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Agenda
City of Vernon
Regular City Council Meeting
Tuesday, December 18, 2018, 09:00 AM
City Hall, Council Chamber
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, California
Yvette Woodruff-Perez, Mayor
William J. Davis, Mayor Pro-Tem
Luz Martinez, Council Member
Leticia Lopez, Council Member
Melissa Ybarra, Council Member

CALL TO ORDER & FLAG SALUTE

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

PUBLIC COMMENT
At this time the public is encouraged to address the City Council on any matter that is within the subject matter
jurisdiction of the City Council. The public will also be given a chance to comment on matters which are on the
posted agenda during City Council deliberation on those specific matters.

PRESENTATION

1. City Administration
Presentation of Grantee Certificates and Report on FY 2018/2019 Docket II Grants
Awarded by Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee

Recommendation:
A. Find that receiving this report on grants awarded by the Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant
Committee is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because it is an
administrative action that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and,
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B. Present Certificates to FY 2018/2019 Docket II Grant Recipients; and

C. Receive and file this report, as it is being provided for informational purposes only pursuant to
Section 2.167(e) of the Vernon Municipal Code.

2. City Administration
Presentation by Nicole Soghomonian of Limitless Dance Company

Recommendation:
No action required by the City Council. This is a presentation item only.

CONSENT CALENDAR
All matters listed on the Consent Calendar are to be approved with one motion. Items may be removed from the
Consent Calendar by any member of the Council. Those items removed will be considered immediately after the
Consent Calendar.

3. City Clerk
Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting Held November 20, 2018.

Recommendation:
A. Receive and File
City Council Minutes 11-20-18

4. City Clerk
Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting Held December 4, 2018.

Recommendation:
A. Receive and File
City Council Minutes 12-04-18

5. City Administration
Approval of an Agreement with AT&T Corp. for the Provision of Internet Service to City
Hall

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt under the California Environmental Quality
Act ("CEQA") review, because it is continuing administrative activity that will not result in direct or
indirect physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a "project" as defined
by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Approve the proposed Agreement with AT&T Corp. (AT&T) in the amount not to exceed
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$51,622.00 for a two year period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2021; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the proposed Agreement with AT&T, in
substantially the same form as submitted herewith, for the provision of internet service to City Hall.
1. City of Vernon - ADI Quote
2. AT&T Agreement Package

6. Finance/ Treasury
Approval of City Payroll Warrant Register No. 750 Covering the Period of November 01
through November 30, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Approve City Payroll Warrant Register No. 750 which totals $2,950,309.65 and consists of the
following:

1) Ratification of direct deposits, checks and taxes totaling $2,340,871.56.
2) Checks and electronic fund transfers (EFT) paid through General bank account totaling
$609,438.09.
1. City Payroll Warrant Register No. 750

7. Finance/ Treasury
Approval of Operating Account Warrant Register No. 13 Covering the Period of
November 27 through December 10, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Approve Operating Account Warrant Register No. 13 which totals $4,234,683.30 and consists
of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $3,891,221.28.
2) Ratification of the issuance of early checks totaling $319,448.56.
3) Authorization to issue pending checks totaling $24,013.46.
1. Operating Account Warrant Register No. 13

8. Finance/ Treasury
Approval of Federal Funds for Street Improvements Account Warrant Register No. 24
Covering the Period of November 27 through December 10, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Approve Federal Funds for Street Improvements Account Warrant Register No. 24 which
totals $68,850.16 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $68,850.16.

1. Federal Funds for Street Improvements Warrant Register No. 24
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ORDINANCE

9. Public Works
Ordinance No. 1258 - An Ordinance Adding Sec. 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16 of the
Vernon Municipal Code to Establish Parking Rules for Furlong Place, a Private
City-Owned Street

Recommendation:
A. Find that the proposed action is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act
(“CEQA”) review because it is a continuing administrative activity that will not result in any direct or
indirect changes in the environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines section 15378. Further, even if the establishment of parking rules for Furlong
Place were considered a “project,” it would be exempt from CEQA review in accordance with
Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that may have a significant
effect on the environment; and

B. Approve the second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 1258 adding Sec. 16.23-1 to Article I of
Chapter 16 of the Vernon Municipal Code to Establish Parking Rules for Furlong Place, a Private
City-Owned Street.
1. Notice of Public Hearing - Ordinance Establishing Rules for Parking on Furlong Place
2. Ordinance No. 1258 - Establishing Parking Rules for Furlong Place

NEW BUSINESS

10. City Administration
A Resolution Submitting Two Measures to the Voters of the City of Vernon at the April 9,
2019 General Municipal Election to Amend Chapters 3.5 and 3.6 of Article III of the City
Charter

Recommendation:
A. Find that adoption of the proposed resolution is exempt from California Environmental Quality
Act (“CEQA”) review because it is an administrative action that will not result in direct or indirect
physical changes in the environment and, therefore, does not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Adopt a Resolution Submitting to the Voters of the City of Vernon at the City’s April 9, 2019
General Municipal Election Two Measures, Measure S and Measure T respectively, to Amend
Chapters 3.5 and 3.6 of Article III of the City Charter; and

C. Authorize the Mayor to prepare and file a written argument in favor of Measure S, on behalf of
the City Council, pursuant to California Elections Code Section 9282; and

D. Authorize the Mayor to prepare and file a written argument in favor of Measure T, on behalf of
the City Council, pursuant to California Elections Code Section 9282.
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1. Resolution - Ballot Measures for Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem Selection

11. Human Resources
A Resolution Adopting an Amended and Restated Fringe Benefits and Salary Resolution
in Accordance with Government Code Section 20636(B)(1) and Repealing All Resolutions
in Conflict Therewith

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of the attached resolution in this staff report is exempt from California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review because it is an administrative activity that will not result
in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and therefore does not constitute a “project”
as defined by CEQA Guidelines Section 15378; and

B. Adopt the attached resolution amending and restating the Citywide Fringe Benefits and Salary
Resolution, to Amend Exhibit A, Classification and Compensation Plan adopting the following:
1. New classification and associated salary range of Utilities Operations Trainee, Salary Grade 23
(Monthly Salary $5718 - $6,950)

C. Approve the job description for:
1. Utilities Operations Trainee
1. Fringe Benefits & Salary Resolution
2. Job Description - Utilities Operations Trainee

12. Public Utilities
A Resolution approving the City of Vernon Public Utilities Department Amended Economic
Development Rate Program and the General Form of Agreement for Economic
Development Incentive on electric service regarding electrical rates to be charged for
electrical energy distributed and supplied by the City within its boundaries

Recommendation:
A. Find that the adoption of the proposed resolution is exempt under the California Environmental
Quality Act (CEQA), because is not in reference to a “project” subject to the CEQA Guidelines
under Section 15378 because it involves an administrative activity and (b) even if this approval were
a “project” subject to CEQA, the approval requested is exempt in accordance with CEQA
Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that may have
a significant effect on the environment, and any construction that may occur by a private party in the
future in reliance on this approval would be subject to CEQA review by another governmental
agency at that time when actual details of any physical proposal would be more than speculative; and

B. Adopt a Resolution approving the City of Vernon Public Utilities Department Amended
Economic Development Rate Program and the general form of Agreement for Economic
Development Incentive on electric service regarding electrical rates to be charged for electrical
energy distributed and supplied by the City within its boundaries.
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1. Table 1 - Five-Year Incentive Program
2. Resolution - Amending Economic Development Rate

ORAL REPORTS
City Administrator Reports - brief reports on activities and other brief announcements.

City Council Reports - brief AB1234 reports, or reports on: activities, announcements, or directives to staff.

CLOSED SESSION

13. City Attorney
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Significant exposure to litigation.
Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)

Number of potential cases: 3

ADJOURNMENT

I hereby certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California, that the foregoing agenda was
posted on the bulletin board at the main entrance of the City of Vernon City Hall, located at 4305 Santa Fe
Avenue, Vernon, California, and on the City’s website, not less than 72 hours prior to the meeting set forth on this
agenda.
Dated this 12th day of December 2018.

By: ________________________________
Maria E. Ayala
City Clerk

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-428-2018
Submitted by: Diana Figueroa
Submitting Department: City Administration
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
Presentation of Grantee Certificates and Report on FY 2018/2019 Docket II Grants Awarded by Vernon
CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee

Recommendation:
A. Find that receiving this report on grants awarded by the Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee is exempt
from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because it is an administrative action that will not result in
direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and, therefore, does not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Present Certificates to FY 2018/2019 Docket II Grant Recipients; and

C. Receive and file this report, as it is being provided for informational purposes only pursuant to Section 2.167(e) of
the Vernon Municipal Code.

Backgroud:
On November 28, 2018, the Vernon CommUNITY Fund Grant Committee (“Grant Committee”) held its second grant
award meeting for the 2018/2019 Fiscal Year. There were five (5) Direct Service Grant applicants included on the
second docket (listed below) and all five (5) were approved by the Grant Committee at the terms recommended:

1. Alzheimer's Greater Los Angeles (returning grantee)
Original Amount Requested: $45,000
Amount Recommended: $40,000
Proposed Term: 1 year

2. CA Derby Dolls
Original Amount Requested: $50,000
Amount Recommended: $40,000
Proposed Term: 1 year

3. Echo - formerly Center for Nonviolent Education & Parenting
Original Amount Requested: $40,000
Amount Recommended: $20,000
Proposed Term: 1 year

4. Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles (returning grantee)
Original Amount Requested: $50,000
Amount Recommended: $30,000 7
Proposed Term: 1 year

5. Girls on the Run of Los Angeles County
Original Amount Requested: $25,000
Amount Recommended: $20,000
Proposed Term: 1 year

Section 2.167(e) of the Vernon Municipal Code requires the Grant Committee Executive Director (City Administrator)
to provide the City Council a report of the grant related actions taken by the Grant Committee within 30 days of any
regular meeting and within 15 days of any special meeting at which grants are awarded.

Fiscal Impact:
The Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Docket II total recommended grant award amount of $150,000 is included in the
2018/2019 City Budget and is within the recommended quarterly allocation of $154,781 for direct service grants.

ATTACHMENTS

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Agenda Item No. COV-3-2019
Submitted by: Lilia Hernandez
Submitting Department: City Administration
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
Presentation by Nicole Soghomonian of Limitless Dance Company

Recommendation:
No action required by the City Council. This is a presentation item only.

Backgroud:
Community arts and recreational programs are important mechanisms for building social capital and strengthening
community. With the City's increasing residential population and changing demographic in recent years, the City's
administration is interested in exploring opportunities for facilitating access to recreational/extra curricular activities and
programs for the benefit of local youth. A professionally trained and experienced instructor, Nicole Soghomonian of
Limitless Dance Company, will provide a brief presentation on its program. Limitless Dance Company is a unique
organization designed to empower victims of trauma and abuse. This program promotes healing, empowerment, and
self confidence through dance. Limitless Dance is seeking to establish its program in the greater underserved Los
Angeles areas.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS

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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF THE
CITY OF VERNON HELD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2018, IN
COUNCIL CHAMBER OF CITY HALL LOCATED AT 4305 SANTA FE
AVENUE, VERNON, CALIFORNIA

CALL TO ORDER & FLAG SALUTE

Members Present: William Davis, Luz Martinez, Melissa Ybarra
Members Absent: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, Leticia Lopez

The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Mayor Pro Tempore William Davis. Police
Chief, Anthony Miranda, led the flag salute.

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

There was no changes to the Agenda.

PUBLIC COMMENT

No Public Comment provided.

PUBLIC HEARING

1. A Resolution Adopting the Vernon Public Utilities 2018 Integrated Resource
Plan
Recommendation: A. Find that approval of this action does not constitute a
“project” pursuant to section 15378(b)(2) of the Guidelines to the California
Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”), because such action constitutes an
administrative activity; and even if the adoption of the proposed item did
constitute a project, it would be exempt in accordance with CEQA Guidelines
section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that
may have an effect on the environment; and

B. Conduct a Public Hearing; and

C. Adopt a Resolution Adopting the Vernon Public Utilities 2018 Integrated
Resource Plan.

City Clerk Maria Ayala announced the proposed item.

Integrated Resources Manager, Abraham Alemu reported on the proposed.

Mayor Pro Tempore William Davis opened the Public Hearing at 9:05 a.m.

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No public comment provided.

Mayor Pro Tempore William Davis closed the Public Hearing at 9:06 a.m.

It was moved by Luz Martinez and seconded by Melissa Ybarra to A. Find that approval of this
action does not constitute a “project” pursuant to section 15378(b)(2) of the Guidelines to the
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”), because such action constitutes an
administrative activity; and even if the adoption of the proposed item did constitute a project, it
would be exempt in accordance with CEQA Guidelines section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that
CEQA only applies to projects that may have an effect on the environment; and B. Conduct a
Public Hearing; and C. Adopt a Resolution Adopting the Vernon Public Utilities 2018 Integrated
Resource Plan. Motion carried, 3 - 0.

Yes: William Davis, Luz Martinez, Melissa Ybarra
No: None

PRESENTATION

2. Employee Service Pin Awards for October 2018
Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation
only.

City Clerk, Maria Ayala introduced the service pin awardees, City Administrator Carlos Fandino
presented the service pins to Rafael Castellanos, and Felix Velasco who were in attendance.

3. Oath of Office Presentation
Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation
only.

Fire Chief Bruce English said a few words about the newly recruited Fire Personnel and announced
that the full recruit graduation ceremony will be conducted on November 21st at Fire Station 76.

City Clerk Maria Ayala administered the Oath of Office to new Firefighter recruits Devine
Reynolds, Carlos Hernandez, Kevin Tovar, and Joshua Salaets.

4. First Quarter Fiscal Year 2019 City Wide Financial Update
Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation
only.

Finance Director William Fox, provided a PowerPoint presentation.

CONSENT CALENDAR

5. Council Conference Attendance Report
Recommendation: A. Find that receiving this Council Conference
Attendance Report is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act
("CEQA") review, because it is an administrative activity of government that
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will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment and
therefore does not constitute a "project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines
section 15378; and

B. Receive and file.

6. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting Held November 6, 2018.
Recommendation: A. Receive and File

7. Approval of City Payroll Warrant Register No. 749 Covering the Period of
October 01 through October 31, 2018
Recommendation: A. Approve City Payroll Warrant Register No. 749 which
totals $2,929,627.90 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of direct deposits, checks and taxes totaling $2,304,215.92.
2) Checks and electronic fund transfers (EFT) paid through General bank
account totaling $625,411.98.

8. Approval of Operating Account Warrant Register No. 11 Covering the Period
of October 30 through November 12, 2018
Recommendation: A. Approve Operating Account Warrant Register No. 11
which totals $3,469,279.41 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $3,152,829.24.
2) Ratification of the issuance of early checks totaling $234,280.22.
3) Authorization to issue pending checks totaling $82,169.95.
4) Voided check Nos. 601306 and 601307 totaling $394.85.

9. Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of September 16 through
September 30, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

10. Fire Department Activity Report for the Period of October 1 through October
15, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

11. Approval of a Purchase Contract for Internet Connection Equipment and
Additional Funds for Future Purchases in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 with Fujitsu
Network Communications
Recommendation: A. Find that approval of additional funds is exempt under
the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”), because it is an
administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical
changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as
defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and even if it were considered to
be a “project,” the proposed action is exempt from CEQA review, in
accordance with CEQA Guidelines § 15302, because the proposed project
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consists of the replacement or reconstruction of existing equipment where the
new equipment will be located on the same site as the equipment replaced and
will have substantially the same purpose and capacity as the equipment
replaced; and

B. Approve the issuance of a Purchase Contract with Fujitsu Network
Communications in an amount not-to-exceed $20,000 for the purchase of
network connection equipment to be placed at various end user
buildings/locations; and

C. Approve the issuance of a blanket Purchase Contract in an amount not-to-
exceed $25,000 for potential ancillary purchases with Fujitsu Network
Communications during the remainder of fiscal year 2018-2019.

12. Approval of Change Order No. 1 for Urban Forest Management Services,
Contract No. CS-0607, with West Coast Arborist, Inc.
Recommendation: A. Find that the approval of the proposed action for the
Urban Forest Management Services is exempt under the California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in accordance with (a) CEQA Guidelines
Section 15061 (b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that
may have an effect on the environment and (b) Section 15301, because the
proposed service involves an existing project with negligible or no expansion
of use; and

B. Approve Change Order No. 1 for additional tree removals and tree
planting related to Contract No. CS-0607 with West Coast Arborist, Inc. in the
amount of $17,500; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute Change Order No. 1 with
West Coast Arborist, Inc. in substantially the same form as submitted
herewith.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by Melissa Ybarra and seconded by Luz Martinez to approve Consent Calendar
items 5 through 12. Motion carried, 3 - 0.

Yes: William Davis, Luz Martinez, Melissa Ybarra
No: None

NEW BUSINESS

13. A Resolution to Approve the 2017 SHSP Subrecipient Agreement between the
County of Los Angeles and the City of Vernon in connection with the Fiscal
Year 2017 State Homeland Security Program

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Recommendation: A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt
from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because it is a
government fiscal activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical
changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as
defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Adopt the attached resolution approving and authorizing the City’s
participation in the 2017 State Homeland Security Program (“2017 SHSP”),
approving the execution of an agreement by and between the City of Vernon
and the County of Los Angeles, and authorizing the Mayor and City
Administrator to execute documents necessary to obtain the grant. The
County of Los Angeles has approved and awarded 2017 SHSP grant funds to
the City of Vernon’s Fire Department in the amount of $67,000.00.

City Clerk Ayala read the proposed Resolution.

Fire Chief English provided a brief summary of the proposed item.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by Melissa Ybarra and seconded by Luz Martinez to A. Find that approval of the
proposed action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review, because
it is a government fiscal activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the
environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section
15378; and B. Adopt the attached resolution approving and authorizing the City’s participation in
the 2017 State Homeland Security Program (“2017 SHSP”), approving the execution of an
agreement by and between the City of Vernon and the County of Los Angeles, and authorizing the
Mayor and City Administrator to execute documents necessary to obtain the grant. The County
of Los Angeles has approved and awarded 2017 SHSP grant funds to the City of Vernon’s Fire
Department in the amount of $67,000.00. Motion carried, 3 - 0.

Yes: William Davis, Luz Martinez, Melissa Ybarra
No: None

14. A Resolution Adopting an Amended and Restated Fringe Benefits and Salary
Resolution in Accordance with Government Code Section 20636(B)(1) and
Repealing All Resolutions in Conflict Therewith
Recommendation: A. Find that approval of the attached resolution in this
staff report is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
review because it is an administrative activity that will not result in direct or
indirect physical changes in the environment and therefore does not constitute
a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines Section 15378; and

B. Adopt the attached resolution amending and restating the Citywide Fringe
Benefits and Salary Resolution, to Amend Exhibit A, Classification and
Compensation Plan adopting the following:
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1. New classification and associated salary range of Environmental Health
Program Administrator, Salary Grade 34, (Monthly Salary $9,779.97 -
$11,887.62);
2. New classification and associated salary range of Environmental Health
Specialist, Salary Grade 24 (Monthly Salary $6004.06 - $7,297.96);
3. Delete the classifications of Environmental Specialist, Environmental
Specialist, Senior, and Deputy Director of Health and Environmental Control
and associated salary ranges; and,
4. Approve the revised salary range of Director of Health and Environmental
Control to delete step Y from the existing Salary Grade 43.

C. Approve the job descriptions for:
1. Environmental Health Program Administrator; and
2. Environmental Health Specialist.

City Clerk Ayala read the proposed item.

City Administrator Fandino introduced the proposed item.

Director of Health and Environmental Control Department Freddie Agyin provided a PowerPoint
presentation on the reorganization of the Health and Environmental Control Department. Mr.
Agyin also distributed informational sheets with additional data relevant to the presentation.

No public comment provided.

It was moved by Melissa Ybarra and seconded by Luz Martinez to A. Find that approval of the
attached resolution in this staff report is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act
(CEQA) review because it is an administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect
physical changes in the environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines Section 15378; and B. Adopt the attached resolution amending and restating
the Citywide Fringe Benefits and Salary Resolution, to Amend Exhibit A, Classification and
Compensation Plan adopting the following: 1. New classification and associated salary range of
Environmental Health Program Administrator, Salary Grade 34, (Monthly Salary $9,779.97 -
$11,887.62); 2. New classification and associated salary range of Environmental Health Specialist,
Salary Grade 24 (Monthly Salary $6004.06 - $7,297.96); 3. Delete the classifications of
Environmental Specialist, Environmental Specialist, Senior, and Deputy Director of Health and
Environmental Control and associated salary ranges; and, 4. Approve the revised salary range of
Director of Health and Environmental Control to delete step Y from the existing Salary Grade 43.
C. Approve the job descriptions for: 1. Environmental Health Program Administrator; and 2.
Environmental Health Specialist. Motion carried, 3 - 0.

Yes: William Davis, Luz Martinez, Melissa Ybarra
No: None

ORAL REPORTS

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City Administrator Carlos Fandino reported on the following: Vernon Public Utilities’ circuit fail
overhead outage; Fire Department’s Firefighters’ graduation at Fire Station 76; Vernon
Firefighters responding to the Woolsey fire; Vernon Firefighters’ Association hosting their annual
Christmas Toy Drive; reported on various Vernon Police Department incidents throughout the
City; reported on Vernon Health Specialist, Duane Odonnell and that he would be leaving his
position with the City to assist family that was affected by the recent fires (Mr. Odonnell was
present and said a few words); on December 6th the City will host the Tree Lighting Ceremony
and Ugly Sweater Contest for employees; lastly, Mr. Fandino wished a Happy Thanksgiving to
everyone.

Councilmember Ybarra inquired about the cause of the structure fire at 2914 Leonis Blvd.

Fire Chief English responded that the cause of the fire is currently under investigation and provided
a video of the structure fire.

CLOSED SESSION

The City entered closed session at 10:03 a.m.

15. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Significant exposure to litigation.
Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)

Number of potential cases: 2

At 10:28 a.m. City Council exited closed session. City Attorney Hema Patel reported two items
were discussed with no reportable action taken.

ADJOURNMENT

With no further business, at 10:28 a.m. Mayor Pro Tempore William Davis adjourned the
meeting.

________________________
Yvette Woodruff-Perez
Mayor

ATTEST:
_________________________
Maria E. Ayala
City Clerk

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MINUTES OF THE RECULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF THE
CITY OF VERNON HELD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2018, IN
COUNCIL CHAMBER OF CITY HALL LOCATED AT 4305 SANTA FE
AVENUE, VERNON, CALIFORNIA

CALL TO ORDER & FLAG SALUTE

Members Present: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, Melissa Ybarra, Leticia Lopez, William Davis
Members Absent: Luz Martinez

The meeting was called to order at 9:01 a.m. by Mayor Yvette Woodruff-Perez, who also led the
flag salute.

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

City Clerk Maria Ayala announced that there are no changes to the agenda.

PUBLIC COMMENT

No public comment provided.

PUBLIC HEARING

1. An Ordinance Adding Sec. 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16 of the Vernon
Municipal Code to Establish Parking Rules for Furlong Place, a Private City-
Owned Street
Recommendation: A. Find that the proposed action is exempt under the
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review because it is a
continuing administrative activity that will not result in any direct or indirect
changes in the environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as
defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378. Further, even if the
establishment of parking rules for Furlong Place were considered a “project,”
it would be exempt from CEQA review in accordance with Section
15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that may
have a significant effect on the environment; and

B. Conduct a public hearing; and

C. Approve the first reading, and adopt at a subsequent meeting, an ordinance
adding Sec. 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16 of the Vernon Municipal Code
to Establish Parking Rules for Furlong Place, a Private City-Owned Street.

Maria Ayala, City Clerk announced the proposed item.

Director of Public Work Daniel Wall reported on the proposed.
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Mayor Woodruff-Perez opened the Public Hearing at 9:02 am

Public Comment:

Diana Gonzales, resident of the City of Vernon, expressed her concerns with respect to the public
parking and inquired as to where the residents may park their vehicles when someone else is using
their parking spaces. She also expressed concerns over Police Department vehicles taking up
parking spaces reserved for residents and the impact this has on residents when they need to park
or move their vehicles.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez inquired as to how long the issues Ms. Gonzales expressed have been
occurring. Ms. Gonzalez replied accordingly. A dialogue ensued between Council and staff
concerning issues over guest parking spaces and potential measures that can be taken to alleviate
the parking concerns.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez closed the Public Hearing at 9:14 a.m.

It was moved by William Davis and seconded by Melissa Ybarra to : A. Find that the proposed
action is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review because it is
a continuing administrative activity that will not result in any direct or indirect changes in the
environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section
15378. Further, even if the establishment of parking rules for Furlong Place were considered a
“project,” it would be exempt from CEQA review in accordance with Section 15061(b)(3), the
general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that may have a significant effect on the
environment; and B. Conduct a public hearing; and C. Approve the first reading, and adopt at a
subsequent meeting, an ordinance adding Sec. 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16 of the Vernon
Municipal Code to Establish Parking Rules for Furlong Place, a Private City-Owned Street.
Motion carried, 4 - 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Leticia Lopez, Melissa Ybarra
No: None

PRESENTATION

Presentation Agenda Item No. 3 was addressed before Agenda Item No. 2.

3. Recognition of Retiring Employee - Fire Battalion Chief David J. Lazar
Recommendation: A. Acknowledge and present a proclamation to retiring
employee David J. Lazar, Fire Battalion Chief, in recognition of his dedicated
service to the City of Vernon.

City Clerk Maria Ayala read the proclamation.

Mayor Yvette Woodruff-Perez presented the Proclamation to retiring Fire Battalion Chief David
Lazar.

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Fire Chief English said a few words and provided a brief summary relating to Fire Battalion Chief
Lazar’s distinguished career in the City of Vernon.

Fire Battalion Chief Lazar said a few words in thanks to the City and Department and recognized
his family who was in attendance.

2. Badge Presentation Ceremony
Recommendation: No action required by City Council. This is a presentation
only.

Chief English introduced the newly promoted Fire Battalion Chief, Craig Peltier and said a few
words relating to Fire Battalion Chief Peltier‘s career with the Fire Department.

Fire Battalion Chief Peltier’s wife and daughters were present and pinned the badge and Fire
pins on him respectively. He said a few words and thanked the City for giving him the
opportunity to grow in his career and continue to serve the City of Vernon.

Chief English introduced newly promoted Captain, Tyler Shook.

Captain Shook’s wife pinned the badge and Fire pins on him. He said a few words and thanked
the City and his family for their support.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez recessed the meeting at 9:35 a.m.

Mayor Woodruff-Perez reconvened the meeting at 9:46 a.m.

City Clerk Ayala noted for the record, with respect to Agenda Item No. 1, the Public Hearing,
there were no amendments or changes included to the Ordinance as presented or adopted for its
first reading.

CONSENT CALENDAR

4. Approval of a Maintenance Agreement with Tyler Technologies, Inc.
Recommendation: A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt
under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review, because it
is continuing administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect
physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a
"project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Approve the proposed Maintenance Agreement with Tyler Technologies,
Inc. in an amount not to exceed $268,512.88 for a period of three years from
January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2022; and

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C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the proposed Maintenance
Agreement with Tyler Technologies, Inc., in substantially the same form as
submitted herewith, for software maintenance services for City Hall.

5. Ratification of Warrant Registers to Record Voided Checks
Recommendation: A. Ratify the following warrant registers to record voided
checks:

1) Operating Account Warrant Register No. 11 to record voided Check No.
601391 in the amount of $1,184.00 issued 11/20/18 to Dr. David N. Stein.
2) Operating Account Warrant Register No. 11 to record voided Check No.
601411 in the amount of $109.00 issued 11/20/18 to Velasquez, Richard.

6. Approval of RDA Obligation Retirement Account Warrant Register No. 48
Covering the Period of October 30 through November 26, 2018
Recommendation: A. Approve RDA Obligation Retirement Account
Warrant Register No. 48 which totals $8,782.20 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $8,782.20.

7. Approval of Operating Account Warrant Register No. 12 Covering the Period
of November 13 through November 26, 2018
Recommendation: A. Approve Operating Account Warrant Register No. 12
which totals $10,656,453.21 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $10,421,172.06.
2) Ratification of the issuance of early checks totaling $211,345.95.
3) Authorization to issue pending checks totaling $23,935.20.
4) Voided check No. 601440, 601496 totaling $201.15.

8. Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the
period of October 16 through October 31, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

9. Vernon Police Department Activity Log and Statistical Summary for the
period of November 1 through November 15, 2018
Recommendation: A. Receive and file.

10. Approval to Submit Request for Disbursement No. 2 to Commonwealth Land
Title Company in Accordance with the rPlanet Earth Los Angeles, LLC
Added Facilities Agreement
Recommendation: A. Find that the proposed action is exempt under the
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”), because it is an
administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical
changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute a “project” as
defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and
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B. Authorize the proposed request for Disbursement No. 2, in substantially the
same form as submitted herewith, for electric service delivery in the amount
of $391,610.93, and in accordance with the existing Added Facilities
Agreement with rPlanet Earth Los Angeles, LLC.

11. A Resolution Approving and Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the Optical
Fiber Use Agreement with C.R. Laurence International, Inc. for Use of the
City’s Fiber Optic Network
Recommendation: A. Find that the adoption of the proposed resolution is
exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) in
accordance with CEQA Guidelines Section 15301(b) which exempts minor
extensions of utility services involving negligible or no expansion of use
beyond that existing at the time of the lead agency’s determination, and under
Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that
may have an effect on the environment, because the proposed resolution will
not require any construction, and the only physical change to the environment
is stringing a few hundred feet of fiber optic cabling (of roughly ½ inch in
diameter) from existing utility poles onto private property; and

B. Adopt a Resolution Approving and Authorizing Amendment No. 1 to the
Optical Fiber Use Agreement with C.R. Laurence International, Inc. for the
Use of the City’s Fiber Optic Network.

12. October 2018 Monthly Building Report
Recommendation: A. Receive and File.

13. Ratification of Change Order No. 1 related to Contract No. CS-0915 between
the City of Vernon and Siemens Mobility, Inc. for Traffic Signal Maintenance
Recommendation: A. Find that the approval of the proposed change order in
this staff report is categorically exempt under the California Environmentally
Quality Act (CEQA) in accordance with CEQA Guidelines Section 15301
(Existing Facilities), part (c) (existing highways and streets), because the
project is merely to repair existing streets and involves negligible or no
expansion of existing use; and

B. Ratify the issuance of Change Order No. 1 for Traffic Signal Maintenance
Contract No. CS-0915, authorizing Siemens Mobility, Inc. to provide
extraordinary work for the additional cost of $178,100, increasing the total
contract cost to $475,454; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute Change Order No. 1 in
substantially the same form as submitted herewith.

No public comment provided.

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It was moved by Melissa Ybarra and seconded by Leticia Lopez to approve Consent Calendar
items 4 through 13. Motion carried, 4 – 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Leticia Lopez, Melissa Ybarra
No: None

NEW BUSINESS

14. A Resolution Approving and Authorizing the Submittal of a Proposition 1
Grant Application for a Water Quality Multi-Benefit Recreational Corridor
Park Project
Recommendation: A. Find that the proposed action is exempt under the
California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review because it is a
continuing administrative activity that will not result in any direct or indirect
changes in the environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as
defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Adopt a resolution approving and authorizing the submittal of a
Proposition 1 Grant Application to the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles
Rivers and Mountains Conservancy (“RMC”).

City Clerk Maria Ayala read the proposed Resolution.

Director of Public Works Wall reported on the proposed.

Public Comment:

Marisa Olguin, Vernon Chamber of Commerce, indicated that she had previously spoken to
Director of Public Works Wall about this project along the Bandini area and indicated that the
Vernon Chamber of Commerce has concerns with reference to the location, the number of parcel
that will be impacted, and new parcel tax in connection with the project. Ms. Olguin indicated that
this project should be presented to other Commissions for additional input and feedback.

Joy Landford, Environmental Consultant with Joy Langford & Associates, explained she was
speaking on behalf of Baker Commodities and several other companies in the Vernon area. Ms.
Landford expressed their concerns about the project’s impact to the adjacent businesses, and new
parcel tax that may be created as a result of the grant application and project.

A discussion ensued between Council and staff regarding the environmental impact of the project,
location, exact due date of the application, and new parcel tax fees.

It was moved by Melissa Ybarra and seconded by William Davis to approve: A. Find that the
proposed action is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review
because it is a continuing administrative activity that will not result in any direct or indirect changes
in the environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines
section 15378; and B. Adopt a resolution approving and authorizing the submittal of a Proposition
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1 Grant Application to the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains
Conservancy (“RMC”). Motion carried, 4 - 0.

Yes: Yvette Woodruff-Perez, William Davis, Leticia Lopez, Melissa Ybarra
No: None

ORAL REPORTS

City Administrator Carlos Fandino reported on the following items: Fire Department’s annual
Toy Drive in conjunction with Spark of Love; Police Department’s Pink Patch Project campaign,
which had Vernon PD presenting a check in the amount of $5,000.00 to the City of Hope; for
the April 9, 2019 Election, Candidate Nomination period will begin on December 17, 2018
through January 14, 2019, if there is no filing by the incumbent the deadline is extended until
January 16, 2019; City Administration will host the Tree Lighting and Ugly Sweeter contest on
December 6th at 2:00 p.m. in the Finance lobby for employees; the Community Tree Lighting
Event is cancelled due to rain; City of Vernon will be participating in the City of Huntington
Park Annual Holiday Parade on Saturday, December 8th @ 6:00 p.m.; Vernon Housing
Commission meeting will take place next Wednesday, December 12th; City’s Employee Holiday
Celebration will take place on Thursday, December 13th at the Commerce Doubletree Hotel.

CLOSED SESSION

The City entered closed session at 10:10 a.m.

15. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION

Significant exposure to litigation.
Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)

Number of potential cases: 3

At 10:10 a.m. the City Council exited closed session. City Attorney Hema Patel reported no
reportable action was taken.

ADJOURNMENT

With no further business, at 10:40 a.m. Mayor Yvette Woodruff-Perez adjourned the meeting.

________________________
Yvette Woodruff-Perez
Mayor

ATTEST:
_________________________
Maria E. Ayala
City Clerk
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Agenda Item No. COV-421-2018
Submitted by: Alexis Amado
Submitting Department: City Administration
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
Approval of an Agreement with AT&T Corp. for the Provision of Internet Service to City Hall

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of the proposed action is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA")
review, because it is continuing administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the
environment, and therefore does not constitute a "project" as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Approve the proposed Agreement with AT&T Corp. (AT&T) in the amount not to exceed $51,622.00 for a two
year period from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2021; and

C. Authorize the City Administrator to execute the proposed Agreement with AT&T, in substantially the same form as
submitted herewith, for the provision of internet service to City Hall.

Backgroud:
Due to a high demand for faster internet speeds by City Departments to conduct City business, the Information
Technology division is requesting a new contract with AT&T to provide internet service for the City at a speed of 1000
Mbps per second. The proposed new service is a vast improvement over the existing service and will provide enough
internet speed to meet the current and future needs of the City.

Currently, the City is receiving 40 Mbps internet service from AT&T. The current 40 Mbps AT&T internet service
costs approximately $1,032.30 per month through the State of California’s CALNET 3 Contract. The new 1000
Mbps AT&T internet service will be $1,955.40 per month, not including approximately 8% for taxes and surcharges for
a two year period. Staff is requesting approval for a two year agreement that totals $51,622.00. Pursuant to Vernon
Municipal Code Section 2.17.12(A)(2), the proposed contract is exempt from competitive bidding and competitive
selection as it is only available from one vendor. Currently, the City is located in the AT&T service area, and as such,
can only obtain internet service from AT&T.

The proposed agreement with AT&T has been reviewed and approved by the City Attorney's Office.

Fiscal Impact:
The fiscal impact of this purchase is $51,622.00 for a two year period. This purchase has not been budgeted, but
sufficient funds are available under account number 011.9019.590110. Future costs will be budgeted accordingly in
subsequent years.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. City of Vernon - ADI Quote
 2. AT&T Agreement Package 24
City of Vernon
Date 11/30/2018
AT&T MANAGED INTERNET SERVICE
& 100% Service Availablity and Network Reliability Tier 1 Provider & AT&T Supplied and Managed Router
& Premium Service Level Agreement (SLA) & 99.999% Data Delivery
& Proactive monitoring (of circuit uptime not packet content) & Premium Network Disaster Recovery Team

AT&T Contact Information:
Herminia Simpson -- hm3571@att.com Noelle Marin- nm679n@att.com
Client Solutions Executive Technical Sales Consultant 3
. Phone: (714) 599-4681 Phone: (562) 547-8236

1Gbps Managed Internet - 24 month term One Time
# of units Monthly
Charge
1Gbps symmetrical dedicated Internet Service delivered over fiber - TABLE 9: ACCESS 1 $1,000.00 $0.00
1Gbps symmetrical dedicated Internet Service delivered over fiber - TABLE 4: MNIMUM BANDWIDTH COMMITMENT $0.00
1 $955.40
AT&T PROVIDED ROUTER - 1Gbps ($5620 x 83% discount)
AT&T Managed Cisco Router 1 Included $0.00
24x7x365 Tier 2 Maintenenace Support 1 Included $0.00
Total Monthly Cost: $1955.40 * $0.00
* Taxes and surcharges not included (approximately 8% addiional)

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AT&T Multi-Service Agreement

This Multi-Service Agreement is between the customer (“Customer”) and the AT&T Affiliate (“AT&T”) identified on Customer’s applicable Pricing
Schedule (each a “Party”) and is effective when accepted by the Parties (“Effective Date”).

This AT&T Multi-Service Agreement consists of the attached provisions, and the AT&T Business Services Agreement, including definitions, located
at http://www.business.att.com/agreement (“BSA”) (collectively the attached provisions and BSA constitute the “MSA”). In order for Customer to
purchase AT&T Services, the Parties must execute an applicable Pricing Schedule, referencing this MSA, reflecting the Services, the pricing and the
pricing schedule term (“Pricing Schedule”). Collectively the MSA, Pricing Schedule and applicable Service Publications constitute the “Agreement”
for those Services. A “Service Publication” includes Tariffs, Guidebooks, and Service Guides located at http://serviceguidenew.att.com, which reflect
the product descriptions, rates, terms and conditions applicable to a particular Service. Services are further subject to the AT&T Acceptable Use
Policy located at www.att.com/aup (“AUP”). Service Publications and the AUP may be amended by AT&T from time to time without notice to
Customer. The order of priority of the documents that form the Agreement is: the applicable Pricing Schedule or order; the MSA; the AUP; and then
Service Publications; provided, however, if applicable laws or regulations of a jurisdiction prohibits contractual modification of Tariff terms, the Tariff
will prevail. In the event of a conflict within the MSA between the provisions of this MSA and the BSA, the provisions of this MSA take precedence.
For purposes of this MSA the arbitration provisions of the BSA are replaced entirely with and superseded by the following:
ARBITRATION: ALL CLAIMS AND DISPUTES ARISING FROM THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE SETTLED BY BINDING ARBITRATION
ADMINISTERED BY THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION UNDER ITS COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION RULES (SUBJECT TO THE
REQUIREMENTS OF THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT). ANY JUDGMENT ON ANY AWARD RENDERED MAY BE ENTERED AND
ENFORCED IN A COURT HAVING JURISDICTION. THE ARBITRATOR SHALL NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO AWARD ANY DAMAGES
DISCLAIMED BY THIS AGREEMENT OR IN EXCESS OF THE LIABILITY LIMITATIONS IN THIS AGREEMENT, SHALL NOT HAVE THE
AUTHORITY TO ORDER PRE-HEARING DEPOSITIONS OR DOCUMENT DISCOVERY, BUT MAY COMPEL ATTENDANCE OF WITNESSES
AND PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS AT THE HEARING. THE PARTIES WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY AND WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO
PARTICIPATE IN OR INITIATE CLASS ACTIONS; IF THE PARTIES CANNOT WAIVE THESE RIGHTS, THIS ENTIRE PARAGRAPH IS VOID.

Services: “Service” or “Services” means all products and services, domestically and internationally, (including wireless, if applicable) AT&T provides
Customer pursuant to this Agreement.
Execution by Affiliates: An AT&T Affiliate or Customer Affiliate may sign a Pricing Schedule in its own name. Such Affiliate contract will be a
separate but associated contract incorporating the terms of this Agreement. Customer and AT&T will cause their respective Affiliates to comply with
such separate, associated contract(s). An “Affiliate” of a party is any entity that controls, is controlled by or is under common control with such party.
License and Other Terms: Software, Purchased Equipment and Third-Party Services (a service provided directly to Customer by a third party under
a separate agreement between Customer and the third party) may be provided subject to the terms of a separate license or other agreement
between Customer and either the licensor, the third-party service provider or the manufacturer. Customer’s execution of the Pricing Schedule or
placement of an Order for Software, Purchased Equipment or Third-Party Services is Customer’s agreement to comply with such separate
agreement. Unless a Service Publication specifies otherwise, AT&T’s sole responsibility with respect to Third-Party Services is to place Customer’s
orders for Third-Party Services, except that AT&T may invoice and collect payment from Customer for the Third-Party Services.
Pricing and Pricing Schedule Term; Terms Applicable After End of Pricing Schedule Term: Prices listed in a Pricing Schedule are stabilized
until the end of the Pricing Schedule term, including applicable extensions, (“Pricing Schedule Term”) and apply in lieu of corresponding prices in the
applicable Service Publication. No promotions, credits, discounts or waivers set forth in a Service Publication apply. At the end of the Pricing
Schedule Term, Customer may continue Service (subject to any applicable notice or other requirements in a Service Publication for Customer to
terminate a Service Component) on a month-to-month basis at the prices, terms and conditions in effect on the last day of the Pricing Schedule
Term. AT&T may change such prices, terms or conditions on 30 days’ prior notice to Customer.
MARC: Minimum Annual Revenue Commitment (“MARC”) is an annual revenue commitment set forth in a Pricing Schedule that Customer agrees to
satisfy during each 12-month period of the Pricing Schedule Term. If Customer fails to satisfy the MARC for any such period, Customer agrees to
pay a shortfall charge equal to the difference between the MARC and the total of the applicable MARC-Eligible Charges, as defined in the applicable
Pricing Schedule, incurred during such period, and AT&T may withhold contractual credits until Customer pays the shortfall charge.
Termination and Termination Charges: Either party may terminate for material breach upon thirty (30) days’ prior written notice to the other party.
If a Service or Service Component is terminated by Customer for convenience or by AT&T for cause prior to Cutover, Customer (i) agrees to pay any
pre-Cutover termination or cancellation charges set out in a Pricing Schedule or Service Publication, or (ii) in the absence of such specified charges,
agrees to reimburse AT&T for time and materials incurred prior to the effective date of termination, plus any third-party charges resulting from the
termination. If a Service or Service Component is terminated by Customer for convenience or by AT&T for cause after Cutover, Customer agrees to
pay applicable termination charges as follows: (i) 50% of any unpaid recurring charges for the terminated Service or Service Component attributable
to the unexpired portion of an applicable Minimum Payment Period (as defined in applicable Pricing Schedule); (ii) if termination occurs before the
end of an applicable Minimum Retention Period (as defined in applicable Pricing Schedule), any associated credits or waived or unpaid non-
recurring charges; and (iii) any charges incurred by AT&T from a third-party (i.e., not an AT&T Affiliate) due to the termination. The charges set forth
in (i) and (ii) do not apply if a terminated Service Component is replaced with an upgraded Service Component at the same Site, but only if the
Minimum Payment Period or Minimum Retention Period, as applicable, (the “Minimum Period”) and associated charge for the replacement Service
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respectively, and if the upgrade is not restricted in the applicable Service Publication. In addition, if Customer terminates a Pricing Schedule that has
a MARC, Customer agrees to pay an amount equal to 50% of the unsatisfied MARC for the balance of the Pricing Schedule Term.

Billing and Disputes: If Customer does not dispute a charge in writing within 6 months after the invoice date, Customer waives the right to dispute.
AT&T must issue a bill within six (6) months after charges are incurred (other than for automated or live operated assisted calls) or it waives the
charges.
At Customer’s request, but subject to AT&T’s consent (which may not be unreasonably withheld or withdrawn), Customer’s Affiliates may be
invoiced separately, and AT&T will accept payment from such Affiliates. Customer will be responsible for payment if Customer’s Affiliates do not pay
charges in accordance with this Agreement.
Purchased Equipment: Except as specified in a Service Publication or Pricing Schedule, title to and risk of loss of equipment AT&T sells Customer
(“Purchased Equipment”) pass to Customer on delivery to the transport carrier for shipment to Customer’s designated location. AT&T retains a
purchase money security interest in all Purchased Equipment until Customer pays for it in full; Customer appoints AT&T as Customer’s agent to sign
and file a financing statement to perfect AT&T's security interest. All Purchased Equipment is provided on an “AS IS” basis, except that AT&T passes
through to Customer any warranties available from its suppliers, to the extent that AT&T is permitted to do so under its contracts with those
suppliers.
Privacy: Each party is responsible for complying with the privacy laws applicable to its business. AT&T shall require its personnel, agents and
contractors around the world who process Customer personal data to protect such information in accordance with the data protection laws and
regulations applicable to AT&T’s business. If Customer does not want AT&T to comprehend Customer data to which it may have access in
performing Services, Customer must encrypt such data to be unintelligible. Customer is responsible for obtaining consent from and giving notice to
its users, employees and agents regarding Customer’s and AT&T’s collection and use of the User, employee or agent information in connection with
a Service. Customer agrees to make accessible or provide Customer personal data to AT&T only if it has legal authority to do so.
Trademarks and Publicity: Neither party will display or use the other party’s trade names, logos, trademarks, service marks or other indicia of
origin, or issue public statements about this agreement or the Services, without the other party’s prior written consent.
Governing Law: Unless a regulatory agency with jurisdiction over the applicable Service applies a different law, this Agreement is governed by the
law of the State of New York, without regard to its conflict of law principles. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for International Sale of
Goods will not apply.

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Contract Id: 8990631

AT&T MA Reference No. eMSA UA III
AT&T PS Contract ID MIS10003334

AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE

Customer AT&T
City of Vernon AT&T Corp.

Street Address: 4305 S SANTA FE AVE
City: VERNON State/Province: CA
Zip Code: 900581714 Country: US
Customer Contact (for Notices) AT&T Contact (for Notices)
Name: Ernesto Smith Name: HERMINIA SIMPSON
Title: Street Address: 1472 EDINGER AVE
Street Address: 4305 S SANTA FE AVE City: TUSTIN State/Province: CA
City: VERNON Zip Code: 92780 Country: United States
State/Province: CA Telephone: 714-599-4681
Zip Code: 90058 Email: hm3571@us.att.com
Country: United States Sales/Branch Manager: LED BADGED
Telephone: 323-583-8811 SCVP Name: LED BADGED
Email: it@ci.vernon.ca.us Sales Strata: Retail Sales Region: West
With a copy (for Notices) to:
AT&T Corp.
One AT&T Way
Bedminster, NJ 07921-0752
ATTN: Master Agreement Support Team
Email: mast@att.com
AT&T Solution Provider or Representative Information (if applicable)
Name1: Company Name:
Agent Street Address: City: State: Zip Code: Country:
Telephone: Fax: Email: Agent Code:

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Contract Id: 8990631

AT&T MA Reference No. eMSA UA III
AT&T PS Contract ID MIS10003334

AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE

1. SERVICES

Service Service Publication Location
AT&T Dedicated Internet (ADI) http://serviceguidenew.att.com/sg_flashPlayerPage/MIS
AT&T Bandwidth Services http://serviceguidenew.att.com/sg_flashPlayerPage/BWS

2. PRICING SCHEDULE TERM AND EFFECTIVE DATES

Pricing Schedule Term 24 Months
Pricing Schedule Term Start Date Effective Date of this Pricing Schedule
Effective Date of Rates and Discounts Effective Date of this Pricing Schedule

3. MINIMUM PAYMENT PERIOD

Service Components Percent of Monthly Charges Due Upon Termination Minimum Payment Period
Prior to Completion of Minimum Payment Period per Service Component
All Service Components 50% Longer of 12 months or until the end of
the Pricing Schedule Term

4. SERVICE OR SERVICE COMPONENT WITHDRAWAL

AT&T may discontinue a Service or Service Component as provided in the applicable Service Guide and in the case of a Service or Service Component
that is supplied to AT&T by a third party service provider upon thirty (30) days written notice.

5. RESALE OF SERVICES (US Mainland, and HI only)
Customer may resell the Service.

6. RATES (US Mainland, and HI only)

Section I: AT&T Dedicated Internet
Access Bandwidth -

Table 1: DNS Services

Option Undiscounted MRC
Additional Primary DNS (available in increments of up to 15 zones with a maximum of 150 Kilobytes of zone file data) $100 per DNS increment
Additional Secondary DNS (available in increments of up to 15 zones with a maximum of 150 Kilobytes of zone file data) $100 per DNS increment

Table 2: ADI Tele – Installation

Discount: 100.00%
ADI Speed Undiscounted ADI Installation Fee Undiscounted ADI w/ Managed Router
Installation Fee
56 Kbps $1,000 $1,000
128 Kbps - 1.5 Mbps $1,000 $1,000
NxT-1 $2,500 $2,500
Tiered/Full T-3 $5,000 N/A

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AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE

Tiered OC-3, OC-12, $10,000 N/A
OC-48
Ethernet $1,500# $1,500**#
10 Gig Ethernet* and up $1,500# $1,500
* Service not available with MPLS PNT.
**Pricing available for ADI speeds of 100 Mbps and below and with electrical interfaces only.
# Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 3: On-Site Installation

Discount: 100.00%
ADI Speed Undiscounted ADI w/ Managed Router Only Installation Fee
56 Kbps $999
128 Kbps - 1.5 Mbps $999
NxT-1 $999
Tiered/Full T-3 $1,000
Tiered OC-3, OC-12, OC-48 $10,000
Ethernet $1,500*
10 Gig Ethernet and up $1,500
Nx10Gig Ethernet $3,500
* Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 4: Flexible Bandwidth Billing Option – Ethernet*

ADI & ADI w/Managed Router Discount: 83.00% Incremental Usage Fee Discount: 83.00%
Applies to all Tiered Bandwidth Minimum Commitments in this table unless an Applies to all Tiered Bandwidth Minimum
override discount is indicated. Commitments in this table unless an override
discount is indicated.
Tiered Bandwidth Undiscounted ADI MRC Undiscounted ADI w/ Undiscounted Incremental Usage Fee
Minimum Commitment Managed Router MRC
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following: Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the following:
0.5 Mbps $257 $385 $940
1.0 Mbps $258 $386 $510
1.5 Mbps $259 $387 $380
2 Mbps $260 $388 $355
3 Mbps $261 $389 $340
4 Mbps $262 $390 $325
5 Mbps $263 $391 $270
6 Mbps $264 $392 $250
7 Mbps $265 $393 $245
8 Mbps $266 $394 $235
9 Mbps $267 $395 $230
Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following:
following:
10 Mbps $268 $396 $198.00
15 Mbps $359 $487 $162.33
20 Mbps $449 $577 $144.25

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Contract Id: 8990631

AT&T MA Reference No. eMSA UA III
AT&T PS Contract ID MIS10003334

AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE

25 Mbps $542 $670 $134.00
Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following:
following:
30 Mbps $633 $761 $126.83
35 Mbps $680 $854 $122.00
40 Mbps $812 $945 $118.13
45 Mbps $817 $950 $105.56
Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following:
following:
50 Mbps $813 $955 $95.50
60 Mbps $946 $1,100 $91.67
70 Mbps $1,032 $1,200 $85.71
75 Mbps $1,118 $1,300 $86.67
80 Mbps $1,204 $1,420 $88.75
90 Mbps $1,290 $1,500 $83.33
Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following:
following:
100 Mbps $1,400 $1,555 $77.75
120 Mbps $1,770 $1,937 $80.71
144 Mbps $1,790 $1,960 $68.06
150 Mbps $1,800 $1,965 $65.50
155 Mbps $1,820 $2,020 $65.16
Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following:
following:
200 Mbps $2,000 $2,100 $52.50
250 Mbps $2,150 $2,240 $44.80
300 Mbps $2,250 $2,620 $43.67
350 Mbps $2,500 $3,125 $44.64
Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following:
following:
400 Mbps $2,700 $3,380 $42.25
450 Mbps $3,000 $3,720 $41.33
500 Mbps $3,500 $4,325 $43.25
550 Mbps $3,650 $4,425 $40.23
600 Mbps $4,096 $4,840 $40.33
622 Mbps $4,117 $5,000 $40.19
Incremental Usage Fee Discount for the
ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router Discount for the following:
following:
700 Mbps $4,199 $5,240 $37.43
800 Mbps $4,301 $5,440 $34.00
900 Mbps $4,403 $5,540 $30.78
1000 Mbps $4,505 $5,620 $28.10
* Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska (Override discounts are not applicable to Service locations in Alaska).

Table 5: Class of Service Option - Tiered T-1, T-3 and Burstable Service - Monthly Charges

Discount: 94.00%
Speed Class of Service ADI & ADI w/ Managed Router MRC*#

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Contract Id: 8990631

AT&T MA Reference No. eMSA UA III
AT&T PS Contract ID MIS10003334

AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE

56 Kbps** $225
128 Kbps** $225
256 Kbps** $225
384 Kbps** $225
512 Kbps** $225
768 Kbps $225
1024 Kbps**† $225
1.5 Mbps $225
2xT-1 (3 Mbps) $225
3xT-1 (4.5 Mbps) $225
4xT-1 (6 Mbps) $225
5xT-1 (7.5 Mbps) $225
6xT-1 (9 Mbps) $225
7xT-1 (10.5 Mbps) $225
8xT-1 (12 Mbps) $225
10 Mbps $825
15 Mbps $1,075
20 Mbps $1,325
25 Mbps $1,575
30 Mbps $1,825
35 Mbps $2,100
40 Mbps $2,350
45 Mbps $2,750
155 Mbps $2,750
* Charges waived for Sites with AT&T BVoIP Service.
**no real-time class available.
(†) Speed not available with MPLS PNT.
# Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 6: Class Of Service Option - Flexible Bandwidth Billing Option - Monthly Charges

Discount: 94.00%
Speed Undiscounted ADI & ADI w Managed Router MRC *#
Up to 1.5 Mbps $225
2.0 Mbps $285
2.01 - 3.0 Mbps $360
3.01 - 4.0 Mbps $435
4.01 - 5.0 Mbps $510
5.01 - 6.0 Mbps $575
6.01 - 7.0 Mbps $640
7.01 - 8.0 Mbps $705
8.01 - 9.0 Mbps $765
9.01 to 10.0 Mbps $825
10.01 to 15.0 Mbps $1,075
15.01 - 20.0 Mbps $1,325
20.01 - 25.0 Mbps $1,575
25.01 - 30.0 Mbps $1,825
30.01 - 35.0 Mbps $2,100

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Contract Id: 8990631

AT&T MA Reference No. eMSA UA III
AT&T PS Contract ID MIS10003334

AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE

35.01 - 40.0 Mbps $2,350
40.01 – 45 Mbps $2,750
45.01 – 155 Mbps $5,000
200 - 250 Mbps $5,400
300 - 350 Mbps $5,800
400 - 600 Mbps $6,200
622 Mbps $7,000
700 – 1000 Mbps $7,800
1.5 Gbps** $7,900
2.0 Gbps** $8,000
2.5 Gbps** $8,100
3.0 Gbps** $8,200
3.5 Gbps** $8,300
4.0 Gbps** $8,400
4.5 Gbps** $8,500
5.0 Gbps** $8,600
5.5 Gbps** $8,700
6.0 Gbps** $8,800
6.5 Gbps** $8,900
7.0 Gbps** $9,000
7.5 Gbps** $9,100
8.0 Gbps** $9,200
8.5 Gbps** $9,300
9.0 Gbps** $9,400
9.5 Gbps** $9,500
10.0 Gbps and up** $9,600
*Charges waived for Sites with AT&T BVoIP Service.
** Speed not available with MPLS PNT.
# Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 7: Class Of Service Option – Aggregate Billing Option** - Monthly Charges

Discount: 94.00%
Speed Undiscounted ADI & ADI w Managed Router MRC *#
T3 (up to 45 Mbps) $2,750
OC3 (up to 155 Mbps) $5,000
OC12 (up to 622 Mbps) $7,000
Ethernet (up to 1000 Mbps) $7,800
OC48 (up to 2500 Mbps) $8,100
10 Gigabit Ethernet (up to 10000 Mbps) and up $9,600
*Charges waived for Sites with AT&T BVoIP Service.
**Not available with MPLS PNT.

Table 8: Class Of Service Option - Installation Fees

Discount: 100.00%
Class of Service Undiscounted Installation Fee*# $1,000
*Charges waived for Sites with AT&T BVoIP Service.

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Contract Id: 8990631

AT&T MA Reference No. eMSA UA III
AT&T PS Contract ID MIS10003334

AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE
# Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 9: Local Access

NPA/NXX Location Access Local Access Non-Recurring Charge Local Access Net Monthly Recurring
Bandwidth Charge
4305 S SANTA FE
323277 MIS Ethernet
AVE, VERNON, $0.00 $1000.00
Access 1000 Mbps
CA, US, 90058

Section II: AT&T Business in a BoxSM

Table 1: Service Component Replacement – Next Business Day Shipped (5x8) Monthly Charges

Discount: 100.00%
Service Component / Device Undiscounted MRC*
Base Unit NextGen $50
Base Unit 12 Port $50
Base Unit 24 Port $70
Base Unit High Bandwidth $70
8 Port Analog Module Add-On $35
24 Port Analog Module Add-On $70
* Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 2: On-Site Maintenance (24X7X4) Monthly Charges

Discount: 100.00%
Option Undiscounted MRC*
Base Unit NextGen $75
Base Unit 12 Port $75
Base Unit 24 Port $95
Base Unit High Bandwidth $95
8 Port Analog Module Add-On $40
24 Port Analog Module Add-On $80
* Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 3: Life-Cycle Management Charges - Service Charges

Discount: 100.00%
Per Site / Per Occurrence during Standard Business Hours Undiscounted Charge *
(Monday- Friday, 8:00 am- 5:00 pm, local time)
Move, Addition, Change to Service $260
Delete Service $500
* Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 4: Class of Service Option - when ordered with AT&T BVoIP Services only

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Contract Id: 8990631

AT&T MA Reference No. eMSA UA III
AT&T PS Contract ID MIS10003334

AT&T DEDICATED INTERNET
PRICING SCHEDULE

Discount: 100.0%
Class of Service Monthly Charges $225*
* Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Table 5: IP Version Change

Discount: 100.00%
IP Version Change – Per Site, Per Occurrence $500*
* Pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

Section III: Additional Service Fees

Moving Fee (during hours) $1,000 per location*
Additional Moving Fee (outside standard operating hours – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday) Additional $500 per location*
*Subject to availability, pricing also applies to Service locations in Alaska.

This is the last page of the Pricing Document.

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Contract Id: 8990632

Customer Signature Page

Customer AT&T
City of Vernon AT&T Corp.
Street Address: 4305 S SANTA FE AVE
City: VERNON
State/Province: CA
Zip Code: 900581714
Country: US
Customer Contact (for notices) AT&T Contact (for notices)
Name: Ernesto Smith Street Address: 1472 EDINGER AVE
Title: City: TUSTIN
Street Address: 4305 S SANTA FE AVE State/Province: CA
City: VERNON Zip Code: 92780
State/Province: CA Country: US
Zip Code: 90058
Country: US With a copy to:
Telephone: 3235838811 AT&T Corp.
Fax: One AT&T Way
Email: it@ci.vernon.ca.us Bedminster, NJ 07921-0752 ATTN: Master Agreement
Customer Account Number or Master Account: Support Team Email: mast@att.com
AT&T Solution Provider or Representative Information (if applicable)
Name: Company Name:

Agent Street Address: City: State: Zip Code: Country:
Telephone: Fax: Email: Agent Code:

Customer signature serves as a signature of each document listed below. Edits to appended documents, as originally presented by AT&T, are rejected. Listed
documents become effective upon AT&T’s signature of all documents identified by Contract ID below.

Documents Appended: Contract IDs:
MASTER_AGREEMENT click here for details or http://serviceguide.att.com/masteragreement/
AT&T_MANAGED_INTERNET_SERVICE_PRICING_SCHEDULE_CONTRACT_ID_8990631.pdf 8990631

If Customer is purchasing Voice Over IP services, the following additional language applies:

The undersigned, on behalf of Customer, acknowledges that Customer has received and understands the advisories concerning the circumstances under which
E911 service may not be available, as stated in the AT&T Business Voice over IP Services Service Guide found at
http://serviceguidenew.att.com/sg_flashPlayerPage/BVOIP. Such circumstances include, but are not limited to, relocation of the end user’s CPE, use of a non-
native or virtual telephone number, failure in the broadband connection, loss of electrical power, and delays that may occur in updating the Customer’s location in
the automatic location information database.

Customer
(by its authorized representative)

By:

Name:

Title:

Date:

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-4-2019
Submitted by: John Lau
Submitting Department: Finance/ Treasury
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
Approval of City Payroll Warrant Register No. 750 Covering the Period of November 01 through November 30, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Approve City Payroll Warrant Register No. 750 which totals $2,950,309.65 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of direct deposits, checks and taxes totaling $2,340,871.56.
2) Checks and electronic fund transfers (EFT) paid through General bank account totaling $609,438.09.

Backgroud:
Section 2.13 of the Vernon Municipal Code indicates the City Treasurer, or an authorized designee, shall prepare
warrants covering claims or demands against the City which are to be presented to City Council for its audit and
approval. Pursuant to the aforementioned code section, the City Treasurer has prepared City Payroll Warrant Register
No. 750 covering claims and demands presented during the period of November 01 through November 30, 2018,
drawn, or to be drawn, from East West Bank for City Council approval.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. City Payroll Warrant Register No. 750

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Raquel Franco 11210′ 201810:25 AM

PAYROLL WARRANT REGISTER
City of Vemon

No. 750 Month of November 2018

I hereby Certify: that claims or demands covered by the This is to certify that the claims or demands
above listed warrants have been audited as to accuracy covered by the above listed warrants have been
and availability of funds for payments thereof; and that audited by the City Council of the City of Vernon
said claims or demands are accurate and that funds are and that all of said warrants are approved for pay-
available for payments thereof. ments

VVilliarrl Fox DATE
Finance

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Page 1 of 1 PayrollWanani Regisler Memo : Warrant
Pavro!b reDO■ ed forthe month of November
10′ 14′ 18‐10/27/18,Paydate l1/03/18
10/14/18-10/27/18,Paydate l1/08/18
10/28′ 18-10/30′ 18,Paydate l1/21′ 18
10/28/18‐ 11/10/18,Paydate l1/21′ 18

Payment
Method Payment Description Amount
CHECKS 11703/18 Net payroll, checks S 14,091 12
ACH 11′08′ 18 Net payroll, direct deposits 849,31732
ACH 11/08′ 18 Payroll taxes 238,25740
ACH 11/08/18 Net payroll, direct deposits 6,47756
ACH 11′ 08/18 Payroll taxes 2,91698
ACH 11′ 21/18 Net payroll, direct deposits 12,68757
ACH 11′ 21/18 Payroll taxes 5,71348
CHECKS 11/21′ 18 Net payroll, checks 16,59076
ACH 11/21ノ 18 Net payroll, direct deposits 916,94312
ACH 11/21/18 Payroll taxes 277,87625

Total net payroll and payroll taxes 2,340,871.56

ACH 11/08/18 ICMA 39,38470
ACH 11′ 08′ 18 CalPERS 248,85111
ACH 11/08′ 18 California State Disbursement Unlt 2,87213
601364 11/08/18 Franchise Tax Board 98941
601371 11′ 08/18 LA County Shenfrs ofrce 32938
601378 11/08/18 U S Dept of Education 40874
ACH 11′08′ 18 lBEW Dues 3,70368
ACH 11/03/18 Vernon Firemenis Association 3,22100
ACH 11708/18 Vernon Po‖ ce Officers'Beneft Associa‖ on 1,90225
ACH 11′ 21/18 iCMA 40,67360
ACH 11/21ノ 18 CalPERS 255,13456
ACH 11/21/18 Califo「 nia State D sbursement Unlt 2,87213
ACH 11/21/18 Teamsters Loca1 911 2,57400
601564 11/21/18 Franchise Tax Board 98941
601592 11/21718 U S Dept of Education 40874
ACH 11/21718 Vernon Firemen's Association 3,22100
ACH 11/21/18 Vernon Police Ofrcers'Benent Association 1,90225

Payroll related disbunsements, paid through
General bank account 609,43809

Total net payroll, taxes, and related disbursements S 2,950,309.65

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-5-2019
Submitted by: John Lau
Submitting Department: Finance/ Treasury
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
Approval of Operating Account Warrant Register No. 13 Covering the Period of November 27 through December 10,
2018

Recommendation:
A. Approve Operating Account Warrant Register No. 13 which totals $4,234,683.30 and consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $3,891,221.28.
2) Ratification of the issuance of early checks totaling $319,448.56.
3) Authorization to issue pending checks totaling $24,013.46.

Backgroud:
Section 2.13 of the Vernon Municipal Code indicates the City Treasurer, or an authorized designee, shall prepare
warrants covering claims or demands against the City which are to be presented to City Council for its audit and
approval. Pursuant to the aforementioned code section, the City Treasurer has prepared Operating Account Warrant
Register No. 13 covering claims and demands presented during the period of November 27 through December 10,
2018, drawn, or to be drawn, from East West Bank for City Council approval.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Operating Account Warrant Register No. 13

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CrY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiS「 ER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

I hereby certify that claims and/or demands included in above listed warrant This is to certify that the claims or demands covered by the above listed warrants
register have been audited for accuracy and availability of funds for payments and have been audited by the City Council of the City of Vernon and that all of said
that said claims and/or demands are accurate and that the funds are available for warrants are approved for payments except Warrant Numbers:
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011.210221 S ‐
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0111004.530034 S 2.05 Rounding Attustment Ben211787
11/27/2018 7691 5 370′ 750.59

006375‐ THE ABERNATHY 011.1002.596200 S 10′ 547.75 Professional Services 52900
MACGREGOR GROUP′
11/27/2018 7692 5 10,547.75

004840‐ AM.ORTEGA 056.5600.595200 S 4,320.29 Gas Construction & Repair Support 728647
CONttRUCT10N′ INC
11/27/2018 7693 S 4,320.29

005831-ARKADIN′ :NC 011.9019.560010 S 80.96 Conferencing Charges 11849901018
11/27/2018 7694 S 80.96

004500-!CE US OTC COMMOD:TY 0559200.596200 S 1′ 250.00 0TC Commlssion A"ustment 1018001688088
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11/27/2018 7695 5 1′ 250.00

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11/27/2018 7696 S 437.00

005658‐ POWER SLi:LEMENTS 055 9200.596200 S 9′ 017.65 Consulting Services 12/18 VERN37
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11/27/2018 7697 5 9′ 017.65

001079-S!EMENS MOB!L1lγ ′:NC 011.1043590000 S 26′ 250.37 Trattc Signa!Repair&Maintenance 5610142020
11/27/2018 7698 5 26′ 25037

000059- SO CAL EDiSON 055.9200.500170 S 67′ 760.00 Victorvi‖ e‐ Lugo Vernon 7500953038
055.9200.500170 5 24′ 669,00 Laguna Be‖ 11/18 7500953039
0559200.500170 S 160′ 160.00 Mead― Laguna Be‖ 11/18 7500953040
11/27/2018 7699 S 252′ 589.00

006236‐ SUEZ WrS SERVICES USヽ =!NC 011.1033.590000 S 341.64 Water Purinca●
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011.1033590000 5 116.56 Water PurincajOn Services 99538956
11/27/2018 7700 S 458.20

001581-THE GAS COMPANY 055.9200.550022 S 57′ 975.00 Periodl 10/18 201810GS028
11/27/2018 7701 S 57′ 975.00

002468‐ DEPARTMENT OF WATER 8t 055 9200.500170 5 21′ 870.00 Energy Purchase 10/18 GA192479
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055.9200.500260 S 575.00 Energy Purchase 10/18 GA192479
11/27/2018 7702 5 22′ 445.00
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002517-SO CAL PUBLIC POWER 0559200500180 S 266′ 50000 Minimum Cost l1/18 PVll18
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0559200500150 S 44′ 28700 Variable Cost 10/18 PVll18
055122100 S 10,00000 PSF Cost PVll18
11/27/2018 7703 S 320′ 787.00

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011.1033.596700 S 31.21 Registration Fees 092418
011.199999 5 78.00 To bere:mbursed 092418
011.1033.520000 S 100.00 Supp:ies 092418(10)
011.1002.596500 S 479.96 Airline 092418(11)
011.1002.596500 S 877.04 Hote:s 092418(11)
011.1002.596500 S 133.77 Meals/Meeung 092418(11)
011.1002.570000 S 100 00 Vehicle Expense 092418(11)
011.1002.596500 S 49.00 Vehic!e Expense 092418(11)
011.1033.520000 S 126.70 Supplies 092418(12)
011.1040.520000 5 22.37 Supplies 092418(13)
011.1041.520000 S 14 29 Supp:ies 092418{13)
0111043.520000 S 22.37 Supplies 092418{13)
011.1049.520000 S 75.56 Supplies 092418(13)
0111041.596700 S 549.00 Training 092418(13)
011.1040.596700 S 399.00 Training/A Zarate 092418(13)
011.1043.596700 S 445.00 Training/C.Are‖ ano 092418{13)
011.1043596700 S 399.00 Training/V.Rodr:gue2 092418(13}
011.1041.596700 S 30.00 Train:ng/W.Reynoso 092418(13)
011.1033.520000 S 23.00 Supp!ies 092418(14)
056.5600.596700 S 376.20 Hotels 092418{15)
105.90 Meaヒ /Mee● ng 092418(15)
49
056.5600.596700 S
0565600.570000 S 30.00 Vehicle Expense 092418{15)

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005594‐ US BANK CORPORATE 011.5031.560000 S 53.54 CableSubscripdon 092418(16)
011.1031.550000 S 550.72 Community Outreach Event 092418(16)
0111031.520000 S 411.77 Supplies 092418{16)
0111031.550000 S 95.75 Supplies 092418(16)
011.1031.850000 S 745.70 Supplies 092418{16)
011.1031.550000 S 17.88 Supplies 092418(16)
011.1023.596600 S 47.27 LATimes Subscription 092418(17)
011.1001.596500 S 575.00 Registration / M. Ybarra 092418(17)
011.1002.596500 S 15.00 Vehicle Expense 092418(17)
055.8400.520000 S 19.99 Supplies 092418(18)
055.8100596700 S 299.00 Training / W. Carram 092418{18)
011.1048.520000 S 70.72 Hardware Supplies 092418(19)
011.1021.550000 S 500.00 Community Outreach 092418(2)
011.1026.596900 S 102.42 Halloween Prize 092418(2)
011.1002.596500 S 40.26 Meals / tvteeting 092418(2)
011.1021550000 S 19.69 Supplies 092418(2)
011.9019.520010 S 85.51 Supplies 092418(2)
011.1043.520000 S 38.12 Hardware Supplies 092418(20)
011.9019.520010 S 14.22 Amazon Prime Membership 092418(21)
011.9019590110 S 559.98 Certificate Renewal 092418(21)
011.9019520010 S 179.85 DNS Service Renewal 092418(21)
011.9019520010 S 36.00 GoToMeeting 092418(21)
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011.9019520010 S 17.50 lT Supplies 092418(21)

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005594‐ US BANK CORPORATE 011.9019.520010 S 12000 !T Supplies 092418{21)
011.9019520010 S 582.94 :T Suppiies 092418(21)
011.9019.520010 S 423.96 !T Supplies 092418(21)
011.9019520010 S 139.76 1T Supplies 092418(21)
011.9019.520010 S l17.94 !T Supplies 092418{21)
011.9019.520010 S l′ 013.01 :T Suppiies 092418(21)
011.9019.520010 S 690.20 1T Supplies 092418(21)
0119019.596600 S 130.00 Membership Dues 092418(21)
011.9019.520010 S 650.00 M:SAC IT Annual Conference 092418(21)
011.9019.590110 S 75 00 0neDrive 092418{21)
0111024.596200 S 151.08 Fi:ing Services 092418(22)
011.1024.596500 S 459.30 Hote:s 092418(23)
011.1024596500 S 52.00 Vehic:e Expense 092418(23)
011.1024.596500 S 12.57 Mea:s 092418(23)
011.1046.520000 S 85.89 Supplies 092418(24)
011.1004.596500 S 100.00 Air!ine 092418(25)
011.1004.596500 S l′ 136.80 Hoteis 092418(25)
011.1004.596500 S 91.51 Vehicle Expense 092418(25}
055.9000.596700 S l14.48 Mealsノ interview 092418(26)
055.9000.520000 S 214.47 Supp:ies 092418(26)
055.9000.596700 S 4′ 914.00 Training/StafF 092418(26)
092418(27)
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011.1048.520000 5 57.66 Supplies
0111049.520000 S 633.29 Supphes 092418(27)

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005594‐ US BANK CORPORATE 0111031.570000 S 82.20 Vehic:e Expense 092418(28)
055。 9000.550000 S 486.18 Adve面 sement/PromOtiOn 092418(29}
055.9000.596600 S 50.50 Books&Pub:ica● ons 092418{29)
055.9000.520000 S ‐
136.43 Credit 092418(29)
011.9019.520010 S 50.00 :T Supp:ies 092418{29)
055.8100.540000 S 2,028.95 Uniforms 092418(29)
011.1031.596600 S 267.87 Books&Pub!ications 092418(3)
011.1031.596500 S l′ 100.35 Hote:s 092418(3)
011.1031.520000 S 60.67 Supplies 092418{3)
011.4031.520000 S 854.08 Supp:ies 092418(3)
011.1031.596700 S 99.00 Training 092418{3}
011.1031.596700 S 214.24 Training/E.Hernandez 092418(3)
011.1031.596700 S 585.00 Training/K.Stevenson 092418(3)
011.1031.540000 S l′ 112.38 Uniforms 092418(3)
011.1026.596900 S 14.97 Emp10vee Functions 092418(30)
011.1026.596900 S 58 05 Hal!oween P● 2e/Finance 092418{30)
011.1026.596900 S 92.32 Ha‖ oween Prize/VPU 092418{30)
011.1026.596905 S 290.01 Meals/!nterView Pane! 092418(30)
011.1003.520000 S 71.94 Supp!ies 092418(31)
020.1084.596700 S 225.00 Training/R.Zepeda 092418{32)
011.4031.520000 S 108.24 Supp:ies 092418{33)
092418(34)
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011.1046.520000 S 10.98 Supplies
011.1043.520000 S l,099.22 Hardware Supplies 092418(35)

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005594‐ US BANK CORPORATE 0111049.520000 S 725.47 Hatdware Supplies 092418(35)
020.1084.520000 S 343.50 Hardware Supplies 092418(35)
011.1043.520000 S 873.50 Supplies 092418(35)
0111049.520000 S 873.60 Supplies 092418(35)
011.1048.520000 S 9.83 Hardware Supplies 092418(36)
011.1049.520000 S 93.87 Hardware Supplies 092418{36)
0111043.520000 S 208.05 Supplies 092418{37)
011.1047.520000 S 78.05 Supplies 092418(37)
011.1049.520000 S 7,782.13 Supplies 092418(37)
011.1033.520000 S 39.36 Hardware Supplies 092418(38)
011.1049.590000 S -129.21 Credit 092418(39)
011.1049590000 S 2,459.25 Hardware Supplies 092418(39)
055.9100.590110 S 395.00 Maintenance & Repairs 092418(4)
055.9100520000 S 253.08 Supplies 092418{4)
011.1033.520000 S 545.30 Hardware Supplies 092418{40)
011.1031.570000 S 42.21 Vehicle Expense 092418(41)
011.1033.520000 S 7.67 Hardware Supplies 092418(42)
011.1033.520000 5 332.07 Meals / Fire lncident 092418{42)
011.1033520000 S 531.00 Supplies 092418{42)
0111033.520000 S 585.73 Meals/ Fire lncident 092418{43)
011.1033.596550 S 200.00 Membership Dues 092418(43)
011.1033.520000 S 35.03 Vehicle Expense 092418(43) 53
055.9000596600 S 166.52 Book & Publications 092418(44)

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005594‐ US BANK CORPORATE 055.9000.596700 S 109.28 Meals/Meeung 092418(44)
0559000.596500 S 153.83 Trave!Expense 092418{44)
011.1026.520000 S 366.22 Supplies 092418(45)
011.1004.520000 S 8 04 Postage 092418(46)
011.1026.596500 S 308.41 Airline 092418{5)
011.1026.596900 S 38.65 Emp10vee Functions 092418(5)
011.1026.596500 S 751.67 Hote!s 09241815)
011.1026.596905 S 145.00 Recruitment Event 092418{5)
055.9000596500 S 156.09 Hote:s 092418(6)
055.9000.596500 S 41.06 MeaL/APPA ERM Workshop 09241816)
055。 9000.596700 S 649.00 Training 092418(6)
0559000.596500 S l17.44 Travel Expense 092418{6}
055.9000.596550 S 83.32 Cable Subscription 092418(7)
011.1004.520000 S 383.24 Supplies 092418{7)
011.1031.520000 S 54.20 Supphes 092418{8)
011.1033560000 S 92.98 Cab!e Subscrip● on 092418(9)
011.1033.520000 S 450.00 Meaに /Fire lncident 092418(9)
011.1033.596500 S 80.00 Registra● on 092418{9)
011.1033.520000 S 270.94 Supplies 092418(9)
011.199999 5 79.50 To be re!rnbursed 092418(9)
011.1033596500 5 30.00 Vehic!e Expense 092418(9)
11/27/2018 7704 5 54
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11/27/2018 7705 S 2′ 872.13

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055,9000.520000 224.77 0fice Supplies 219377266001
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055.9100.520000 68.58 0fhce Supp!ies 219377266001
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055.8000.520000 129.30 0fhce Supplies 219377266001
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011.1031.520000 519.07 0fFice Supplies 219416866001
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055.8100.520000 33.86 0fnce supp:ies 219478844001
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055.9000.520000 20.13 0fFice Supp!ies 219677720001
11/27/2018 7706 S 1′ 047.71

000059‐ SO CALED:SON 011.1042.s60000 s 207.57 Period:10/18 110318
11/27/2018 7707 S 207.57

002517‐ SO CAL PUBLIC POWER 055.9000.596200 1′ 569,90 Reso!u● on B‖ !ing 1118
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055.9200.596200 507.00 Resolu● on Billing 1118
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055.7200.596702 69′ 598.90 Reso:ution Bi:ling 1118
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0565600.596700 770.80 Reso!ution 311!ing 1118 55
11/28/2018 7708 S 72′ 446.60

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001490‐ ALL C!Tγ MANAGEMENT 011.1031.594200 S 1,155.20 School Crossing Guard Services 57158
SERV!CES
011.1031.594200 S 1,155.20 School Crossing Guard Services 57400
11/29/2018 7709 5

003266‐ AON R:SKINSURANCE 011.1004.503035 S 200.00 Renewal - Financial Guarantee Bond 8200000250324
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11/29/2018 7710 S

006086- MACQUAR!E ENERGY′ LLC 055 9200.500160 S 1′ 357.00 Natunal Gas 10/18 GAS100104958
11/29/2018 77LL 5 1′ 357.00

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055。 9200500190 S 450.39 Reca!cula● on Charges 10/18 201811203140274
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055.9200.500240 S 24.77 Recalcu:ation charges 10/18 201811203140274
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055.9200.500170 S -8′ 349.61 ReCalculation Charges 10/18 201811203140274
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002412‐ CAL!FORN:A ISO 055.9200.500150 S -2′ 23095 Recalculation Charges 08/18 201811203140274
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0559200.500170 S ‐
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055.9200.500180 S -1′ 403.37 Recalcu lation Cha rges 08/18 201811203140274
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055.9200.500190 S 226.69 Recalculation Charges 08/18 201811203140274
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11/29/2018 7712 S 165,126.88
002808‐ DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST CO. 056.5610.596710 5 367′ 440.00 WC:Auction 112118
11/29/2018 7713 S 367′ 440.00
005433-RUTAN&TUCKER′ LLP 0111024.593200 1,107.00 Re: Torres/Ong Litigation 820658
011.1024.593200 196.50 Re: Malkenhorst Enforcement Judgment 820661
11/29/2018 7714 S 1,303.50
000249- FEDEX 011.1024.510000 S 62.44 Period:10/18 635011601
055.9000.520000 S 19.33 Period:lo/18 635011601
0111031.520000 S 81.46 Period:11/18 636380557
011.1024.510000 S 57.67 Period:11/18 637159412
055.9000.520000 S 25.34 Period:11/18 637159412
11/28/2018 7715 5 24624

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ACCOUNT INVOiCE PAVMENT PAVMEttT PAYMENr
‐NUMBER AMOuNT o日 にR]PnON I■ ‐ │ ■ lNV01CE ■ 119.# ■ .│,パ E ‐NUMBER ‐
‐AMOUNT
v「 NDollNAME ANp NuM,「 8‐ │‐

000714‐ CALPERS 011.1001.502020 S 1′ 158.97 Monthly Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1002.502020 S 6′ 913.98 Monthly Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1003.502020 S 4′ 476 10 Monthly Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1004.502020 S 13,068.62 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1024.502020 S 7′ 893.13 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1026.502020 S 6′ 234.57 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
0111031.502020 S 13′ 268.45 Month:v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1033.502020 S 5′ 635.09 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
0111040.502020 S 3′ 996.52 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1041.502020 5 7′ 833.18 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1043.502020 S 21′ 301.45 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1046.502020 S 3′ 736.75 Month:v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1047.502020 S 2′ 717.63 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1048.502020 S 1′ 518.68 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1049.502020 S 3′ 377.06 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
057.1057.502020 S 899.22 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
011.1060.502020 5 10′ 231.09 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
020.1084.502020 S 16,046.03 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
056.5600.502020 S 5′ 295.39 Monthly Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
055.7100.502020 S 3′ 017.37 Monthly Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
055.7200.502020 S 579.50 Month!v Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
253.68 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022
59
055.8000.502020 5 7′

055.8100.502020 S 13′ 348.38 Monthlv Expense of UAL∼ 100000015478022

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REG:STER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

000714‐ CALPERS 0559000.502020 S 10,271.06 Monthly Expense of UAL" 100000015478022
011.9019.502020 S 4′ 995.65 Monthly Expense of UAL- 100000015478022
055.9100.502020 S 13′ 268.45 Monthly Expense of UAL- 100000015478022
055.9200.502020 S 11′ 490.00 Monthly Expense of UAL- 100000015478022
011.1031.502020 S 130′ 884.34 Monthly Expense of UAL- 100000015478032
011.1033.502020 S 238,636.66 Monthly Expense of UAL- 100000015478032
11/30/2018 7716 5 569′ 347.00

055.9200560010 S 729.44 Period:10/18 110218
000059‐ SO CAL EDISON
011.1043.560000 S 94.37 Period:10/18 111518
11/30/2018 7717 S 823.81

002412‐ CALIFORN!A ISO 055。 9200.500150 S 198.26 Recalcula● on Charges 02/16 201811273140298
096
055。 9200.500170 S 70.34 Recalcula● on Charges 02/16 201811273140298
096
OS5.9200.500190 S ‐
5.66 Reca!cula● on Charges 02/16 201811273140298
096
055.9200.500150 S 152′ 456.99 ini● a!Charges l1/18 201811273140298
096
055.9200.500190 S 1′ 856.69 !nitia!Charges l1/18 201811273140298
096
055.9200.500210 S 14′ 838.01 1ni● al Charges l1/18 201811273140298
096
055.9200.500170 S -16′ 137.09 ini● al Charges l1/18 201811273140298 60
096
12/04/2018 7718 S 153′ 277.54

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OPERAT,NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

ELECrRONiC
ACCOuN「 :NVOiCE ・ PAYMEW PAYMENT I・
PAVMENT
I七 轟00に 6Nuふ ЁLl ‐ ‐ NUMBER ■│ ■ ■AMOuNT DESCRI'T10■ │ ■ │ ■ ■ │ ‐l lNVOICl■ │ ■ P.0。 ■・ ■ ‐│IDATEI‐ I NUMBER II ●AMOUNT
"AMLA轟
004665- ELEM[NT MARKETS 055.9200.500162 5 58′ 708.78 Natura:Gas 10/18 RC1218
RENEWABLE NATU
055.9200.500162 5 84,910.32 Natural Gas 10/18 RC1219
12/04/2018 7719 S 143′ 619.10
005356- HEMA PATEL 011.1024.596500 S 30.00 MT!F Octane innovajon Forum ll1918
011.1024520000 S 16.00 Reimb.6ogO De!ta Pass 112018
12/04/2018 7720 5 46.00
006287‐ SONG N SONS GENERAL 011.1048:900000 S 6′ 174.99 Progress Pavment#6∼ 111918
CONSTRUCTI
12/04/2018 7721 S 6′ 174.99
002517-SO CAL PUBLIC POWER 055.9200500154 S 227′ 193.95 Puente Hi:ls Landi‖ Gas ProJect PHLll18
AUTHOR:TY
12/04/2018 7722 S 227,193.95
001581‐ THE GAS COMPANY 055.9200.500160 S 130′ 566 87 Period:10/18 111518
12/04/2018 7723 S 130′ 566.87
006347‐ YOURMEMBERSHIP.COM′ 011.1026.550000 S 315.00 Job Posting R38663846
iNC
12/04/2018 7724 5 315.00
005034-KRONOS:NCORPORATED 011.9019.860000 S 314.43 Hardware&Software Usage Fees l1383214
011.9019.860000 S 314.42 Hardware&Sol■ ware Usage Fees l1383214
12/04/2018 7725 5 61
628.85

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CnY OF VERNON
OPERAT,NG AC00UNT
WARRANT REGlSTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

002412‐ CALiFORN:A!SO 055.9200500240 S 80,455.77 Pea k Reliability Coordi nator Charge 201811073140146
502
12/03/2018 7726 S 80′ 455。 77

000714‐ CALPERS 0201084.502020 S 1,092.63 RBF:M DeFrank 100000015481620
12/05/2018 7727 s 1′ 092.63

002190-OFF:CE DEPOT 011.1031.520000 S 19.81 0fnce supp!ies 219427963001
12/05/2018 7728 5 19.81

001581-THE GAS COMPANY 011.1048.560000 S 25.40 period:10/18 110918
12/05/2018 7729 5 25.40

001581-THE GAS COMPANY 011.1049.560000 S 377 82 Perlod:10/18 111318
011.1043.560000 S 188.91 Period:10/18 111318
020.1084.560000 S 188.90 Period:10/18 111318
011.1049.560000 S 277.43 Period:10/18 111318(2)
056.5600.560000 S 18.63 Period:10/18 111318(3)
12/05/2018 7730 5 1,051.69

001481-VER!ZON W!RELESS 056.5600.560010 S 3′ 364.99 Period:Sep o8‐ Oct 07 100718_MULTIPLE(
2)
12/05/2018 7731 S 3,364.99

005875-FRANC!SCO M GAV!Nん JR 011.1048.596200 S 100.00 Vernon Housing Commission 110718
011.1048.596200 S 100.00 Vernon Housing Commission 121317(2) 62
12/06/2018 7732 S 200.00

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OPERAT:NG ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

0   2
7   8

8   8
005155‐ STEVEN FROB[RG 011.1048596200 100 00 Vernon Housing Commisslon
011.1021.596200 100.00 CommUN!TY Fund Grant Committee
12/06/2018 7733 S 200.00

001658‐ WATER REPLEN:SHMENT 020.1084.500110 S 183,344.76 Groundwater Production & Assessment 120418
D:STRCrr
12/06/2018 7734 S 183′ 344.76

001617‐ UPS 011.1041.520000 S 27.33 Period:10/18 933312468
12/06/2018 7735 5 27.33

002242‐ CA DEPARTMENT OF TAX& 011.200250 S 1′ 168.14 3Q18 Use Tax Pavment 090003457529
FEE ADM
020.200250 S 38.08 3Q18 Use Tax Pavment 090003457529
055.200250 S 20′ 114.15 3Q18 Use Tax Payment 090003457529
011.1004.530034 S 2′ 257.10 3Q18 Use Tax Rounding Adiustment 090003457529
11/21/2018 7736 S 23′ 577.47

001581-THE GAS COMPANY 011.1033.560000 108.83 Period:10/18 110918(2)
  S

011.1033.560000 34.27 Period:10/18 110918{3)
12/07/2018 7737 5 143.10

001581‐ THE GAS COMPANY 011.1033.560000 S 16.31 Period:10/18 110918{4)
12/07/2018 7738 S 16.31

003407‐ VERNON POL!CE OFFiCERS 011.210250 1,90225 Police Association Member Dues: Payment 8en272777 63
BENEFIT
12/06/2018 7739 5 1′ 902.25

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C:TY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG AC00UNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER l■ 2018

ELECrRONIC
ACCOuN「 ‐ :NVOICE PAYMENT PAVMENT PAYMENT
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOUNT DESCR:「 口ON INV01CE P.0。 # DATE "UMBER AMOU爾

005323- IBEW LOCAL47 020210250 S 158.81 :BEVV Dues:Payment Ben212179
055.210250 S 3′ 153.40 1BEW Dues:Pavment Ben212179
056.210250 S 391.47 !BEW Dues:Pavment Ben212179
12/06/2018 7740 S 3′ 703.68

003141-VERNON F!REMENS 011.210250 3,22t.0O Fire House Fund: Payment Ben212183
ASSOCiAT!ON
12/06/2018 7741 S 3′ 221.00

003168‐ lCMA RET:REMENT TRUS「 011.210220 S 29,073.40 Deferred Compensation: Payment Ben212171
457
020.210220 S 889.06 Deferred Compensation : Payment Ben212171
055.210220 S 7′ 103.05 Deferred Compensation: Payment Ben212171
056.210220 S 1′ 325.53 Deferred Compensafion: Payment Ben212171
057.210220 S 94.99 Deferred Compensation: Payment Ben212171
12/06/2018 7742 5 38′ 486.03

003146-CITγ OF VERNON′ FSA 011.100013 620.45 FSA - Dependent: Payment Ben212175
    S

ACCOUNT
011.100013 288.45 FSA - Medical: Payment Ben212175
12/06/2018 7743 S 908.90

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OPERATING ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGISTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

000714‐ CALPERS 011210240 203′ 82069 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben212173
 S

020.210240 8′ 712.80 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben212173
 S

055.210240 33,703.72 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben212173
 S

056.210240 3′ 316.95 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben212173
 S

057.210240 585.40 PERS Contributions: Payment Ben212173
 S

011.210240 186.00 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben212173
 S

020.210240 14.18 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben212173
 S

055.210240 35.58 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben212173
 S

056.210240 3.72 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben212173
 S

057.210240 0.46 PERS Survivor's Benefit: Payment Ben212173
 S

011210240 308.85 PERS Buy-back: Payment Ben212173
 S

011.1004.530034 -0.11 Rounding adjustment Ben212173
12/10/2018 7744 S 250,688.24

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OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGlSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

ELECrRONiC
AC00UNT :NVOICE PAYMENr PAYMENT PAYMENげ
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOuNT DESCRip■ ON INV01CE P.0.# DAIE NUMBER AMOUNr

004075‐ THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 011.210210 S 139′ 877.80 Federal Withho:ding:Pavment Ben212167
TREASURY
020.210210 S 5′ 463.10 Federa:Withho!ding:Pavment Ben212167
055.210210 S 25′ 514.69 Federa!Wthholding:Pavment Ben212167
056.210210 S 2′ 579.88 Federal Wthho!ding:Pavment Ben212167
057.210210 S 421.89 Federal Wthho:ding:Pavment Ben212167
011.210210 S 31′ 356.80 Medicare:Pavment Ben212167
020.210210 S l′ 556.68 Medicare:Pavment Ben212167
055.210210 S 6′ 705。 79 Medicare:Pavment Ben212167
056.210210 S 581.34 MediCare:Pavment 3en212167
057.210210 S 123.75 Medicare:Pavment Ben212167
011.210210 S 130.34 Sochl Securitv Tax:Pavment Ben212167
011.210210 S ‐
3′ 990.37 Federal withho:ding:Pavmenr Ben212167
011.210210 S ‐526.00 Medicare:Pavmenr Ben212167
12/07/2018 7745 S 209′ 795.69

001635- EMPLOYMENT 011.210210 S 57′ 487.23 State Withholding:Payment Ben212169
DEVELOPMENT DEPT
020.210210 S 2′ 124.66 State Withho:ding:Pavment Ben212169
055.210210 S ll′ 172.34 State Withho:ding:Payment Ben212169
056.210210 S l,026.84 State Withholding:Pavment Ben212169
057.210210 S 194.25 State Withholding:Pavment Ben212169
011.210210 S ‐
1′ 197.1l State Withholding:Paymenr Ben212169 66
12/07/2018 7746 5 70′ 808.21

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CITY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

ELECrRONiC
SII/OIG: AAYIEf,T DAYUEIfT
vEioox Mti! AxD iu gER ruMlEn OESCflmOT
aMOUIUT ltllrolc€ P.O' DATE flUirSEi 'AYiiEfT
Artaoutr

oo4o74 - SrATE DTSBURSEMENT UNIT 011.210260 t 969.23 chlld Support Payment 8en212181
011.210250 5 1,402.15 Child Suppor! Payment 8en212181
011.210260 I 7a-92 Child support Payment Ben2l2181
011.210260 S 53.07 Child SupPo.t PaYment aen2u$l
0ss.210260 S 358.76 child Support: PaYment 8en212181
a2lfil2oaa 7741 $ 2,a72.71

TOTAL ELECTRONiC s 3′ 891,221.28

-

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiS「 ER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS

000005‐ A THRONE CO′ lNC 011.1043.520000 111.33 Portable Restrooms 549724
 S

0558100596200 84.00 Portable Restrooms 549725
 S

055.8100.596200 27 9.74 P ortable Restrooms 549726
 S

055.8100.596200 88.95 Portable Restrooms 549727
11/27/2018 601547 5 563.42

003143-AFLAC 055.210223 S 1′ 687.86 AFLAC{Pre Tax):Payment Ben211777
056.210223 S 92.78 AFLAC(Pre‐Tax):Payment Ben211777
057.210223 S 6.06 AFLAC(Pre‐ Tax卜 Pavment Ben211777
011.210223 S 8′ 711.86 AFLAC(Pre Tax):Payment Ben211777
020.210223 S l,298.00 AFiAC(Pre‐ Tax):Payment Ben211777
011.210223 S l,180.98 AFLAC(Post Tax):Pavment Ben211777
055.210223 S 167.96 AFLAC{Post Tax):Pavment Ben211777
056.210223 S 144.72 AFLAC(Post Tax):Pavment Ben211777
055.210223 S 32.30 AFLAC‐ September(Pre Tax}∼ Ben211777
055.210223 S 52.92 AFLAC‐ September{Post Tax)∼ Ben211777
011.210223 S ‐
249.73 SuppiementaHns‐ September(Pre Tax) Ben211777
011.210223 S 73.90 Supplementa::ns― October(Pre Tax) Ben211777
011.210223 S 47.58 Supplementalins‐ October(POSt Tax) Ben211777
011.1004.530034 S 0.42 Rounding Adiustment Ben211777
11/27/2018 601548 5 13′ 247.61

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OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REG:STER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS

VE{DON flAMC AITO TUi'AEi Ui'BER .AIOUIIT DESC PIIO VOrcI P.O.I DAIt iIUMB€i AIOUITI

00s348 - aGlLlTY RECoVERY 011.9019.590110 5 415.00 Disaster Recovery seruices 64264
SOLUTIONS
1712712078 601549 S 415.00

004303‐ ATHENS:NSURANCE 011.1026.594200 S 5′ 216.66 TPA Fees l1/18 iVC16988
SERVICES′ INC
11/27/2018 601550 5 5′ 21666

005956‐ JESSiCA BALANDRAN 055 9000.596500 S 42.35 CMUA Annua!Customer Engagement l10818
Summ■
11/27/2018 601551 5 42.35

002243‐ BELL PIPE&SUPPLY C0 056.5600.590000 S 877.80 CrV` T‐ 560‐ BR― Y‐ 66∼ S2516816001 056.0000538
056.5600.590000 S 30.33 Frelght S2516816001 056.0000538
056.5600.590000 5 86.27 Sales Tax 9.5% S2516816001
11/27/2018 601552 5 994.40

005529-BRIAN BYUN 0111024.596500 S 174.74 NAPABA Annual Convention 111318
11/27/2018 601553 5 174.74

004805‐ W:LL:E CARRAM 055.8100.596700 S 80.00 Reirnb.D2State Water Ce面 fication Fee ll1318
11/27/2018 601554 5 80.00

000256-CALPORTLAND COMPANY 020 1084.520000 S 678.88 Concrete 93938362
11/27/2018 601555 S 678.88

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OPERATING ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGlSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS

1鳥 :6:111:ANふ 111し LR‐

11踊器 │‐ ││‐ 淵器〔 よ N■ │
:。 田 │:1。 ││ │1鳥 vふ :rl‐ :ょ #││‐ 冨辮y i淵:[1‐ ■1驚 晰器
003142‐ COLON!AL L:FE 011210223 S 5,387.64 Colonial Supp lns (Pre-Tax): Payment Ben211775
020.210223 S 506.84 Colonial Supp lns (Pre-Tax): Payment Ben211775
055.210223 S 1,334.L2 Colonial Supp lns (Pre-Tax): Payment Ben211775
056210223 S 833.24 Colonial Supp lns (Pre-Tax): Payment Ben211775
011210223 S 416.16 Colonial (Post Tax): Payment Ben211775
011.210223 S 45.58 Colonial September (Pre Tax) - Ben211775
011210223 S 172.85 Colonial October (Pre Tax) - Ben211775
011.1004.530034 S 0.04 Rounding Adjustment 3en211775
11/27/2018 601556 S 8′ 705.21

000454‐ WESLEY CRUZ 0111041.596500 S 56.46 CALBO Training 102918
11/27/2018 601557 5 56.46

004584-JARED DACEY 055.9100.596500 S 33.79 SCPPA PrOject Management Training 102218
11/27/2018 601558 5 33.79

000947‐ DA!LYJOURNAL 0111031.550000 S 117.60 Pub:ica● on Services B3190217
CORPORAT!ON
11/27/2018 601559 5 117.60

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGISTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS
‐ ‐
ACCOUNT lNV01CE I PAYMENT CHECX PAYMENr
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER■ ‐ I NUMBER I‐ │ ■ ● AMOuNT DESCRl,■ ONII■ ‐│■ │‐ ■│ ‐
■ ■ lNVOiC● │‐ I P.0.# │‐ ■ OATE二
‐ 、りMO「 1 │
‐ ^VOり NT

002566‐ DEWEY PEST CONTROL 011.1048.596200 S 33.33 Pest Control Services 12124064
011.1049.590000 S 42.00 Pest Control Services 12125170
011.1049.590000 S 100.00 Pest Control Services 12151195
011.1048.596200 S 135.00 Pest Control Services 12151197
011.1048.596200 S 170.00 Pest Control Services 12151198
011.1049.590000 S 62.00 Pest Control Services 12151199
011.1049.590000 S 57.00 Pest Control Services 12151200
011.1033.590000 S 27.00 Pest Control Services 12158521
011.1033.590000 S 25.00 Pest Control Services 12158523
055.8400.590000 S 122.00 Pest Control Services 12159257
011.1033.590000 S 25.00 Pest Control Services 12160694
11/27/2018 601560 5 808.33

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OPERAT:NG ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18,2018

EARLY CHECKS

001926-F GAVINA&SONS′ :NC 011.120010 291.10 0500‐ 100 Regular Coffee 42‐ 1.5o2. 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011.120010 980.64 0500‐ 105 Gavina Gourmet Drip cOfFee′ 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011.120010 20.00 0500‐ 141 P:as● cS● r Sticks′ 7::′ 10 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011.120010 7.84 0500‐ 145 CofFee Fi:ters,12 cup 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011120010 l′ 520.00 0500‐ 200 Coffee Beans′ 5:b.bags′ 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011.120010 400.72 0500‐ 210 French Vani:la Powder′ #546. 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011.120010 364.00 0500‐ 220 Chocoiate Powder′ #665. 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011.120010 758.40 0500‐ 230 Cream Powder′ #3008. 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011.120010 63.00 Curtis AirpOt 2.2 Litter 3926291 011.0013463
 S

011120010 8.64 Saies Tax 9.5% 3926291
11/27/2018 601561 S 4′ 414.34

006462‐ MAX FALAMAKI 011199999 583.64 Refund 80%of Permit Fee Ref000211854
11/27/2018 601562 S 583.64

003564‐ MARYAM FARAIZADEH 055.9100596500 39.89 SCPPA proleCt Management Training 100418
  S

055.9100.596500 80.66 SCPPA PROT 403 Training 100418{2)
11/27/2018 601563 S 120.55

004181‐ FRANCHiSE TAX BOARD 020.210260 148.41 Garnishment: Payment Ben211781
  S

055.210260 841.00 Garnishment: Payment Ben211781
11/27/2018 601564 S 989.41

000506‐ MANUEL GARCiA 055.8100.596700 S 781.93 WECC Human Performance Workshop 102418 72
11/27/2018 601565 S 781.93

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EARLY CHECKS
暉 pν NT■ lNVO:C ‐
■ ■ ■ ‐│ ■ PAYMENl
‐ ■ ■ ■
■│ ‐
‐■
│ ■
│ │. ■
│I INVOICF ■‐
││ ‐
VENDOnlNAME AND NUMBER ■ NUMBER AMOuNT DESCRlPT10NI ‐
P.0.■ ‐ DATE 山詰 ::II‐ 罵 闘 高

004035‐ GTO AUTO GLASS 011.1046590000 S 75.00 Labor to repair front windshield !0487687 011.0013365
11/27/2018 601566 5 75.00

003490‐ H&H VVHOLESALE PARTS 011.1046520000 345.60X05W40QSD motorcraft oil 11N0247616 011.0013364
011.1046.520000 32.83 Sales Tax 9.5% 1:N0247616
11/27/2018 601567 5 378.43

005350- HAUL AWAY RUBB:SH 011.1048.596200 S 57.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05050
SERVICE CO′
011.1049.596200 S 213.00 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05051
011.1033.520000 S 67.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05052
011.1033.520000 S 67.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05053
011.1033.520000 S 67.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05054
011.1033.520000 S 57.50 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05055
055.8400.596200 S 142.00 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05056
055.8400.596200 S 641.55 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05057
011.1043.596200 S 1,804.60 Disposal & Recycling Services 8AX05058
11/27/2018 601568 5 3′ 138.65

000829- !RON MOUNTA!N 011.9019.560010 S 193.37 Storage Services 201740060
11/27/2018 601569 5 193.37

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OPERAT:NG ACCOuNT
WARRANT REG:S「 ER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS
‐ ACCOuNT ]NVOICE I I・ │‐ ■■ │■ ■■ ■PAVMENT ‐
│■ CHECκ ‐ │I PAYMENT
VENDOR NAME ANO NUMBER NUMBER AMOUNI DESCR:Pl10N lNVOICE IP.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNr

003122-J&H AUTO BODY 011.1046.520000 S 681.95 parts 15267 011.0013366
011.1046520000 S 230.40 paiht and material 15267 011.0013366
011.1046.590000 S 302.40 paint:abor 15267 011.0013366
0111046.590000 S 252.00 bodylabor 15267 011.0013366
0111046.520000 5 93.52 Sa!es Tax 10.25 15267
011.1046.520000 S 775.70 parts 15269 011.0013367
011.1046.520000 S 306.00 paint and material 15269 011.0013367
011.1046.590000 5 432.00 paint:abor 15269 011.0013367
011.1046.590000 S 652.80 body:abor 15269 011.0013367
011.1046.520000 S l10.87 Sales Tax 10.25 15269
11/27/2018 601570 5 3′ 837.64

006461‐ JS CONSTRUCT10N 011.199999 S 652.00 Refund 80%of Perrnit Fee Ref000211853
11/27/2018 601571 S 652.00

005340- LA P00L GUYS 011 1049.590000 S 194 00 Pool Maintenance 45300
11/27/2018 601572 5 194.00

003342‐ L:BERTY MANUFACTUR:NG′ 011.1031.590000 5 325.00 Range Maintenance 9982
:NC
11/27/2018 601573 S 325.00

006422-MAR:POSA LANDSCAPES′ lNC 011.1049.590000 S 3′ 582.00 Landscape Maintenance 82394
11/27/2018 601574 5 3′ 582.00
74

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OPERAT:NG ACCOuNT
WARRANT REGiSIER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

006124‐ ANTHONY M:RANDA 011.1031.596500 S 224.00 lnternational Association of Chiefs of
11/27/2018 601575 S

002173‐ CHARLES MONTOYA 055.8000.596700 S 286.50 EUSERC Meetlng 111418
11/27/2018 601576 S 286.50

6   6

8   8
7   7
4   4

000561‐ MR.HOSE′ INC 011.1046.520000 108.89 T4012D‐ 12NP‐ 81.000.O oil hose assy. 011.0013363
  S

011.1046.520000 10.89 Sa:es Tax 10.00
11/27/2018 601577 S

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGlSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

000534‐ MUTUAL OF OMAHA 011.210223 S 358.76 Voluntary Life insurance:Payment Ben211387
020.210223 S 24 76 Voluntary Life!nsurance:Pavment Ben211387
055.210223 S 67.46 Vo:untary Life lnsurance:Pavment Ben211387
056.210223 S 7.15 Voluntary Life!nsura nce:Pavment Ben211387
057.210223 S O.92 Vo:untary Life!nsurance:Pavment Ben211387
011.210223 S l.85 EE0205 City paid benefit for October Ben211387
011.210223 S l.85 EE0223 Separated 10/30/18′ wai● ng for Ben211387
011.210223 S l.60 EEll18 New hire′ add to bi!l. Ben211387
011.210223 S 3′ 192.72 Long‐ Term Disabilitv insurance:Pavment Ben211773
020.210223 S 473.47 Long_Term Disab‖ itv:nsurance:Pavment Ben211773
055210223 S l′ 270.02 Long‐ Term Disabilitv lnsurance:Pavment Ben211773
056.210223 S 367.32 Long_Term Disab‖ itv!nsurance:Pavment Ben211773
057.210223 S 2.33 Long_Term Disabi!ity!nsura nce:Pavment Ben211773
011.210223 S 2′ 606.46 Voluntary Life lnsurance:Pavment Ben211773
020.210223 S 138.22 Vo:untary Life:nsurance:Payment Ben211773
055.210223 S 689.64 Voluntary Life insurance:Pavment Ben211773
056.210223 S 137.00 Voluntarv Life!nsurance:Pavment Ben211773
057.210223 S 33.74 Vo:untary Life!nsura nce:Pavment Ben211773
011.210223 S ‐
11 62 EE0205 LTD Ben/Ded fOr October 2018 Ben211773
011.210223 S ‐
3.70 EE0205 VLI Ben/Ded fbr Basic Life Ben211773
11/27/2018 601578 5 9′ 359.95
76

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CttY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18,2018

EARLY CHECKS

000610‐ N!CK ALEXAND[R 011.1046.590000 S 55.00 Labor only to repair driver's door 3621 011.0013369
RE≦汀 ORAT!ON
11/27/2018 601579 5 55.00

003869-R!CHARD P GUESS MD′ lNC 011.1033596200 S 750.00 Medical Director Fees∼ 110118
11/27/2018 601580 S 750.00

002051‐ EFRAIN SANDOVAL 055.9000.596500 S 26.21 CA:SO Workshop 111418
11/27/2018 601581 S 26.21

001470-SHAHRAM SHAR:FZADEH 055.9000596500 5 2591 CA:SO Workshop 110618
11/27/2018 601582 S 25.91

004229-SMARDAN SUPPLY CO 056.5600590000 621.24 3‖ B!ack T&CS-40A53A ERW Pipe∼ S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

0565600.590000 314.25 2':Black Tё e∼ S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

056.5600.590000 19.46 1/4 Black P:ug∼ S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

056.5600.590000 303.28 2"xl‐ 1/2‖ x2‖ Black Tee∼ S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

056.5600.590000 26.00 3‖ STD We:d45 ELL∼ S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

056.5600.590000 511.4721501C/S COne strainer S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

056.5600.590000 18.33 2150#Ring Flange Gasket 1/16∼ S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

056.5600.590000 135.28 8"Flexita‖ ic 150#Gasker S3273232001 056.0000539
 S

056.5600.590000 185.18 Sa!es Tax 9.5% S3273232001
11/27/2018 601583 S 2′ 134.49

000238- ERNESTO SM:TH 0119019.520010 S 39.99 Reimb. Air Server Universal 50 111918 77
11/27/2018 601584 S 39.99

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REG:STER NO.13
DECEMBER 18,2018

EARLY CHECKS
丁 ■│ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ κ ∞ UN■ ‐ mЮ にEI ‐ ― ・ ‐ C‐ .Cκ PAV“ IⅢ
VEttDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOuNF DESCRIP■ ON INVOICE 。.■ ■ 咄 NUMBER AM● UNr


`。
002079-SO CALJO:NT POLE 055 9100 596200 S 678 77 0perajng Expense 10/18 20057 「
COMMiT「 EE
11/27/2018 601585 S 678.77

001017‐ SPR!NT 011.9019.560010 S 45.81 Period:10/18 677975318204
11/27/2018 601586 S 4581

005419 - SUPERTOR CT OF CAL OF LA 011.1031.594200 S 1,525.50 Parking Citations 10/18 112018
11/27/2018 601587 5 1′ 525.50

006464-T&N PROMOT10NS PLUS 011 1026 596900 5 857 30 Popsockets Grip 111618
11/27/2018 601588 5 857.30

000141-THOMSON REUTERS‐ WESr 011.lo24.596600 S 312.12 West!nformation Charges 839178288
11/27/2018 601589 5 312.12

006132-THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR 055.8400.590000 S 443.97 Elevator Maintenance 3003967700
CORPORAT
11/27/2018 601590 S 443.97

006400‐ lMAN TORBAT! 055.9100.596500 5 44.91 SCPPA ProleCt Management Training 102918
055.9100.596500 S 14.06 Transmission&Distribution Engineering l10518
055.9100.596500 5 23.00 SCPPA Energy Storage Workshop l10618
11/27/2018 601591 S 81.97

004441‐ U.S.DEPT OF EDUCAT10N 011.210260 5 408.74 Garnishment:Payment Ben211779
「 10NA
Nバ 78
11/27/2018 601592 5 408.74

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OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiS「 ER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLV CHECKS
■│ ‐■・ ■■ ■■ ■│ ■│ ■I ACCOUNT ‐ ■ │‐ ■■ lNVOICE ■ ‐■ │
‐ ■ ■ _ __‐ _. _‐ ‐‐ ‐‐ ││ ■ ■ ・ ■ IPAYMIN■ │ ■ CHECK■ _IPAYMFNT
‐ P.0。 ■│ ‐ │‐ │‐

■ ‐
│‐

VEN00R NAME AND NUMBERI I NUMBER ‐AMOUNT DESCR:P■ ON
‐ . INVOtCE DATE NUMBER AMOuNT

003903‐ US HEALTHVVORKS MED:CAL 011 1026.597000 5 7′ 515.00 Medicai Services 3413514CA
GROUP′
0111026.597000 S 6′ 625.00 Medical Services 3417013CA
11/27/2018 601593 S 14,140.00

000403- RiCHARD VELASQUEZ 011 1031.540000 5 1′ 800.00 Reserve OfFicer Stipend 07/18‐ 12/18 112018
11/27/2018 601594 S l′ 800.00

006460‐ V:VA CONCEPTS 011 1026.596900 S l.00 Ho:iday Cards 102918
11/27/2018 601595 S l.00

005699-W[BCO LB LLC 011.1043.590000 S 9′ 145.00 Street Sweep:ng Services 10/18 LB4240
11/27/2018 601596 S 9′ 145.00

006463‐ TAE Y00 011.199999 5 708.00 Refund 80° /。 of Permit Fee Ref000211855
11/27/2018 601597 5 708.00

000314‐ ANGEL C:TY DATA′ :NC 011.9019.590110 5 1,000.00 ANGEL CITY DATA′ LLC wi‖ provide 16460 011.0012585
11/29/2018 601598 S l′ 00000

006309-ATLAS SAFE「 y sOLUT10NS 055.8400.590000 S 177.00 :tem#NLBZ105325PM51∼ :NWOL0000654 055 0002693
055.8400.590000 S 16.82 Sales Tax 9.5% !NWOL0000654
11/29/2018 601599 5 193.82

006397‐ BU:LT R:TE FENCE COMPANY 011.1048.590000 S ll′ 760.00 New Fence!nsta‖ a● on 3514
11/29/2018 601600 S ll′ 760.00
79

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CilY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS
UNT I ‐ 旧 VOに E ‐ │ │ ・ │ ‐ PAYMENT CHECk l ■PAYMENr
IL轟 品 Aふ E ANも `Uふ ILA I lAC∞ ‐
轟OMBE員 ■ │‐
│ I AMOし Ntt DESCniO■ o由 ・ ■・ │ ■│■ 1 lNvolcビ │‐ │■
│■ P.0:#■ ‐ ■‐│ ■ DATEI ‐ NUMBER I ■AMOUNI

=`
000446‐ BURRO CANYON SH00T!NG 011.1031.594200 5 50.00 Shooting Range Usage∼ 1757 011.0013231
PARK
11/29/2018 601601 5 50.00
000256-CALPORTLAND COMPANY 020.1084.520000 S l′ 721.88 Concrete 93895993
011.1043.520000 S 640.45 Concrete 93934829
11/29/2018 601602 5 2′ 362.33
001229- CiTY OF LOS ANGELES 011 1043.590000 S l,840.13 Tramc signal Maintenance 10/18-12/18 94MA190000028
TREASURER
11/29/2018 601603 5 1′ 840.13
003088‐ CLIN!CAL LA3 0F SAN 020.1084.500140 5 794.00 Lab Services 965388
BERNARD!NO
11/29/2018 601604 5 794.00
000310-CRAIG WELD:NG SUPPLY′ C0 055.8000.590000 S 79.63 Refi‖ Cy:inders∼ 628235 0550002672
055.8000.590000 S 26.54 Rei‖ Cv:inders∼ 628639 055.0002672
11/29/2018 601605 5 106.17

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OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REG:STER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

001336‐ CURRENT WHOLESALE 055.8000.590000 S 49.82 Electrical Supplies- 254689 055.0002667
ELECTR!C SUP
011.1049.520000 S 53.10 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 254800 011.0013212
011.1049.520000 S 588.76 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 254801 011.0013212
011.1049.520000 S 89.33 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 254945 011.0013212
011.1049.520000 S 39.55 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 255003 011.0013212
011.1049.520000 S 17.07 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 255101 0110013212
011.1049.520000 S 357.39 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 255117 011.0013212
011.1049.520000 S 319.59 Electrical & Hardware Supplies- 255221 011.0013212
11/29/2018 601606 S 1′ 614.62

000533‐ DALEIS TRANSPORT 011.1043.520000 S 45.00 Truck Wash/Steam Out Services- 266330 011.0013312
011.1043.520000 S 45.00 Truck Wash/Steam Out Services- 267050 011.0013312
11/29/2018 601607 S 90.00

005874- DOUBLETREE BY HILTON 011.1026.596900 5 6′ 891.69 EE Service Awards Venue/Food 112818
11/29/2018 601608 5 6′ 891.69

005355‐ EAN SERVICEtt LLC 055.8100596700 S 159.00 Car Rental 19120473
11/29/2018 601609 5 159.00

001668-LORENZO GAY「 AN 011.1031.596500 S 11.99 Firearms/TaC● Cal Rine Adv 101818
11/29/2018 601610 S 11.99

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OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18,2018

EARLY CHECKS
‐ .― ACCOuN「 :NVOICE I I I‐ ■■ ■ │■ ││ │■ │││ ‐
IPAYMENTI・ CHECK ■ PAYMENr
‐ NUMBER AMOUNr DttК R]pl10N P.0。 #
VEN00R NAME AND NUMBER :NVOICE DATE NUMBER AMOUNI

001712‐ GRAINGER′ CO 055.8400.520000 5 228.86 Materiais&Too:s∼ 9929739648 055.0002670
0111049520000 S 245.98 Building Hardware∼ 9950094160 011.0013220
11/29/2018 601611 5 474.84
004222‐ HEATH CONSULTANTS 056.5600.520000 S 1′ 040.1l Ca!ibration Services∼ 1027716 056.0000520
!NCORPORATED
11/29/2018 601612 S 1′ 040.11

006466‐ L.A.A:RL:NE′ !NC 055.7200.596702 5 6,77 t.88 Customer lncentive Program 112618
11/29/2018 601613 S 6′ 771.88

000804-LBJOHNSON HARDWARE CO 011.1046.520000 S 125.16 P!umbing&Building Hardware∼ 699629 011.0013208
#1
011.1049.520000 S 56.68 P!umbing&Building Hardware∼ 700133 011.0013208
011.1049.520000 S 30.53 P:umbing&Building Hardware∼ 700224 011.0013208
11/29/2018 601614 S 212.37

001150- MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY 0558000590000 S 200.44 Hardware Supplies- 74897001 055.0002676
COMPANY
0558000590000 S 17.80 Hardware Supplies- 76508392 055.0002676
0558000.590000 S 78.34 Hardware Supplies- 77262857 055.0002676
0111049.520000 S 766.53 Electrical & Building Supplies" 77467302 011.0013218
0558400.590000 S 220.49 Hardware Supplies- 77684151 055.0002676
0558400.590000 S 38.35 HardwareSupplies- 77805585 055.0002676
11/29/2018 601615 5 1′ 321.95
82

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CrrY OF VERNON
OPERATlNG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGISTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS
││・ ■■│‐ ■│ │■ ・
・ `・
■‐ │I PAVMEIT II CHECK I IIIPAYMENI
vE",9R‐N^ME.AND‐ ヽりV':1 ‐
││ ■ NU“ R_■ ‐
‐ ‐
■ ■1 叩 OUNI DESCR]PT10N I‐ ‐ . . _ .lNV01CE ‐
‐ ■ P.0.# DATE NUMBER I AMOUNr
'「
005089-M!CRO PRECiS:ON 0558000590000 S 525.00 Calibra● on Services∼ LA90040186 055.0002679
CAL:BRAT:ON′ :

0558000.590000 S 120.00 Ca!ibrajon Serv:ces∼ LA90040545 055.0002679
11/29/2018 601616 5 645.00

005934‐ 0:RE:LLY AUTO PARTS 011.1046.520000 71.50 Auto Parts & Accessories- 3049191527 011.0013190
  S

011.1046520000 27.18 Auto Parts & Accessories" 3049191544 0110013190
11/29/2018 601617 5 98.68

001943‐ PLUMB:NG&:NDUSTR:AL 011.1049.520000 421.41 P:umbing&Building Hardware∼ S1208459001 011.0013209
SUPPLY

011.1049.520000 108.62 Plumbing&Bu‖ ding Hardware∼ S1209087001 01110013209
 S

011.1048.520000 36.58 P!umbing&Bui!ding Hardware∼ S1209703001 0110013209
 S

011.1048.520000 7.28 P:umbing&Building Hardware∼ S1209704001 011.0013209
 S

011.1048.520000 26.08 Plumbing&Bu‖ ding Hardware∼ S1209718001 011.0013209
 S

011.1049520000 511.10 P:umbing&Building Hardware∼ S1210005001 0110013209
 S

011.1049.520000 15.09 Piumbing&Bui:ding Hardware∼ S1210701001 011.0013209
11/29/2018 601618 S 1′ 126.16

006416‐ PR:ORITγ BU:LDING 0111049.590000 8,255.00 Jan■ onal services l1/18 61071
SERV:CES′ LL
055.8400.596200 S 659.00 Janitoria:Services l1/18 61072
0565600.596200 S 753.00 Janitoria!Services l1/18 61072
055.8300.596200 S 546.00 Janitoriai Services l1/18 61072
11/29/2018 601619 5 10′
83
213.00

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CiTY OF VERNON
OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS
tcoout{T l$iotct ! PAYMETI olEcx IAYUEI{I
i,Et{mr iA*E axD uMsER I{u BER r,. : .aMoul{r
QFS€RtfIto ,,:.. ::::. .:.i: .i .,:::, ttwt(I po.{ .:L D rE IruMBEi Alllout1l

000074‐ JOSE RAMOS 011.1031.596500 S 872 Firearms/Tactlcal R,le Adv 101818
11/29/2018 601620 S 8.72

001845-SECUR:TY PAV!NG COMPANY′ 020.1084.520000 S 40.97 Crush Base Material∼ 32437 011.0013199
INC
11/29/2018 601621 5 40.97

000403‐ RICHARD VELASQUEZ 011 1031.596500 5 5.45 Firearms/Tac● Ca!Rine Adv 112018(2)
11/29/2018 601622 5 5.45

002886‐ WALTERS WHOLESALE 011.lo49.520000 S 54.94 Electrica!Hardware∼ Sll1769886001 011.0013215
ELECrrRIC′ CO
11/29/2018 601623 5 54.94

002075‐ WE!DMANN ELECTR:CAL 055.8000.590000 S 731.07 01Samp!es∼ 5900223972 0550002680
TECHNOLOGY
11/29/2018 601624 5 731.07

005174‐ ALL AMER:CAN TROPHY& 011.1026.596900 S l′ 376.42 2018 Service Awards Plaques l12918
ENGRAVIN
12/04/2018 601625 5 1′ 376.42

005681‐ BAIA R00F:NG 011.1049.590000 S 9′ 200.00 Ch‖ ler Unit Repair 092018
lN5mLLAT!ONS&C
12/04/2018 601626 5 9′ 200.00

005529‐ BR:AN BYUN 011.1024.520000 S 40.00 Reimb.AB1234 Ethics Training Supplies ll1918
12/04/2018 601627 5 84
40.00

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CrrY OF VERNON
OPERATING ACCOUNT
WARRANT REG:STER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS
ACCOuNT :NVOICE I PAYMENr CHECK PAYMENF
VENDOR NAMEハ 劇D NUMBER NUMBER AMOutt DESCRIPT10N ‐│ l lNV● lCE P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOU綱

000395‐ CAEHA 011.1026.550000 S 10000 」
ob Posting∼ 10829
12/04/2018 601628 5 100.00

000778‐ CAL!FORN:A WATER SERV:CE 011.1033.560000 S 102.43 Period:11/18 112018
011.1043.560000 5 42.95 Period:11/18 112018(2)
12/04/2018 601629 5 145.38

001401-CENTRAL BASIN MVVD 020.1084.500130 S 33′ 543 31 Potable Water VEROCr18
12/04/2018 601630 S 33′ 543.31

000331‐ COMMERCIAL D00R OF LOS 011.1049.590000 5 2,799.00 Sectiona!Door Repairs 17097
ANGELES
0111049.590000 S 216.00 S!iding Gate Repairs 17098
011.1049.590000 S 3′ 264.03 Sectiona:Door Repairs 17104
12/04/2018 601631 S 6′ 279.03

006191‐ DATA TICKET′ !NC 011.1031.594200 S 395.10 Parking Cita● on Processing Service 94523
12/04/2018 601632 5 395.10

006469- ERN!E DELGAD0 011.1026.596900 S 650.00 DJ Services∼ 112918
12/04/2018 601633 5 650.00

OOO227 - ANTHONY ENCINAS ll 011.1031.540000 S 154.98 Reimb. Damaged Uniform- 112018
12/04/2018 601634 S 154.98

003423 - FACILITIES PROTECTION 011.1049.590000 S 1,300.00 Preventative Maintenance 58953
85
SYSTEMS
12/04/2018 601635 S l′ 300.00

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CITY OF VERNON
OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO。 13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

EARLY CHECKS
‐■‐‐
■■ ││■ I ACCOuNT :NVOiCE II ■│ │ ・ ‐ ■IPAYMENT I I CHECK I・ PAVMENT
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOUN「 DESCRIPT10N :NVOiCE I P.0.# DATE NUMBER AMOUNr

005980- BR:AN FIGUEROA 011 1026 596900 S 350 00 Event Photography Coverage∼ 25
12/04/2018 601636 S 350.00

005080‐ JAS PACIFiC 011.1041.595200 S 440.00 Pian Check&!nspec● on Services B:13105
011.1041.595200 5 562.50 P:an check&lnspectlon Services PC5215
12/04/2018 601637 S l′ 002.50

005093-JCL TRAFFiC SERV!CES 011.1043.520000 S 798.00 48‖ Renecjve Ro:!Up{W4‐ 2)withOut 97827 011 0013506
011.1043.520000 S 230.00 13"X34"Renec● ve Patch(W4‐ 2}. 97827 011.0013506
011.1043.520000 S 147.92 48‖ Brace&Bracket. 97827 011.0013506
011.1043.520000 S 40.00 Frelght 97827 011.0013506
011.1043.520000 S l15.51 Sa:es Tax 9.5% 97827
12/04/2018 601638 S l′ 331.43

003561- KERN COUNTY TAX 055.9000900000 S 38′ 235.19 2018-2019 Sec.Prop Tax B‖ : 101718
COLLECrrOR
12/04/2018 601639 5 38′ 235.19

004831‐ PAC!FiC AUTO REPAIR 011.1046.520000 S 499.98 secondary fue!pump 2370 011.0013484
011.1046.520000 S 29.60 air brake gasket 2370 011.0013484
011.1046.590000 S 625.00 :abor 2370 011.0013484
011.1046.520000 5 54 28 Sa:es Tax 10.25 2370
12/04/2018 601640 S l′ 20886

003079‐ SEES CAND:ES 011.230210 5 820 95 See:s Candies Order 112818 86
12/04/2018 601641 S 820.95

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OPERAT:NG ACCOUNT
WARRANT REGiSTER NO.13
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

000449‐ UNDERGROUND SERVICE 055.8300.596200 S 171.70 New TiCket Charges 1020180778
ALERT
12/04/2018 601642 5 171.70

001481‐ VER:ZON W!RELESS 011.9019560010 S 833.98 Period:Oct ll‐ Nov 10 9818108376
12/04/2018 601643 S 833.98

000743-XEROX F!NANC!AL SERViCES′ 011.9019.590110 S 3,219.30 Lease Pavment 1382978
LLC
12ノ 04/2018 601644 S 3,219.30

000314‐ ANGEL Cilγ DATA′ :NC 011.9019.590110 S 250.00 Design, Development, & Maintenance- 16495 011.0012585
12/06/2018 601645 S 250.00

005681-BAIA R00FING 011.1049.590000 S 46′ 600.00 Roof Repairs 112118
INSTALLAT10NS&C
12ノ 06/2018 601646 S 46′ 600.00

005975- BOBALIFE USA′ LLC 011.1026.596900 S 350 00 Photo Booth DepOsit 120318
12/06/2018 601647 5 350.00

005975‐ BOBAL:FE Uふ ,LLC 011.1026.596900 S 350.00 Photo Booth Remaining Balance 120318{2)
12/06/2018 601648 5 350.00

001721-CALOX′ !NC 011.1033.590000 S 15.00 Orygen Bottle Refill 510191
12/06/2018 601649 5 15.00

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001444‐ COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES 011.1043595200 S 247.38 Tramc signal Maintenance R[PW1810090148
7
12/06/2018 601650 S 247.38

001336-CURRENT WHOLESALE 055 8000.590000 S 409.52 E!ectrical Supp:ies∼ 254256 055.0002667
ELECTRIC SUP
12/06/2018 601651 5 409.52

000947‐ DAILY JOURNAL 020.1084.596600 5 92.40 Pub!ica● on Services B3197099
CORPORAT10N
020.1084.596600 5 92.40 Pub:ication Serv:ces B3197106
12/06/2018 601652 5 184.80

003018- EH WACHS COMPANY 011.1046.520000 S 550.00 17‐ 032‐ 00 wachls rnachine contro!cables iNV156307 011.0013478
011.1046.590000 5 8.46 Fre:ght iNV156307 011.0013478
011.1046.520000 S 52.26 Sales Tax 9.5% lNV156307
12/06/2018 601653 S 610.72

003285-ALEXY ESCOBED0 011 1031.540000 5 430 00 Reirnb.Bu‖ etproof Vest
12/06/2018 601654 5 430.00

004181‐ FRANCHiSE TAX 30ARD 020.210260 S 148.41 Garnishment:Payment Ben212165
055.210260 5 841.00 Garnishment:Pavment Ben212165
12/06/2018 601655 S 989.41

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001346‐ HAAKER EQUIPMENT 011.1046.520000 S 290.00 7873222 brushes C47426 011.0013485
COMPANY
0111046.590000 S 65.00 Freight C47426 011.0013485
011.1046.520000 S 27.55 Sa!es Tax 9.5% C47426
12/06/2018 601656 S 382.55

006370‐ HAASTECH′ lNC 011.1060.596200 S 393.75 Consulting Services 23205
12/06/2018 601657 S 393.75

000999- :NTERSTATE GAS SERVICES′ 0565600596200 S t8,0t2.73 Consu lting Services 10/18 7021449
INC
12/06/2018 601658 5 18′ 012.73

000610-NICK ALEXANDER 011.1046.590000 S 55.00 Laborto repair door Panel 3623 011.0013483
RESTORAT:ON
12/06/2018 601659 5 55.00

000629-OPEN ACCESS TECHNOLOGY 055.9200.596200 S 793.44 Electronic Tagging∼ 141674 055.0002669
!NTし l

12/06/2018 601660 S 793.44

001694-REL:ABLElCE EQUIPMENT′ 011.1033590000 S 330.38 lce Machine Maintenance 45600
:NC
011.1033.590000 S 330.38 lce Machine Maintenance 45601
011.1033.590000 S 330.38 lce Machine Maintenance 45602
011.1033.590000 S 330.38 lce Machine Maintenance 45603
12/06/2018 601661 S 1′
89
321.52

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001808-DAN:TA ROBERTSON 011.1031.596500 S 263.55 CLEARS Training & Technology
12/06/2018 601662 S

100.00 Commission Attendance Stipend- 110818
006420-NAVDEEP S:NGH SACHDEVA 011.1023.596200 5
12/06/2018 601663 S 100.00

001516‐ S:MPLEXGRiNNELL′ LP 011.1049.590000 S 636.00 Fire Alarm Maintenance 84754351
12/06/2018 601664 S 636.00

011.1046.520000 S 936.75 EESP341U14:N 18.4 modis edge usd ARV37947190 011.0013479
001960‐ SNAP-ON INDUSTRIAL
011.1046.520000 S 8.97 Freight ARV37947190 011.0013479
011.1046.520000 5 89.84 Sales Tax 9.5% ARV37947190
011.1046.520000 S 944.99 EECS304C nlicrovat eiite battery′ ARV37960753 011.0013480
011.1046.520000 S 12.65 Freight ARV37960753 011.0013480
011.1046.520000 S 90.97 Sa!es Tax 9.5% ARV37960753
12/06/2018 601665 S 2′ 084.17

004441‐ U.S.DEPT OF EDUCAT10N 011.210260 408.74 Garnishment: Payment Ben212163
NAT10NA
12/06/2018 601666 S 408.74

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I DATE I NUMBER AMOUNT

000404-W.l.S.E′ INC 011120010 S 120.00 0270‐ 370 WD-40 Smart Straw′ ∼ 116345401 011.0013508
011.120010 S l1 40 Sales Tax 9.5% 116345401
011.120010 5 503.28 0515‐ 448 CRC Natura:Degreaser′ 12‐ 116345402 011.0013508
011.120010 S 47.81 Sales Tax 9 5% 116345402
011.120010 S 301.60 0618-100 3M Hard Hats′ Fu‖ Brim′ 116345403 011.0013508
011120010 S 28.65 Sales Tax 9.5% 116345403
12/06/2018 601667 S l′ 012.74

TOTAL EARLV CHECKS s 319′ 448.56

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000005‐ A THRONE CO′ :NC 055.8100596200 84.00 'ortable Restrooms 554056
 S

055.8100.596200 279.14 Portable Restrooms 554057
 S

055.8100.596200 88.95 Portab:e Restrooms 554058
12/18/2018 601668 S 45209

011.1046.520000 78.00 W8FP8 pressure hose 48" 27511 011.0013486
001723‐ AFC HYDRAUL!C SEALS&
    S

REPAIR
011.1046.520000 14.50 5400-08-10 straight adapter 10mb 27511 011.0013486

011.1046.520000 10.85 BN44 brass hose barb mnpt 27511 011.0013486

0111046.590000 300.00 Laborto diagnose and repair 27511 0110013486

011.1046.520000 9.82 Sales Tax 9.5% 27511
12/18/2018 601669 S 413.17

011.1046.520000 105.95 16138296 engine rnount 30931 011.0013488
006308-ANAYA SERVICE CENTER
 S

011.1046.520000 19.90 15727005 insulator 30931 011.0013488
 S

011.1046.520000 105.95 15133506 fan shroud 30931 011.0013488
 S

011.1046.520000 104.52 15736666 fan shroud 30931 011.0013488
 S

011.1046.590000 105.00 LabOrto diagnose and repair 30931 0110013488
 S

011.1046.520000 31.95 Sales Tax 9.5% 30931
12/18/2018 601670 S 473.27

002308-ASBURY ENV:RONMENTAL 0558400.590000 178.62 Environmental Services 150000387702
    S

SERViCES
0558400.590000 251.98 Environmental Services !50000387707 92
12/18/2018 601671 S 430.60

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006054- 3EARCOM 011.1033 594000 S l,581.66 SC Service Agreement 4757710
011.1033.594000 S l′ 581.66 SC Service Agreement 4758250
12/18/2018 601672 5 3′ 163.32

000278- CALOLYMP!C SAF[TY 011.120010 S 220.72 0624-025 G!ide Earp:ug Foam Twist 3741961 011.0013513
011.120010 S 500.00 0654-100 Rainwear Stornl StoppeL Size: 3741961 011.0013513
011.120010 S l,000.00 0654‐ 120 Rainwear Storm StoppeL Size: 3741961 011.0013513
011.120010 S 163.47 Sales Tax 9.5% 3741961
12/18/2018 601673 5 1′ 884.19

005113‐ COLANTUONO′ H!GHSMITH 011.1003.596300 5 2′ 598.00 Re:Eiec● on Advice 37485
&WHATLE
12/18/2018 601674 5 2′ 598.00

OOO947 - DAILY JOURNAL 011.1003.550000 S 277.20 Publication Services B3197210
CORPORATION
12/18/2018 601675 S 277.20

006/.77 - GUSIAVO DE LOZA 011.1043.595700 S 76.00 Reimb. Class B Driver License 120418
12/18/2018 601676 S 76.00

001936‐ EMP:RE CLEAN:NG SUPPLY 011.120010 5 742.00 1628-120401:X46"1.OB:ack Trash Can 1076799 011.0013510
011.120010 S 2′ 267.50 1628‐ 150 36"X60"1.5C:ear Trash 1076799 011.0013510
011.120010 S 285.90 Sales Tax 9.5% 1076799
12/18/2018 601677 5 3′ 295.40
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WARRANTS j. _,. ..1:t ., :
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vGflDOR AME At{D I{UMBB lluflEl alrltoul{T DEscnlPIrc IwOrcE P.O't OAIt ruMBEA I
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004438 - ILEMTNG ENVIRONMENTAL 011.1049-59oooo S 650.00 OPeEtor Site lnspecnons u/7a 74223
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011.1049.590000 5 120.00 Service Ca‖
12/18/2018 601678 5 770.00

002854 - GOVT FINANCE OFFICERS 011.1004.596550 s 310.00 Membership Renewal 103018
ASSOC
12/18/2018 601679 5 310.00

005159‐ LISETTE GRIZZELLE 011.1026.596500 S ll.50 Mi!eage/PiCk Up 2018 Service Awards 102918
12/18/2018 601680 5 11.50

m4143 - II{IERWESI CONSULI|NG 011.1041.5952m 5 2,735 98 Building Phn Ch€ck & lnsp€ctions 45190
GRoUP' rN
r2,aal2'o 601581 s 2,736.9g

m4159- DAVID (AWASAKI 011-1033.595700 S 120.00 Relmb Riv€r & Fbod Water Rescue 120318
,2l,3l2o,3 601682 S 12o.oo

000138‐ LACPCA 011.1031.596550 5 500.00 2019 Annual Dues 110118
12/18/2018 601683 5 50000

000121‐ LU'SL:GHTHOUSE′ iNC 011.1046.520000 5 34.35 H4656 1ow beam head:ight bu!b l128126 011.0013489
011.1046.520000 S 3.26 Sa!es Tax 9.5% 1128126
12/18/2018 601684 5 37.61

000833‐ CHADR!CK MCGOVNEY 011.1033.596700 S 120.00 Reimb.River&Flood Water Rescue 120318 94
12/18/2018 601685 S 120.00

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003660-JACK MEGORDEN 055 9100 596500 5 51.01 Crown Technical Systems Site Visit 120318
12/18/2018 601686 S 5101

OO1O95 - MELVYN GREEN & 011.1041.595200 S 3,246.13 Plan Check Services 11118 14121
ASSOCTATES, rNC
12/18/2018 601687 5 3′ 24613

000610- NICK ALEXANDER 011.1046.520000 5 35.00 Materia:to reupholster drivers seat 3627 011.0013490
RE〔 TORAT10N
011.1046.590000 5 75 00 Laborto reupho:ster drivers seat 3627 011.0013490
011.1046520000 S 3.59 Saies Tax 10.25 3627
12/18/2018 601688 5 113.59

004111‐ PACIFiC COMMERC:ALTRUCK 011.1046.520000 5 27.50 Hasp fbr padlock on rearswing doors 24426 011.0013492
BODY′
011.1046.590000 5 75.00 Laborto insta‖ hasp lbr padlock on 24426 011.0013492
011.1046.520000 5 2.61 Sales Tax 9.5% 24426
12/18/2018 601689 S 105.11

004861-J[FF SCHAUST[R 0111033596700 S 120.00 Reirnb.River 8t F!ood Water Rescue 120318
12/18/2018 601690 S 120.00

005180-SCPMA‐ HR 0111026.596600 5 50 00 Renewal/L.Grizze‖ e 3374
12/18/2018 601691 5 50.00

005790‐ SIMON W:ND′ :NC 055.9000.900000 S l′ 000.00 Meteoro:ogica!Services 1811
12/18/2018 601692 5 95
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003584‐ WILL:AMS DATA 011.1003.596200 S 375.00 Storage Services
MANAGEMENT
011.1003.596200 S l′ 283 29 Storage Services 450954
12/18/2018 601693 5 1′ 658.29

TOTAL WARRANTS S 24′ 013.46

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RECAP BY FUND

ELECTRONiC TOTAL EARLV CHECκ TOTAL WARRANT TOTAL GRAND TOTALS

011‐ GENERAL S l,386′ 91114 5 193,88686 S 22,079 76 S l,602,87776

0 3 0 0
0 7 ∞ 0
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055-LIGHT&POWER 1′ 871,86304 61′ 19976 1,934′ 99650

056-NATURAL CAS 396,70293 2451694 421′ 21987


057-FIBER OPTIC 3′ 16560 4305 3,20865

GRAND TOTAL S 3,89■ ,22128 5 319,448.56 S 24,01346 S 4,234,68330

TOTAL CHEC“S TO BE PR:NTED 26

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-6-2019
Submitted by: John Lau
Submitting Department: Finance/ Treasury
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
Approval of Federal Funds for Street Improvements Account Warrant Register No. 24 Covering the Period of
November 27 through December 10, 2018

Recommendation:
A. Approve Federal Funds for Street Improvements Account Warrant Register No. 24 which totals $68,850.16 and
consists of the following:

1) Ratification of electronic payments totaling $68,850.16.

Backgroud:
Section 2.13 of the Vernon Municipal Code indicates the City Treasurer, or an authorized designee, shall prepare
warrants covering claims or demands against the City which are to be presented to City Council for its audit and
approval. Pursuant to the aforementioned code section, the City Treasurer has prepared Federal Funds for Street
Improvements Account Warrant Register No. 24 covering claims and demands presented during the period of
November 27 through December 10, 2018, drawn, or to be drawn, from East West Bank for City Council approval.

Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Federal Funds for Street Improvements Warrant Register No. 24

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FEDERAL FUNDS FOR STREE「 :MPROVEMENTS
WARRANT REGiS「 ER NO.24
DECEMBER 18′ 2018

I hereby certify that claims and/or demands included in above listed warrant This is to certify that the claims or demands covered by the above listed warrants
register have been audited for accuracy and availability of funds for payments and have been audited by the City Council of the City of Vernon and that all of said
that said claims and/or demands are accurate and that the funds are available for warrants are approved for payments except Warrant Numbers:
payments thereof.

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ELECrRONiC
ACCOUNT lNVOICE PAYMENT PAYMENT PAYMENT
VENDOR NAME AND NUMBER NUMBER AMOUNr DESCRlp■ ON lNVO'CE P.0。 ■ DATE NUMBER AMOuNT

003975- CNS ENG!NEERS′ INC 011.1043.900000 S 55′ 360.25 Consui● ng services∼
11/27/2018 26 5 55′ 360.25

003975‐ CNS ENGINEERS′ lNC 011.1043.900000 S 13′ 489.91 Consul● ng services∼ 801745
12/04/2018 27 S 13′ 489.91

TOTAL ELECTRONiC s 68′ 850。 16

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ELECTRON:C TOTAL EARLY CHECK TOTAL WARRANT TOTAL GRAND TOTALS

011-GENERAL S 68′ 85016 S 0.00 S o.oo s 68′ 850.16

GRAND TOTAL s 68,850.16 s 0.00 S o.oo S 68′ 850.16

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-433-2018
Submitted by: Daniel Wall
Submitting Department: Public Works
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
Ordinance No. 1258 - An Ordinance Adding Sec. 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16 of the Vernon Municipal Code
to Establish Parking Rules for Furlong Place, a Private City-Owned Street

Recommendation:
A. Find that the proposed action is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review because it
is a continuing administrative activity that will not result in any direct or indirect changes in the environment and therefore
does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378. Further, even if the establishment of
parking rules for Furlong Place were considered a “project,” it would be exempt from CEQA review in accordance
with Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that may have a significant effect on the
environment; and

B. Approve the second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 1258 adding Sec. 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16 of the
Vernon Municipal Code to Establish Parking Rules for Furlong Place, a Private City-Owned Street.

Backgroud:
Furlong Place is a private city-owned street. Currently, parking on Furlong Place is not assigned and is open to the
residents of city housing and their guests. While there is generally adequate parking available in the City Hall parking
structure for the use of residents and their guests, people prefer to park immediately adjacent to their homes. Conflicts
arise when the guests and residents of one or two homes use the majority of the parking on Furlong.

This ordinance would amend the municipal code to establish the following rules for parking on Furlong Place:

(a) A parking space on Furlong Place shall be assigned to each residence on Furlong Place. Only vehicles displaying a
valid parking permit for the assigned space are authorized to park in that space.

(b) Guest parking spaces have been reserved for the use of the guests of the residents of Furlong Place. Only vehicles
displaying a valid guest-parking permit are authorized to park in a guest parking space for a period not to exceed
24-hours.

The ordinance also empowers members of the Police Department to remove any vehicle from Furlong Place which is in
violation of these rules.

If this ordinance is approved by the City Council, Public Works staff will host a meeting with the residents of Furlong
Place to discuss the implementation of these rules.

NOTE: This item was presented to City Council for First Reading on December 4, 2018.
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Fiscal Impact:
None.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Notice of Public Hearing - Ordinance Establishing Rules for Parking on Furlong Place
 2. Ordinance No. 1258 - Establishing Parking Rules for Furlong Place

103
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 9005E
City of Vernon (323) 5E3-EEl l

NOTICE OF PI.'BLIC HEARING REGARDING ATI ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 16.2}I TO
ARTICLE I OF CTIAPTER 16 OF TIIE VERNON MUMCIPAL CODE TO ESTABLISH PARKING
RI,'LES FORFURLONG PI-ACE, A PRJVATE CITY-OW}IED STREET

The City Council will conduct a Public Hearing, which you may attend.

PLACE: Vemon City Hall
City Council Chambers
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vemon, CA 90058

DATE & TIME: Dccember 4, 201& at 9:00 a.m. (or as soon thereafter as dte maner can be heard)

PTJRPOSE: Consider tre adoption ofan orrdinance adding Section 16.23-l to Article I of Chapter
l6 of the Vemon Municipal Code to establish parting rules for Furlong Place, a
private City-owned st€et.

DOCUMENTS Notice is hereby given drat a hard copy ofthe proposed ordinance will be available for
public rcview during normal business hours in the City Cle* Department
FORREVIEW: located at 4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vemon, Califomia between fte hours of 7:00 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thunday.

Please send your comments or questions to:
Daniel Wall, Direcor of Public Works
City of Vemon
4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vemon, CA 90058
(323) 583-EE I I Ext. 305 Email: dwall@ci.vemon.ca.us

PROP'OSED CEQA FINDING: Staffwill recommend that dre Vemon City Council find that the proposed action is
not subject to Califomia Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") review because it is
a continuing administrative activity that will not result in any direct or indirect
changes in the environmenl and therefore does not constitute a "project" as defined
by CEQA Guidelines section 15378. Further, even if the establishment of parking
regulations for Furlong Place were considered a "projecl," it would be exempt ftom
CEQA review in accordance with Section 15064 (bX3), the general rule that CEQA
only applies to projects that may have a significant effect on the environment.

Ifyou challenge the adoption ofan ordinance adding Section 16.23-l to Article I ofchapter l6 ofthe Vemon Municipal
Code to establish parking rules for Furlong Place, a private City-owned steet, or any provision thereofin court, you may
be limited o raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the hearing described in this noticc or in wrinen
conespondence delivered to the City ofVemon at, or prior to, the meeting.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): In compliance with ADA, if you need special assisance to participate in the
meeting, please contact the Oftice of the City Clerk at (323) 583-881 I ext. 546.

The hearing may be continued or adjourned or cancelled and rescheduled to a stated time and place without further
notice ofa public hearing.

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aria E. AyalaCity Clerk
CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER SERVICE BUREAU
DAILY JOURNAL CORPORATION
Mailing Address : 915 E FIRST ST, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012
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MARIA AYALA
CITY OF VERNON CITY CLERK
4305 SANTA FE AVE
VERNON, CA 90058 PRE# 3197210
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING
AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 16.23-1 TO
ARTICLE I OF CHAPTER 16 OF THE VERNON
MUNICIPAL CODE TO ESTABLISH PARKING
RULES FOR FURLONG PLACE, A PRIVATE
CITY-OWNED STREET

COPY OF NOTICE The City Council will conduct a Public Hearing,
which you may attend.

PLACE: Vernon City Hall
City Council Chambers
4305 Santa Fe Avenue
Vernon, CA 90058
Notice Type: GPN GOVT PUBLIC NOTICE DATE & TIME: December 4, 2018, at 9:00 a.m.
(or as soon thereafter as the matter can be
Ad Description NPH Ordinance Parking Rules for Furlong Place heard)

PURPOSE: Consider the adoption of an
ordinance adding Section 16.23-1 to Article I of
Chapter 16 of the Vernon Municipal Code to
establish parking rules for Furlong Place, a
To the right is a copy of the notice you sent to us for publication in the private City-owned street.
HUNTINGTON PARK BULLETIN. Please read this notice carefully and call us
DOCUMENTS Notice is hereby given that a hard
with any corrections. The Proof of Publication will be filed with the County copy of the proposed ordinance will be available
Clerk, if required, and mailed to you after the last date below. Publication for public review during normal business hours in
the City Clerk Department,
date(s) for this notice is (are): FOR REVIEW: located at 4305 Santa Fe Avenue,
Vernon, California between the hours of 7:00 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
11/29/2018
Please send your comments or questions to:
Daniel Wall, Director of Public Works
City of Vernon
4305 Santa Fe Avenue, Vernon, CA 90058
(323) 583-8811 Ext. 305 Email:
dwall@ci.vernon.ca.us
An invoice will be sent after the last date of publication. If you prepaid this PROPOSED CEQA FINDING: Staff will
order in full, you will not receive an invoice. recommend that the Vernon City Council find that
the proposed action is not subject to California
Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) review
because it is a continuing administrative activity
that will not result in any direct or indirect
changes in the environment and therefore does
not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA
Guidelines section 15378. Further, even if the
establishment of parking regulations for Furlong
Place were considered a “project,” it would be
exempt from CEQA review in accordance with
Section 15064 (b)(3), the general rule that CEQA
only applies to projects that may have a
significant effect on the environment.

If you challenge the adoption of an ordinance
adding Section 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16
of the Vernon Municipal Code to establish parking
rules for Furlong Place, a private City-owned
street, or any provision thereof in court, you may
be limited to raising only those issues you or
someone else raised at the hearing described in
this notice or in written correspondence delivered
to the City of Vernon at, or prior to, the meeting.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): In
compliance with ADA, if you need special
assistance to participate in the meeting, please
contact the Office of the City Clerk at (323) 583-
8811 ext. 546.

The hearing may be continued or adjourned or
cancelled and rescheduled to a stated time and
place without further notice of a public hearing.

Dated: 11/20/2018

/S/
Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk
11/29/18

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HUNTINGTON PARK BULLETIN

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ORDINANCE NO. 1258

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
VERNON, CALIFORNIA, ADDING SECTION 16.23-1 TO
ARTICLE I OF CHAPTER 16 OF THE VERNON MUNICIPAL
CODE TO ESTABLISH PARKING RULES FOR FURLONG PLACE,
A PRIVATE CITY-OWNED STREET

WHEREAS, the City of Vernon (the “City”) is a municipal
corporation and a chartered city of the State of California organized
and existing under its Charter and the Constitution of the State of
California; and
WHEREAS, Furlong Place is a private city-owned street; and
WHEREAS, Furlong Place is not assigned and is open to the
residents of City housing and their guests; and
WHEREAS, by memorandum dated December 4, 2018, the Director of
Public Works has recommended the adoption of an ordinance adding Section
16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16 of the Vernon Municipal Code to
establish parking rules for Furlong Place in order to avoid any
conflict between the residents and guests; and
WHEREAS, a duly-noticed public hearing has been held to
consider the proposed ordinance changes, and public testimony has been
received and considered; and
WHEREAS, the City Council desires to add Section 16.23-1 to
Article I of Chapter 16 of the Vernon Municipal Code to establish
parking rules for Furlong Place.
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VERNON HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
finds and determines that all of the foregoing recitals are true and
correct.
SECTION 2: The City Council finds that the adoption of this107
Ordinance is categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality
Act (“CEQA”) review because it is a continuing administrative activity
that will not result in any direct or indirect changes in the
environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by
CEQA Guidelines section 15378. Further, even if the establishment of
parking rules for Furlong Place were considered a “project,” it would
be exempt from CEQA review in accordance with Section 15061(b)(3), the
general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that may have a
significant effect on the environment.
SECTION 3: Section 16.23-1 to Article I of Chapter 16, of
the Vernon Municipal Code, is hereby added as set forth in Exhibit A
which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference.
SECTION 4: Any ordinance, part of an ordinance, or code
section in conflict with this Ordinance is hereby repealed.
SECTION 5: Severability. If any chapter, article, section
subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase, or word
in this Ordinance or any part thereof is for any reason held to be
unconstitutional or invalid or ineffective by any court of competent
jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity or
effectiveness of the remaining portions of this Ordinance or any part
thereof. The City Council hereby declares that it would have adopted
this Ordinance and each chapter, article, section, subsection,
subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase thereof,
irrespective of the fact that any one or more chapters, articles,
sections, subsections, subdivisions, paragraphs, sentences, clauses,
phrases or words be declared unconstitutional, or invalid, or
ineffective.
SECTION 6: Book of Ordinances. The City Clerk shall attest
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and certify to the adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause this
Ordinance and the City Clerk’s certification to be entered in the Book
of Ordinances of the Council of this City. The City Clerk shall cause
this ordinance to be published or posted as required by law.
SECTION 7: Effective Date. This Ordinance shall go into
effect and be in full force and effect at 12:01 a.m. on the thirty-
first (31st) day after its passage.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 18th day of December, 2018.

Name:

Title: Mayor / Mayor Pro-Tem

ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Brian Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )

I, Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk of the City of Vernon, do hereby
certify that the foregoing Ordinance, being Ordinance No. 1258 was duly
and regularly introduced at a regular meeting of the City Council of
the City of Vernon, held in the City of Vernon on Tuesday, December 4,
2018, and thereafter adopted at a meeting of said City Council held on
Tuesday, December 18, 2018, by the following vote:
AYES: Councilmembers:
NOES: Councilmembers:
ABSENT: Councilmembers:
And thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor or Mayor Pro-Tem of
the City of Vernon.
Executed this ___ day of December, 2018, at Vernon, California.

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

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EXHIBIT A

Article I. Motor Vehicles and Traffic: General.
Sec. 16.23. Same—City owned parking areas and facilities.
No person, except as provided for below, shall park a vehicle on city owned parking areas and facilities
within the city and described as follows:
(a) City Hall grounds and parking areas at 4305 Santa Fe Avenue.
(b) The parking facilities on grounds bounded by 50th Street, Downey Road, Fruitland Avenue and the
West Roadway.
(c) The city owned parking area at 2265 East 38th Street.
(d) The parking areas of city owned housing and pump house at 3550 East Vernon Avenue.
(e) Parking areas at Fire Station No. 78, at 2800 South Soto Street.
(f) Parking areas at Fire Station No. 79, at 4530 Bandini Boulevard.
The following persons are excepted from the provisions of this section:
(a) Officers and employees of the city.
(b) Vendors while engaging in business for the benefit of employees or officers of the city.
(c) Persons having specific business with the city while engaged in such business.
(d) Residents of city housing and their guests.
Members of the police department are hereby authorized to remove a vehicle from the above
described public property, which is in violation of this section, to the nearest garage or other place of
safety, or to a garage designated or maintained by the police department. The police officer removing and
storing such vehicle shall comply with the procedure set forth in division 11, chapter 10, article 2, of the
California Vehicle Code.
Every violation of this section is hereby declared to be a public nuisance. (Ord. No. 1014, § 3.)
Sec. 16.23-1. City owned parking area on Furlong Place
Furlong Place is a private residential street owned by the City of Vernon. No person, except as
provided for below, shall park a vehicle on Furlong Place:
(a) A parking space on Furlong Place shall be assigned to each residence on Furlong Place. Only vehicles
displaying a valid parking permit for the assigned space are authorized to park in that space.
(b) Guest parking spaces have been reserved for the use of the guests of the residents of Furlong Place.
Only vehicles displaying a valid guest-parking permit are authorized to park in a guest parking space
for a period not to exceed 24-hours.
Members of the police department are hereby authorized to remove any vehicle from Furlong
Place, which is in violation of this section, to the nearest garage or other place of safety or to a garage
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designated or maintained by the police department. The police officer removing and storing such vehicle
shall comply with the procedure set forth in division 11, chapter 10, article 2, of the California Vehicle
Code.
Every violation of this section is hereby declared to be a public nuisance.

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-429-2018
Submitted by: Lilia Hernandez
Submitting Department: City Administration
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
A Resolution Submitting Two Measures to the Voters of the City of Vernon at the April 9, 2019 General Municipal
Election to Amend Chapters 3.5 and 3.6 of Article III of the City Charter

Recommendation:
A. Find that adoption of the proposed resolution is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”)
review because it is an administrative action that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment
and, therefore, does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378; and

B. Adopt a Resolution Submitting to the Voters of the City of Vernon at the City’s April 9, 2019 General Municipal
Election Two Measures, Measure S and Measure T respectively, to Amend Chapters 3.5 and 3.6 of Article III of the
City Charter; and

C. Authorize the Mayor to prepare and file a written argument in favor of Measure S, on behalf of the City Council,
pursuant to California Elections Code Section 9282; and

D. Authorize the Mayor to prepare and file a written argument in favor of Measure T, on behalf of the City Council,
pursuant to California Elections Code Section 9282.

Backgroud:
Currently, the Mayor and and Mayor Pro Tempore for the City of Vernon are selected as provided for in Chapters 3.5
and 3.6 of Article III of the City Charter which reads:

"At the Council meeting at which any Council member is installed following a regular municipal election, and at any time
when there is a vacancy in the office of Mayor, the City Council shall meet and shall elect one of its members as
Mayor."

"At the time that a Mayor is selected, the City Council shall also designate one of its members as Mayor Pro Tempore."

The proposed measures aim to change the current process by which a Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem are selected,
eliminating the need for City Council Members to vote and elect a Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore each year and
instead establishing a set rotation by which the Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem would be determined each year.
Specifically, Measure S proposes to amend Chapter 3.5 of Article III of the City Charter to change the process for
selecting the Mayor from one by which the other Council Members vote on to one by which Council Members are
appointed according to an automatic rotation schedule based on year of election. Similarly, Measure T proposes that
Chapter 3.6 of Article III of the City Charter be amended to change the process for selecting the Mayor Pro Tempore
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from one elected by Council vote to one by which Council Members are appointed according to an automatic rotation
schedule based on year of election.

The current process of selecting a Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem by Council vote can create frictions amongst Council
Members unnecessarily, and can result in questions of fairness if a particular Council Member is elected as Mayor year
after year. A set rotational process as prescribed by proposed Measure S and proposed Measure T affords equal
opportunities for each City Council Member to serve as the City's Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem at some point
throughout their tenure on the City Council.

Arguments In Favor
Section 9283 of the California Elections Code provides that a ballot argument be accompanied by the printed name and
signature of the author(s) submitting it, or, if submitted on behalf of an organization, the printed name and signature of at
least one of its principal officers. In the interest of time, and in order to avoid any potential violations of the Brown Act,
staff proposes that the City Council authorize the Mayor to author, sign, and submit the Argument In Favor of each
measure on behalf of the City Council. The Argument in Favor will be submitted to the City Clerk for inclusion in the
ballot pamphlet for the April 9, 2019 General Municipal Election. Primary arguments for Measures S and T must be
submitted to the City Clerk no later 5:00 pm on January 2, 2019.

Pursuant to Section 3(a) of Article XI of the California Constitution, the Measures require approval by a majority vote
of those casting ballots on the Measures. If approved by the voters, the new procedures would be implemented
following the certification of the election results in April 2019.

Fiscal Impact:
There is no fiscal impact associated with adopting a new method for the assignment of Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore
duties for members of the City Council.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Resolution - Ballot Measures for Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem Selection

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RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
VERNON ORDERING THAT TWO MEASURES TO AMEND CHAPTERS
3.5 AND 3.6 OF ARTICLE III OF THE CITY CHARTER BE
SUBMITTED TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY AT THE CITY’S
APRIL 9, 2019 GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION

WHEREAS, by its Resolution No. 2018-41, adopted on
November 6, 2018, the City Council called and gave notice of a general
municipal election in the City to be held on April 9, 2019, by mail
ballot only; and
WHEREAS, the City Council desires to submit to the voters of
the City, at the City’s April 9, 2019 general municipal election, two
measures to amend Chapters 3.5 and 3.6 of Article III, respectively, of
the City Charter (together, the “Charter Amendments”).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF VERNON AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
finds and determines that the above recitals are true and correct.
SECTION 2: The City Council of the City of Vernon finds
that this adoption of this resolution is exempt under the California
Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), because it is an administrative
activity of government that will not result in direct or indirect
physical changes in the environment, and therefore does not constitute
a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines section 15378.
SECTION 3: Proposal. The City Council hereby proposes the
Charter Amendments as set forth in Exhibits A and B.
SECTION 4: Election. Pursuant to Section 9222 of the
California Elections Code (the “Elections Code”), the City Council
hereby orders that the Charter Amendments be submitted to the voters of
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the City at the City’s April 9, 2019 general municipal election.
SECTION 5: Ballot Questions. The measures submitted by
Section 4 of this Resolution (together, the “Measures”) shall appear on
the ballot as follows:

MEASURE S:

Shall Chapter 3.5 of Article III of the Vernon
City Charter be amended to change the process YES
for selecting the Mayor from one by which the
other Councilmembers vote to one by which
Councilmembers are appointed according to an
NO
automatic rotation schedule based on year of
election?
MEASURE T:

Shall Chapter 3.6 of Article III of the Vernon
City Charter be amended to change the process YES
for selecting the Mayor Pro Tempore from one
by which the other Councilmembers vote to one
by which Councilmembers are appointed
NO
according to an automatic rotation schedule
based on year of election?
The text of each of the Charter Amendments to be submitted to the
voters are attached hereto as Exhibits A and B, respectively, and are
incorporated herein by reference.
SECTION 6: Approval. Pursuant to Section 3(a) of Article
XI of the California Constitution, the Measures require approval by a
majority vote of those casting ballots on the Measures.

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SECTION 7: Conduct of Election; Consolidation. (a) The
Measures shall be submitted to the voters of the City at the City’s
April 9, 2019 general municipal election and shall be consolidated with
the election for a member of the City Council and any other measures to
be submitted to the voters on such election date. The City Clerk,
designated as the elections official (the “Elections Official”), shall
conduct such election and is required, and is hereby requested, to take
all steps to hold the election in accordance with the law for the
holding of a general municipal election in the City.
(b) The Elections Official shall render all services to the
City relating to the election. The Elections Official is hereby
authorized, instructed and directed to procure and furnish any and all
official ballot notices and printed matter and all supplies and
equipment that may be necessary to prepare and lawfully conduct the
general municipal mail ballot only election, including the preparation
of the ballot. The Elections Official shall take all steps necessary to
place the Measures on the ballot and to cause the Measures to be
printed, and shall act as the filing authority for arguments. The full
text of the Measures shall not be printed in the ballot, but a
statement shall be printed in the ballot pursuant to Section 9280 of
the Elections Code advising voters that they may obtain a copy of the
Measures upon request made to the Elections Official.
(c) Pursuant to Section 4101 of the Elections Code, the
Elections Official shall mail the mail ballot materials not sooner than
29 days before the election date and not later than 10 days before the
election date.
(d) At the next meeting of the City Council occurring after
the returns of the election have been canvassed and certified by the
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Elections Official, the City Council shall adopt a resolution reciting
the fact of the election and a statement of the results of the
election.
SECTION 7: Arguments and Analysis; Public Examination.
(a) The last day for submission of direct arguments for or
against the Measures shall be by 5:00 p.m. on January 2, 2019. Direct
arguments shall be submitted to the Elections Official, shall not
exceed 300 words and shall be signed by not more than five persons.
(b) The last day for submission of rebuttal arguments for or
against the Measures shall be by 5:00 p.m. on January 14, 2019.
Rebuttal arguments shall be submitted to the Elections Official, shall
not exceed 250 words and shall be signed by not more than five persons.
Those persons may be different persons than the persons who signed the
direct arguments.
(c) Pursuant to Section 9285 of the Elections Code, when the
Elections Official has selected the arguments for and against the
Measures, which shall be printed and distributed to the voters, the
Elections Official shall send a copy of the argument in favor of the
Measures to the authors of any argument against the Measures, and a
copy of the argument against the Measures to the authors of any
argument in favor of the Measures, immediately upon receiving the
arguments. Rebuttal arguments shall be printed in the same manner as
the direct arguments. Each rebuttal argument shall immediately follow
the direct argument which it seeks to rebut.
(d) Pursuant to Section 9280 of the Elections Code, the City
Attorney is hereby requested to prepare an impartial analysis of the
Measures showing the effect of the Measures on the existing law and the
operation of the Measures. Said analysis shall not exceed 500 words and
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shall be submitted to the Elections Official by January 2, 2019. Said
analysis shall be printed preceding the arguments for and against the
Measures.
(e) Pursuant to Section 9295 of the Elections Code, the
Elections Official shall make a copy of the arguments and analysis
referred to in this Section available for public examination in the
Election Official’s office for a period of ten (10) calendar days
immediately following the filing deadline for the submission of such
arguments and analysis. The Elections Official may charge a fee to any
person obtaining a copy of such materials, but such fee may not exceed
the actual cost incurred by the Elections Official in providing the
copy.
SECTION 8: Notice of Election. The Elections Official is
hereby requested to publish or post notice of the election, including
notice to file arguments and of the public examination period, as
required by law.
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SECTION 9: The City Clerk of the City of Vernon shall
certify to the passage, approval and adoption of this resolution, and
the City Clerk of the City of Vernon shall cause this resolution and
the City Clerk’s certification to be entered in the File of Resolutions
of the Council of this City.
APPROVED and ADOPTED this 18th day of December, 2018.

Name:

Title: Mayor / Mayor Pro-Tem

ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Brian Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )

I, Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk of the City of Vernon, do hereby
certify that the foregoing Resolution, being Resolution No. _______,
was duly passed, approved and adopted by the City Council of the City
of Vernon at a regular meeting of the City Council duly held on
Tuesday, December 18, 2018, and thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor
or Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Vernon:

AYES: Councilmembers:

NOES: Councilmembers:

ABSENT: Councilmembers:

ABSTAIN: Councilmembers:

And thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor or Mayor Pro-Tem of
the City of Vernon.
Executed this ____ day of December, 2018, at Vernon, California.

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

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EXHIBIT A 122
EXHIBIT A
BALLOT MEASURE AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF VERNON

The People of the City of Vernon do hereby amend the Charter of
the City of Vernon as follows:

1. Chapter 3.5 of Article III of the Charter of the City of
Vernon is amended in its entirety to read as follows:
At the Council meeting at which any Council
member is installed following a regular municipal
election, and at any time when there is a vacancy
in the office of Mayor, the position of Mayor shall
be filled by the Councilmember whose election
immediately followed the election of the prior
Mayor. For the first year after passage of the
Charter Amendment establishing this automatic
rotation appointment process, the position of Mayor
shall be filled by the Councilmember who has served
on the City Council for the longest period of time
within their respective current terms. In the event
any Councilmember scheduled to be Mayor is unable
or desires not to be Mayor, the position of Mayor
shall be filled by the Councilmember who was
elected to the City Council in the year immediately
following that person.
The Mayor shall be the presiding officer of
the City Council. The Mayor shall be a member of
the City Council for all purposes and shall have
all the rights, powers and duties of a member of
the City Council in addition to those powers and
duties conferred upon the Mayor by virtue of his or
her office.
The Mayor shall be the official head of the
City for all ceremonial purposes. The Mayor shall
perform such other duties consistent with the
office of mayor as may be prescribed by this Charter
or as may be provided by the City Council. The Mayor
shall serve in his or her capacity at the pleasure
of the City Council and may be removed by a majority
vote of the members of the City Council.

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2. The City Clerk is directed to certify to the passage of
this Charter Amendment and to file it in the Office of the
Secretary of State forthwith, and to take such other actions as
are necessary to give effect to its passage.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE VOTERS THIS ___ DAY OF _______, _____.

Yvette Woodruff-Perez, Mayor

ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

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EXHIBIT B 125
EXHIBIT B
BALLOT MEASURE AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF VERNON

The People of the City of Vernon do hereby amend the Charter of
the City of Vernon as follows:

1. Chapter 3.6 of Article III of the Charter of the City of
Vernon is amended in its entirety to read as follows:
At the time that a mayor is appointed, the
position of Mayor Pro Tempore shall be filled by
the Councilmember whose election immediately
followed that of the newly appointed Mayor. For the
first year after passage of the Charter Amendment
establishing this automatic rotation appointment
process, the position of Mayor Pro Tempore shall be
filled by the Councilmember who has served on the
City Council for the next-to-longest period of time
within their respective current terms. In the event
any Councilmember scheduled to be Mayor Pro Tempore
is unable or desires not to be Mayor Pro Tempore,
the position of Mayor Pro Tempore shall be filled
by the Councilmember who was elected to the City
Council in the year immediately following that
person. The Mayor Pro Tempore shall serve in such
capacity at the pleasure of the City Council and
may be removed by a majority vote of the members of
the Council. The Mayor Pro Tempore shall perform
the duties of the Mayor during the Mayor's absence
or disability.

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2. The City Clerk is directed to certify to the passage of
this Charter Amendment and to file it in the Office of the
Secretary of State forthwith, and to take such other actions as
are necessary to give effect to its passage.

PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE VOTERS THIS ___ DAY OF _______, _____.

Yvette Woodruff-Perez, Mayor

ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

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City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-427-2018
Submitted by: Lisette Grizzelle
Submitting Department: Human Resources
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
A Resolution Adopting an Amended and Restated Fringe Benefits and Salary Resolution in Accordance with
Government Code Section 20636(B)(1) and Repealing All Resolutions in Conflict Therewith

Recommendation:
A. Find that approval of the attached resolution in this staff report is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act
(CEQA) review because it is an administrative activity that will not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the
environment and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA Guidelines Section 15378; and

B. Adopt the attached resolution amending and restating the Citywide Fringe Benefits and Salary Resolution, to Amend
Exhibit A, Classification and Compensation Plan adopting the following:
1. New classification and associated salary range of Utilities Operations Trainee, Salary Grade 23 (Monthly Salary
$5718 - $6,950)

C. Approve the job description for:
1. Utilities Operations Trainee

Backgroud:
The Public Utilities Department has reviewed their staffing levels in the Electric Operations and Gas Divisions and has
identified a need for an entry level position. The new classification of Utilities Operations Trainee is proposed. This
classification will serve as the entry level position in the Electric Operations and Gas Divisions of the Public Utilities
Department. This position will be part of the City's succession planning efforts and will serve to train and prepare staff
to gain the training and experience required to compete for higher level positions within the Electric Operations and Gas
job series. Based on a survey of comparable agencies and classifications, and based on internal alignment with current
salaries, the salary is recommended to be set at salary range 23 (Monthly Salary $5,718 - $6,950).

Fiscal Impact:
The estimated total annual cost for this position is approximately $106,584 including salary and benefits ($68,616 base
salary and $37,968 in benefit costs). The Public Utilities Department has adequate funds in their current fiscal year
budget from savings from unfilled positions. Adding this position will not increase the total number of positions budgeted
as the Department will replace a vacant budgeted position with this position.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Fringe Benefits & Salary Resolution
 2. Job Description - Utilities Operations Trainee

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RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
VERNON ADOPTING AN AMENDED AND RESTATED CITYWIDE
FRINGE BENEFITS AND SALARY RESOLUTION IN ACCORDANCE
WITH GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 20636(b)(1) AND
REPEALING ALL RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT THEREWITH

WHEREAS, on November 20, 2018, the City Council of the City
of Vernon adopted Resolution No. 2018-46, adopting an amended and
restated Citywide Fringe Benefits and Salary Resolution; and
WHEREAS, by memorandum dated December 18, 2018, the City
Administrator, in conjunction with the Director of Human Resources, has
recommended the adoption of an amended and restated Citywide Fringe
Benefits and Salary Resolution and Classification and Compensation Plan
to amend Exhibit A to the Classification and Compensation Plan, to make
the following change effective December 18, 2018: (i) adopt the new job
classification and associated salary range of the Utilities Operations
Trainee; and
WHEREAS, to reflect the above-referenced changes, the City
Council desires to adopt an amended and restated Citywide Fringe
Benefits and Salary Resolution, a copy of which is attached hereto as
Exhibit A.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF VERNON AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
finds and determines that the above recitals are true and correct.
SECTION 2: The City Council of the City of Vernon finds
that this action is exempt from California Environmental Quality Act
(“CEQA”) review, because it is an administrative activity that will
not result in direct or indirect physical changes in the environment,
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and therefore does not constitute a “project” as defined by CEQA
Guidelines section 15378.
SECTION 3: Effective December 18, 2018, the City Council of
the City of Vernon hereby approves the amended and restated Citywide
Fringe Benefits and Salary Resolution, to adopt the new job
classification and associated salary range of the Utilities Operations
Trainee, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit A.
SECTION 4: All resolutions or parts of resolutions,
specifically Resolution No. 2018-46, not consistent with or in
conflict with this resolution are hereby repealed.
SECTION 5: The City Clerk of the City of Vernon shall
certify to the passage, approval and adoption of this resolution, and
the City Clerk of the City of Vernon shall cause this resolution and
the City Clerk’s certification to be entered in the File of
Resolutions of the Council of this City.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 18th day of December, 2018.

Name:

Title: Mayor / Mayor Pro-Tem
ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Zaynah Moussa,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )

I, Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk of the City of Vernon, do hereby
certify that the foregoing Resolution, being Resolution No. ,
was duly passed, approved and adopted by the City Council of the City
of Vernon at a regular meeting of the City Council duly held on
Tuesday, December 18, 2018, and thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor
or Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Vernon.
Executed this day of December, 2018, at Vernon, California.

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

(SEAL)

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City of Vernon

FRINGE BENEFITS

AND

SALARY RESOLUTION

Adopted December 18November
20, 2018

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FRINGE BENEFITS AND SALARY RESOLUTION

PART 1 – FRINGE BENEFITS

Introduction: ........................................................................................................ 4
Section 1: Holiday............................................................................................. 5
Section 2: Administrative Leave Time .............................................................. 6
Section 3: Overtime .......................................................................................... 8
Section 4: Compensatory Time ....................................................................... 10
Section 5: Court Time ...................................................................................... 11
Section 6: Vacation.......................................................................................... 12
Section 7: Sick Leave ...................................................................................... 14
Section 8: Family Sick Leave (Kin Care) ........................................................ 17
Section 9: Bereavement Leave ....................................................................... 18
Section 10: Jury Duty ....................................................................................... 20
Section 11: Automobile Allowance and Reimbursement for Expenses ............. 21
Section 12: Health Insurance ............................................................................ 23
Section 13: Dental Insurance ............................................................................ 24
Section 14: Vision Insurance ............................................................................. 25
Section 15: Life Insurance ................................................................................. 26
Section 16: Deferred Compensation Plan ......................................................... 27
Section 17: CalPERS Retirement Plan .............................................................. 28
Section 18: Retiree Medical Insurance .............................................................. 30
Section 19: Longevity Program ......................................................................... 32
Section 20: Bilingual Pay ................................................................................... 34
Section 21: Uniform Allowance .......................................................................... 35
Section 22: Stand-by Policy ............................................................................... 36
Section 23: Per Diem ………………………………………………………………...38

PART II – CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION

Section 1. Purpose .......................................................................................... 40
Section 2. The Compensation Plan ................................................................. 40
Section 3. The Classification Plan ................................................................... 40

EXHIBIT A – CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION PLAN ................................ 41
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PART 1

FRINGE BENEFITS

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INTRODUCTION

The Fringe Benefit and Salary Resolution shall apply to all employees and officers of the
City of Vernon. Exceptions, additions, and/or limitations to this basic policy may be found
in respective Memoranda of Understanding or employment contracts. The existence of
these policies shall not create or imply any employment contract or vested right of
employees.

For those employees covered in respective memoranda of understanding (MOU), the
provisions set forth in the applicable MOU shall prevail in the event that there is any
conflict between provisions established in this Resolution and any provisions established
in the respective MOU.

The provisions set forth in this Resolution or as amended from time to time shall be
effective upon City Council adoption, unless a specific effective date is stated therein.

PART 1 – FRINGE BENEFITS

Section 1. HOLIDAYS

A. Authorized holidays are as set forth in Table 1, attached hereto and incorporated
herein by reference. Municipal offices shall be closed on such holidays.

B. The dates for observation of holidays shall be approved by the City Council.

C. If an authorized holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be treated
as the holiday. Holidays falling on a Friday, or Saturday, shall not be granted as
an authorized holiday to employees.

D. An employee whose regular shift assignment falls on an authorized holiday and
who is required to work on that day shall be paid at his/her regular hourly rate of
pay for the holiday, plus his/her regular hourly rate including any applicable
overtime pay for the actual hours he/she was required to work on the authorized
holiday.

E. Temporary and part-time employees are not eligible for paid holidays.

G. All full-time employees may use vacation time or compensatory time for a religious
holiday (not listed herein as an authorized holiday) with the prior approval of the
department head. If there is insufficient accumulated time, the employee may
request the time as unpaid leave of absence.

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TABLE 1 - HOLIDAY

HOLIDAY
January 1 - New Year’s Day
st

3rd Monday in January - Martin Luther King Jr. Day
3rd Monday in February - Presidents Day
March 31st - Cesar Chavez Day
The Last Monday in May – Memorial Day
July 4th – Independence Day
The 1st Monday in September – Labor Day
The 2nd Monday in October – Columbus Day
November 11th – Veterans Day
The 4th Thursday in November - Thanksgiving Day
December 24th – Christmas Eve
December 25th – Christmas Day
December 31st – New Year’s Eve
And other days as such designated by City Council.

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Section 2. ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE

A. Executive and Management - Includes City Administrator, City Attorney, City
Clerk, City Treasurer and the heads of all Departments as listed in the City Code
or City Charter and their respective Deputies and Assistant Directors shall receive,
effective January 1 of each calendar year, 80 hours of Administrative leave.

B. The 80 hours may not be carried over into the succeeding calendar year and is
lost and not eligible for cash payout if not used by December 31 of each calendar
year.

C. Executive and Management staff hired, promoted, or reclassified on or after April
1 of each calendar year shall be eligible to receive pro-rated administrative leave
hours during the year of hire as identified below:

Hired, Promoted, or Reclassified on Administrative Leave
or Between
January 1 – March 31 80 hours
April 1 – June 30 60 hours
July 1 – Sept. 30 40 hours
Oct 1 – Dec. 31 20 hours

D. Mid-Management – Staff who are designated as exempt in accordance with the
Fair Labor Standards Act shall receive, effective January 1 of each calendar year,
60 hours of Administrative leave

E. The 60 hours may not be carried over into the succeeding calendar year and is
lost and not eligible for cash payout if not used by December 31 of each calendar
year.

F. Mid-Management FLSA exempt staff hired, promoted, or reclassified on or after
April 1 of each calendar year shall be eligible to receive pro-rated administrative
leave hours during the year of hire as identified below:

Hired, Promoted, or Reclassified on or Administrative Leave
Between
January 1 – March 31 60 hours
April 1 – June 30 45 hours
July 1 – Sept. 30 30 hours
Oct 1 – Dec. 31 15 hours

G. All Administrative leave requests should be approved by the department head or
City Administrator at least ten days in advance of the date to be taken, although

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the department head retains discretion to approve the use of Administrative Leave
in special circumstances.

H. The City Administrator or his/her designee may grant additional administrative
leave upon commencement of employment in order to attract highly qualified and
experienced executive and management level staff.

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Section 3. OVERTIME

A. It shall be the duty of all department heads to operate their respective departments
with a minimum amount of overtime. If the best interests of the City require that an
employee work beyond the forty (40) hours of work scheduled, such employee
shall be compensated as set forth hereinafter.

B. The department head may reschedule the workweek of employees in positions not
exempt from the FLSA to allow credit for productive hours actually worked on one
day (excluding lunch periods) towards the regular paid workweek schedule. For
example, if an employee works twelve (12) hours on one day (based on a ten (10)
hour day), the entire twelve hours will be recorded on the time card as paid worked
time. In this example, the department may schedule the employee to work only
eight (8) hours on one of the other scheduled workdays in the workweek, as long
as the employee’s hours for the workweek do not fall below the minimum paid work
hours schedule.

C. All overtime requests must have prior written authorization of the respective
department head or designee prior to the commencement of such overtime work.
Where prior written authorization is not feasible, explicit verbal authorization must
be obtained. Where verbal authorization is obtained, written authorization must be
obtained as soon thereafter as practicable.

D. Except as may be provided in specific memoranda of understanding, employees
will be paid overtime at time and a half (1.5) of their regular hourly rate for all
eligible hours worked in excess of forty (40) hours in a single workweek.

E. Holidays (regular, in-lieu), vacation time, sick leave, compensatory time, paid jury
duty leave, and bereavement leave shall count as time worked for the purposes of
computing overtime. Unpaid jury leave, disciplinary suspensions, and
administrative leave shall not count as time worked for the purpose of computing
overtime.

F. In the event a part-time or temporary employee is required to work beyond his/her
assigned working hours, compensation shall be at the normal hourly rate up to
forty (40) hours per workweek. For hours worked beyond forty (40) in a workweek,
such employee shall be compensated at the rate of one and one-half of (1.5) said
employee’s hourly rate.

G. If an employee works on his/her regular day off, the employee will receive paid
compensation or receive compensatory time, at the employee’s discretion. With a
mutual agreement between an employee and his/her supervisor, an employee’s
regular day off may be rescheduled to another day off in the same pay period.

I. An employee is expected to begin work no more than five (5) minutes prior to the
beginning of his or her scheduled start time, and to stop work no later than five (5)
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minutes after the end of his or her scheduled ending time. An employee who
wishes to begin or end work at a different time must obtain written approval from
his or her department head prior to working the different or additional time.

J. Straight time and overtime will be compensated in six (6) minute segments of time.

K. While overtime should be attempted to be distributed equally amongst all
employees in a given classification, the department head retains discretion to
assign such overtime.

L. The City Administrator, department heads and those management employees
designated by the City Administrator as exempt under the provisions of the Fair
Labor Standards Act (FLSA) shall not be subject to the provisions of this section
relating to overtime, but shall work such hours as may be necessary for the
effective operation of their respective departments.

M. Please refer to Human Resources Policy, Salary Plan Administration II-3

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Section 4. COMPENSATORY TIME

A. All regular full-time employees may request to accrue compensatory time in lieu of
cash payment for overtime worked. The total compensatory time accrued is
calculated by multiplying the number of hours of overtime worked by the applicable
overtime rate (1, 1.5 or 2), and is subject to the approval of the department head.

B. Compensatory time may be accumulated up to a maximum of eighty (80) hours. It
is at the employee’s option whether to receive overtime compensation or
compensatory time accruals up to the 80-hour limit.

C. Compensatory time shall be taken in 15-minute increments. Scheduling of
compensatory time requires prior approval and must be preceded by a ten (10)
day notice of intended use from the employee. Management may waive the ten
(10) day notice in cases of emergency.

D. Employees who have reached the 80-hour limit shall receive overtime
compensation. There are no cash payouts of compensatory time once an
employee has elected compensatory accrual.

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Section 5. COURT TIME

A. The required presence in a court of law of any employee subpoenaed to testify in
a matter arising within the course and scope of his/her City employment shall be
compensated in accordance with the below provisions.

B. For each day that the presence of the employee is required in a court of law in
response to an order or subpoena in relation to an incident or event arising out of
the course and scope of employment with the City, the employee shall be given a
paid leave of absence.

C. For each day an employee is required in a court of law in response to an order or
subpoena in relation to an incident or event arising out of the course and scope of
employment with the City that is outside of the employee’s regularly scheduled
work shift, the employee shall be given a paid leave of absence.

D. An employee who needs to appear in court on any other matter not arising out of
the course and scope of employment with the City shall be expected to use their
accrued paid leave to make such appearance, or unpaid leave if no leave is
available.

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Section 6. VACATION

A. Except as provided for in respective memoranda of understanding, every full time
employee who has been in the continuous employment of the City shall receive
annual vacation leave as set forth in below:

Mid-Management and Confidential Staff:
Continuous Years of Service Vacation Hours Earned Bi-Weekly
Accrual

1st year thru 4th year 80 3.08
5th year thru 9th year 100 3.85
10th year thru 14th year 120 4.62
15th year thru 24th year 160 6.16
25th year and more 190 7.31

Executive and Management Staff: Include the City Administrator, City
Attorney, City Clerk, City Treasurer and the heads of all Departments as listed
in the City Code or City Charter and their respective Deputies and Assistant
Directors.

Continuous Years of Service Vacation Hours Earned Bi-Weekly
Accrual

1st year thru 4th year 120 4.62
5th year thru 10th year 150 5.77
10th year thru 15th year 170 6.54
15th year thru 25th year 185 7.12
25th year and more 190 7.31

B. Mid-Management and Confidential staff shall be allowed to accumulate and carry
over to the next calendar year a maximum number of hours equal to the number
of hours the employee accrued during the immediately preceding year. In or about
January of each year, employees shall be compensated for unused accrued
vacation benefit in excess of the allowed accumulated amount referenced herein.

C. Executive and Management staff shall be allowed to accumulate up to a maximum
accrual cap of 480 hours. Upon reaching the 480-hour maximum accrual cap, the
employee shall stop accruing vacation leave benefit until such time he/she brings
the vacation accrual below the 480-hour maximum accrual.

D. Vacation leave shall be scheduled with the approval of the City Administrator or
department head or his or her designee by submitting a Leave Request Form in
writing, within ten (10) business days before the beginning of the vacation.
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Vacation leave requests for extended times (3 weeks or more), unless an
unforeseen emergency exists, shall be submitted at least thirty (30) days in
advance of the beginning of the vacation.

E. Vacations shall be approved subject to the needs of the department. The
employee’s seniority and wishes will be factors that are considered during the
scheduling process.

F. Vacation leave requests shall not be in excess of such leave actually earned at the
time it is requested or in excess of the regular scheduled workweek.

G. No vacation leave shall be accumulated by employees while they are on an unpaid
leave of absence.

H. Vacation may be taken prior to the completion of the employee’s probationary
period under special circumstances and with the approval of the department head.

I. In the event one or more City holidays fall within a vacation period, such holidays
shall not be charged as vacation leave.

J. Upon separation from City employment, compensation shall be paid for vacation
leave that has been earned but not taken.

K. Vacation leave shall be requested in fifteen (15) minute increments.

L. The department head retains discretion to cancel previously authorized vacation
in the case of an emergency.

M. The City Administrator or his /her designee may grant additional leave upon
commencement of employment in order to attract highly qualified and experienced
executive and management level staff.

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Section 7. SICK LEAVE

A. All full-time employees shall accrue up to 80 hours of sick leave per calendar year,
at a rate of 3.08 of sick leave hours per pay period.

B. In accordance with the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014,
beginning July 1, 2015, all part-time and temporary employees (excluding
CalPERS retired annuitants) working for 30 or more days within a year shall be
entitled to accrue paid sick days at the rate of one (1) hour per every 30 hours
worked and shall be eligible to use accrued sick leave after satisfying a 90-day
employment period

C. Employees shall only receive sick leave accrual while they are in a paid status.

D. The City shall allow annual carry-over of sick leave hours for full-time employees
up to a maximum accrual cap of 960 hours and 48 hours for eligible part-time/
temporary employees. This bank of carry-over sick leave would provide a cushion
for long-term illnesses and injuries.

E. Any sick leave hours exceeding 960 hours (full-time) or 48 Hours (part-time will be
compensated for at the end of the calendar year at 50% of the employee’s hourly
rate.

F. Temporary employees are not eligible for cash-out of accrued sick leave hours.

G. All employees who are rehired with a break in service of less than one year are
entitled to have previously unpaid accrued and unused paid sick days reinstated.

H. Sick leave shall be allowed on account of actual illness, for the diagnosis, care, or
treatment of an existing health condition or preventative care for an employee or
an employee’s family member (including to care for a parent-in-law, grandparent,
grandchild, or a sibling, in addition to child, parent, spouse or registered domestic
partner). Sick leave shall also be allowed for an employee for certain purposes
related to being a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
Preventive health care shall include medical and dental appointments (if such
appointments cannot be arranged other than during working hours) and injury not
arising out of and in the course of employment. Sick leave shall be used in
increments of fifteen (15) minutes and shall not be taken in excess of time earned
at the time it is taken.

I. Foreseeable sick leave requires advance notification, while unforeseeable sick
leave requires notice as soon as practicable. If sick leave on account of any of the
above illnesses exceeds two (2) consecutive working days, the employee, prior to
return to work, shall submit a statement of such disability illness or injury from the
employee or family member’s physician. The statement shall certify the physical
condition of the employee/employee’s family member that prevented the employee
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from performing the duties of said employee’s position during the period of
absence. The department head or designee, in accordance with departmental
procedure, shall approve all sick leaves. Notwithstanding the above, the City may
require verification of sick leave use whenever it has reason to believe there is
misuse, abuse or a pattern of abuse.

J. Abuse of sick leave, and excessive leave, may constitute grounds for disciplinary
action. Abuse of sick leave includes, but is not limited to, not adhering to sick leave
policies, using sick leave for purposes not enumerated in this policy, and falsifying
or misstating facts when using sick leave. A pattern of sick leave usage on
Mondays, Thursdays, and immediately before and after holidays and/or vacations
may be evidence of sick leave abuse. A violation of this policy will result in
corrective action including counseling and/or disciplinary action, and/or a
mandatory referral to the City’s Employee Assistance Program. This determination
of abuse does not apply to an employee’s use of sick leave under an approved
family, medical, and/or pregnancy disability leave in accordance with state and
federal laws.

K. If in the opinion of the department head it appears that an employee may be
establishing a pattern of abuse of sick leave or frequent or excessive absences, a
statement establishing the need for sick leave from the employee’s physician may
be required as a condition of approved sick leave.

L. Employees may use accrued compensatory or vacation leave for extended sick
leave absence because of a prolonged and continuing illness and/or medical
treatment after sick leave has been exhausted.

M. Employees are required to use accumulated sick leave concurrently with absences
on account of a work related injury arising out of and in the course of his/her
employment. In cases where the injury suffered is covered by Workers
Compensation Insurance, accumulated sick leave must be used concurrently to
make up the difference between Workers Compensation Insurance allowance and
full base pay. Please refer to Personnel Policy, Family and Medical leave Policy.

N. If an employee resigns from the City with 20 years or more of continuous service,
he/she will be compensated for all unused sick leave hours in his/her sick leave
bank at the time of separation at 50% of his/her then current regular hourly rate of
pay.

O. If an employee retires from the City with 15 or more years of continuous service,
but fewer than 20 years, he/she will be compensated for all unused sick leave
hours in his/her sick leave bank at the time of separation at 50% of his/her then
current regular hourly rate of pay. If an employee retires from the City with 20 or
more years of continuous service, he/she will be compensated for all unused sick
leave hours in his/her sick leave bank at the time of separation at 100% of his/her
then current regular hourly rate of pay.
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P. If a temporary employee resigns or the temporary assignment has ended, he/she
shall not be eligible for compensation of unused sick leave hours in his/her sick
leave bank at the time of separation.

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Section 8. FAMILY SICK LEAVE (KIN CARE)

In any calendar year, employees may use the employee’s accrued and available sick
leave entitlement, in an amount not more than the sick leave that would be accrued during
six months at the employee’s then current rate of entitlement, for qualifying family illness
as follows: Sick leave for family illnesses will be allowed only for the sickness of the
spouse of, or the children of, or mother or father of, the employee living within the same
household. In the case of joint custody of a child, illness of the child occurring at the other
custodial parent’s house may also qualify. The department head shall approve all family
sick leaves and a statement establishing the need for sick leave from a physician may be
required as a condition of payment while on such leave.

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Section 9: BEREAVEMENT LEAVE

A. Permanent full-time employees, regardless of period of service, may in the event
of death or if death appears imminent, of any “immediate family member” as
defined below, including the equivalent relatives of a registered domestic partner,
be allowed up to the equivalent of four (4) work days (total hours may vary
depending on work schedule) of bereavement leave without loss of salary.

All Regular
Relative
Employees
Spouse 4 work days
Child 4 work days
Registered 4 work days
Domestic Partner
Step-Child 4 work days
Parent 4 work days
Step-Parent 4 work days
Mother-in-law 4 work days
Father-in-law 4 work days
Grandchild 4 work days
Step-Grandchild 4 work days
Grandparent 4 work days
Grandparent-in-law 4 work days
Brother 4 work days
Sister 4 work days
Step-Sister 4 work days
Step-Brother 4 work days
Daughter-in-law 4 work days
Son-in-law 4 work days
Brother-in-law* 4 work days
Sister-in-law* 4 work days

*Brother-in-law and sister-in-law are defined as the spouse of the employee’s sibling or
the sibling of the employee’s spouse.

B. Bereavement leave is paid over a maximum of seven (7) workdays and is paid in
thirty-minute increments. The bereavement leave begins on the first regularly
scheduled workday as requested by the employee. If the employee learns of the
death while at work, he or she is entitled to leave work immediately; this partial day
leave will not be counted towards the bereavement leave.

C. Bereavement leave must be authorized by the Department head and must be
utilized within fifteen (15) days of employee learning of the death, or of the date of
foreseen imminent death of the immediate family member, unless special
circumstances require that the leave begin at a later date. Such requests to the
Department head shall be made within 15 days of the employee learning of the
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death or of the date of foreseen imminent death and shall not be unreasonably
denied.

D. Representatives may be authorized by the Department head to attend with pay the
funeral of a co-worker in said department on behalf of the City if the funeral of the
deceased co-worker occurs during working hours; provided the funeral is held
within a reasonable distance of City limits.

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Section 10: JURY DUTY

A. All regular full-time employees summoned to serve on jury duty shall be provided
“Jury Duty Pay” and there shall be no loss of compensation. An employee will be
compensated up to two weeks at full pay for jury duty. The employee must provide
notice of the expected jury duty to his or her supervisor as soon as possible, but in
no case later than 14 calendar days before the expected start date of the jury duty.

B. An employee on call for jury duty is expected to report to work. An employee who
is called in for jury duty does not have to report to work before or after appearing
in court. All employees shall obtain verification of the hours of jury duty performed
using verification forms as may be supplied by the court.

C. Except as herein provided, employees shall remit to the City any compensation
received for those days while on jury duty and shall receive regular pay for the time
served. Employees shall be reimbursed by the City for the mileage portion of the
jury duty compensation. Jury duty performed on an employee’s regular day off
shall not be compensated by the City and the employee shall be entitled only to
the jury’s compensation for duty performed on such employee’s regular day off.
Employees assigned to jury duty on a City authorized holiday will be considered to
have taken such a holiday and will receive regular holiday pay, but the employee
shall be entitled to the jury compensation for duty performed on such holiday.

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Section 11: AUTOMOBILE ALLOWANCE AND REIMBURSEMENT FOR
EXPENSES

A. Any employee who is required to use said employee’s personal automobile
in the course of employment with the City shall be reimbursed for each mile
actually traveled on official business in accordance with the per mile
reimbursement rate allowed by the Internal Revenue Service in effect at the time
of such travel.

B. Any employee who is required to travel in the performance of his or her duties or
to attend an authorized meeting or conference which is of benefit to the City shall
be reimbursed for reasonable expenses incurred for transportation, meals,
lodging and incidentals. Automobile allowance and reimbursement for expenses
shall be recommended by the department head or designee and approved by the
City Administrator pursuant to the provisions of the City of Vernon Travel and
Meeting Expense Reimbursement Administrative Policy. No allowance shall be
made for transportation between the employee’s home and the place where such
person is normally employed by the City.

C. Certain employees serving in specified classifications shall receive a monthly
automobile allowance a s set forth b e l o w and incorporated herein by
reference; alternatively, specified employees may opt to receive use of a City-
owned vehicle and fuel.

Classification Amount
City Administrator $600.00 or City Vehicle & Fuel
City Attorney $400.00
Economic Development $400.00
Manager
Finance Director $400.00
Fire Chief City Vehicle & Fuel
Assistant Fire Chief City Vehicle & Fuel
Fire Marshal City Vehicle & Fuel
Administrative Fire Battalion City Vehicle & Fuel
Chief
Administrative Fire Captain City Vehicle & Fuel
Fire Training Captain City Vehicle & Fuel
General Manager of Public $400.00
Utilities
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Assistant General Manager of City Vehicle & Fuel
Public Utilities
Industrial Development Director $400.00
Utilities Operations Manager City Vehicle & Fuel
Utilities Engineering Manager City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Chief City Vehicle & Fuel
Health Director $400.00
Police Admin. Lieutenant City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Canine Officer #1 City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Canine Officer #2 City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Captain City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Lieutenant City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Motor Officer #1 City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Motor Officer #2 City Vehicle & Fuel
Police Sergeant on Detective City Vehicle & Fuel
Duty
Public Information Officer $400.00
Public Works Director $400.00

D. Wherever an automobile allowance is made to any employee for the use of their
personal automobile, such allowance shall not be payable whenever the employee
is on vacation, leave of absence, or otherwise absent the entire calendar month,
unless otherwise specified by the City Administrator.

E. The City shall not be responsible for repairs or any additional costs for upkeep,
fuel, lubrication, replacement in whole or in part, or other expenses in connection
with any such vehicle beyond the respective amounts set forth above.

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Section 12: HEALTH INSURANCE

A. The City offers various medical plans to employees under a Section 125 Cafeteria
plan (non-cash out). The City reserves the right to select, administer, or fund any
fringe benefit program involving insurance that now exist or may exist in the future.
The City will adhere to the cafeteria plan requirements in accordance with IRS
Section 125 regulations.

B. The City shall contribute for each full-time employee up to the maximum
amounts as set forth below per pay period, toward the cost of his/her medical
plan as outlined in Subsection A through C below. In the event an employee does
not exhaust nor exceed his/her monthly medical allowance, the employee shall
be allowed to apply any unused portion towards the purchase of dental, vision,
supplemental or ancillary plans offered through the City and approved by the
Director of Human Resources.

a. Effective July 1, 2016, employees shall receive a cafeteria plan
contribution equal to the total premium costs of the Employee Only,
Employee + Spouse, Employee + Child(ren), or Employee + Family Low
Medical HMO, lowest cost Dental DMO, and lowest cost vision Plan that
corresponds with the employees’ benefit selection or $1,120, whichever
is greater. The allotment amounts will vary based on the premium costs
that go into effect on January 1st of each calendar year.

b. Employees that elect a health plan higher than the Low HMO medical,
dental and/or vision, will be responsible for any applicable, excess
premium costs; however, if employees opt out of dental and/or vision
coverage, they may use the allotments for those respective coverages
toward excess medical premiums.

c. Employees who elect the PPO/HSA coverage shall receive an equal
benefit to that described above, less $3,000 on an annual basis, which
would instead be deposited to their HSA account.

C. City Council members are entitled to the same medical benefits offered to the
management and confidential employees. The City shall not pay or reimburse any
medical-related health, vision, or dental costs not covered by the City’s insurance
program or Medicare for City Council members or their eligible dependents or
spouses.

D. The City shall not provide or reimburse the City Council members or their
dependents or spouses for expenses incurred relating to a PERS long-term health
care benefit.

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Section 13. DENTAL INSURANCE

The City of Vernon provides a dental insurance plan to full-time employees. In the event
an employee does not exceed his/her monthly employer medical allowance, the
employee shall be allowed to apply any unused portion toward the purchase of dental
insurance for himself/herself and eligible dependents (spouse, registered domestic
partners and qualified dependents). The cost of any plan selected by the employee that
exceeds his/her monthly employer medical allowance shall be paid by the employee
through a pre-tax payroll deduction.

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Section 14. VISION INSURANCE

The City of Vernon provides a vision care plan to full-time employees. The City shall pay
100% of the cost of such a plan for employees only. Employees shall have the option of
purchasing vision care for their dependents at a cost of $6.95 for one dependent or $13.95
for two or more dependents. In the event an employee does not exceed his/her monthly
employer medical allowance, the employee shall be allowed to apply any unused portion
towards the purchase of additional provided coverage for vision care. For all itemized
benefit amounts specified in the City of Vernon Vision Plan (CVVP) that fall below $150
shall be raised to $150.

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Section 15. LIFE INSURANCE

The City provides a $20,000 life insurance plan to full-time employees. The City shall pay
100% of the cost of such plan for employees. The City’s agreement to pay full or partial
costs of said premiums shall not create or ripen into a vested right for said employee. In
the event an employee does not exceed his/her monthly employer medical allowance,
the employee shall be allowed to apply any unused portion towards the purchase of
additional provided coverage for supplemental life insurance.

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Section 16. DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN

Employees are eligible to participate in the City’s Deferred Compensation Program.

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Section 17. CALIFORNIA PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM (CALPERS)
CONTRIBUTION

The City advises that it makes no representation to employees as to whether any of the
compensation or payments in this document are subject to CalPERS service credit or
pensionable income. Any determination by CalPERS to not fully credit the
compensation and/or service time provided under this document is not a proper basis
on which to pursue any claim or action against the City related to any determination
made by CalPERS in connection with this document.

MISCELLANEOUS EMPLOYEES

A. The City shall maintain its contract with the California Employees Public Retirement
System (PERS) that provides full-time employees hired before January 1, 2013 with
2.7% at 55 PERS retirement benefit plan.
As a result of the recent passage of AB 340, Public Employee Pension Reform Act
(PEPRA), new CalPERS members hired on or after January 1, 2013 who meet the
definition of new member under PEPRA, shall be provided a 2.0% at 62 PERS
retirement benefit plan.
B. Employees shall be responsible for paying 100% of their PERS employee’s
contributions.
C. The City provides additional supplemental retirement benefits to full-time employees
under CalPERS as follows:

a. Gov’t Code Section: 20042 – (Classic Members Only) One
Year Final Compensation

New employees hired on or after January 1, 2013 who meet the
definition of new member under PEPRA shall receive 3 Year
Average Final Compensation
b. Gov’t Code Section: 21024 - Military Service Credit as Public
Service

c. Gov’t Code Section: 21624, 21626, 21628 – Post Retirement
Survivor Allowance

d. Gov’t Code Section: 21548 – Pre-Retirement Option 2W
Death Benefit

d. Gov’t Code Section: 21573 – Third Level of 1959 Survivor
Benefits

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D. The payment to CalPERS made by the City on behalf of the affected employee
shall not be considered as base salary but shall be considered an employer
contribution pursuant to Section 414(h)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code.

SAFETY EMPLOYEES

A. The City shall maintain its contract with the California Employees Public Retirement
System (PERS) that provides full-time safety employees hired before January 1, 2013
with 3.0% at 50 PERS retirement benefit plan.
As a result of the recent passage of AB 340, Public Employee Pension Reform Act
(PEPRA), new CalPERS safety members hired on or after January 1, 2013 who meet
the definition of new member under PEPRA, shall be provided a 2.7% at 57 PERS
retirement benefit plan.
B. Employees shall be responsible for paying their PERS nine percent (9%) employee’s
contributions.
C. The City provides additional supplemental retirement benefits to full-time employees
under CalPERS as follows:

a. Gov’t Code Section: 20042 – (Classic Members Only) One
Year Final Compensation

New employees hired on or after January 1, 2013 who meet the
definition of new member under PEPRA shall receive 3 Year
Average Final Compensation
b. Gov’t Code Section: 20124 - Military Service Credit as Public
Service

c. Gov’t Code 21574 – 4th Level 1959 Survivor Benefit (Fire
members only)
d. Gov’t Code Section: 21571 – Basic Level of 1959 Survivor
Benefit (Police members only)

e. Gov’t Code Section: 21624, 21626, 21628 – Post Retirement
Survivor Allowance

f. Gov’t Code Section: 21548 - Pre-Retirement Option 2W
Death Benefit (Fire members only)

g. Gov’t Code Section 20965 – Credit for Unused Sick Leave

D. The payment to CalPERS made by the City on behalf of the affected employee
shall not be considered as base salary but shall be considered an employer
contribution pursuant to Section 414(h)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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Section 18. RETIREE MEDICAL - NON-SAFETY EMPLOYEES

A. The City will pay up to the amount equivalent to the then current, lowest cost,
employee only HMO insurance premium for the City's m edical and/or dental
insurance premium(s) for all full-time employees designated as Executive,
Management, Mid-Management and Confidential who retire at age 60 or later with at
least twenty (20) years of continuous uninterrupted service. Eligible retirees may opt
not to enroll in the City’s medical and/or dental insurance coverage and instead
receive a monthly reimbursement up to the then-current lowest cost City-offered
Employee-only medical HMO and/or dental HMO insurance premium. Once an
eligible retiree opts not to enroll in the City’s medical and/or dental insurance, he or
she will not be allowed to re-enroll. Once an eligible retiree who has opted out
reaches Medi-care eligibility, the retiree shall receive a monthly reimbursement to
the then-current cost of supplemental coverage.

B. Eligible retirees will be permitted to enroll in a higher-cost plan and pay the amount
in excess of the HMO equivalent.

C. All full-time regular employees with at least thirty (30) years of continuous
uninterrupted service who retire before the age of sixty (60) years will be permitted
to pay their medical and/or dental insurance premiums, and, upon reaching the
age of sixty (60), the City will pay up to the amount equivalent to the then current
lowest cost, employee only HMO medical and/or dental insurance premium(s).

D. All f u l l - t i m e r e g u l a r employees, w h o r e t i r e with a minimum of ten (10)
years of continuous uninterrupted service with the City, may pay the premium(s)
for medical and/or dental insurance.

E. All retiree medical and/or dental insurance benefits provided pursuant to subsections
A, B, and C above, shall be for retired employees only and shall not include their
spouses or other dependents.

F. All retired employees who receive medical and/or dental insurance benefits
pursuant to subsections A, B, or C above and who reach the age of sixty-five (65),
are required to be enrolled in Medicare, and shall show proof of such enrollment,
where upon the City's insurance policy will become supplemental coverage, if
applicable.

G. Should the retired employee fail to pay any premiums due for the cost of the
insurance premium for the City’s medical-dental insurance program for any two (2)
consecutive months, or should the coverage otherwise lapse for any reason other
than City’s non-payment, then the City’s obligation to make further payment under
the retiree medical benefits program shall automatically terminate and cease,
without the need for further notice.
H. The City’s obligation to make any payment under the retiree medical benefits program
shall automatically terminate and cease upon the death of the retired employee.
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I. The offer of the retiree medical benefits is not a vested right for future years.

J. City Council members are entitled to the same retiree medical benefits offered to all
full-time regular employees as identified under the citywide resolution for retiree
medical benefits in effect at the time Council members retire.

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Section 19. LONGEVITY PROGRAM

A. LONGEVITY PROGRAM FOR EMPLOYEES EMPLOYED ON OR BEFORE
JUNE 30, 1994.

The City has established a longevity program for all employees. The
longevity program described herein will apply to all employees, except Department Heads
and employees covered in a collective bargaining agreement, employed on or before
June 30, 1994.
a. Five (5) Years of Service.
All eligible employees who have five (5) years of consecutive uninterrupted
service on or before July 1, 1986, shall receive an additional five percent (5%) per month
of their base salary effective July 1, 1986, and every year thereafter until reaching the
next step. Employees upon reaching their 5th anniversary date after July 1, 1986, shall
be entitled to said five percent (5%) per month upon said anniversary date.
b. Ten (10) Years of Service.
All eligible employees who have ten (10) years of consecutive uninterrupted
service on or before July 1, 1987, shall receive an additional ten percent (10%) per month
of their base salary effective July 1, 1987, and every year thereafter until reaching the
next step. Employees upon reaching their 10th anniversary date after July 1, 1987, shall
be entitled to said ten percent (10%) per month upon said anniversary date.

c. Fifteen (15) Years of Service.
All eligible employees who have fifteen (15) years of consecutive
uninterrupted service on or before July 1, 1988, shall receive an additional fifteen percent
(15%) per month of their base salary effective July 1, 1988, and every year thereafter until
reaching the next step. Employees upon reaching their 15th anniversary date after July
1, 1988, shall be entitled to said fifteen percent (15%) per month upon said anniversary
date.
d. Twenty (20) Years of Service.
All eligible employees who have twenty (20) years of consecutive
uninterrupted service on or before July 1, 1989, shall receive an additional twenty percent
(20%) per month of their base salary effective July 1, 1989, and every year thereafter.
Employees upon reaching their 20th anniversary date after July 1, 1989, shall be entitled
to said twenty percent (20%) per month upon said anniversary date.

e. Thirty (30) Years of Service – Fire - Sworn
All eligible fire employees who have been appointed to a position ranking
above Captain and who have thirty (30) years of consecutive uninterrupted service on or
before July 1, 1991, shall receive an additional twenty-five percent (25%) of their base
salary per month effective July 1, 1991, and every year thereafter. Employees in said
position upon reaching their 30th anniversary date after July 1, 1991, shall be entitled to
said twenty-five percent (25%) per month upon said anniversary date.

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f. Compensation Not Cumulative.
Payment of the aforesaid longevity compensation shall not be cumulative
and only the highest applicable longevity pay shall be paid.

B. LONGEVITY PROGRAM FOR EMPLOYEES ON OR AFTER JULY 1,
1994 AND ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2013.
The longevity program described in Section B herein will apply to all
employees, except Department Heads and employees covered in a collective
bargaining agreement, employed on or after July 1, 1994.

a. Five (5) Years of Service.

All eligible employees who are employed on or after July 1, 1994 and on
or before December 31, 2013, who attain five (5) years of consecutive uninterrupted
service shall receive an additional five percent (5%) per month of their base salary.
Such employees upon reaching their 5th anniversary date shall be entitled to receive
said five percent (5%) per month upon said anniversary date.Further, such employees
will not be entitled to receive any additional percentage increase to their base salary
for further service. This subsection shall only apply to employees hired on or after July
1, 1994 and on or before December 31, 2013.

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Section 20. BILINGUAL PAY

A program is hereby established for all employees whose regular and essential job duties
as described in their job description provide for interaction with the public on a regular
basis, allowing said employee to be compensated for bilingual skills after the employee
demonstrates proficiency in speaking Spanish (the ability to read and write in Spanish
may also be tested, if necessary), which proficiency would be determined by successful
completion of a proficiency test administered by the Human Resources Department.
Those employees who successfully demonstrate this skill would be eligible to receive an
additional One Hundred Twenty-Five Dollars ($125.00) per month for bilingual pay.

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Section 21. UNIFORM ALLOWANCE

A. If an employee’s job classification requires him/her to wear a uniform while on
duty, as designated by the City or employee’s Department, the City will provide
and launder such uniform.

B. For the Administrative Secretary and Police Records Manager that works in the
Police Department, the City will provide the initial set of uniforms to the employees.
The newly hired employee will receive: two (2) class A uniforms; two (2) class B
uniforms; two (2) polo shirts and one (1) jacket or sweater. On all subsequent
anniversary dates the City will provide an annual uniform purchase and
maintenance allowance of $600.00. The employee’s uniforms shall meet the
applicable regulations for his/her job classification pursuant to City/Departmental
policies.

C. The monetary value of uniforms shall be reported to CalPERS in accordance with
CCR 571(a) and as defined by GC 7522.04(f)

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Section 22. STAND-BY POLICY

The purpose of the Stand-by Policy is to have employees on stand-by to respond to major
incidents and emergencies during non-working hours which require immediate attention
to availability of qualified individuals with expertise in operating, maintaining, restoring
and repairing the City’s technology systems.

A. It is presently anticipated that the need for stand-by is for one (1) Information
Technology staff, with the understanding that actual stand-by staffing, if any,
remains at the discretion of the department head.

B. The Stand-by Policy does not apply to FLSA exempt managers and Executive
staff.

C. Stand-by duty requires that an employee be accessible, available, and physically
able to report to work. The employee must possess a City issued mobile phone
device that remains available for immediate contact. The employee must be ready,
willing, and able to respond to an emergency or incident or request for assistance
based on a pre-arranged schedule. Employees on stand-by must respond to the
mobile phone call immediately and be able to respond to the City within one (1)
hour of being called upon. The department head or designee will determine if an
employee is qualified to perform stand-by duties. The stand by duty period shall
be defined by the Department Head.

D. Employees on “stand–by” shall receive two (2) hours of regular straight time
compensation for each date that the employee is assigned to be on stand-by.
Stand-by time is not counted as hours worked for purposes of overtime calculation
as employees are not restricted in their activities and may engage in non-work
related personal activities. On City-recognized Holidays where City Hall is closed,
employees on stand-by will be compensated four (4) hours of straight time
compensation.

E. An employee assigned to stand-by who is not available to report will be subject to
appropriate disciplinary action, unless the employee provides sufficient notice to
their immediate supervisor of their incapacity to respond prior to the call back so
that appropriate arrangements can be made for stand-by coverage.

F. When an employee on “stand-by” is called back to the City, he/she shall be entitled
to “stand-by” pay. Call back duty does not occur when an employee is held over
from his/her prior shift, or is working planned overtime. An employee called back
to duty shall be paid a minimum of four (4) hours of pay at the applicable overtime
rate. Time begins when the call back request is received and ends when the
employee returns home. If work is performed remotely, the employee shall receive
hour for hour compensation at the applicable overtime rate.

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G. The employee will at times remain able to immediately respond to any
emergencies.

H. Each employee on stand-by duty is accountable to all of the rules and regulations
of the City.
I.
In the event of a call back, the employee will wear his/her City uniform, if
applicable.

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Section 23. PER DIEM:

Per Diem is intended as a reimbursement to temporary/interim employees recruited
from outside the Los Angeles County area when working in a temporary or interim
assignment due to a critical staffing shortage to cover expenses relating to
lodging/housing, travel, meals, and incidentals. The rate is set at $125.00 for each day
the employee physically reports to work at the City of Vernon. The eligibility to receive
this per diem must be pre-approved and is at the discretion of the City Administrator.

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PART II

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION PLAN

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Section 1. PURPOSE

Exhibit A to this resolution is enacted pursuant to the City of Vernon City Charter to
provide for the classification and compensation of City officers and employees, and to
conform to the principle of equal pay for equal work.

Officers and employees of the City of Vernon shall receive compensation and costs in
accordance with the amounts set forth in the attached compensation plan.

Section 2. THE COMPENSATION PLAN

The basic compensation plan for the various employee units, groups and non-classified
employees, as of the date of adoption of this plan is hereby established as set forth in
Exhibit A, Citywide Classification and Compensation Plan, which is attached hereto
and incorporated herein by reference.

The City Administrator shall have authority to create and maintain salary steps to
implement the provisions of this Section. Salaries granted pursuant to this provision
shall be reported to PERS as compensation earned. Please refer to Human Resources
Policy II-3, Salary Plan for specific policy and procedures.

Section 3. THE CLASSIFICATION PLAN

The classification plan includes the allocation of class titles to salary ranges for City
officers and employees. The Classification Plan further includes the allocation of class
titles to salary ranges for those employees that are designated as exempt from the
classified service. These exempt classes are for elective officers; persons appointed by
the City Council, including the City Administrator, and City Attorney; persons appointed
by the City Administrator, including department head or designees; and persons
appointed by the City Attorney pursuant to City of Vernon Municipal Code that serve in
an "at will" capacity subject to the terms and conditions of an employment contract and
are so designated in the plan as "non-classified." The classification plan as of the date
of adoption of this plan is hereby established as set forth in Exhibit “A” which is attached
hereto and incorporated herein by reference. The Human Resources Director, with
approval by the City A d m i n i s t r a t o r or his/her designee, is responsible for
maintenance of the Classification Plan, including the allocation of new or changed
positions to the appropriate class, the recommendation of proper salary ranges within
the provision of pay administration, maintenance of up-to-date class specifications, and
the preparation of reports and recommendations on revisions to the Classification Plan.
Please refer to Human Resources Policy II-1, Classification Plan Administration for
specific policy and procedures.

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EXHIBIT A

CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION PLAN

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

CITY COUNCIL
1025 Council Member E O 01 $ 27,329 $ 2,277 N/A $ 1,051.13

1030 Mayor E O 01 $ 27,329 $ 2,277 N/A $ 1,051.13

CITY ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT
1010 City Administrator E E 50
Step 1 $ 256,181 $ 21,348 $ 123.1641 $ 9,853.13
Step 2 $ 268,990 $ 22,416 $ 129.3223 $ 10,345.79
Step 3 $ 282,440 $ 23,537 $ 135.7884 $ 10,863.07
Step 4 $ 296,562 $ 24,713 $ 142.5778 $ 11,406.23
Step 5 $ 311,390 $ 25,949 $ 149.7067 $ 11,976.54

1015 Deputy City Administrator E M 40
Step 1 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 2 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 3 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 4 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 5 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56

1020 Economic Development Manager E M 34
Step 1 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 2 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 3 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 4 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 5 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59

1035 Public Information Officer E M 31
Step 1 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 2 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 3 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 4 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 5 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52

Information Technology Division
1625 Information Technology Analyst NE C 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

1620 Information Technology Analyst, Senior NE C 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

1610 Information Technology Manager E M 37
Step 1 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 2 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 3 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 4 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 5 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42 174

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

1630 Information Technology Technician NE C 22
Step 1 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 2 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 3 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 4 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 5 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14

1615 Programmer/Analyst E C 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
1110 City Attorney E E 49
Step 1 $ 243,982 $ 20,332 $ 117.2992 $ 9,383.94
Step 2 $ 256,181 $ 21,348 $ 123.1641 $ 9,853.13
Step 3 $ 268,990 $ 22,416 $ 129.3223 $ 10,345.79
Step 4 $ 282,440 $ 23,537 $ 135.7884 $ 10,863.07
Step 5 $ 296,562 $ 24,713 $ 142.5778 $ 11,406.23

1115 Deputy City Attorney E M 38
Step 1 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 2 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 3 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 4 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 5 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99

1507 Executive Legal Secretary NE C 23
Step 1 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 2 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 3 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 4 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 5 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90

1495 Legal Administrative Analyst NE C 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

1113 Senior Deputy City Attorney E M 39
Step 1 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 2 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 3 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 4 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 5 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44

CITY CLERK DEPARTMENT
1310 City Clerk E E 41
Step 1 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 2 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 3 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 4 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56 175
Step 5 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

1315 Deputy City Clerk NE C 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

1320 Records Management Assistant NE C 20
Step 1 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 2 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 3 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 4 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 5 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10

ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLERICAL GROUP
1530 Administrative Assistant NE G 13
Step 1 $ 42,125 $ 3,510 $ 20.2525 $ 1,620.20
Step 2 $ 44,232 $ 3,686 $ 21.2652 $ 1,701.21
Step 3 $ 46,443 $ 3,870 $ 22.3284 $ 1,786.27
Step 4 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59
Step 5 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37

1530 Administrative Assistant, (Confidential) NE C 13
Step 1 $ 42,125 $ 3,510 $ 20.2525 $ 1,620.20
Step 2 $ 44,232 $ 3,686 $ 21.2652 $ 1,701.21
Step 3 $ 46,443 $ 3,870 $ 22.3284 $ 1,786.27
Step 4 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59
Step 5 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37

1520 Administrative Assistant, Senior NE G 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

1520 Administrative Assistant, Senior (Confidential) NE C 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

1510 Administrative Secretary NE C 20
Step 1 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 2 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 3 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 4 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 5 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Grandfathered - G3 $ 73,704 $ 6,142 $ 35.4346 $ 2,834.77

1500 Executive Assistant to the City Administrator NE C 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70 176
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

1490 Administrative Analyst NE C 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

FINANCE DEPARTMENT
1250 Account Clerk NE G 14
Step 1 $ 44,232 $ 3,686 $ 21.2652 $ 1,701.21
Step 2 $ 46,443 $ 3,870 $ 22.3284 $ 1,786.27
Step 3 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59
Step 4 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 5 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84

1247 Account Clerk, Senior NE G 18
Step 1 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 2 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 3 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 4 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 5 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47

1240 Accountant NE C 22
Step 1 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 2 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 3 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 4 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 5 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14

1230 Accountant, Senior NE C 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

1234 Assistant Buyer NE G 20
Step 1 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 2 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 3 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 4 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 5 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10

1220 Assistant Finance Director E M 39
Step 1 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 2 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 3 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 4 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 5 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44

1249 Business License Clerk NE G 16
Step 1 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59
Step 2 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 3 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 4 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 5 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79 177

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

1237 Buyer NE G 23
Step 1 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 2 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 3 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 4 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 5 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90

1225 Deputy City Treasurer E M 35
Step 1 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 2 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 3 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 4 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 5 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92

1210 Director of Finance/City Treasurer E E 44
Step 1 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 2 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 3 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20
Step 4 $ 221,299 $ 18,442 $ 106.3938 $ 8,511.51
Step 5 $ 232,364 $ 19,364 $ 111.7135 $ 8,937.08

1245 Payroll Specialist NE C 19
Step 1 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 2 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 3 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 4 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 5 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15

1248 Public Housing Property Coordinator NE C 16
Step 1 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59
Step 2 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 3 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 4 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 5 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79

1255 Risk Management Assistant NE G 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

FIRE DEPARTMENT
5015 Assistant Fire Chief E FM 42
Step 1 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 2 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 3 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 4 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 5 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20

5033 Assistant Fire Marshal NE FM 29
Step 1 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 2 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 3 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 4 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 5 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89 178

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

5055 Fire Administrative Analyst NE C 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

5025 Fire Battalion Chief (P) NE FM 38
Step 1 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 48.9874 $ 5,486.59
Step 2 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 51.4368 $ 5,760.92
Step 3 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 54.0087 $ 6,048.97
Step 4 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 56.7091 $ 6,351.42
Step 5 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 59.5446 $ 6,668.99

5025 Fire Battalion Chief (A) NE FMA 38
Step 1 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 2 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 3 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 4 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 5 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99

5030 Fire Captain (P) NE F 31
Step 1 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 34.8144 $ 3,899.22
Step 2 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 36.5552 $ 4,094.18
Step 3 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 38.3829 $ 4,298.89
Step 4 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 40.3021 $ 4,513.83
Step 5 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 42.3172 $ 4,739.52

5030 Fire Captain (A) NE FA 31
Step 1 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 2 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 3 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 4 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 5 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52

5010 Fire Chief E E 46
Step 1 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20
Step 2 $ 221,299 $ 18,442 $ 106.3938 $ 8,511.51
Step 3 $ 232,364 $ 19,364 $ 111.7135 $ 8,937.08
Step 4 $ 243,982 $ 20,332 $ 117.2992 $ 9,383.94
Step 5 $ 256,181 $ 21,348 $ 123.1641 $ 9,853.13

5050 Fire Code Inspector NE G 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70

5049 Fire Code Inspector, Senior NE G 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

5040 Fire Engineer (P) NE F 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 30.0740 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 31.5777 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 33.1566 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 34.8144 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 36.5552 $ 4,094.18

5040 Fire Engineer (A) NE FA 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18

5020 Fire Marshal NE FM 38
Step 1 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 2 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 3 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 4 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 5 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99

5060 Firefighter (P) NE F 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 25.9791 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 27.2780 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 28.6419 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 30.0740 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 31.5777 $ 3,536.70

5060 Firefighter (A) NE FA 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70

5045 Firefighter/Paramedic (P) NE F 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 30.0740 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 31.5777 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 33.1566 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 34.8144 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 36.5552 $ 4,094.18

5045 Firefighter/Paramedic (A) NE FA 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18

5035 Firefighter/Paramedic Coordinator (P) NE F 29
Step 1 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 31.5777 $ 3,536.70
Step 2 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 33.1566 $ 3,713.54
Step 3 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 34.8144 $ 3,899.22
Step 4 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 36.5552 $ 4,094.18
Step 5 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 38.3829 $ 4,298.89

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

5035 Firefighter/Paramedic Coordinator (A) NE FA 29
Step 1 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 2 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 3 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 4 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 5 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89

HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL DEPARTMENT
2010 Director of Health and Environmental Control E E 43
Step 1 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 2 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 3 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 4 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20
Step 5 $ 221,299 $ 18,442 $ 106.3938 $ 8,511.51

2020 Environmental Health Program Administrator E M 34
Step 1 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 2 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 3 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 4 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 5 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59

2040 Environmental Health Technician NE G 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

2035 Environmental Health Specialist NE G 24
Step 1 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 2 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 3 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 4 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 5 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29

2022 Environmental Specialist, Temporary NE T26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 6 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 7 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1774 $ 4,094.18
Step 8 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89

2045 Environmental Health Intern NE Hourly
Step 1 $ 15.0000

HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
1410 Director of Human Resources E E 42
Step 1 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 2 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 3 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 4 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 5 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20 181

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

1420 Human Resources Analyst NE C 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

1415 Human Resources Analyst, Senior E M 33
Step 1 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 2 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 3 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 4 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 5 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33

1425 Human Resources Assistant NE C 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
3010 Industrial Development Director E E 39
Step 1 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 2 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 3 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 4 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 5 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44

POLICE DEPARTMENT
4035 Police Cadet NE 3180
Step 1 $ 38,892 $ 3,241 $ 18.6981 $ 1,495.85
Step 2 $ 36,864 $ 3,072 $ 17.7231 $ 1,417.85
Step 3 $ 34,944 $ 2,912 $ 16.8000 $ 1,344.00
Step 4 $ 33,120 $ 2,760 $ 15.9231 $ 1,273.85
Step 5 $ 31,380 $ 2,615 $ 15.0865 $ 1,206.92
Step 6 $ 29,760 $ 2,480 $ 14.3077 $ 1,144.62
Step 7 $ 28,212 $ 2,351 $ 13.5635 $ 1,085.08
Step 8 $ 26,736 $ 2,228 $ 12.8538 $ 1,028.31

4015 Police Captain E PM 40
Step 1 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 2 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 3 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 4 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 5 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56

4010 Police Chief E E 47
Step 1 $ 221,299 $ 18,442 $ 106.3938 $ 8,511.51
Step 2 $ 232,364 $ 19,364 $ 111.7135 $ 8,937.08
Step 3 $ 243,982 $ 20,332 $ 117.2992 $ 9,383.94
Step 4 $ 256,181 $ 21,348 $ 123.1641 $ 9,853.13
Step 5 $ 268,990 $ 22,416 $ 129.3223 $ 10,345.79

4020 Police Lieutenant NE PM 37 182
Step 1 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 2 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 3 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 4 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 5 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42

4030 Police Officer NE PO 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

4025 Police Sergeant NE PO 31
Step 1 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 2 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 3 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 4 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 5 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52

4125 Civilian Court Officer NE G 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

4123 Police Community Services Officer NE G 16
Step 1 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59
Step 2 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 3 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 4 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 5 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79

4130 Police Dispatcher NE G 20
Step 1 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 2 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 3 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 4 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 5 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10

4115 Police Dispatcher, Lead NE G 23
Step 1 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 2 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 3 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 4 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 5 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90

4110 Police Records Manager NE M 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

4135 Police Records Technician NE G 14
Step 1 $ 44,232 $ 3,686 $ 21.2652 $ 1,701.21
Step 2 $ 46,443 $ 3,870 $ 22.3284 $ 1,786.27 183
Step 3 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 5 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84

4120 Police Records Technician, Lead NE G 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

4145 Reserve Police Officer NE Stipend
Step 1 $ 3,600

PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT
8008 General Manager of Public Utilities E E 48
Step 1 $ 232,364 $ 19,364 $ 111.7135 $ 8,937.08
Step 2 $ 243,982 $ 20,332 $ 117.2992 $ 9,383.94
Step 3 $ 256,181 $ 21,348 $ 123.1641 $ 9,853.13
Step 4 $ 268,990 $ 22,416 $ 129.3223 $ 10,345.79
Step 5 $ 282,440 $ 23,537 $ 135.7884 $ 10,863.07

8011 Assistant General Manager of Public Utilities E M 43
Step 1 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 2 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 3 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 4 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20
Step 5 $ 221,299 $ 18,442 $ 106.3938 $ 8,511.51

Business and Accounts Division
8710 Business and Account Supervisor E M 32
Step 1 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 2 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 3 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 4 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 5 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50

Compliance Division
8615 Utilities Compliance Analyst NE G 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

8606 Utilities Compliance Administrator E M 35
Step 1 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 2 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 3 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 4 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 5 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92

Customer Service Division
8530 Utilities Customer Service Representative NE G 18
Step 1 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84 184
Step 2 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 3 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 4 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 5 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47

8515 Key Accounts Specialist NE M 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18

Electric Operations Division
8040 Electric Operations Supervisor E M 36
Step 1 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 2 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 3 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 4 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 5 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97

8035 Electric Operator NE I 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

8053 Electrical Test Technician, Senior NE I 31
Step 1 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 2 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 3 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 4 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 5 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52

8050 Metering Technician NE I 29
Step 1 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 2 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 3 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 4 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 5 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89

8047 Metering Technician, Senior NE I 31
Step 1 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 2 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 3 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 4 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 5 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52

8045 Power Plant Operator NE I 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18

8055 Electrical Test Technician NE I 29
Step 1 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 2 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54 185
Step 3 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

Page 12 of 21
City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 5 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89

8030 Utilities Dispatcher NE I 33
Step 1 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 2 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 3 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 4 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 5 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33

8025 Utilities Dispatcher, Senior NE I 34
Step 1 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 2 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 3 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 4 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 5 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59

8015 Utilities Operations Manager E M 41
Step 1 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 2 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 3 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 4 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 5 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19

8060 Utilities Operations Trainee NE I 23
Step 1 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 2 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 3 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 4 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 5 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90

8031 Utilities Project Coordinator NE I 33
Step 1 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 2 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 3 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 4 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 5 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33

Engineering Division (Public Utilities)
8130 Associate Electrical Engineer NE I 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

8140 Computer Aided Drafting Technician NE G 20
Step 1 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 2 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 3 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 4 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 5 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10

8125 Electrical Engineer NE I 35
Step 1 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 2 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50 186
Step 3 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33

Page 13 of 21
City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 5 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92

8112 Principal Electrical Engineer E M 38
Step 1 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 2 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 3 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 4 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42
Step 5 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99

8110 Utilities Engineering Manager E M 42
Step 1 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 2 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
Step 3 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 4 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 5 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20

Gas Division
8215 Gas Systems Specialist NE I 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

8210 Gas Systems Superintendent E M 36
Step 1 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 2 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 3 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 4 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 5 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97

8220 Gas Systems Technician NE I 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

Resource Planning and Scheduling Division
8435 Assistant Resource Scheduler NE I 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18

8430 Associate Resource Scheduler NE I 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

8405 Integrated Resources Manager E M 42
Step 1 $ 173,394 $ 14,449 $ 83.3624 $ 6,668.99
Step 2 $ 182,063 $ 15,172 $ 87.5305 $ 7,002.44
187
Step 3 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56

Page 14 of 21
City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 5 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20

8425 Electric Service Planner NE G 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

8411 Principal Resource Planner E M 37
Step 1 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 2 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 3 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 4 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 5 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42

8422 Principal Resource Scheduler/Trader NE I 34
Step 1 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 2 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 3 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 4 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 5 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59

8415 Resource Planner NE I 35
Step 1 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 2 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 3 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 4 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 5 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92

8420 Resource Scheduler NE I 32
Step 1 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 2 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 3 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 4 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 5 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50

Water Operations Division
7137 Assistant Civil Engineer - Public Utilities NE G 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

7145 Engineering Aide NE G 21
Step 1 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 2 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 3 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 4 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 5 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66

7935 Meter Reader NE G 18
Step 1 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 2 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
188
Step 3 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79

Page 15 of 21
City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 5 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47

7940 Meter Reader, Lead NE G 20
Step 1 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 2 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 3 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 4 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 5 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10

7905 Water Administrator E M 36
Step 1 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 2 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 3 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 4 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 5 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97

7915 Water Foreman E M 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

7930 Water Maintenance Worker NE G 18
Step 1 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 2 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 3 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 4 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 5 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47

7925 Water Maintenance Worker, Senior NE G 22
Step 1 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 2 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 3 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 4 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 5 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14

7920 Water Project Coordinator E G 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

7911 Water Project Specialist E M 35
Step 1 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 2 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 3 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 4 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 5 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92

7910 Water Superintendent E M 33
Step 1 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 2 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83 189
Step 3 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52

Page 16 of 21
City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50
Step 5 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
7008 Director of Public Works E E 44
Step 1 $ 191,167 $ 15,931 $ 91.9070 $ 7,352.56
Step 2 $ 200,725 $ 16,727 $ 96.5024 $ 7,720.19
Step 3 $ 210,761 $ 17,563 $ 101.3275 $ 8,106.20
Step 4 $ 221,299 $ 18,442 $ 106.3938 $ 8,511.51
Step 5 $ 232,364 $ 19,364 $ 111.7135 $ 8,937.08

Building and Planning Division
7227 Building Inspector NE G 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70

7215 Building Inspector, Senior NE G 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

7205 Building and Planning Manager E M 37
Step 1 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 2 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 3 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 4 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 5 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42

7225 Electrical Inspector NE G 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70

7213 Electrical Inspector, Senior NE G 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

7250 Permit Technician NE G 17
Step 1 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 2 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 3 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 4 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 5 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78

7220 Assistant Planner NE G 22
Step 1 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 2 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15 190
Step 3 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10

Page 17 of 21
City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 5 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14

7235 Plumbing and Mechanical Inspector NE G 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70

7217 Plumbing and Mechanical Inspector, Senior NE G 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22

Engineering Division (Public Works)
7140 Assistant Engineer NE G 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70

7135 Associate Engineer NE G 29
Step 1 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 2 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 3 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 4 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 5 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89

7118 Civil Engineer NE M 32
Step 1 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 2 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 3 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 4 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 5 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50

7145 Engineering Aide NE G 21
Step 1 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 2 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 3 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 4 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 5 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66

7115 Principal Civil Engineer E M 37
Step 1 $ 135,858 $ 11,322 $ 65.3166 $ 5,225.33
Step 2 $ 142,651 $ 11,888 $ 68.5824 $ 5,486.59
Step 3 $ 149,784 $ 12,482 $ 72.0115 $ 5,760.92
Step 4 $ 157,273 $ 13,106 $ 75.6121 $ 6,048.97
Step 5 $ 165,137 $ 13,761 $ 79.3928 $ 6,351.42

7120 Project Engineer NE G 31
Step 1 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 2 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18 191
Step 3 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 5 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52

7125 Stormwater and Special Projects Analyst NE G 28
Step 1 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 2 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 3 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 4 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 5 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18

Facilities Maintenance Division
7720 Facilities Maintenance Worker NE G 18
Step 1 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 2 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 3 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 4 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 5 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47

7735 Facilities Maintenance Worker, Lead NE G 23
Step 1 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 2 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 3 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 4 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 5 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90

7730 Facilities Maintenance Worker, Senior NE G 20
Step 1 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 2 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 3 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 4 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 5 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10

Garage Division
7530 Mechanic NE G 19
Step 1 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 2 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 3 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 4 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 5 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15

7520 Mechanic, Lead NE G 25
Step 1 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 2 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 3 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 4 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 5 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70

7525 Mechanic, Senior NE G 21
Step 1 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 2 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 3 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 4 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 5 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66

Street Maintenance Division
7430 Street Maintenance Worker NE G 15
Step 1 $ 46,443 $ 3,870 $ 22.3284 $ 1,786.27
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Step 2 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 3 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 4 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 5 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23

7427 Street Maintenance Worker, Lead NE G 23
Step 1 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 2 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 3 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66
Step 4 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 5 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90

7425 Street Maintenance Worker, Senior NE G 19
Step 1 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 2 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 3 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 4 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 5 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15

Warehouse Division
7630 Warehouse Worker NE G 16
Step 1 $ 48,765 $ 4,064 $ 23.4448 $ 1,875.59
Step 2 $ 51,204 $ 4,267 $ 24.6171 $ 1,969.37
Step 3 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 4 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 5 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79

7620 Warehouse Worker, Lead NE G 21
Step 1 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 2 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47
Step 3 $ 68,618 $ 5,718 $ 32.9893 $ 2,639.15
Step 4 $ 72,049 $ 6,004 $ 34.6388 $ 2,771.10
Step 5 $ 75,651 $ 6,304 $ 36.3707 $ 2,909.66

7625 Warehouse Worker, Senior NE G 18
Step 1 $ 53,764 $ 4,480 $ 25.8479 $ 2,067.84
Step 2 $ 56,452 $ 4,704 $ 27.1404 $ 2,171.23
Step 3 $ 59,275 $ 4,940 $ 28.4974 $ 2,279.79
Step 4 $ 62,238 $ 5,187 $ 29.9223 $ 2,393.78
Step 5 $ 65,350 $ 5,446 $ 31.4184 $ 2,513.47

Public Works Operations Division
7307 Facilities Maintenance Supervisor E M 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

7515 Fleet Supervisor E M 27
Step 1 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90
Step 2 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29
Step 3 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 4 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 5 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
7308 Street Maintenance Supervisor E M 26
Step 1 $ 79,434 $ 6,619 $ 38.1893 $ 3,055.14
Step 2 $ 83,405 $ 6,950 $ 40.0987 $ 3,207.90 193
Step 3 $ 87,576 $ 7,298 $ 42.1036 $ 3,368.29

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City of Vernon
Classification and Compensation Plan
Fiscal Year: 2018-2019
Adopted December 18, 2018

CLASS EMPLOYEE PAY {a} {a}
CODE OCCUPATIONAL JOB FAMILIES AND JOB CLASSES FLSA GROUP GRADE ANNUAL MONTHLY HOURLY PAY PERIOD

Step 4 $ 91,954 $ 7,663 $ 44.2088 $ 3,536.70
Step 5 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54

7300 Public Works Superintendent E M 32
Step 1 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 2 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 3 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83
Step 4 $ 123,228 $ 10,269 $ 59.2441 $ 4,739.52
Step 5 $ 129,389 $ 10,782 $ 62.2063 $ 4,976.50

7130 Public Works Project Coordinator NE G 30
Step 1 $ 96,552 $ 8,046 $ 46.4192 $ 3,713.54
Step 2 $ 101,380 $ 8,448 $ 48.7402 $ 3,899.22
Step 3 $ 106,449 $ 8,871 $ 51.1772 $ 4,094.18
Step 4 $ 111,771 $ 9,314 $ 53.7361 $ 4,298.89
Step 5 $ 117,360 $ 9,780 $ 56.4229 $ 4,513.83

Footnote:
{a} - The annual and monthly salaries are reported as whole dollar without the cents ONLY for reporting purposes.

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Utilities Operations Trainee

Date Prepared: December 18, 2018 Class Code: 8060

SUMMARY: Under close supervision, to learn and assist in performing electric, gas, and fiber utility related
maintenance work and operational activities and related tasks as required. Performs routine manual labor
involving minor construction, maintenance, repair activities and a wide variety of tasks in the inspection,
monitoring, installation and repair of City public utility facilities.

DISTINGUSHING CHARACTERISTICS:
Utilities Operations Trainee is a full time, entry level classification in which incumbents gain experience
performing increasingly skilled work in the construction, maintenance and repair of City utility operational
systems. Under close supervision, incumbents learn to perform semi-skilled and skilled duties in
installation, repair and maintenance of the City electric, gas, and fiber-optic related operations. Employees
in this class typically report to a Supervisor and may receive lead work direction and guidance from a
Journey or Lead level employees.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: -- Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following
representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class;
employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does
not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include,
but are not limited to, the following:

 Assist in basic manual high voltage switching operations under close supervision.
 Assists in performing substation, water and gas facility routine inspections.
 Assists in a variety of routine facility maintenance and repair activities such as painting, carpentry,
welding/fabrication, custodial and various types of construction; performs power plant and grounds
maintenance duties as assigned.
 Assists with emergency calls for service, emergency response, outage restoration and traffic control
activities.
 Assists with spill response/cleanup, dead animal retrieval, broken hydrants, fallen trees, utility pole issues
and water quality complaints.
 Assist in the basic installation, testing, maintenance and repair of substation equipment including air,
vacuum and oil circuit breakers, supervisory equipment, transformers, disconnects, load tap changers,
batteries, substation structures, relay and protections systems and associated substation equipment.
 Assist in basic maintenance of records on substation equipment.
 Assists in the testing, installation, maintenance and repair of electric meters.
 Assists in responding to Dig Alert tickets; updates logs; extracts information and inputs data into computer
systems.
 Assists in updating records and advising supervisor of any materials that need to be ordered.
 Assists in downloading meter data to customer service division.
 Digs and back-fills excavations using manual and/or powered tools and equipment.
 Assists in making temporary and permanent repairs; cuts, threads, and prepares pipe for welding and fusing;
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 Stocks inventory supplies; inspects tools and City vehicles to ensure they are clean and in safe working
order; reports deficiencies to supervisor as necessary.
Utilities Operations Trainee Vernon CA 1 of 3
 Inspects all tools and vehicles to verify they are clean and safe to operate; makes arrangements for or
notifies supervisor of necessary repairs or cleaning.
 Assists in maintaining regulator stations and pressure recorders; assists in maintaining and calibrating
customer meters and regulators.
 Assists with pipeline patrol of transmission and distribution lines; inspects valves for problems.
 Assists with the inspection and readings of pumps, boosters, wells, motors and reservoirs.
 Assists in inspecting and maintaining underpasses before, during and after rain events.
 Assists in exercising valves and performing routing flushing operations.
 Assists in performing meter reading for utility billing.
 Assists the Gas Department with excavation and exposing gas mains; may assist other City work crews.
 Loads and unloads materials, equipment, and supplies.
 Installs barricades and flashers for public safety purposes.
 Provides manual assistance to semi-skilled and skilled workers.
 Works with others while engaged in emergency repair and restoration activities.
 Ensures the work areas are maintained in a clean and orderly manner.
 May assist in the operation of light to medium trucks, skip loaders, pavement breakers, hydraulic pumps,
jackhammers, pipe cutters, power generators, tampers, and a wide variety of other hand and power
equipment.
 Assists in the monitoring, construction and repair of the telecommunications, internet services and fiber
optic backbone system.
 Supports the relationship between the City of Vernon and the general public by demonstrating courteous
and cooperative behavior when interacting with visitors and City staff; maintains confidentiality of work-
related issues and City information; performs other duties as required or assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education, Training and Experience Guidelines:
High School diploma or equivalent. One year of construction, or repair and maintenance of mechanical
equipment and machinery, or electric power systems work experience. One year of college level course
work or trade school in electrical, mechanical or related field may be substituted for one year of experience.

Knowledge of:
 City organization, operations, policies, and procedures.
 Regulatory requirements for the operation, maintenance, and repair of gas, electric and bulk power
utilities.
 Principles of electric theory, power system operations including power plant operations; fundamentals of
alternating current circuits, and electrical safety policies and procedures.
 State and federal environmental protection codes and regulations; Emergency response and first-
responder procedures and other safety, environmental compliance rules, requirements, and regulations
including Cal-OSHA and Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
 Record keeping and file maintenance principles and procedures.
 Common hand and power tools.
 Customer service standards and protocols.

Skill in:
 Learning the operation of power plant equipment, electric substation equipment, gas system materials
and equipment and fiber-optic materials and equipment.
 Working in an operational capacity in a utilities field environment, in a transmission and distribution 196
system and in a power plant setting.

Utilities Operations Trainee Vernon CA 2 of 3
 Understanding, interpreting and applying detailed work procedures and standards applicable to repair,
maintenance and installation of utilities systems and facilities.
 Comprehending and executing written and verbal instructions.
 Safely operating and maintaining tools and equipment.
 Building relationships and fostering teamwork.
 Communicating effectively, both orally and in writing.
 Establishing and maintaining cooperative and effective working relationships with supervisors and leads,
fellow employees and the public.

LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
A valid California State Driver’s License is required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
Work is performed in a standard office environment and an electric generation plant, electric sub-
transmission and distribution substation environment, in and around water wells, water pumping plants and
water distribution systems, and natural gas transmission and distribution environment; may be exposed to
energized equipment. May be exposed to dangerous machinery, hazardous chemicals, electric shock and
moving traffic. Routine exposure to the elements. Works a set schedule per department needs, however,
24/7 operations may require the need to work alternative schedules including nights, weekends and rotating
shifts.

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Utilities Operations Trainee Vernon CA 3 of 3
City Council Agenda Item Report
Agenda Item No. COV-426-2018
Submitted by: Oren Weiner
Submitting Department: Public Utilities
Meeting Date: December 18, 2018

SUBJECT
A Resolution approving the City of Vernon Public Utilities Department Amended Economic Development Rate
Program and the General Form of Agreement for Economic Development Incentive on electric service regarding
electrical rates to be charged for electrical energy distributed and supplied by the City within its boundaries

Recommendation:
A. Find that the adoption of the proposed resolution is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act
(CEQA), because is not in reference to a “project” subject to the CEQA Guidelines under Section 15378 because it
involves an administrative activity and (b) even if this approval were a “project” subject to CEQA, the approval
requested is exempt in accordance with CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only
applies to projects that may have a significant effect on the environment, and any construction that may occur by a
private party in the future in reliance on this approval would be subject to CEQA review by another governmental
agency at that time when actual details of any physical proposal would be more than speculative; and

B. Adopt a Resolution approving the City of Vernon Public Utilities Department Amended Economic Development
Rate Program and the general form of Agreement for Economic Development Incentive on electric service regarding
electrical rates to be charged for electrical energy distributed and supplied by the City within its boundaries.

Backgroud:
The Economic Development Rate (“EDR”) program was approved by City Council Resolution No. 2013-46 on April
16, 2013. The EDR program was established to promote economic activity in the City and attract large electricity users
into the City, as well as, to encourage existing customers to increase their electrical demand. Eligible customers are
those on or electing existing rate schedule: TOU-G, or TOU-V, or their successor rate schedule. Under the program,
new customers with maximum billing demands greater than 100 kW or existing customers who add at least 100 kW are
eligible to receive EDR incentives. The EDR provides an incentive of up to twenty (20) percent reduction off the
customers’ otherwise applicable tariff for a period of 5 years, excluding taxes.

Since the program inception date, the EDR program has been one of the most successful and popular programs that has
resulted in stimulating economic activity and attracting new customers into the City. A number of large electrical users
have either located their businesses in Vernon or have increased their electrical demand significantly. Examples of such
growth include new load by rPlanet Earth and expansion of Matheson Tri-gas. The combination of rPlanet Earth and
Matheson Tri-gas results in a combined total retail load increase of over 15 MWs.

The EDR program was established and is made available at the City of Vernon's sole discretion. The initial term of the
program ended December 31, 2017. On December 5, 2017, Resolution No. 2017-63 extended the EDR program for
an additional one (1) year period, from December 31, 2017 to December 31, 2018 to allow staff to develop a
successor program to the EDR. EDR incentives are being offered by several peer utilities in California. Staff reviewed
six utilities in the region, including Southern California Edison, LADWP and several others. A brief review of the 198
programs offered by the utilities in the region indicate the demand for an economic incentive program. Among the utilities
staff reviewed, City of Vernon has the most generous EDR at a 20% discount for five years.

Staff proposes a strategic adjustment to Vernon’s existing EDR structure. The successor program to the EDR would
amend the existing 20%, 5-year EDR program with a 5-year tiered incentive program as shown in Table 1 attached.
The new proposed incentive structure will be both competitive with incentive levels offered by peer utilities and have an
attractive introductory rate. To maintain a competitive advantage, Vernon’s new EDR matches the total tenor and
percentage discount of neighboring utilities. Further, Vernon’s amended EDR provides a more compelling rate structure
from a cash flow perspective and has a less rigorous minimum requirement, thus making it a more desirable incentive
mechanism. The EDR program will remain open to new participants until December 31, 2023. The program will also
remain in effect until such time the last agreement expires or terminates.

In consideration of the peer utilities review, at this time, staff is recommending the City Council adopt a successor
program to the EDR. The amended EDR Tariff has been reviewed and approved as to form by the City Attorney office.

Fiscal Impact:
Staff completed an analysis on the revenue impact the new proposed EDR program may have to the City. Staff
assumed, over the 5-year period, TOU-V customers would add a total of 2 MWs and TOU-G customers would add
200 kW eligible for EDR incentives. The EDR incentive offered to customers would be approximately $188,760 per
year.

ATTACHMENTS
 1. Table 1 - Five-Year Incentive Program
 2. Resolution - Amending Economic Development Rate

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Table 1

Year 1 2 3 4 5
Incentive 20% 15% 12% 8% 5%

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RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
VERNON APPROVING THE CITY OF VERNON PUBLIC
UTILITIES DEPARTMENT AMENDED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
RATE PROGRAM AND THE GENERAL FORM OF AGREEMENT FOR
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE ON ELECTRIC SERVICE
REGARDING ELECTRICAL RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR
ELECTRICAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTED AND SUPPLIED BY THE
CITY WITHIN ITS BOUNDARIES

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Vernon adopted
Ordinance No. 1030 on May 16, 1995, providing that rates to be charged
for electrical energy distributed and supplied by the City within its
boundaries shall be set by resolution; and
WHEREAS, April 16, 2013, the City Council of the City of
Vernon adopted Resolution No. 2013-46 approving the City of Vernon
Light and Power Department Economic Development Rate, the Agreement
for an Economic Development Incentive on electric services and the
affidavit for Economic Development regarding electrical rates to be
charged for electrical energy distributed and supplied by the City
within its boundaries; and
WHEREAS, on December 5, 2017, the City Council of the City
of Vernon adopted Resolution No. 2017-63 approving the extension of
the Economic Development Rate Program (the “EDR”) for an additional
one year to allow City staff to develop a successor program to the
EDR; and
WHEREAS, the existing EDR provides an incentive of up to
twenty percent (20%) reduction off of the customers’ otherwise
applicable tariff (OAT) for five (5) years, excluding taxes; and
WHEREAS, by memorandum dated December 18, 2018, the General
Manager of the Public Utilities Department has recommended that the
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EDR program be restructured to amend the existing twenty percent (20%)
five year EDR program with a five year tiered incentive program; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Vernon desires to
approve the amended Economic Development Rate Program and the general
form of Agreement for Economic Development Incentive on Electric
Service.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF VERNON AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
finds and determines that the above recitals are true and correct.
SECTION 2: The City Council of the City of Vernon finds
that this action is exempt under the California Environmental Quality
Act (CEQA), because is not in reference to a “project” subject to the
CEQA Guidelines under Section 15378 because it involves an
administrative activity and (b) even if this approval were a “project”
subject to CEQA, the approval requested is exempt in accordance with
CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(b)(3), the general rule that CEQA only
applies to projects that may have a significant effect on the
environment, and any construction that may occur by a private party in
the future in reliance on this approval would be subject to CEQA review
by another governmental agency at that time when actual details of any
physical proposal would be more than speculative.
SECTION 3: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
approves the City of Vernon Public Utilities Department amended
Economic Development Rate Program and approves and adopts the general
form of the Agreement for Economic Development Incentive on Electric
Service for use by the City, as attached hereto as Exhibit A.
SECTION 4: The City Council of the City of Vernon hereby
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instructs the City Administrator, or his designee, to take whatever
actions are deemed necessary or desirable for the purpose of
implementing and carrying out the purposes of this Resolution and the
transactions herein approved or authorized, including but not limited
to, any non-substantive changes to the Agreement attached herein.
SECTION 5: The City Clerk of the City of Vernon shall
certify to the passage, approval and adoption of this resolution, and
the City Clerk of the City of Vernon shall cause this resolution and
the City Clerk’s certification to be entered in the File of
Resolutions of the Council of this City.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 18th day of December, 2018.

Name:
Title: Mayor / Mayor Pro-Tem

ATTEST:

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM:

Brian Byun,
Senior Deputy City Attorney

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) ss
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES )

I, Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk of the City of Vernon, do hereby
certify that the foregoing Resolution, being Resolution No. ,
was duly passed, approved and adopted by the City Council of the City
of Vernon at a regular meeting of the City Council duly held on
Tuesday, December 18, 2018, and thereafter was duly signed by the Mayor
or Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Vernon.
Executed this day of December, 2018, at Vernon, California.

Maria E. Ayala, City Clerk

(SEAL)

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EXHIBIT A 

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CITY OF VERNON

VERNON PUBLIC UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

SCHEDULE ED

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RATE

APPLICABILITY

Applicable to qualified customers locating or expanding load on the City of Vernon's transmission and/or
distribution system. Customers taking service on Schedule ED must sign an Agreement for Economic
Development Incentive on Electric Service (Form No. ED).

TERRITORY

Within the city limits of the City of Vernon.

RATES

The ED rate provides an incentive percentage reduction off the customers'; otherwise applicable tariff
(OAT) per the schedule in Table 1 for five years, excluding taxes. This reduction shall be calculated on
the rate components of the customer's bill that correlate to services the City of Vernon provides the
customer.

Table 1

Year 1 2 3 4 5
Incentive 20% 15% 12% 8% 5%

Incentive Limiter:

The average rate after application of the incentive under this schedule cannot be less than the Floor Price
described below.

FLOOR PRICE:

The sum of revenues collected by the City of Vernon from the customer, exclusive of any additional
applicable taxes, shall not fall below a Floor Price equal to marginal generation charges, embedded
distribution charges, CAISO and other transmission charges, public benefits charges (PBC), and the
green-energy surcharges that are allocated to the customer.

The revenues will be reviewed annually to ensure that they equal or exceed the Floor Price, up to the
OAT revenues the customer would have paid if it had not received the incentive. Additional lump-sum
charges may be due to the City of Vernon or credits due to the customer after each annual review. The
charges will be designed to ensure that revenues do not fall below the annual Floor Price. Credits, if
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available after the annual review, will be provided if the customer's incentive rate had been previously
reduced from the maximum incentive level, due to the Floor Price.

PROGRAM EXPIRATION:

This schedule will remain open to new participants until December 31, 2023. This schedule will also
remain in effect until such time the last agreement expires or terminates.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

1. Eligible Customers:

Eligible customers are those on or electing existing schedule: TOU-G, or TOU-V, or their successor rate
schedule. Unless specified in the Agreement for Economic Development Incentive on Electric Service,
new customers with maximum billing demands greater than 100 kW, or existing customers who add at
least 100 kW of demand may qualify.

For existing customers, only the additional demand may qualify for service under Schedule ED. New or
additional billing demand does not include billing demand that exists within the City of Vernon at the
time eligibility is determined.

Residential customers and state or local government agencies are not qualified customers under this rate
schedule.

2. Contract:

Service under this schedule is provided under a five-year agreement.

3. Start Date:

The start date of the incentive rate period shall commence within 24 months from the date of execution
for service and shall be designated by the customer within the agreement.

4. Metering:

Separate electric metering for new or additional load may be required if, in the City of Vernon's sole
opinion, it is necessary to provide service under this schedule. The customer will be responsible for any
costs associated with providing separate electric metering.

5. "But For" Test

In order to be eligible for this schedule, the customer must sign an affidavit, attesting to the fact that "but
for " this incentive rate, either on its own or in combination with a package of incentives made available
to the customer from other sources, the customer would not have located operations or added load within
the City of Vernon.

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AGREEMENT FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE ON ELECTRIC SERVICE

This agreement is made between
_______________________________________________________________________________

_____________________ a(n) _____________________________ ("Applicant"), and the City of
Vernon.

RECITALS: The Economic Development rate was established and is made available at the City of
Vernon's sole discretion. The Economic Development Rate is a five-year incentive rate, as set forth in
Schedule ED.

AGREEMENT: Applicant and the City of Vernon agree to the following terms and conditions:

1. QUALIFICATION CRITERIA.

Applicant is or will be a customer, eligible for receiving service under Schedule TOU-G, TOU-V or its
successor rate schedule.

The electric load subject to his agreement is a maximum billing demand of at least 100 kW of net new
load to the City of Vernon. The minimum 100 kW of net new load must be maintained for at least three
consecutive months during the initial 12 months of this agreement. Only new load that will be regularly
served by the City of Vernon will be eligible for this incentive.

2. BILL INCENTIVE.

Electric service to Applicant's premises shall be delivered under Applicant's otherwise applicable tariff
(OAT), which is ________. A five-year rate incentive percentage reduction will be applied to the
customer's OAT (excluding taxes) in accordance with Schedule ED. This reduction shall be calculated on
the rate components of the customer's bill that correlate to service that the City of Vernon provides the
customer. If needed the City of Vernon may reduce the incentive percentage to ensure that revenues
exceed the Floor Price.

This incentive under this schedule will be limited by the Floor Price, as defined in Schedule ED. In
calculating the Floor Price, the City of Vernon will make use of its best estimate of the marginal cost to
serve the customer. The revenues from each participant will be reviewed annually and/or at the end of the

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agreement to ensure that they equal or exceed the Floor price for each year of the agreement, up to the
OAT revenue that the customer would have paid if it had not received the incentive.

Applicant's rate under this schedule will be subject to an annual review, with potential additional lump-
sum charges due to the City of Vernon or credits due to Applicant. The charges shall ensure that the rate
does not fall below the Floor Price each year. Credits, if available after the annual review, will be
provided if the customer's incentive rate had been previously reduced from the maximum incentive above
as a result of the application of the Floor price limitation.

3. INCENTIVE CALCULATION.

Terms and conditions necessary for the incentive calculation are defined and agreed to as follows:

Billing determinants used for calculating the first year incentives will be the City of Vernon's best
estimate of expected usages and demand for customer expansion and attraction cases. For expansion
cases, the previous 12- months of historical metered data, if available, will be used to determine current
usage levels, and the incentive will be calculated only on that portion of demand and usage that is added.
During the annual and contract term review, the City of Vernon will compare the revenues received to the
Floor Price to ensure that the revenues received remain at least equal to the Floor Price throughout the
duration of the contract.

The City of Vernon reserves the right to reduce the contracted demands stated by the Applicant below if it
is determined that the Applicant's actual load at full operation of the facility after the Commencement
Date of this Agreement is more than 25% less than the contracted maximum demands stated below.

[Please mark the appropriate space below, indicating whether this is an agreement for the Applicant's
entire load or only a portion of the Applicant's load.]

a. ____New customer Locating in the City of Vernon.

b. ____Expansion of the existing customer's load.

c. The contracted demand of the new or expanded load is estimated to be _______ kW.

The excluded Demands, if applicable, are determined by averaging the Applicants four highest
measured demands during each seasonal period during the 12-mont period preceding the execution date
of this agreement, if available. If Applicant separately meters the Reserved Demand, Applicants
Excluded Demand will be zero (0) kW for each season. The City of Vernon and the Applicant agree that
the excluded demand is:

July to September: _________________ kW

May, June, October: _________________ kW

November to April: __________________ kW

The Incentive Ratio for each month is defined as the difference between the Applicant's maximum
demand for that month and the excluded Demand divided by that same month's maximum demand. The
Incentive Ratio will be a fraction from zero (0) to one (1). The Economic Development Rate discount is
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determined as the product of the rate incentive, the Incentive Ratio and the subtotal changes on the rate
components of the Applicant’s bill that correlate to service that the City of Vernon Provides to Applicant.

4. COMMENCEMENT DATE.

The incentive shall commence on the Applicants regularly scheduled meter read day in the month of
_____, 20____, which is within a 24-month period of the date of execution of this agreement, as required
by rate Schedule ED.

5. METERING.

Applicant agrees to be responsible for all costs associated with providing separate electric metering if the
City of Vernon, at its sole discretion, deems such metering a necessary condition to implement this rate.
If Applicant is deemed to require separately metered reserved demand, Applicant must have metering in
place before the incentive rate will apply. Applicant's ability to have required metering in place shall not
delay the commencement date provided in Section 4 by which the Applicant would have otherwise
received the incentive.

6. TERM OF AGREEMENT.

This agreement shall take effect immediately and remain in effect for a term of five years following the
commencement date of the rate incentive.

7. TERMINATION AGREEMENT

Applicant may terminate this agreement upon 30 days written notice. The City of Vernon may also
terminate this agreement upon 30 days written notice in the event Applicant no longer meets the
qualifications described elsewhere in the Agreement and in Rate Schedule ED. Notwithstanding these
rights of termination, the Applicant shall be subject to Liquidated Damages as provided in Section 9 of
this agreement.

8. "BUT FOR" TEST

Applicant attests that "but for" the terms of this agreement, either on its own or in combination with a
package of incentives made available to the Applicant from other sources, the Applicant would not have
located, or increased its operations within the City of Vernon. Applicant shall sign the attached affidavit
to that effect.

9. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

If this agreement is terminated due to Applicant's misrepresentation or fraud, Applicant shall be liable for
liquidated damages that equal 200% of the cumulative difference between (i) bills calculated under the
Schedule ED rate to the date of termination and (ii) bills that would have been calculated under the OAT.
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10. ASSIGNMENT.

Applicant may assign this agreement only if the City of Vernon consents in writing and the party to
whom the agreement is assigned agrees in writing to be bound by this agreement in all respects.

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IN WITNESS THEREOF, the Parties have executed this Agreement in multiple originals of equal dignity
by their respective duly authorized representatives.

Executed this ______day of ________________, 20__________

__________________________ The City of Vernon__________

(customer)

__________________________ __________________________
(signature) (signature)

__________________________ __________________________
(Print Name) (Print Name)

__________________________ __________________________
(Title) (Title)

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AFFADAVIT FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RATE

By signing this affidavit, an Applicant who locates or adds load in the City of Vernon hereby certifies and
declares under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the statements in the
following paragraphs are true and correct.

1. But for the receipt of the discounted economic development rate and the terms of the Agreement,
either on its own or in combination with an economic development incentive package, the Applicant's
load would not have been located, or added within the City of Vernon.

2. The load to which the Agreement applies represents kilowatt-hours (kWh) and kilowatts (kW)
that either (i) does not already exist in the City of Vernon , or (ii) the Applicant considered expanding to a
location outside of the City of Vernon.

3. Applicant has discussed with the City of Vernon the cost-effective conservation and load
management measures the applicant may take to reduce their electric bills and the load they place on the
City of Vernon's utility system.

4. On an annual basis, the cost of electricity for a new or expanding customer is at least five (5)
percent of its actual operating costs, less the cost of raw materials.

Executed this ___________ day of ______________, 20_________.

__________________________
(Applicant)

BY:______________________
(Signature)

__________________________
(Print Name)

TITLE:___________________

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