Steering Committee Meeting

Date: 
Monday, December 11, 2017
Time: 
12:00 P.M. - 2:00 P.M.

The Steering Committee is scheduled to meet Monday, December 11th, 2017 at the SBCCOG/SBESC Office, located at 20285 S. Western Ave, Suite 100, Torrance, CA 90501. Lunch will be provided.

To ensure a quorum, please RSVP to natalie@southbaycities.org 

 

AGENDA

 

I. INTRODUCTIONS  

 

II. REPORT OF POSTING OF AGENDA

ACTION:  Receive and file

 

III. ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ANY CHANGES TO THE AGENDA  

 

IV. REVIEW OF HANDOUTS

 

V. PUBLIC COMMENT

 

VI. CONSENT CALENDAR – action items noted, remainder are receive & file – 12:05 pm

A. Steering Committee – November 13, 2017 meeting minutes attached 

  • ACTION:  Approve

 

B. Contract Amendment #3 with Southern California Gas Company for work with LA Department of Water and Power  

 

C. Office I.T. Equipment Replacement

  • Memos attached
  • ACTION:  Approve purchase and installation of two new Lenovo office computers at cost not to exceed $2,283.58, which will be paid from the credit provided by CSG.  The net cost is $13.16.

 

D. SCAG Video Conference Equipment Agreement Extension  

  •  ACTION:  Approve as long as nothing has changed from the previous agreement

 

E. Stormwater Funding Measure Stakeholder Advisory Committee appointment 

  • Memo attached
  • ACTION:   Appoint Hany Fangary to the L.A. Flood Control District’s Stormwater Funding Measure Stakeholder Advisory Committee  

 

F. Office Walls   

  • ACTION:   Request city tiles for the SBCCOG office hallway wall  

 

G. 2017 General Assembly Outstanding Sponsorships

  • As of December 1, 2017 - $2500 (SCG) 

 

VII. ACTION ITEMS   

H. Strategic Growth Council Contract Amendments – 12:15 pm

  • Amendment to Siembab Corporation Contract with SBCCOG – attached
  • ACTION:  Approve amendment with Siembab Corporation and its subcontractors for SGC work for an amount not to exceed $17,000 which is coming from one of the other consultant’s budget that was not spent.  This brings the total budget of the Siembab Corporation contract to an amount not to exceed $322,000 for the 3 year project.

 

I. Legislative Issues – 12:25 pm

  • Legislative Breakfast – January 11, 2018
  • ACTION:  Solicit and add city questions in advance that we would like answered
  • Legislative Meet and Greet – January 26, 2018 – co-sponsoring with LCC and SBACC

   

J. 2018 General Assembly – M.C. Larry Kosmont – 12:30 pm

  • Flyer attached
  • Attendee gift selection
  • Sponsorships as of December 4, 2017 - $40,500 in cash and $8,413 in kind
  • ACTION:  Offer Kosmont in kind sponsorship for his time and expertise and provide direction on attendee gift

 

K. Board Meeting agenda development – 12:40 pm  

  • January

i. Southern California Aerospace Alliance

ii. SCWC's WaterNext campaign – Charles Wilson, Executive Director

iii. Mid-Year Budget report

iv. Wrap of Climate Action Planning – Kim

v. Census speaker

vi. Face of the Program – Grace

vii. Possible Park and Rec issue re: Measure A – John Jones

  • March

i.    LA BioMed – presentation and tour?

ii.    Face of the Program – Cierra

iii.    Notice of Intention to Increase Dues – year 4 of 5 year program

iv.    Quarterly Energy Efficiency report

v.    Mid-Year Review of WBMWD program 

vi.    Workshop before the Board meeting on Measure M program implementation

  • April

i.    SBCCOG Annual Work Program 

ii.    Adapting to Changing Climate – Dr. Alex Hall, UCLA Center for Climate Science (Osborne suggestion from SCAG EEC)

 

L. Ad Hoc Dues Formula Committee – 12:50 pm

  • Chair to report 
  • Sign-ups by the deadline: 
  • Councilmembers:  Frank Zerunyan – Rolling Hills Estates; Bea Dieringer –   Rolling Hills; Christian Horvath – Redondo Beach; Nancy Hersman – Manhattan Beach
  •  City Managers:  Doug Prichard – Rolling Hills Estates; Sergio Gonzalez – Hermosa Beach
  • ACTION:  Ratify chair’s recommendation

 

M. Approval of Invoices – available at the meeting – 12:55 pm

  • ACTION:   Approve invoices for payment

 

VIII. INFORMATION ITEMS

N. Climate Action Planning – 1:00 pm

  • City Meetings
  • December 13 Forum update

 

O. South Bay Environmental Services Center Activities Report – attached – 1:05 pm

  • 3 Holiday Light Exchanges this year
  • SCE goal – 92% achieved
  • End of the Streetlight Program by SCE 

 

P. Special Initiatives/Meeting Reports – 1:15 pm

  • Update on Homeless Program  
  • Broadband Next Steps  
  • Short Term Rental Task Force  
  • Senior Services Working Group report – Britt Huff  
  • CALCOG Board of Directors’meeting report – Britt Huff   

 

Q. Special Events – 1:30 pm

  • January 18 Gerald Desmond Bridge – confirmed
  • Possibilities

• Cannabis Manufacturing Facility

• Tour of LA Bio Med

• Crisis media training

• Social media workshop

 

R.   CCA Report – Christian Horvath – 1:35 pm  

 

S. Progress on Special Purpose Grants – 1:40 pm

  •  Currently funded

i. Microgrid Project in Carson – CEC

ii. Regional Broadband network – SBWIB and County

iii. Homeless Services coordination – County

  • Proposals pending

i. SCE/SCG Strategic Plan funds – for energy benchmarking for cities

ii. Measure M administration

iii. CSUDH/SBWIB/SBCCOG application re: study of student transportation in the South Bay with SB 1 research funds

iv. Caltrans Planning Grant re: Feasibility Study of Slow Speed Network

  • Under Discussion

i. CARB

ii. AQMD

 

IX. STRATEGIC POSITIONING ITEMS/ANNOUNCEMENTS AND UPDATES

T. Other updates since agenda distribution – 1:50 pm

 

NEXT STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING – Monday, January 8, 2018 @ 12:00 pm 

 

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