 MEDICAL SUPPLIES

119360 12/31/2009 BRINTON'S $53.49 01 78045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119360 12/31/2009 BRINTON'S $26.53 01 76045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119360 12/31/2009 BRINTON'S $17.99 01 78054 TOOLS/EQUIPMENT
119360 12/31/2009 BRINTON'S $24.14 01 78045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $122.15
119334 12/30/2009 BROADWAY LOCKSMITH $80.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR

119390 1/14/2010 BURGHARDT-DORE ADVERTISING, IN $991.30 01 85200 REGIONAL DESTINATION MARKET
119390 1/14/2010 BURGHARDT-DORE ADVERTISING, IN $7,300.00 01 85200 REGIONAL DESTINATION MARKET
119390 1/14/2010 BURGHARDT-DORE ADVERTISING, IN $2,150.00 01 85200 REGIONAL DESTINATION MARKET
119390 1/14/2010 BURGHARDT-DORE ADVERTISING, IN $14,812.47 01 85200 REGIONAL DESTINATION MARKET
119390 1/14/2010 BURGHARDT-DORE ADVERTISING, IN $3,400.00 01 85200 REGIONAL DESTINATION MARKET
Vendor Total $28,653.77
119442 1/19/2010 CA RESRV PEACE OFFCR ASSN $84.00 01 74033 DUES/MEMBERSHIPS

119444 1/19/2010 CALIF BUILDING STANDARDS COMMI $273.00 50 24050 0408 BLDG STDS ADM SPEC REVOLV F
119444 1/19/2010 CALIF BUILDING STANDARDS COMMI -$27.30 01 33549 0001 OTHER LICENSES & PERMITS
Vendor Total $245.70
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $126.00 01 64016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $226.80 01 72016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $50.40 01 65016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $302.40 01 74016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $100.80 01 67016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $151.20 01 69016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $25.20 01 70016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $201.60 01 74016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $201.60 01 76016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $75.60 01 78016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $50.40 01 82016 RETIREMENT
119443 1/19/2010 CALPERS $302.40 01 84016 RETIREMENT
Vendor Total $1,814.40
119335 12/30/2009 CARMEL CHAMBER COMMERCE $365.00 01 64033 DUES/MEMBERSHIPS

119363 12/31/2009 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $50.00 50 24050 0418 PLAN CHECK (CONTRACT FIRE E
119363 12/31/2009 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $175.00 50 24050 0418 PLAN CHECK (CONTRACT FIRE E
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $50.00 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $50.00 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $50.00 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $194.68 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $130.61 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $50.00 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $159.50 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $159.50 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $101.72 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $101.72 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $50.00 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $101.72 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $476.78 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $50.00 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $331.18 01 69051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $100.00 50 24050 0418 PLAN CHECK (CONTRACT FIRE E
119392 1/14/2010 CARMEL FIRE PROTCTN ASSOC $100.00 50 24050 0418 PLAN CHECK (CONTRACT FIRE E
Vendor Total $2,482.41
119362 12/31/2009 CARMEL GLASS COMPANY $268.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR

119336 12/30/2009 CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DE $1,000.00 01 60207 COUNCIL DISCRETIONARY

119391 1/14/2010 CARMEL LOCK & SAFE CO. $49.25 01 74054 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES

74370 1/6/2010 CARMEL POLICE OFFICERS $332.50 01 21290 UNION DUES PAYABLE
74408 1/21/2010 CARMEL POLICE OFFICERS $332.50 01 21290 UNION DUES PAYABLE
Vendor Total $665.00
74389 1/6/2010 CARMEL PROF FF EXPENSES $180.00 01 21290 UNION DUES PAYABLE

74388 1/6/2010 CARMEL PROF FIREFIGHTERS $900.00 01 21290 UNION DUES PAYABLE

119361 12/31/2009 CARMEL RGN'L FIRE AMBULNC $100,000.00 01 72202 REGIONAL AMBULANCE SUBSIDY

119393 1/14/2010 CARMEL TOWING & GARAGE $18.67 01 76046 FUEL
119393 1/14/2010 CARMEL TOWING & GARAGE $165.00 01 76049 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
119393 1/14/2010 CARMEL TOWING & GARAGE $18.39 01 76046 FUEL
Vendor Total $202.06
74371 1/6/2010 CARMEL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEP $240.00 01 21290 UNION DUES PAYABLE

74387 1/6/2010 CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA $730.80 01 21285 LIUNA SUPPL EE RETIREMENT
74422 1/21/2010 CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA $726.48 01 21285 LIUNA SUPPL EE RETIREMENT
Vendor Total $1,457.28
119364 12/31/2009 CARVER + SCHICKETANZ ARCH $531.00 01 89430 BEACH RESTROOMS ON SCENIC D

119365 12/31/2009 CDW-G GOVERNMENT INC. $177.64 01 65045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119445 1/19/2010 CDW-G GOVERNMENT INC. $58.47 01 65045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119445 1/19/2010 CDW-G GOVERNMENT INC. $397.78 01 65045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total
119337 12/30/2009 CIRCA:HISTORIC PROPTY DEV $392.50 50 24050 1280 KALB/114N18/010182008000

74386 1/6/2010 CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA $9,432.25 01 21280 SECT 125 - CITY OF CARMEL

74383 1/6/2010 CITY OF CARMEL-SECT. 125 $208.33 01 21280 SECT 125 - CITY OF CARMEL
74384 1/6/2010 CITY OF CARMEL-SECT. 125 $912.48 01 21280 SECT 125 - CITY OF CARMEL
74419 1/21/2010 CITY OF CARMEL-SECT. 125 $208.33 01 21280 SECT 125 - CITY OF CARMEL
74420 1/21/2010 CITY OF CARMEL-SECT. 125 $745.82 01 21280 SECT 125 - CITY OF CARMEL
Vendor Total $2,074.96
119446 1/19/2010 CITY OF MONTEREY $13,500.00 01 72053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $180.00 01 72017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $157.00 01 76017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $510.40 01 69017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $135.00 01 74017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $315.00 01 67017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $135.00 01 69017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $83.00 01 64017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $338.00 01 69017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $32.00 01 69017 0003 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $48.50 01 60017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $41.60 01 64017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $19.40 01 65017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $38.80 01 67017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $48.50 01 69017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $19.40 01 70017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $116.40 01 72017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $203.70 01 74017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $77.60 01 76017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $29.10 01 78017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
119394 1/14/2010 COASTAL HEALTHCARE $87.30 01 84017 0004 MEDICAL PROGRAM
Vendor Total $2,615.70
119395 1/14/2010 CODE PUBLISHING COMPANY $71.50 01 64053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119395 1/14/2010 CODE PUBLISHING COMPANY $350.00 01 64053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
Vendor Total $421.50
119338 12/30/2009 COMCAST $93.95 01 65053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119447 1/19/2010 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL OF THE $140.00 01 74053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119339 12/30/2009 CONNEY SAFETY PRODUCTS $155.56 01 76057 0001 SAFETY EQUIPMENT

119367 12/31/2009 COPIES BY-THE-SEA $31.98 01 64039 PRINTING
119367 12/31/2009 COPIES BY-THE-SEA $319.00 01 76055 STORM WATER RUNOFF PROG EXP
119367 12/31/2009 COPIES BY-THE-SEA $59.78 01 64039 PRINTING
119367 12/31/2009 COPIES BY-THE-SEA $8.80 01 64039 PRINTING
119396 1/14/2010 COPIES BY-THE-SEA $120.03 01 69039 0001 PRINTING
Vendor Total $539.59
119448 1/19/2010 CORBIN WILLITS SYSTEM $690.79 01 65053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119368 12/31/2009 DEPT. OF CONSERVATION $612.08 50 24050 0401 BUILDING PERMITS/SMIP

119369 12/31/2009 DEWEY D. EVANS $200.00 01 63053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119449 1/19/2010 DFM ASSOCIATES $52.77 01 64300 ELECTION

119450 1/19/2010 DOCUMENT PROC SYSTEMS $640.22 01 67042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119450 1/19/2010 DOCUMENT PROC SYSTEMS $595.22 01 67042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $1,235.44
119397 1/14/2010 DOCUTEC $709.69 01 65042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119397 1/14/2010 DOCUTEC $95.00 01 69049 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
119397 1/14/2010 DOCUTEC $313.75 01 65042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $1,118.44
119398 1/14/2010 DON CHAPIN COMPANY,INC. $341.07 01 76045 0001 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES

74382 1/6/2010 EFTPS $30,818.87 01 21010 FIT
74382 1/6/2010 EFTPS $1,245.90 01 21020 FICA/MEDICARE
74382 1/6/2010 EFTPS $5,790.50 01 21020 FICA/MEDICARE
74418 1/21/2010 EFTPS $26,820.19 01 21010 FIT
74418 1/21/2010 EFTPS $1,487.40 01 21020 FICA/MEDICARE
74418 1/21/2010 EFTPS $5,474.56 01 21020 FICA/MEDICARE
Vendor Total $71,637.42
119340 12/30/2009 ELLIOTT DIAMOND INC $160.00 01 76047 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS/SUPPLIES

74372 1/6/2010 EMPLOYMENT DEV. DEPT. $10,989.57 01 21030 SIT
74410 1/21/2010 EMPLOYMENT DEV. DEPT. $9,599.70 01 21030 SIT
Vendor Total $20,589.27
119341 12/30/2009 FEDEX $22.08 01 61051 0057 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119370 12/31/2009 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,INC.#679 $519.41 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119370 12/31/2009 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,INC.#679 -$269.69 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total
74373 1/6/2010 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD $1,128.02 01 21270 GARNISHMENTS
74411 1/21/2010 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD $673.84 01 21270 GARNISHMENTS
Vendor Total $1,801.86
119381 12/31/2009 GIANA CARINI $670.00 01 61051 0057 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119399 1/14/2010 GRAINGER PARTS OPERATIONS $345.38 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119399 1/14/2010 GRAINGER PARTS OPERATIONS $171.96 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $517.34
119343 12/30/2009 GRANICUS, INC. $521.90 50 24050 0804 PUBLIC EDUC./GOVT ACCESS(PE
119451 1/19/2010 GRANICUS, INC. $521.90 50 24050 0804 PUBLIC EDUC./GOVT ACCESS(PE
Vendor Total $1,043.80
119400 1/14/2010 GREEN VALLEY LANDSCAPE INC. $1,266.82 01 78053 0005 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119345 12/30/2009 HARO, KASUNICH & ASSOC. $3,054.90 01 62051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119401 1/14/2010 HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGIES $3,307.11 01 76045 0001 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES

119371 12/31/2009 HOME DEPOT/GECF -$29.46 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119371 12/31/2009 HOME DEPOT/GECF $72.06 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119371 12/31/2009 HOME DEPOT/GECF $98.26 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119371 12/31/2009 HOME DEPOT/GECF $111.65 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119371 12/31/2009 HOME DEPOT/GECF $255.52 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $508.03
119372 12/31/2009 IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS $221.37 01 64053 0003 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119402 1/14/2010 IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS $436.14 01 74053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICESARE
Vendor Total $657.51
119346 12/30/2009 INTERSTATE ALL BATERY CENTER $43.39 01 82055 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

119403 1/14/2010 INT'L ASSN. OF CHIEFS OF $120.00 01 74033 DUES/MEMBERSHIPS

119404 1/14/2010 J.E.I. $348.00 01 74050 OUTSIDE LABOR

119429 1/14/2010 JAN ROEHL $956.25 01 64051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119347 12/30/2009 JNM AUTOMATION $257.38 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119406 1/14/2010 JNM AUTOMATION $95.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR
Vendor Total $352.38
119344 12/30/2009 KENNEDY, ARCHER & HARRAY $30,886.60 01 61051 0040 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119452 1/19/2010 KENNEDY, ARCHER & HARRAY $14,207.00 01 61051 0040 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119452 1/19/2010 KENNEDY, ARCHER & HARRAY $195.12 01 61051 0040 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119452 1/19/2010 KENNEDY, ARCHER & HARRAY $7,202.67 01 61051 0040 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Vendor Total $52,491.39
119373 12/31/2009 KNAPP MILL & CABINET CO. $18.06 01 76045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119373 12/31/2009 KNAPP MILL & CABINET CO. -$1.81 01 76045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119407 1/14/2010 KNAPP MILL & CABINET CO. $50.74 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $66.99
119408 1/14/2010 LANGS PENINSULA ROOFING $45.81 01 33404 BUILDING PERMITS

119374 12/31/2009 LEAGUE OF CA CITIES $2,929.00 01 60033 DUES/MEMBERSHIPS

119342 12/30/2009 LESLIE FENTON $37.13 01 64030 0229 TRAINING/PERSONAL EXP.

119409 1/14/2010 LIEBERT CASSIDY WHITMORE $537.00 01 61051 0005 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $187.20 01 65016 RETIREMENT
119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $187.20 01 67016 RETIREMENT
119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $561.60 01 69016 RETIREMENT
119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $187.20 01 70016 RETIREMENT
119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $1,497.60 01 76016 RETIREMENT
119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $374.40 01 78016 RETIREMENT
119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $1,073.16 01 84016 RETIREMENT
119410 1/14/2010 LIU OF NA $1,450.80 01 21285 LIUNA SUPPL EE RETIREMENT
Vendor Total $5,519.16
74409 1/21/2010 LIUNA, LOCAL 792 $1,125.00 01 21290 UNION DUES PAYABLE

119357 12/30/2009 MARC WIENER $32.18 01 64030 0253 TRAINING/PERSONAL EXP.

119348 12/30/2009 MELVYN KALB $107.50 50 24050 1280 KALB/114N18/010182008000

119350 12/30/2009 MICHAEL K. RACHEL $1,750.00 01 69051 0004 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $100.00 01 78031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $10.00 01 78031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $22.50 01 76053 0002 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $22.50 01 76053 0002 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $22.50 01 76053 0002 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $22.50 01 76053 0002 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $22.50 01 76053 0002 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $15.08 01 78031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $15.08 01 78031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $15.08 01 78031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $15.08 01 78031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $15.08 01 78031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $73.04 01 76031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $73.04 01 76031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $73.04 01 76031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $73.04 01 76031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
119411 1/14/2010 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE $73.04 01 76031 CLOTHING EXPENSE
Vendor Total $663.10
119415 1/14/2010 MONTEREY BAY PLANNING SERVICES $428.75 01 69051 0001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119415 1/14/2010 MONTEREY BAY PLANNING SERVICES $873.75 01 69051 0001 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119415 1/14/2010 MONTEREY BAY PLANNING SERVICES $3,491.25 01 61051 0040 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Vendor Total $4,793.75
119375 12/31/2009 MONTEREY BAY UNIFIED AIR $606.00 01 76032 0001 PERMITS, LICENSES & FEES

119454 1/19/2010 MONTEREY COUNTY $28,413.00 01 85203 MCCVB MEMBERSHIP

119412 1/14/2010 MONTEREY COUNTY HERALD $228.09 01 69040 ADVERTISING

119453 1/19/2010 MONTEREY POLICE DEPT $1,690.00 01 74053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119413 1/14/2010 MTY COUNTY TELECOMM $76.00 01 74053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119414 1/14/2010 MTY REG WASTE MNGT DIST $156.00 01 76050 OUTSIDE LABOR

119417 1/14/2010 MUNICIPAL MAINT EQUIP,INC $485.56 01 76047 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS/SUPPLIES

74390 1/6/2010 MYERS STEVENS & TOOHEY $90.00 01 21170 GROUP LONG TERM DISABILITY

119418 1/14/2010 NANCY'S MID VLY FLORIST $92.01 01 60207 COUNCIL DISCRETIONARY

74375 1/6/2010 NATIONWIDE RET. SOLUTIONS $3,130.00 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
74375 1/6/2010 NATIONWIDE RET. SOLUTIONS $125.00 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
74413 1/21/2010 NATIONWIDE RET. SOLUTIONS $2,817.50 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
74413 1/21/2010 NATIONWIDE RET. SOLUTIONS $125.00 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
Vendor Total $6,197.50
119376 12/31/2009 NEILL ENGINEERS CORP. $150.00 01 62053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119419 1/14/2010 NEILL ENGINEERS CORP. $658.50 01 62051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
119419 1/14/2010 NEILL ENGINEERS CORP. $4,047.00 01 62051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Vendor Total $4,855.50
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $32.82 01 64036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $149.53 01 65036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $111.40 01 69036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $185.43 01 70036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $91.59 01 72036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $420.87 01 74036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $124.40 01 76036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $29.70 01 78036 TELEPHONE
119420 1/14/2010 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS $26.42 01 82036 TELEPHONE
Vendor Total $1,172.16
119455 1/19/2010 NIELSEN BROS. MARKET,INC. $20.00 50 24050 0529 SENIORS-HELPING SENIORS PRO

119349 12/30/2009 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $19.47 01 65045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119349 12/30/2009 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $18.43 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119349 12/30/2009 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $8.11 01 69043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119377 12/31/2009 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $88.83 01 64043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $102.90 01 64042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $4.68 01 69043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $14.43 01 69042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $119.12 01 74042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $132.07 01 67043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $2.66 01 64043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $23.97 01 64043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $130.51 01 74042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $7.73 01 74042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $97.41 01 74054 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $58.80 01 67042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $49.75 01 69042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $102.90 01 69042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $5.88 01 72042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $5.88 01 74042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIESount
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $5.88 01 76042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119421 1/14/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $11.77 01 82042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES
119456 1/19/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $106.33 01 82043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119456 1/19/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $155.86 01 65045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119456 1/19/2010 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. $74.84 01 72043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $1,348.21
119457 1/19/2010 ORCHARD SUPPLY $267.33 01 76045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119457 1/19/2010 ORCHARD SUPPLY $15.99 01 76054 TOOLS/EQUIPMENT
119457 1/19/2010 ORCHARD SUPPLY $123.11 01 76045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119457 1/19/2010 ORCHARD SUPPLY $23.90 01 78054 TOOLS/EQUIPMENT
119457 1/19/2010 ORCHARD SUPPLY $28.26 01 78054 TOOLS/EQUIPMENT
Vendor Total $458.59
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $573.69 01 64026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $49.72 01 70026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $904.89 01 72026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $2,800.79 01 74026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $1,706.21 01 76026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $611.78 01 78026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $653.13 01 82026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $255.56 60 81026 UTILITIES
119422 1/14/2010 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO $2,386.18 01 84026 UTILITIES
Vendor Total $9,941.95
119423 1/14/2010 PACIFIC SMOG $59.61 01 76049 0002 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
119423 1/14/2010 PACIFIC SMOG $54.75 01 76049 0002 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Vendor Total $114.36
74377 1/6/2010 PERS Long Term Care $166.09 01 21087 PERS LONG TERM CARE
74414 1/21/2010 PERS Long Term Care $166.09 01 21087 PERS LONG TERM CARE
Vendor Total $332.18
74378 1/6/2010 PERS RETIREMENT -$0.03 01 67427 PAYROLL VARIANCE
74378 1/6/2010 PERS RETIREMENT $75.51 01 21085 PERS MISC
74378 1/6/2010 PERS RETIREMENT $68,718.07 01 21080 PERS RETIREMENT
74415 1/21/2010 PERS RETIREMENT -$0.01 01 67427 PAYROLL VARIANCE
74415 1/21/2010 PERS RETIREMENT $75.51 01 21085 PERS MISC
74415 1/21/2010 PERS RETIREMENT $64,705.01 01 21080 PERS RETIREMENT
Vendor Total $133,574.06
119378 12/31/2009 PETTY CASH - RECREATION $21.95 01 82055 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

119424 1/14/2010 PETTY CASH-ADMINISTRATION $64.14 01 67428 EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION
119424 1/14/2010 PETTY CASH-ADMINISTRATION $5.99 01 64043 OFFICE SUPPLIES
119424 1/14/2010 PETTY CASH-ADMINISTRATION $51.57 01 67428 EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION
119424 1/14/2010 PETTY CASH-ADMINISTRATION $35.00 01 64030 0200 TRAINING/PERSONAL EXP.
119424 1/14/2010 PETTY CASH-ADMINISTRATION $35.00 01 64030 0205 TRAINING/PERSONAL EXP.
Vendor Total $191.70
119425 1/14/2010 PITNEY BOWES INC. $116.93 01 64042 OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLIES

119426 1/14/2010 PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE SERVICE $92.83 01 67051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119379 12/31/2009 PROFESSIONAL PROP MAINT $7,047.80 01 70053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119380 12/31/2009 PSTS, INC. $500.00 01 76050 OUTSIDE LABOR

119427 1/14/2010 PUBLIC STORAGE $286.00 01 67053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
119458 1/19/2010 PUBLIC STORAGE $286.00 01 67053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
Vendor Total $572.00
119333 12/30/2009 RALPH ANDERSEN & ASSOC. $3,700.78 01 64051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119428 1/14/2010 RANCHO CAR WASH $41.88 01 74050 OUTSIDE LABOR

74376 1/6/2010 RICHARD REED $25.00 01 21290 UNION DUES PAYABLE

119405 1/14/2010 ROBERT S. JAQUES $1,125.00 01 76055 STORM WATER RUNOFF PROG EXP

119351 12/30/2009 ROTO-ROOTER $130.00 01 70050 OUTSIDE LABOR

119352 12/30/2009 SAFEWAY $29.55 01 67428 EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION

119354 12/30/2009 SALLY ANNE SMITH $100.00 01 40727 0004 FACILITY USE

119366 12/31/2009 SEAN CONROY $20.08 01 64030 0213 TRAINING/PERSONAL EXP.

74374 1/6/2010 SHERIFF'S CIVIL UNIT $20.00 01 21270 GARNISHMENTS
74412 1/21/2010 SHERIFF'S CIVIL UNIT $20.00 01 21270 GARNISHMENTS
Vendor Total $40.00
119353 12/30/2009 SHIFT CALENDARS, INC. $198.01 01 72039 PRINTING

119382 12/31/2009 SKIPS ONE STOP MONTEREY $15.82 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119459 1/19/2010 SKIPS ONE STOP MONTEREY $15.82 01 76047 0001 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS/SUPPLIES
119459 1/19/2010 SKIPS ONE STOP MONTEREY $66.21 01 76047 0001 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS/SUPPLIES
119459 1/19/2010 SKIPS ONE STOP MONTEREY $64.32 01 76047 0001 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $162.17
119355 12/30/2009 ST WATER RESRCS CONTRL BD $3,600.00 01 76032 PERMITS, LICENSES & FEES

74380 1/6/2010 STANDARD INSURANCE CO. $1,528.62 01 21220 LTD INSURANCE
74381 1/6/2010 STANDARD INSURANCE CO. $764.16 01 21130 LIFE INSURANCE
74381 1/6/2010 STANDARD INSURANCE CO. $80.40 01 21250 AD & D PAYABLE
74417 1/21/2010 STANDARD INSURANCE CO. $1,354.82 01 21220 LTD INSURANCE
Vendor Total $3,728.00
119431 1/14/2010 STATE OF CALIFORNIA $207.79 01 76032 0002 PERMITS, LICENSES & FEES
119432 1/14/2010 STATE OF CALIFORNIA $150.00 01 76032 0001 PERMITS, LICENSES & FEES
Vendor Total $357.79
74379 1/6/2010 STATE STREET BANK & TRUST $4,932.75 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
74379 1/6/2010 STATE STREET BANK & TRUST $841.25 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
74416 1/21/2010 STATE STREET BANK & TRUST $4,932.75 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
74416 1/21/2010 STATE STREET BANK & TRUST $841.25 01 21150 DEFERRED COMP
Vendor Total $11,548.00
119460 1/19/2010 STERICYCLE $39.95 01 67051 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

119383 12/31/2009 SUNSET CULTURAL CTR. INC. $170,000.00 01 80900 SUNSET CENTER ENABLING GRAN

119461 1/19/2010 THOMPSON PUBLISHING GROUP $352.90 01 61034 DOCUMENTS/PUBLICATIONS

119433 1/14/2010 TIGERLILLY FLORIST&GIFTS $135.31 01 82055 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

119434 1/14/2010 T-MOBILE $129.74 01 74053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119384 12/31/2009 TONY'S FRAME SHOP $70.37 01 60207 COUNCIL DISCRETIONARY

119385 12/31/2009 TORO PETROLEUM $12,823.24 01 76046 FUEL
119385 12/31/2009 TORO PETROLEUM $13,185.00 01 76046 FUEL
Vendor Total $26,008.24
119462 1/19/2010 TRISTAR RISK MANAGEMENT $1,900.00 01 67424 W/C SELF-FUNDED RUN-OUT CLA

119435 1/14/2010 US BANK $186.45 01 72602 FIRE EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES
119435 1/14/2010 US BANK $10.90 01 60073 OFFICIAL PUBLIC MEETINGS
119435 1/14/2010 US BANK $69.99 01 65045 MATERIALS/SUPPLIES
119435 1/14/2010 US BANK $327.23 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
119435 1/14/2010 US BANK $159.80 01 70045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES
Vendor Total $754.37
119387 12/31/2009 VALLEY HILLS NURSERY $24.36 01 78045 MATERIAL/SUPPLIES

119386 12/31/2009 VALLEY SAW & GARDEN EQUIP $48.00 01 76050 OUTSIDE LABOR
119386 12/31/2009 VALLEY SAW & GARDEN EQUIP $129.30 01 76054 TOOLS/EQUIPMENT
119386 12/31/2009 VALLEY SAW & GARDEN EQUIP $913.01 01 76049 0004 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
Vendor Total $1,090.31
119436 1/14/2010 VASILOVICH RESIDENTIAL PLNG & $701.25 50 24050 2373 PIETRO/00WN17/010278008000

119437 1/14/2010 VERIZON WIRELESS $53.82 01 64036 TELEPHONE
119437 1/14/2010 VERIZON WIRELESS $34.64 01 60036 TELEPHONE
119437 1/14/2010 VERIZON WIRELESS $45.01 01 65036 TELEPHONE
Vendor Total $133.47
119463 1/19/2010 WASSON'S CLEANING SVCS. $1,000.23 01 74053 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES

119356 12/30/2009 WELLS FARGO $235.72 01 82055 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
119356 12/30/2009 WELLS FARGO $278.28 01 82055 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
119356 12/30/2009 WELLS FARGO $141.27 01 82055 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
119356 12/30/2009 WELLS FARGO $140.18 01 82055 COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
119438 1/14/2010 WELLS FARGO $28.97 01 74095 OPERATIONAL SERVICES/SUPPLI
Vendor Total $824.42

170 Checks Total: $786,251.97

CITY COUNCIL: Budget Calendar Fiscal Year 2010/2011

CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
FISCAL YEAR 2010/2011
BUDGET CALENDAR

DATE ACTIVITY RESPONSIBILITY
DECEMBER 2009
18-31 December Preparation of departmental worksheets Administrative Services Director
JANUARY 2010
5 January (Tues) Submittal of 2010/11 Budget Calendar
(4:30 pm, City Hall Council Chambers) Regular City Council Meeting
11 January through 5
February
Admin Svcs Director & Finance Specialist calculates departments’ personnel/payroll staff figures and meets with department staff responsible for budget preparation.
Admin Svcs Director & Finance
Specialist
All Departments
To be scheduled All City employees Mid-Year Budget review by
City Administrator
(9:00 a.m., City Hall Council Chambers)
City Employees
FEBRUARY 2010
2 February (Tues) Mid-Year 2009/10 Budget Review
(4:30 pm, City Hall Council Chambers)
Regular City Council Meeting
9 February (Tues) Distribute departmental worksheets to Dept
Directors/Managers
Administrative Services Director
18 February (Thurs) Department Managers’ budget informational
meeting to discuss Capital Budget and to distribute
updated budget calendar.
(10:00 a.m. City Hall Conference Room)
Administrative Services Director
All Department Directors/Managers
and members of their staff responsible
for budget preparation should attend.
MARCH 2010
10 March (Wed) Department budgets due including revenue projections, a complete funding analysis of departmental requests for Capital items and annual updated fee schedules.
Department Directors/Managers
12 March (Fri) Receive FY 2010/11 goals from Boards and
Commissions.
City Hall Staff Liaison
23 March (Tues) City Council Budget Workshop. City Council will
set their 3-Year Work Program (goals) and
priorities at this workshop.
(4:30 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers)
Special City Council Workshop
APRIL 2010
6 April (Tues) Proposed Budget submitted to City Administrator Administrative Services Director
8 April (Thurs) Department Managers’ Retreat to review budget
priorities.
(10:00 A.M., Sunset Center, Bingham room)
All Department Directors/Managers
and other designated staff
(Mandatory)
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DATE ACTIVITY RESPONSIBILITY
APRIL 2010 (cont’d)
9 – 16 April Re-calculation of department budget proposals
following Department Managers’ Retreat and begin
preparing draft budget document.
Budget Team
14 April (Wed) Planning Commission review 5-Year Capital
Budget Draft.
(4:30 p.m., City Hall Chambers)
Planning Commission
19 April (Mon) Budget Team submits budget information for
preliminary budget printing.
Budget Team
26 April (Mon) Budget development update at Monday Morning
Management Team meeting
(9:00 a.m., City Hall Conference Room)
City Administrator
All Department Directors
27 April (Tues) Council receives proposed budget documents
from City Administrator.
(4:30 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers)
Special City Council Meeting
MAY 2010
5 May (Wed) Deadline for City Council to submit written
questions regarding the proposed budget so that
staff can research the questions.
City Council
17 May (Mon) City Council receives responses to their written
questions from City Administrator
City Administrator & Admin Svcs
Director
20 May (Thurs) City Council workshop study session and public
hearing to review/adopt budget
(4:30 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers)
Special City Council Meeting
27 May (Thurs) City Council workshop study session and public
hearing to review/adopt budget
(4:30 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers)
Special City Council Meeting
(if budget not adopted on May 20)
NOTE: Scheduled dates for City Council budget introduction, review and public hearings are tentative
and are subject to change.
Initial printing January 5, 2010

CITY COUNCIL: Ratify Bills Paid for Month of December 2009

CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
January 5, 2010
TO: The Honorable Mayor McCloud & Council Members
FROM: Heidi Burch, City Clerk
SUBJECT: Agenda Item VII-B
The material for:
1. Item VII-B - Ratify the bills paid for the month of December 2009 will be
provided under separate cover.
At the time of the agenda printing, this document was unavailable.
Thank you,
Heidi Burch

CITY COUNCIL: Resolution Certifying Results of the General Election, November 3, 2009

Meeting Date: January 5, 2010
Prepared by: Heidi Burch

City Council
Agenda Item Summary


Name: Consideration of a Resolution certifying the results of the General Municipal Election held on November 3, 2009.

Description: Approval of this Resolution will enter the official results of the November 3, 2009 election into the City record.

Overall Cost:
City Funds: N/A
Grant Funds: N/A

Staff Recommendation: Approve the Resolution.

Important Considerations: Upon certification of election results by the Monterey County Registrar of Voters, the City Council officially receives and certifies it as well, as a required course of action.

Decision Record: Results are received and certified by Council after each and every election.

Reviewed by:

_____________________________ _______________________
Rich Guillen, City Administrator Date

CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL
RESOLUTION 2010-
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA CERTIFYING THE RESULTS OF THE GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION HELD ON NOVEMBER 3, 2009
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WHEREAS, a General Municipal Election was held in the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, County of Monterey, State of California, in accordance with the laws of the State, on Tuesday, the 3rd day of November 2009, for the purpose of submitting Measure “I” to the qualified electors; and

WHEREAS, the returns from the two consolidated voting precincts, duly established for the holding of said election, have been canvassed pursuant to Section 15301 of the Elections Code, and said canvass has certified and submitted to the City Council.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS:

1. That the City Clerk is hereby ordered to enter upon the records of this City a statement of the results of said General Municipal Election, which results are hereby declared to be set forth, as attached hereto, to wit:
Yes on Measure “I” received 913 votes, or a majority of those votes cast; with No on Measure “I” votes cast totaling 552.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA this 5th day of January 2010 by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS:

Signed:

__________________________
ATTEST: SUE McCLOUD, MAYOR

_______________________
Heidi Burch, City Clerk

CITY COUNCIL: Resolution Authorizing Use of One City Free Use Days at Sunset Center for Carmel Youth Center Fundraising Event

Meeting Date: January 5, 2010
Prepared by: Heidi Burch

City Council
Agenda Item Summary


Name: Consideration of a Resolution authorizing the use of one of the City’s free use days at the Sunset Center on August 28, 2010 for a fundraising event benefiting the Carmel Youth Center.

Description: The Carmel Youth Center has requested use of the Sunset Center Theater for a show and VIP reception in honor of its 60th anniversary on Saturday, August 28, 2010. The Carmel Youth Center is currently negotiating with a major star to headline the event.

Overall Cost: None
City Funds: N/A

Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends adopting the Resolution allocating one of the City’s free days, on the basis that proceeds from this event, sponsored by the Carmel Youth Center, support its endowment fund.

Important Considerations: The City is granted five days each fiscal year to use the Sunset Center Theater at no cost. This is the City’s first request for a free use day for fiscal year 2010-2011.

Decision Record: None.

Reviewed by:

_____________________________ _________________
Rich Guillen, City Administrator Date

CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL
RESOLUTION 2010-
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA AUTHORIZING THE USE OF ONE OF THE CITY’S FREE USE DAYS AT THE SUNSET CENTER ON AUGUST 28, 2010 FOR A FUNDRAISING EVENT BENEFITING THE CARMEL YOUTH CENTER

WHEREAS, the agreement between the City and the Sunset Cultural Center, Inc. provides for five (5) days of use of the Sunset Center Theater at no cost to the City; and

WHEREAS, the Carmel Youth Center has requested use of the Sunset Center at no cost to the City for the purpose of hosting a fundraising event on August 28, 2010; and

WHEREAS, the Carmel Youth Center has made a positive contribution to the lives of Carmel youth for six decades; and

WHEREAS, proceeds from this event will support the Carmel Youth Center’s
endowment fund;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA DOES:

1. Approve the use of Sunset Center Theater, for one (1) evening on August 28, 2010 by the Carmel Youth Center.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA this 5th day of January 2010, by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS:

SIGNED:

ATTEST:

_______________________
SUE McCLOUD, MAYOR

_____________________
Heidi Burch, City Clerk

CITY COUNCIL: Resolution Approving Closure of Mission St. for Carmel Art Festival

Meeting Date: January 5, 2010
Prepared by: Heidi Burch

City Council
Agenda Item Summary


Name: Consideration of a Resolution approving the closure of Mission Street between 6th Avenue and Ocean Avenue for the Carmel Art Festival, to be held May 13-16, 2010.

Description: The organizers of the Carmel Art Festival have requested the closure of Mission Street between 6th and Ocean Avenues on Thursday, May 13, 2010 from 12 noon through 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 16, 2010 for the purpose of displaying and selling art.

This is the same schedule of closure Council approved in 2009.

Overall Cost: City Funds: N/A
Grant Funds: N/A

Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends City Council approve this request.

Important Considerations: The Carmel Art Festival is a non-profit 501c3 organization that donates profits from its annual Festival to local youth art programs. In past years, the Carmel Art Festival has requested the closure of Mission Street from 6th to Ocean from Friday noon through Sunday evening for its event. Carmel Municipal Code Section 12.32.060 requires City Council approval for tents to be placed in the public right of way.

The closure of Mission Street and the sales and display tents placed in the in the right of way have not generated complaints in past years. Tammi Tharp, the event organizer, canvassed local merchants about the street closure, and found there were no problems as far as the merchants were concerned.

Decision Record: City Council approved the closure of Mission Street and the erection of tents for the Carmel Art Festival in Resolution 2006-79. In 2009, the event organizers requested an additional day of closure, which was approved in Resolution 2009-28.

Reviewed by:

___________________________ __________________
Rich Guillen, City Administrator Date

CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL
RESOLUTION 2010-
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA APPROVING THE CLOSURE OF MISSION STREET BETWEEN SIXTH AND OCEAN AVENUES FOR THE CARMEL ART FESTIVAL, TO BE HELD MAY 13-16, 2010


WHEREAS, the Carmel Art Festival has applied for a Special Event Permit to host its 17th Annual Festival in the City on Thursday, May 13 through Sunday, May 16, 2010; and

WHEREAS, the Carmel Art Festival request includes the closure of Mission Street between 6th Avenue and Ocean Avenue from noon on Thursday, May 13, 2010 through 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 16, 2010, for the purpose of erecting 11 10’x 10’ tents to host a portion of this festival; and

WHEREAS, the organizers have advised local merchants of their request for an additional day of street closure, which was met with no opposition; and

WHEREAS, profits from the annual Carmel Art Festival benefit local youth art programs;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA DOES:

1. Authorize the closure of Mission Street between 6th Avenue and Ocean Avenue from 12:00 noon, Thursday, May 13 through 6:00 p.m. Sunday, May 16, 2010.

2. Authorize the erection of 11 10’x10’ tents on Mission Street between 6th Avenue and Ocean during this period of time for the purpose of selling and displaying artwork during the event.

3. Authorize staff to annually approve this request as long as said event has not had any substantive changes.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA this 5th day of January 2010 by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS:

SIGNED:


_______________________
SUE McCLOUD, MAYOR

ATTEST:

_______________________
Heidi Burch, City Clerk

CITY COUNCIL: Resolution Extending Agreement with City of Monterey for Interim Fire Administration & Emergency Incident Management Services

Meeting Date: January 5, 2010
Prepared by: George Rawson, Public Safety Director

City Council
Agenda Item Summary


Name: Consideration of a Resolution extending the agreement with the City of Monterey to provide interim Fire Administration and Emergency Incident Management Services.

Description: The City of Monterey has offered the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea an extension to the interim fire administration and emergency incident management (Duty Chief) services agreement which is due to expire on January 31, 2010. The initial agreement began on December 15, 2008, and was extended to January 31, 2010, to give staff additional time to explore the benefits and costs of alternative fire service options.

Staff is requesting City Council approval to extend the Monterey fire services contract to December 31, 2010. The extended agreement will give staff additional time to participate in the study described below, and to prepare reports related to other options for future City Council consideration.

Recent discussions between Monterey Peninsula policy and executive leaders indicate a strong interest in studying the feasibility of regionalizing fire protection services. On December 1, 2009, the City Council approved Resolution 2009-99, authorizing the City to participate in an “Initial Exploration and Analysis of Joint Fire Service Options” study.

The study will seek to identify important goals, with a focus on shared governance options, associated costs, response times, and other key issues relevant to fire protection services.

Overall Cost: No additional costs
City Funds: $13,500 per calendar month.*
*Contract extension does not increase existing monthly fee. Sufficient funds are appropriated in the adopted Fire Department FY 09-10 Budget, Contractual Services (Account # 72053).

Staff Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution extending the interim Fire Administration and Emergency Incident Management Services Agreement with Monterey, as outlined in Attachment “A”.

Important Considerations: Refer to Attachment “B” for details of the service agreement.

Decision Record: Resolution 2008-89: initial fire services agreement approved.
Resolution 2009-47: first extension of agreement approved.

Reviewed by:

_________________________________ ______________________
Rich Guillen, City Administrator Date

CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL
RESOLUTION 2010-
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA EXTENDING THE AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF MONTEREY TO PROVIDE INTERIM FIRE ADMINISTRATION AND EMERGENCY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

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WHEREAS, beginning on December 15, 2008, the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea began contracting with the City of Monterey to receive interim Fire Administration and Emergency Incident Management (Duty Chief) Services; and

WHEREAS, the City of Monterey fire services contract expired on February 28, 2009 and was extended to January 31, 2010; and

WHEREAS, the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea desires continued assistance with administering the fire department, including Duty Chief services; and

WHEREAS, the City of Monterey has offered a second extension to the existing fire services contract to December 31, 2010; and

WHEREAS, Carmel will continue to compensate Monterey $13,500 per month for services specified in the fire services agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA DOES:

1. Authorize the City Administrator to execute a second extension to the interim Fire Services Agreement with the City of Monterey as specified in Attachment “A” attached hereto.

2. Authorize funds from Fire Department Account 01-72053 (Contractuals) be used for payment to Monterey for services related to this agreement.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA this 5th day of January 2010 by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS:

SIGNED:

______________________
SUE McCLOUD, MAYOR

ATTEST:
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______________
Heidi Burch, City Clerk

Attachment “A”
Amendment #2 to Agreement to Provide Interim Fire Administration and Emergency Incident Management Services between the Cities of Monterey and Carmel-By-The-Sea


The Agreement to Provide Interim Fire Administration and Emergency Incident Management Services between the Cities of Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea, entered into on December 31, 2008 (“Agreement”) by and between the CITY OF MONTEREY, a municipal corporation (hereinafter “Monterey”) and the CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, a municipal corporation (hereinafter “Carmel”), is hereby amended as follows: ARTICLE I
TERM OF AGREEMENT
1.2 Extension of Term. The term of this Agreement is hereby amended to expire at 12:00 p.m. midnight on December 31, 2010. The term of this Agreement may be further extended by mutual agreement of the Parties conditioned upon joint commitment and good faith effort to develop and execute a successor agreement for full fire department services.
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This Amendment is authorized by Section 5.2 of the Agreement which permits amendment of the Agreement if mutual written consent of the signatory Parties is given.

All other remaining terms and conditions of the Agreement not specifically amended herein shall remain unchanged.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Amendment is made and entered into this 1st day of January, 2010.

APPROVED AS TO FORM AND CONTENT:
By:
Don Freeman, City Attorney, City of Carmel-By-The-Sea
By:
Deborah Mall, City Attorney, City of Monterey
ADOPTED BY:
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, A Municipal Corporation
By: Date:
Rich Guillen, City Administrator
CITY OF MONTEREY, A Municipal Corporation
By: Date:
Fred Meurer, City Manager

CITY COUNCIL: Resolution Amending the MOU between the City & Carmel International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF)

Meeting Date: January 5, 2010
Prepared by: Rich Guillen

City Council
Agenda Item Summary


Name: Consideration of a Resolution amending the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and the Carmel International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF).

Description: The current IAFF MOU, approved by the City Council, included a series of cost-of-living (COLA) increases, one of which was an 8.75% to take effect on January 1, 2010. Given the current challenging financial environment and in the spirit of assisting the City reduce FY 2009/2010 labor costs, Carmel IAFF agreed to amend its current agreement and postpone its upcoming increase until December 31, 2010.

The proposed amendment incorporates the following changes:
1. Extend the term of the contract to end on December 31, 2010.

2. Amend the timing of the 8.75% COLA increase to take effect on December 31, 2010, provided there is no merger, JPA, or consolidation.

3. Extend the term of the City’s contribution (80%) toward medical insurance to December 31, 2010.

The City’s special legal counsel, Liebert Cassidy Whitmore, drafted the revised amended language.

Overall Cost:
City Funds: $0 in Fiscal Year 2009/2010
Grant Funds: N/A

Staff Recommendation: Adopt the Resolution.

Important Considerations: Approval of the amended IAFF agreement will result in a cost savings to the City of $111,920 in Fiscal Year 2009/2010.

Decision Record: The City Council adopted Resolution 2008-38 on June 3, 2008 approving a multi-year agreement with IAFF which included a series of equitable COLA increases which was to expire on June 30, 2010.

Reviewed by:

Rich Guillen, City Administrator Date

CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL
RESOLUTION 2010-
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA AMENDING THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE CITY AND THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS (IAFF)


WHEREAS, the current IAFF MOU, approved by the City Council on June 3,
2008, included a series of cost-of-living (COLA) increases, one of which was an 8.75% increase, to take effect on January 1, 2010; and

WHEREAS, given the current challenging financial environment and in the spirit of assisting the City reduce FY 2009/2010 labor costs, Carmel IAFF agreed to amend its current agreement and postpone its upcoming increase until December 31, 2010.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS:

1. Extend the term of the contract to end on December 31, 2010.

2. Amend the timing of the 8.75% COLA increase to take effect on December
31, 2010, provided there is no merger, JPA, or consolidation.

3. Extend the term of the City’s contribution (80%) toward medical insurance to December 31, 2010.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Carmel-by-the Sea this 5th day of January 2010, by the following roll call vote:

AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS:
ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS:

SIGNED:

________________________
SUE McCLOUD, MAYOR

ATTEST:

___________________________
Heidi Burch, City Clerk

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
between the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea and the Carmel Professional Firefighters Association for the period July 1, 2007 through December 31, 2010


Memorandum of Understanding: Carmel Professional Firefighters
July 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
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Memorandum of Understanding
Between
The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
And
Carmel Professional Firefighters Association
ARTICLE 1: PREAMBLE
This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is entered into between the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea,
hereinafter referred to as "CITY," and the Carmel Professional Firefighters Association, hereinafter
referred to as "ASSOCIATION," pursuant to California Government Code Section 3500 et seq. The
purpose of this MOU is the establishment of rates of compensation, hours of work and other terms
and conditions of employment. Existing practices and/or benefits which are not referenced in this
MOU and which are subject to the meet and confer process shall continue without change unless
modified subject to the meet and confer process.
ARTICLE 2: RECOGNITION
2.1 The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea recognizes the ASSOCIATION as the
recognized exclusive representative for the following classifications:
• Fire Captain
• Fire Engineer
2.2 For clarity in this agreement the following definition shall apply:
Shift Employee: Those employees classified as regular, full time Fire Engineers or
Fire Captains, who are normally assigned to work a Fifty-Six (56)
hour work period.
ARTICLE 3: TERM OF CONTRACT
3.1 The term of this MOU shall be retroactive to July 1, 2007 and continue through December
31, 2010 unless otherwise stated.
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ARTICLE 4: PROBATION
4.1 Probationary Period: All original, promotional and re-hire appointments to full time,
regular classifications shall be subject to a probationary period of twelve (12) months.
Any time spent by an employee on unpaid status shall not be counted as qualifying
service toward completion of the probationary period.
4.2 Objective of Probationary Period: The probationary period shall be regarded as part of
the selection process and shall be utilized for training and observation of the new
employee on work assignments and standards in order to evaluate the employee’s
performance.
4.3 Rejection of Probationary Employee: During the probation period, an employee may be
rejected at any time by the City Administrator upon recommendation of the Department
Manager without the right of appeal. Notification of rejection shall be served to the
probationary employee in writing. Any promoted employee who is rejected during the
probationary period shall be entitled to return to the position held prior to promotion at
the range and step held prior to promotion, unless the rejection is due to discharge in
which case no reinstatement shall occur
4.4 Extension of Probation: All efforts will be made to sufficiently evaluate the
probationary employee during the designated period An extension of the probationary
period may, however, be recommended by the appointing authority when good cause
exists. Such extension shall be for a specific period of time not to exceed three (3)
months.
ARTICLE 5: COMPENSATION
5.1 Regular Full-Time Shift Employee:
A. A salary adjustment of 8.75% will be applied to salaries effective retroactively to July 1,
2007.
B. A salary adjustment [related to Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) duties] of 5.0%
will be applied to salaries effective retroactively to Jan 1, 2008. A salary adjustment of
5.0% will be applied only to those who are fully qualified and currently certified to
perform Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) duties. The 5% EMT pay will be
retroactive, but no earlier than January 1, 2008, to the date the employee was fully
qualified and currently certified to perform EMT duties.
C. A salary adjustment of 8.75% will be applied to salaries effective July 1, 2009.
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July 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
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D. A salary adjustment of 8.75% will be applied to salaries effective December 31, 2010,
only on the condition that no merger of fire related services with any agency, or JPA for
fire related services, or any consolidation of fire related services with the City of
Monterey or any other agency(ies), is completed by December 31, 2010.
ARTICLE 6: EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE PAY PLAN
6.1 Payment Established: The City Council, having determined the acquisition of additional
education by employees makes those employees more valuable to the City, does hereby
establish an Educational Incentive Pay Plan (EIP).
6.2 Definitions: For the purpose of this program, the following definitions shall
apply:
A. Base Salary shall mean the monthly salary of the employee as established by the City
Council and shall not include any overtime, holiday-in-lieu pay or allowances or
other supplemental benefits.
B. Satisfactory Completion shall mean a grade of "C" or better in any course. No more
than one-third (1/3) of the total number of units considered for EIP may be on a
"credit only" or "pass/fail" basis (limit of 10 out of 30 units or 20 out of 60 units).
Units earned with a grade of "C- Minus" or less or a failing grade will not be
considered eligible under the EIP program.
6.3 College Level shall mean any post-high school educational institution accredited by the
California State Department of Education, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges,
or by equivalent organizations in other states and countries, or which have the prior approval
of the City Administrator.
6.4 Job Related shall mean any college level course related to technical or specialized aspects of
the employee's position, as well as courses meeting general educational degree requirements,
which are reasonably job-related. The City Administrator's determination of the eligibility
of any course shall be final and shall be obtained prior to taking a course.
6.5 Units shall mean semester units (two semesters to a full academic year). Each quarterly or
trimester unit shall be counted at a value of .67% of a semester unit.
6.6 Rates of additional compensation:
A. Academic Education. Upon satisfactory completion of 30 units of college level
related courses, the employee shall receive a salary increase equal to two and
one-half percent (2.5%) of their base salary. Upon attainment of 60 units or the
attainment of an Associate Degree, the employee shall receive a salary increase equal
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July 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
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to five percent (5%) of base salary.
B. Non-Academic Training or Instruction. For eligible employees, the City
Administrator, upon recommendation of the Department Manager, may grant prior
approval for a course of instruction or training, which would lead to the attainment of
EIP. The City Administrator shall be guided in this determination by the value to the
City of the employee's knowledge and/or skill accumulation, and by the employee's
expenditure of time and effort as compared to that put forth by an employee earning
the same level of EIP by the accumulation of college-level units (at approximately 30
to 54 hours per college unit).
C. In no case shall the EIP rate of compensation exceed five percent (5%)
6.7 Eligibility: In order for employees to be eligible for EIP, ALL of the following conditions
shall be met:
A. A regular, Full Time Shift, employee shall become eligible once successfully
completing 18 months of continuous service to the City except that this period of
time may be waived at the discretion of the City Administrator.
B. The education, training or instruction shall be acquired at times when the City does
not compensate the employee. Reimbursement to the employee by the City for the
costs of books, tuition, or supplies shall not affect eligibility. Scholarships or
veteran’s benefit shall not be considered compensation.
C. Credit shall not be given for work experience, even though an academic
institution may have given credit for such experience, until such time as a degree is
granted the employee by such institution.
D. The employee shall submit to the City Administrator through the Department
Manager a list of courses and credits, together with transcripts or other proof of
satisfactory completion, as may be required to verify the acquisition of claimed
credits.
6.8 Time of payment: EIP shall be paid eligible employees beginning with the pay period in
which the City Administrator has approved the application for EIP.
ARTICLE 7: RETIREMENT PROGRAMS
7.1 Retirement benefits for eligible, represented safety employees shall be those established by the
Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS) for local safety members, 3% @ 50 Full
Formula.
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July 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
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7.2 The CITY shall pay the rate prescribed by the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS)
for employer contributions in accordance with the rules and regulations governing such
employer contributions.
7.3 Eligible members of the ASSOCIATION shall contribute the full amount of the employee
contribution of nine-percent (9%) required by PERS. To the extent permissible, the full
amount of this contribution shall be made in the form of a pre-tax payroll deduction.
7.4 The CITY shall continue to maintain the following, contracted retirement options:
A. Single Highest Year
B. Fourth level of 1959 Survivors Benefit ($2.00 per month cost to the
employee)
C. Permit members, if they choose, to purchase military service credit as public service
to the extent permitted by PERS, solely at the members' expense.
D. Pursuant to Resolution No. 96-116, qualified members shall have the option to elect
the pre-tax payroll deduction plan for their service credit purchases (i.e., redeposit,
service prior to membership, military service, etc.).
E. In accordance with Government Code Section 20965, the employee may elect to
apply unused sick leave toward CalPERS service credit.
ARTICLE 8: DEFERRED COMPENSATION
8.1 The CITY offers employees the opportunity to participate in a deferred compensation plan on
a voluntary basis through the payroll deduction plan. Participation and contributions are regulated
by the rules and regulations established by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for such plans (457
Plans). Nothing in this section shall prohibit or restrict this voluntary participation, in the plan(s)
offered by the City.
8.2 The CITY shall make monthly contributions on behalf of each Full Time Shift employee in the
amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00). It shall be the responsibility of the employee to specify
the plan and investment option.
ARTICLE 9: UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
9.1 Regular Full Time Shift Employees shall be entitled to a uniform allowance of $50.00 per
month.
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July 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
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ARTICLE 10: HOLIDAYS
10.1 The following holidays shall be observed:
A. (New Years Day)
B. Third Monday of January (Martin Luther King Day)
C. (Lincoln’s Birthday) - February
D. Third Monday of February (President’s Day)
E. Last Monday of May (Memorial Day)
F. July 4th
G. First Monday of September (Labor Day)
H. November 11th (Veteran’s Day)
I. The Thursday in November appointed by the Governor or the President as
Thanksgiving Day
J. The Friday immediately following the Thursday in November designated as
Thanksgiving
K. The weekday (excludes Saturday and Sunday), which precedes December 25th
L. December 25th
ARTICLE 11: GENERAL LEAVE
11.1 Full Time Shift Employees of the Association shall be entitled to one shift (24 hours) of
General Leave during the period of the contract. The Department Manager shall approve use
of General Leave. General Leave may not be accumulated from one year to the next.
ARTICLE 12: HOLIDAY-IN-LIEU
12.1 Regular Full Time Shift Employees of the ASSOCIATION shall be compensated, at the
regular hourly rate for that position, for holidays. General leave hours, as defined in this
agreement, shall not be considered for monetary compensation as outlined by this section.
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July 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
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ARTICLE 13: VACATION ACCRUAL PLAN
13.1 The following vacation accrual schedule shall be in effect for all Regular Full Time Shift
Employees:
1 - 4 years of service: 144 hours per year
5 - 10 years of service: 168 hours per year
11 - 15 years of service: 216 hours per year
15 years of service and over: 288 hours per year
13.2 Usage shall only be in increments of twenty-four (24) hours, unless prior approval has been
obtained from the appropriate department administrator.
13.3 The maximum amount of vacation time that may be held in an unused status shall be the
amount an employee is entitled to accrue in two (2) anniversary years; an employee stops
earning vacation once the employee has banked an amount equal to two years accrual, and
does not begin earning vacation again until the employee’s accrual drops below that amount.
The department manager may grant exceptions with approval by the City Administrator.
ARTICLE 14: BEREAVEMENT LEAVE
14.1 Each regular full time Shift Employee of the ASSOCIATION shall be entitled to use
seventy-two (72) hours of bereavement leave each fiscal year for serious illness, disability,
or death in the employee's immediate family.
14.2 Immediate family is defined as the employee's spouse, child, stepchild, parent, stepparent,
grandparent, sibling, mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister-in-law, and brother-in-law, or any other
person approved by the department manager. The department manager may require the
employee furnish satisfactory proof to substantiate the use of bereavement leave. Bereavement
leave shall not be subtracted from an employee's sick leave account and shall not accrue from
one fiscal year to the next.
ARTICLE 15: SICK LEAVE
15.1 The rate of accrual for sick leave for Regular Full Time Shift Employees of the
ASSOCIATION shall be 24 hours per month. These days are to be used in used in
accordance with the procedure(s) outlined below and in the Personnel Ordinance of the
Municipal Code of the City of Carmel- by-the-Sea.
15.2 Sick leave shall be charged against an employee's credit only for regular working days and
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shall not be charged for time absent on holidays or other authorized days off. Charges
against an employee's credit shall be rounded off to the lowest hour, for example:
Time Off Work Time Charged
59 minutes or less 0
1 hour 1 hour
1 hour and any segment of the next hour 1 hour
A. Medical appointments of 59 minutes or less, with written physician verification, shall
not be charged to an employee's sick leave account.
B. Medical appointments of 59 minutes or less, without written physician verification, shall
be charged to employee's sick leave account in 15 minute segments
C. If an employee becomes sick on scheduled vacation time, the department manager may,
with acceptable documentation, authorize the use of sick leave instead of vacation leave.
15.3 Regular Full Time Shift employees hired on or after 1 November 1984 shall be able to
accumulate an unlimited number of sick leave hours, while employed. A maximum of six
hundred (600) base hours will be the total amount on which the City will base reimbursement to
the employee upon termination or resignation from employment.
This provision does not apply to employees with less than five (5) years of
continuous service who shall not be entitled to any compensation under this
section.
A. Resignation from employment after five (5) years will result in reimbursement at 25%
of 600 hours maximum, times the actual hourly rate at the time of resignation.
B. Retirement from employment after five (5) years will result in reimbursement at 50% of
600 hours maximum, times the actual hourly rate at the time of resignation.
15.4 Regular Full Time Shift employees employed by the City before 1 November 1984 will be
entitled to accumulate an unlimited amount of sick leave hours. The formula for
compensation upon severance of employment will be:
A. Resignation: Twenty-five percent (25%) of the full-accrued sick leave hours times
the current hourly rate.
B. Retirement: Fifty-percent (50%) of the full accrued sick leave hours times the
current hourly rate.
15.5 Upon approval of the department manager, accrued sick leave may be used to accommodate
the need for additional hours in the case of illness, disability, or death in the employee's
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immediate family. Immediate family is defined as the employee's spouse, child, step-child,
parent, stepparent, grandparent, sibling, mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister-in-law, and
brother-in-law, or any other person approved by the department manager. The department
manager may require the employee furnish satisfactory proof to substantiate the use of sick
leave for this purpose.
15.6 Pursuant to Government Code Section 20965 and the City’s CalPERS retirement contract,
an employee may elect to use sick time available to him/her under the provision of the
contract for sick leave service credit. If an employee elects to use sick leave available for
service credit, such time cannot also be applied to the “sell back” provision under this
section.
ARTICLE 16: CATASTROPHIC ILLNESS/SICKLEAVE
HOURS TRANSFER
16.1 General Requirements: A Regular Full Time Shift employee shall be faced with or have
incurred either a catastrophic illness or major injury from an accident in order to be eligible
for this program. Individual determinations of catastrophic illness or major injury from an
accident shall be determined by the appointing authority (City Administrator)
16.2 The employee requesting the transfer of sick leave hours must have reached zero balances in
the sick leave, vacation, compensatory time and executive leave accounts during the illness
or recovery period in order to be eligible.
16.3 Generally, the illness or accident recovery period must be longer than three weeks for the
employee to be eligible. The appointing authority will evaluate each request and may modify
this time period based on the facts of the case.
16.4 Any employees desiring to contribute hours must maintain a minimum balance of three
hundred-sixty (360) hours after the transfer has been deducted from their sick leave
account(s).
16.5 Hours transferred from general employee accounts to any Shift Employee of the
ASSOCIATION shall be deducted in eight (8) hour blocks and converted into twenty- four
(24)-hour units by multiplying by three (3). The result shall be the number of hours that will
be transferred to the employee.
16.6 Hours transferred from these accounts to any forty (40) hour per week employee shall be
deducted in twenty-four (24) hour blocks and converted into eight hour units by dividing by
three (3). The result shall be the number of hours that will be transferred.
16.7 Employee Use of the Program - Employees MUST:
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A. Notify their Department Manager to request assistance in utilizing the program.
B. State the reason for the request and the approximate number of hours they believe
will be needed.
16.8 The Department Manager WILL:
A. File the employee's request with the Human Resources Office.
16.9 The Administrative Services Department WILL:
A. Present the request to the City Administrator for authorization and determination of
the validity of the request.
B. Disseminate notices to Municipal Departments stating an employee is in need of sick
leave hours and request interested employees to contact the Administrative Services
Department.
C. Maintain the confidentiality of the employee(s) who donates sick leave
hours to the employee in need.
D. Notify the Finance Specialist to make the transfer of sick leave hours when the
transfer is approved.
16.10 The City Administrator WILL:
A. Review requests for participation in the program.
C. Authorize or deny the transfer of sick leave hours pursuant to the request.
ARTICLE 17: PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS
17.1 Each Regular Full Time Shift employee under the age of forty-five (45) shall be entitled to a
physical examination every other year during the term of the contract, subject to the
financial guidelines stated in this section. Employees in this category who had a City paid
physical in the fiscal year just prior to the fiscal year of this contract shall not be entitled to
a City paid physical during the period of this contract.
17.2 Regular Full Time Shift Employees who turn forty-five (45) years of age during the term of
this contract shall be entitled to one City paid physical per year after attaining that age and
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subject to the financial guidelines stated in this section.
17.3 Regular Full Time Shift Employees forty-five (45) years of age or older shall be entitled to
one City paid physical examination per fiscal year, subject to the financial guidelines stated
in this section.
17.4 The City shall pay up to two hundred and twenty-five dollars ($225.00) for the physical
examination and accompanying tests. Any expense in excess of this amount shall be borne
by the employee.
17.5 A licensed physician of the employee’s choice may perform physical examinations. The
physician shall complete a Physician Evaluation Report Form. Payment shall be made upon
receipt by the Human Resources Office of the form and a statement of all charges, within
ninety (90) days from date-of-service.
ARTICLE 18: HOURS OF WORK/SCHEDULING
18.1 The work period for Shift Employees shall be fifty-six (56) hours.
A. Development of the shifts pursuant to this agreement shall be at the discretion of the
Department Manager, subject to meet and confer in good faith.
ARTICLE 19: OVERTIME COMPENSATION AND/OR
COMPENSATORY TIME
19.1 The CITY shall comply with all regulations established by the Fair Labor Standards Act
(FLSA)
19.2 Shift Employees shall have all overtime compensation based on the fifty-three (53) hour
work period rate. Exception: The three (3) hours between fifty-three (53) and fifty-six (56)
shall be compensated at half time.
19.3 There shall be a one (1) hour minimum call back.
19.4 Overtime shall be compensated at time and one-half for all work performed over the normal
work period. Paid time off shall be counted as time worked.
19.5 Employees entitled to overtime compensation may, in lieu of monetary
compensation for statutory overtime, choose to receive compensatory time at a rate of not less than
one and one-half hours for each hour of overtime worked. Compensatory time shall only be granted
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upon approval of the department manager.
19.6 Accrued compensatory time may be used within a “reasonable period” of time after an
employee’s request as long as it does not “unduly disrupt” the operations of the agency. (Per
FLSA guidelines)
19.7 Compensatory time may be accrued up to the following limits with Department Manager
approval: 75 hours (equals 50 straight-time hours)
19.8 In the event compensatory time is sold back to the CITY, it will be paid at the FLSA regular
rate on an hour-for-hour basis since it was accumulated at the time and one-half rate.
ARTICLE 20: INSURANCE PROGRAMS
20.1 The City offers a variety of insurance protection programs for the employee and
dependents. Some protection is provided through fully insured instruments. Other
protection is provided through a City self-funded program. Other protection is employee
funded.
20.2 For the purposes of this section the following definitions and groupings of coverage shall
exist:
A. Non-Elective (Core): Mandatory coverages: (Employer Paid)
1) The mandatory contribution required by CalPERS for each employee enrolled
in the medical protection program. The non-elective City contribution/premium
toward the medical will be the following:
Calendar Year 2007 $80.80 per month per employee
Calendar Year 2008 $97.00 per month per employee
Calendar Year 2009 TBD by PERS – minimum contribution
required under Gov. Code Section 22892)
Calendar Year 2010 TBD by PERS minimum contribution required
under Gov. Code Section 22892)
2) Employee/Dependent dental premium, established by the City’s
broker of record for the self-insured dental plan, depending on the
level of coverage chosen
3) Collective employee/dependent vision premium established by the City’s
broker of record for the self-insured vision plan.
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4) Basic $30,000 life insurance premium (available only to Full-Time Shift
employees).
5) Accidental Death and Dismemberment Policy (available only to Full Time
shift employees)
B. Elective (non-core) coverages, available for purchase with flexible spending monies
given each eligible employee:
1) Employee and/or dependent medical coverage in the CalPERS Program less
the mandatory per month required employer payment.
2) Optional (Supplemental) Life Insurance
3) I.R.C. Section 125 - Flexible Spending Account
4) I.R.C. Section 125 - Dependent Care
C. Opting Out (Medical Program Only): Full-Time Shift- employees may elect not to
participate in the CalPERS medical plan. Anyone opting out shall only be eligible to
take cash in the amount of $291 per month, providing they meet the following
condition(s):
1) They shall submit proof of coverage elsewhere.
2) They shall sign a medical plan waiver.
3) Married employees shall be required to obtain the signature of their spouse on
the medical plan waiver form.
4) Employees under legal order to provide medical coverage for any dependents
shall only be permitted to opt out after showing proof of coverage for each
dependent identified in such legal order.
D. Section 125 Plan: The City's insurance plan is structured within this tax-deferred
program. This is an Internal Revenue Code permitted plan. A third party
administrator provides administration of the plan. The City pays administrative fees.
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20.3 Medical Insurance Contributions:
A. For the period July 1, 2007 through December 31, 2010, City shall contribute
toward employee medical premiums in an amount not to exceed eighty
percent (80%) of CalPERS CHOICE premium for employees and
dependents, who are enrolled in City sponsored PEMHCA plan. Eighty
percent computation includes the non-elective, mandatory CalPERS
premium.
20.4 If employees select elective benefits which cost more than their allotted flexible spending
dollars as defined in Section 20.3, that cost will be deducted through payroll deduction on a
monthly basis, using pre-tax dollars.
20.6 Long Term Disability Insurance: The CITY also agrees to pay a monthly premium of
$12.00 for the Group Long Term Disability Insurance (LTD), provided through Myers-
Stevens and Toohey effective with the first billing period subsequent to the enrollment of
eligible members of the Association.
20.7 As stated in Section 20.2(B.2) above, the CITY agrees to maintain a contract for
Supplemental Term Life Insurance. The cost of this insurance shall be paid fully by each
participating employee. Implementation and continuation requires participation of ten (10)
employees from the eligible group. For purposes of this program the eligible group shall
include all city employees currently eligible for the City Funded Life Insurance. Individuals
must purchase coverage in blocks of $10,000, with 5 blocks available without a medical
certification/examination. Dependent blocks are also available. Rates for each $10,000 of
coverage and are determined on a cash-specific basis using age of the individual and whether
or not the individual is a smoker/non-smoker.
ARTICLE 21: OTHER BENEFITS
21.1 Jury Duty
A. The CITY provides time off with no loss of salary for employees who must fulfill
jury duty obligations. Employees shall be entitled to keep the mileage
reimbursement for such service. Any per diem amount received by the employee
shall be signed over to the CITY.
21.2 Employee Payroll Deductions
A. The CITY, upon authorization from any employee, shall make direct deposit(s) to the
financial institution of the employee’s choice providing the CITY has the compatible
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technology to do so. Employee funded insurance programs and deductions for
deferred compensation programs shall be paid through payroll withholding.
21.3 Acting Out of Class Pay
A. Regular full time shift employees assigned to work out of class shall receive pay for
duties of the position assumed after serving a minimum of one (1) hour until they are
relieved of the duties of the acting out of class assignment.
B. Rate of Compensation: Employees eligible for acting out of class pay shall receive
increased pay as provided below:
Engineer working as Fire Captain: Closest higher step with a minimum
guarantee of 5%
21.4 Layoff Policy: Per Resolution 92-90, the policies and procedures for the layoff of
City employees are incorporated herein as “EXHIBIT 1” to the MOU.
ARTICLE 22: IMPASSE RESOLUTION
22.1 Impasse Defined
A. "Impasse" means that the representatives of the City and a recognized employee
organization have reached a point in their meeting and conferring in good faith where
their differences on matters to be included in a Memorandum of Understanding, and
concerning which they are required to meet and confer, remain so substantial and
prolonged that further meeting and conferring would be futile.
22.2 Initiation of Impasse Procedures
If the meet and confer process has reached impasse as defined in "A" above, either party may
initiate the impasse procedures by filing with the other party a written request for an impasse
meeting, together with a statement of its position on all issues. The City Administrator shall
then schedule an impasse meeting promptly. The purpose of such meeting shall be:
A. To allow the parties to review each others position in a final effort to reach
agreement on a Memorandum of Understanding; and
B. To discuss arrangements for the utilization of the impasse procedures if the impasse
is not resolved.
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22.3 Mediation
A. The parties agree that if the impasse is not resolved the dispute shall be submitted to
a mediator from the California State Mediation and Conciliation Service. Costs for
mediation services, if any, shall be borne equally by the City and the Employee
Association.
B. All mediation proceedings shall be private. The mediator shall make no public
recommendation, nor take any public position at any time concerning the issues.
ARTICLE 23: COMPARABLE CITIES
23.1 During the term of this agreement, CITY and ASSOCIATION will meet in an effort to agree
upon at least three (3) new benchmark cities for purposes of comparing future salary and
benefit data for classifications within the ASSOCIATION.
ARTICLE 24: MANAGEMENT RIGHTS
24.1 It is understood and agreed that the CITY retains all of its powers and authority to manage
municipal services and the work force performing those services.
24.2 It is agreed that during the term of this contract the CITY shall not be required to meet and
confer on matters, which are solely a function of management,
including the right to:
A. Determine and modify the organization of City government and its constituent work
units.
B. Determine the nature, standards, levels, and mode of delivery of services to be
offered to the public.
C. Determine the methods, means, and the numbers and kinds of personnel by which
services are to be provided.
D. Determine whether goods or services shall be made or provided by the City, or shall
be purchased, or contracted for.
E. Establish employee performance standards and to require compliance therewith.
F. Discharge, suspend, demote, reduce in pay, reprimand, withhold salary increases and
benefits, or otherwise discipline employees, subject to the requirements of applicable
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law including the current Personnel Ordinance.
G. Relieve employees from duty because of lack of work or lack of funds or for other
legitimate reasons.
H. Implement rules, regulations, and directives consistent with all applicable laws and
the specific provisions of the Memorandum of Understanding.
I. Take all necessary actions to protect the public and carry out its mission in
emergencies.
24.3 Decisions under this section shall not be subject to the grievance procedure unless
specifically authorized by the Personnel Ordinance or other applicable law.
ARTICLE 25: CARMEL REGIONAL FIRE AMBULANCE
25.1 CITY and ASSOCIATION agree that they shall meet and confer regarding any terms and
conditions of employment of ASSOCIATION members that may be affected by a change to
CITY’s relationship with the Carmel Regional Fire Ambulance (CRFA).
ARTICLE 26: CONSOLIDATION
26.1 CITY and ASSOCIATION agree that they will meet and confer regarding any terms and
conditions of employment of ASSOCIATION members that may be affected by consideration of
consolidation of the existing Carmel-by-the-Sea Fire Department with another agency or agencies.
CITY also agrees that one or more ASSOCIATION members shall be selected to participate on a
task force formed by the City Administrator upon the inception of initial discussions regarding
consolidation studies relative to the Carmel-by-the-Sea Fire Department.
ARTICLE 27: SEPARABILITY
27.1 If a court of competent jurisdiction finally determines that any provision of the Memorandum of
Understanding is invalid and unenforceable, such provision shall be separable, and the remaining
provisions of the Memorandum of Understanding shall remain in full force and effect.
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ARTICLE 28: EFFECT OF AGREEMENT
28.1 This Memorandum of Understanding sets forth the full and complete under-standing between the
parties hereto. Any items, from previous agreements, not addressed in this agreement are carried
forward.
SIGNATURES
For the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea:
_______________________________________________________________
Rich Guillen, City Administrator Dated
For the Carmel Professional Firefighters Association:
_______________________________________________________________
August Beacham, Negotiator Dated
_______________________________________________________________
Matt Gardner, Negotiator Dated
_______________________________________________________________
, IAFF Negotiator Dated
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EXHIBIT “1"
Layoff Policy
Per Resolution 92-90
(Layoff Policy Included in the MOU per agreement)
Introduction
It is the intention of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea to provide a layoff policy that insures fairness
and objectivity to all City employees as well as the best opportunity for a transition to reemployment.
The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, at its sole discretion, may layoff an employee due to the lack of
work, lack of funds, discontinuance of a program or service, or for any similar reason. The City
shall inform affected employees and the employee's representative Association regarding potential
layoffs in a timely manner when the City becomes aware of potential layoffs.
The City shall utilize a committee appointed by the City Administrator, composed of administration
and recognized Employee Association representatives, to review potential layoffs and discuss
alternatives to layoffs.
For the purposes of this policy the following definitions shall apply:
Positions A group of duties and responsibilities assigned to one employee
Classification A group of positions with the same job title having similar duties,
responsibilities, and qualifications
Re-Employment List A list for a specific position or classification containing the names of
laid off employees who have reinstatement rights to that
classification or position
Laid-Off Employee List One master list containing the names of all employees who are in a
layoff status
Regular Full-time Position A full-time position is an authorized budgeted position, which may
only be filled for the Department’s standard workweek as
approved by the City Council on a full-time basis and entitled to
the benefits negotiated by the applicable bargaining unit.
Employees working 35 hours per week or more shall be
considered full-time.
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Regular Part-time Position Regular part-time positions are those authorized by the City
Administrator to have regularly scheduled workweeks.
Employees filling these positions shall work a minimum of 1000
hours in a fiscal year and less than the City’s standard workweek
established for that position. Employees authorized for these
positions shall be eligible for specific benefits, determined by the
number of hours authorized to work in the fiscal year, as follows:
1. 1,000 – 1,559 hours worked per fiscal year. Those
benefits required by applicable state and federal law,
membership in the California Public Employees Retirement
System (CalPERS), and eligible for participation in the
CalPERS Health program at the employee’s expense. These
positions shall be considered at-will employees.
2. 1,560 hours worked per fiscal year and less than 1,819 hours
worked per fiscal year. All benefits available to full-time
positions, except that all leave hours, including but not
limited to vacation leave, general leave, sick leave and
bereavement leave, shall be computed at 75% of the full-time
position entitlements.
Temporary Employee These positions work no more than 1,000 hours per fiscal year and are
eligible for only those benefits required by applicable state and
federal laws. These positions shall be considered at-will
employees
Intermittent Fire Engineer An employee who works in the capacity of a Fire Engineer in a
seasonal, limited-term emergency, intermittent, substitute, or other
irregular basis, who works an average of twenty-four (24) hours
per month in a fiscal year.
City The City Administrator and the powers granted the position by the
City Council
Base Pay For the purpose of layoffs base salary includes the salary listed on the
applicable range-step scale for a classification plus the percentage
of educational incentive pay (EIP) that an employee is receiving
immediately prior to layoff.
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LAYOFFS
I. Procedure
Layoffs shall be determined within City departments, not the City as a whole. In the event of a
reduction in work force in a department, the City shall designate the classification(s) and position(s)
to be eliminated. The City shall provide affected employees and their Association representative(s)
with a current seniority list for the positions affected, the basis for proposed layoffs, the effective
date of layoffs, and a copy of this policy no later than thirty (30) calendar days prior to the effective
date of the layoffs. Additionally, affected employees shall be provided a summary of all accrued
benefits and entitlement at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to the effective date of layoffs.
Layoffs shall be made among all representation unit employees in the same classification within a
City department in the following order:
A. Temporary employees;
B. Probationary new employees;
C. Regular Part-time employees working 1,000 – 1,559 hours per fiscal year.
D. Regular Part-time employees working 1,560 – 1,819 hours per fiscal year, and
Intermittent Fire Engineers
E. Regular Full-time employees;
No regular full-time or regular part-time employee within a department shall be laid off in any
classification if there are temporary employees in an active status in the same classification within
that department.
II. Seniority Defined
Except as stated otherwise in this policy, for purposes of layoff, seniority shall be defined as the
length of paid continuous service in all regular full-time positions within the City as determined by
City personnel records. Continuous service for purposes of determining seniority shall be defined to
include work related injury leave of up to one (1) year's duration, per leave and cumulatively. For
purposes of layoff, seniority for Intermittent Fire Engineers shall be date of hire for that
classification.
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III. Layoff by Classification
Layoffs shall be accomplished solely within individual departments, except as noted in IV below.
The order of layoff within a classification shall be based exclusively on seniority, with the least
senior employee being the first to be laid off.
IV. "Right to Return"
In the event that an employee is to be laid off, that employee shall have the right to return to
("bump") any specific position in the City in which the employee has served in regular full-time
status or has qualifications for a lower classification within that department, with due consideration
to reclassifications, job descriptions and changes in titles of the position previously held. In cases
where the prior position has been reclassified or the title changed, the City Administrator shall
determine whether a right to return exists. An employee must notify the City within ten (10)
calendar days after receipt or written notice of layoff of his/her desire to return to any classification
or position, and shall identify the classification or position.
V. Severance Pay
Each laid off employee shall receive severance pay based on the following:
Years of paid service Severance pay
Less than 5 years An amount equal to 3 weeks pay
5 - 10 years An amount equal to 4 weeks pay
11 - 15 years An amount equal to 5 weeks pay
16 years and over An amount equal to 6 weeks pay
VI. Health Insurance
Each employee who at time of layoff is covered by the City's Health Protection Plan shall be eligible
to continue group health insurances under the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget
Reconciliation Act (COBRA) with the City's group health plan for a period defined by law. Cost for
participation in this program shall be paid by the employee pursuant to the rules and regulations of
COBRA.
If a laid off employee elects this coverage, the benefit will continue until whichever of the following
events occurs first:
* Expiration of COBRA period defined by law
* Employee becomes covered under any other group health plan as an employee or dependent.
If the laid off employee fails to notify the City of such coverage, the City may
immediately terminate group coverage under COBRA and take action to recover the
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City's costs for the period of time of dual eligibility.
* Employee or covered dependent becomes eligible for Medicare.
VII. Accrued Time
At the time of separation, each laid off employee shall be paid in full for all accrued time earned
during the course of employment to include 100 percent (100%) of vacation time, holidays,
compensatory time, general leave and management leave.
Shift employees of the Fire Department shall have accrued hours in their vacation accounts divided
in half and paid at their current hourly rate (Section X (C)(1) of the 1991-92 MOU).
Accrued sick leave at the employee's option shall be paid, at the employee's hourly rate at time of
layoff, as follows:
A. Employees hired prior to November 1, 1984, shall be paid fifty percent (50%) of accrued sick
leave in their account.
B. Employees hired after November 1, 1984, shall be paid fifty percent (50%) of accrued sick leave
in their account to a maximum of three hundred (300) hours.
C. Shift Employees of the Fire Department shall have hours in their sick leave account converted as
described in Section XIII of the 1991-92 MOU and then paid as described in sections
A or B above.
In-lieu of being compensated for accrued sick leave, a laid off employee may choose to leave
his/her sick leave hours on account with the City until recalled for employment or for no more than
twenty-four (24) months from date of layoff. If a laid off employee is not recalled for employment
within twenty-four (24) months he/she shall be paid in accordance with applicable Sections A-C
above at the hourly rate in existence at time of layoff.
VIII. Re-employment of Laid off Employees - Only
The names of persons laid off under these procedures shall be maintained on a City re-employment
list for the classification from which the employee was laid off and for those specific positions that
an employee previously held in regular City service for a
period of up to twenty-four (24) months from date of layoff. When using a re-employment list to fill
a position in a classification from which layoffs have occurred within the twenty-four (24) month
period, the City shall re-employ laid off employees from the list in reverse order of layoff. During
the twenty-four (24) month period, no new employee shall be hired nor shall any employee be
promoted to a classification from which layoffs have occurred until all employees on layoff status in
that classification have had the opportunities permitted under this policy.
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A laid off employee may be removed from the City re-employment list for any of the following
reasons: 1) The expiration of twenty-four (24) months from the date of layoff; or 2) Failure to
accept an offer of employment with the City in the classification held prior to layoff; or 3) Failure to
appear for a job interview after fourteen (14) days notification by Certified U.S. Mail of such
interview; or 4) Failure to respond within fourteen (14) days of available employment; or 5) Request
in writing by the laid off employee to be removed from this list.
It is the responsibility of the laid off employee to advise the City Personnel Office, in writing, of any
change in address or phone number. Failure to abide by this provision constitutes a waiver of rights
by the employee.
IX. Retraining
It is the City's intent to consider on-the-job training programs for laid off employees or employees
who have received notification of layoffs who may be interested in transitioning to other available
positions within the City for which they may or may not yet be fully qualified. If an employee's
qualifications are judged to meet the minimum desirable qualifications as outlined in the job
description, or if, in the opinion of the City Administrator in cooperation with the Personnel Officer
and Department Director it is reasonable to expect the employee to meet the minimum desirable
qualifications within a 90 calendar day period of on-the-job training, without any adverse impact on
the City or any City program or service, the City will consider that laid off employee prior to any
other employee or applicant. In the event that there is more than one laid off employee who is
considered for retraining, the laid off employee who has greater seniority will be given first priority
for consideration of the on-the-job training opportunity. If a laid off employee is selected for such a
position he/she will serve the training and observation period established by applicable MOU for
that position.
X. Restoration of Benefits for Recalled Employees
Any employee who has been laid off and is hired from a City re-employment list under the terms of
this article within twenty-four (24) months from the date of layoff shall be entitled to: 1) Restoration
of regular status or for employees who have not completed their training and observation period,
credit for that portion which has been completed shall be given; and 2) Restoration of any accrued
time lost due to layoff; and 3) Credit for all years of service, which does not include time spent on
layoff for the purpose of determining seniority and benefits, with the exception of retirement system
benefits which are controlled by the Public Employees' Retirement System; and 4) Placement in the
same step of the salary range the employee held at time of layoff.
Deleted: June 30
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Memorandum of Understanding: Carmel Professional Firefighters
July 1, 2007 – December 31, 2010
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XI. Appeal Procedure
An employee directly affected by the operation of this policy may, within ten (10) calendar days
after notice of layoff is received, request a meeting with his/her department manager to review the
application of this policy as it affects the employee's status. The employee may be accompanied by
the representative of his/her choice.
If the employee is not satisfied with the review provided by his/her department manager, a further
review of the application of the layoff policy may be requested by the employee with the City
Administrator. This request must be made within five (5) calendar days after the discussion with the
employee's department manager. The determination of the City Administrator is final. An employee
has no due process right to an evidentiary appeal to challenge a layoff.

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