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AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING OF THE LAKEPORT CITY COUNCIL


(ALSO MEETS AS THE CITY OF LAKEPORT MUNICIPAL SEWER DISTRICT, THE LAKEPORT INDUSTRIAL
DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, THE MUNICIPAL FINANCING AGENCY OF LAKEPORT and THE SUCCESSOR
AGENCY TO THE FORMER LAKEPORT REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY)
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
City Council Chambers, 225 Park Street, Lakeport, California 95453
Any person may speak for three (3) minutes on any agenda item; however, total public input per item is not to exceed 15 minutes, extended at the discretion of the
City Council. This rule does not apply to public hearings. Non-timed items may be taken up at any unspecified time.
CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 p.m.
1. Conference with Labor Negotiator (Gov. Code § 54957.6)
Employee Group: Unrepresented Management
Negotiators: Administrative Services Director Buendia

I. CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL: 6:00 p.m.


II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
III. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA/ URGENCY ITEMS: Move to accept agenda as posted, or move to add or delete items.
To add item, Council is required to make a majority decision that an urgency
exists (as defined in the Brown Act) and a 2/3rds determination that the need to
take action arose subsequent to the Agenda being posted.
IV. CONSENT AGENDA: The following Consent Agenda items are expected to be routine and noncontroversial. They will be acted upon by
the Council at one time without any discussion. Any Council Member may request that any item be removed from
the Consent Agenda for discussion under the regular Agenda. Removed items will be considered following the
Consent Calendar portion of this agenda.

A. Ordinances: Waive reading except by title, of any ordinances under consideration at this
meeting for either introduction or passage per Government Code Section 36934.
B. Minutes: Approve minutes of the City Council regular meeting of April 16, 2019.
C. Warrants: Approve the warrant register of April 30, 2019.
D. Renew Emergency Resolution: Confirm the continuing existence of a local emergency for the Mendocino
Mendocino Complex Fire Complex Fire.

E. Renew Emergency Resolution: February Confirm the continuing existence of a local emergency for the February 2019
2019 Storms Storms.

F. Application 2019-013: Approve event application 2019-003, with staff recommendations, for the 2019
Rhythm and Brews event.

G. Application 2019-012: Approve the Lakeport Criterium event application and agreement between the
City of Lakeport and Main Street Elite Cycling and require event staff to continue
to meet with city staff to ensure that all concerns and requirements are met
prior to the event.

H. Application 2019-014: Approve event application 2019-014, with staff recommendations, for the 2019
Cardboard and Duct Tape Regatta.

I. Application 2019-016: Approve event application 2019-016, with staff recommendations, for the 2019
Memorial Day Parade.

J. Retention Schedule: Adopt the proposed resolution adopting a records retention schedule, and
authorizing destruction of certain City records and rescinding Resolution No.
2698 (2019).

K. Measure Z Advisory Committee (MZAC): Receive and file the draft minutes of the regular meeting of April 17, 2019.
City Council Agenda of May 7, 2019 Page 2

L. Contract Amendment: Approve Amendment #3 to Agreement for Services between the City of Lakeport
and Margaret Silveira.

V. PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS/REQUESTS:
A. Public Input: Any person may speak for 3 minutes about any subject within the authority of the City Council, provided that the
subject is not already on tonight’s agenda. Persons wishing to address the City Council are required to complete a
Citizen’s Input form and submit it to the City Clerk prior to the meeting being called to order. While not required,
please state your name and address for the record. NOTE: Per Government Code §54954.3(a), the City Council
cannot take action or express a consensus of approval or disapproval on any public comments regarding matters
which do not appear on the printed agenda.

B. Proclamation: Presentation of a Proclamation designating May 12-18, 2018 as Police Week, and
publicly saluting the service of law enforcement officers in our community and in
communities across the nation

C. Presentation: Presentation of Council Certificate of Recognition to Lakeport Police Officer


Casey DeBolt in recognition for his efforts to stem drunk driving in our
community.

D. Proclamation: Mayor Barnes to present a Proclamation declaring May 18 through May 24, 2019
as National Safe Boating Week in Lake County.
E. Presentation: Herman Hernandez from PG&E will give a presentation regarding the utility’s
Wildland Fire Mitigation Plan.
VI. COUNCIL BUSINESS:
A. City Clerk:
1. Appointment: Appoint one Council Member as the City of Lakeport representative to the Lake
County Airport Land Use Commission Board of Directors.
2. Clean Water Management Appoint one Councilmember as the designated representative from the City of
Program: Lakeport to the Program Management Council and one Councilmember as
alternate.
B. City Manager
1. Contract Award: Award a construction contract to Bridges Construction for the City Hall Remodel
Project.
VII. CITY COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS:
A. Miscellaneous Reports, if any:
VII. ADJOURNMENT:
Materials related to an item on this Agenda submitted to the Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office at 225
Park Street, Lakeport, California, during normal business hours. Such documents are also available on the City of Lakeport’s website, www.cityoflakeport.com, subject to
staff’s ability to post the documents before the meeting.
The City of Lakeport, in complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), requests individuals who require special accommodations to access, attend and/or
participate in the City meeting due to disability, to please contact the City Clerk’s Office, (707) 263-5615, 72 hours prior to the scheduled meeting to ensure reasonable
accommodations are provided.

_______________________________________
Hilary Britton, Deputy City Clerk
MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING OF THE LAKEPORT CITY COUNCIL
(ALSO MEETS AS THE CITY OF LAKEPORT MUNICIPAL SEWER DISTRICT, THE LAKEPORT INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, THE
MUNICIPAL FINANCING AGENCY OF LAKEPORT and THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE FORMER LAKEPORT REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY)
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
City Council Chambers, 225 Park Street, Lakeport, California 95453

CLOSED SESSION: Mayor Barnes called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. Mayor Barnes adjourned
the meeting to closed session at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the following:
1. Conference with Labor Negotiator (Gov. Code § 54957.6)
Unrepresented Employee: City Manager
City Negotiators: Council Members Mattina and Turner
2. Conference with Real Property Negotiator
(Gov. Code § 54956.8)
APN: 025-601-04
Address: 810 Main Street
City Negotiator: City Manager Silveira
Negotiating Party: George Hotaling
Under Negotiation: Price and Terms of Payment

Report out of Closed Session: There was no reportable action out of Closed Session.
I. CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL: Mayor Pro Tem Spurr called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. with Council
Members Mattina, Parlet, Spurr, and Turner present. Mayor Barnes was absent.
(Mayor Barnes left the meeting due to illness.)
II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chief Rasmussen.
III. ACCEPTANCE OF AGENDA/ URGENCY ITEMS: A motion was made by Council Member Turner, seconded by Council Member
Mattina, and unanimously carried by voice vote to accept the agenda as posted.
IV. CONSENT AGENDA: The following Consent Agenda items are expected to be routine and noncontroversial. They will be acted upon by the
Council at one time without any discussion. Any Council Member may request that any item be removed from the
Consent Agenda for discussion under the regular Agenda. Removed items will be considered following the Consent
Calendar portion of this agenda.

A. Ordinances: Waive reading except by title, of any ordinances under consideration at this
meeting for either introduction or passage per Government Code Section 36934.
B. Minutes: Approve minutes of the City Council regular meeting of April 2, 2019.
C. Renew Emergency Resolution: Confirm the continuing existence of a local emergency for the Mendocino
Mendocino Complex Fire Complex Fire.

D. Renew Emergency Resolution: February Confirm the continuing existence of a local emergency for the February 2019
2019 Storms Storms.

E. Application WP 2019-001: Approve event application WP 2019-001, with staff recommendations, for the
2019 Grillin’ on the Green event.

F. Application 2019-015: Approve event application 2019-015, with staff recommendations, for the 2019
Library Park Farmer’s Market.

H. Contract: Approve the agreement with the Lake County Tourism Improvement District for
administrative services and authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement.

I. Personnel Request: Authorize staff to temporarily fill a Police Sergeant position with a Police Officer
but leave position budgeted as Sergeant.
City Council Minutes of April 16, 2019 Page 2

J. Out-of-State Travel: Authorize the out of state travel as requested by the City Manager and
Community Development Director to attend RECon – the Global Retail Real Estate
Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada May 20-21, 2019

Vote on Consent Agenda: A motion was made by Council Member Mattina, seconded by Council Member
Parlet, and unanimously carried by voice vote, with Mayor Barnes absent, to
accept the Consent Agenda, items A-J.
V. PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS/REQUESTS:
A. Public Input: There was no input provided by the public.

B. Proclamation: Council Member Turner presented a Proclamation declaring April 2019 as Sexual
Assault Awareness Month to representatives of Lake Family Resource Center.

C. Proclamation: Council Member Turner presented a Proclamation declaring April as Child Abuse
Prevention Month to representatives of Lake Family Resource Center.
VI. COUNCIL BUSINESS:
A. Police Chief
1. Police Quarterly Stats: A staff report was presented by Chief of Police Rasmussen and police statistics
presented to the City Council.
A motion was made by Council Member Mattina, seconded by Council Member
Turner, and unanimously carried by voice vote, with Mayor Barnes absent, to
receive and file the police statistics report for the first quarter of 2019.
2. SB 230 and AB 392 The staff report was presented by Chief of Police Rasmussen.
Michael Green asked a question about AB392.
A motion was made by Council Member Mattina, seconded by Council Member
Turner, and unanimously carried by voice vote, with Mayor Barnes absent, to
support SB230 and oppose AB392; approve a resolution and direct the Mayor to
sign a letter to be sent to appropriate members of the California Assembly and
Senate.
B. Community Development Director
1. Clean Water Agreement The staff report was presented by Community Development Director Ingram.
A motion was made by Council Member Parlet, seconded by Council Member
Mattina, and unanimously carried by voice vote, with Mayor Barnes absent, to
adopt the Agreement Providing for Implementation and Maintenance of the Lake
County Clean Water Program.
Council directed staff to bring back this item to the next meeting to appoint a
representative and alternate to this Program.
C. City Manager
1. Summer Concerts: The staff report was presented by City Manager Silveira.
Shawn Beken, Market Manager for BiCoastal Media was available to answer
questions of the City Council.

A motion was made by Council Member Turner, seconded by Council Member


Mattina, and unanimously carried by voice vote, with Mayor Barnes absent, to
approve the addendum to the BiCoastal Media 2017-19 concert series contract
allowing food service area and wine tasting garden with the appropriate
insurance coverage.
D. Public Works Director
1. Utility Vehicle Purchase: The staff report was presented by Public Works Director Grider.
City Council Minutes of April 16, 2019 Page 3

A motion was made by Council Member Mattina, seconded by Council Member


Turner, and unanimously carried by voice vote, with Mayor Barnes absent, to
authorize the City Manager to sign purchase order and supporting documents for
the procurement of one truck for the Public Works Department.
2. SB 1 Project List: The staff report was presented by Public Works Director Grider.
A motion was made by Council Member Parlet, seconded by Council Member
Turner, and unanimously carried by voice vote, with Mayor Barnes absent, to
adopt the proposed resolution approving the City of Lakeport SB 1 Project List for
fiscal year 2019-20 and direct staff to submit to the California Transportation
Commission.
VII. CITY COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS:
A. Miscellaneous Reports, if any: City Manager Silveira gave no report.
City Attorney Ruderman gave no report.
Public Works Director Grider gave no report.
Finance Director Walker gave no report.
Chief Rasmussen stated that REMIF did an excellent job on the Police Chief's
training last week. Fifty-five more officers were trained at the active shooter
training at the high school recently.
Community Development Director Ingram announced a public outreach meeting
for the Prop 68 Parklands Grant to be held on Thursday, April 18th.
Administrative Services Director/City Clerk Buendia gave no report.
Mayor Barnes was absent.
Council Member Parlet spoke about the lack of referees and umpires due to
unsportsmanlike conduct which he compared to some of the issues the Police are
dealing with.
Council Member Mattina gave no report.
Council Member Spurr attended the League of California Cities legislative days in
Sacramento, and encouraged the public to attend on April 24th.
Council Member Turner invited the meeting attendees to the chili cook off at the
Senior Center on Saturday, April 27th.
VII. ADJOURNMENT: A motion was made by Council Member Mattina, seconded by Council Member
Parlet, and unanimously carried by voice vote to adjourn the meeting at 7:17
p.m.

_______________________________________
George Spurr, Mayor Pro Tem
Attest:

_________________________________
Kelly Buendia, City Clerk
CITY OF LAKEPORT
Over 125 years of community
pride, progress and service

5/1/2019

I hereby certify that the attached list of warrants has been audited,
extensions are proper, purchase orders have been issued, and department
heads have been given the opportunity to review and sign claim forms.

______________________________
Nicholas Walker
Finance Director

225 PARK STREET • LAKEPORT, CALIFORNIA 95453 • TELEPHONE (707) 263-5615 • FAX (707) 263-8584
Bank Transaction Report
Lakeport Transaction Detail
Issued Date Range: 03/29/2019 - 04/30/2019
Cleared Date Range: -

Issued Cleared
Date Date Number Description Module Status Type Amount
Bank Account: 15-0352000798 - POOLED CASH BANK
03/29/2019 55000 LPOA Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -150.00
03/29/2019 55001 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,015.00
03/29/2019 55002 VALIC - C/O JP MORGAN CHASE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,450.00
03/29/2019 DFT0001240 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,055.65
03/29/2019 DFT0001241 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,079.79
03/29/2019 DFT0001242 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,358.37
03/29/2019 DFT0001243 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,581.77
03/29/2019 DFT0001244 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -3,961.68
03/29/2019 DFT0001245 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -5,253.65
03/29/2019 DFT0001246 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -986.07
03/29/2019 DFT0001247 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,046.32
03/29/2019 DFT0001248 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -47.43
03/29/2019 DFT0001249 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -7.64
03/29/2019 DFT0001250 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -3,650.92
03/29/2019 DFT0001251 CA EMP DEVELOPMENT DEPT Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -3,973.20
03/29/2019 DFT0001252 CA EMP DEVELOPMENT DEPT Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -1,258.95
03/29/2019 DFT0001253 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -12,014.51
03/29/2019 DFT0001254 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -210.80
04/04/2019 55047 RELIANCE TRAILERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -616.96
04/04/2019 55048 LAKEPORT DISPOSAL, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -47,639.49
04/12/2019 55049 AFLAC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -802.47
04/12/2019 55050 CA STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -466.67
04/12/2019 55051 LAKEPORT EMPLOYEE'S ASSOC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -375.00
04/12/2019 55052 LPOA Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -460.00
04/12/2019 55053 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,015.00
04/12/2019 55054 VALIC - C/O JP MORGAN CHASE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,594.75
04/12/2019 55055 ALPHA ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,797.00
04/12/2019 55056 Void Check Accounts Payable Voided Check 0.00
04/12/2019 55057 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -33.21
04/12/2019 55058 AT&T Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -503.13
04/12/2019 55059 AT&T CALNET3 Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,234.69
04/12/2019 55060 B.W.S. DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -4,824.87
04/12/2019 55061 BAILEY'S, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -832.93
04/12/2019 55062 BB&T GOVERNMENTAL FINANCE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -30,996.00
04/12/2019 55063 CARTEGRAPH SYSTEMS, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,409.75
04/12/2019 55064 CLEARLAKE REDI-MIX INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -3,036.73

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Bank Transaction Report Issued Date Range: -
Issued Cleared
Date Date Number Description Module Status Type Amount
04/12/2019 55065 COLANTUANO, HIGHSMITH & Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -11,118.88
04/12/2019 55066 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,375.00
04/12/2019 55067 COUNTY OF LAKE-ANIMAL CONTROL Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -313.00
04/12/2019 55068 DEEP VALLEY SECURITY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -237.90
04/12/2019 55069 ENERGY SYSTEMS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -137.23
04/12/2019 55070 ENTERPRISE - EAN SERVICES, LLC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -79.97
04/12/2019 55071 ENTERRA ENVIRONMENTAL Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,463.00
04/12/2019 55072 EUREKA OXYGEN COMPANY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -47.22
04/12/2019 55073 FED EX Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -30.93
04/12/2019 55074 FERRELLGAS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,785.14
04/12/2019 55075 GRAINGER Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -596.45
04/12/2019 55076 HILARY BRITTON Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -36.90
04/12/2019 55077 IMAGE SALES, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -47.96
04/12/2019 55078 INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTEM Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -412.32
04/12/2019 55079 JJACPA, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -5,125.00
04/12/2019 55080 JOHN PARKER Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,500.00
04/12/2019 55081 LAKE COUNTY ELECTRIC SUPPLY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,145.66
04/12/2019 55082 LAKE COUNTY NEWS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,200.00
04/12/2019 55083 LAKE COUNTY RECORD-BEE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -166.66
04/12/2019 55084 LAKE COUNTY WASTE SOLUTIONS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -212.74
04/12/2019 55085 LAKEPORT CAMPER & TRUCK Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -763.38
04/12/2019 55086 LEXIS NEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -30.00
04/12/2019 55087 MC MASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -709.95
04/12/2019 55088 MEDIACOM Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,270.90
04/12/2019 55089 NETWORK INNOVATIONS, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -104.00
04/12/2019 55090 NFP NATIONAL ACCOUNT SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,059.41
04/12/2019 55091 NHA ADVISORS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -9,150.00
04/12/2019 55092 NOR-CAL TELECOM Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -90.00
04/12/2019 55093 NUSO Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -245.73
04/12/2019 55094 OE PUBLIC & MISC EE'S Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -14,256.00
04/12/2019 55095 OLDCASTLE PRECAST INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -3,636.25
04/12/2019 55096 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -251.13
04/12/2019 55097 OWEN EQUIPMENT SALES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,019.65
04/12/2019 55098 PACE ENGINEERING, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,311.00
04/12/2019 55099 PACE SUPPLY #03391-00 Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,251.18
04/12/2019 55100 PEOPLE SERVICES, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -380.00
04/12/2019 55101 PETERSON Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -151.08
04/12/2019 55102 PG&E Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -36,078.72
04/12/2019 55103 PG&E CUSTOMER FUND MGMT PPC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -9.80
04/12/2019 55103 PG&E CUSTOMER FUND MGMT PPC Reversal Accounts Payable Outstanding Check Reversal 9.80
04/12/2019 55104 PITNEY BOWES - SUPPLIES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -195.75
04/12/2019 55105 PLAZA PAINT & SUPPLIES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -956.28
04/12/2019 55106 POLESTAR COMPUTERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,582.46

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Bank Transaction Report Issued Date Range: -
Issued Cleared
Date Date Number Description Module Status Type Amount
04/12/2019 55107 PRECISION WIRELESS SERVICE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -10,600.00
04/12/2019 55108 PRENTICE, LONG & EPPERSON Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -264.00
04/12/2019 55109 PRINTING SYSTEMS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -192.54
04/12/2019 55110 R.S. HUGHES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -24.23
04/12/2019 55111 RAINBOW AGRICULTURAL SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -45.67
04/12/2019 55112 REDWOOD COAST FUELS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -119.33
04/12/2019 55113 RICH-TED TRUCKING, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -660.00
04/12/2019 55114 RICOH, USA Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,121.35
04/12/2019 55115 ROBERT KELLEY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,280.43
04/12/2019 55116 ROGER WHEELER Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -260.00
04/12/2019 55117 ROSS RECREATION EQUIPMENT, INC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,100.38
04/12/2019 55118 ROY HASTINGS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,000.00
04/12/2019 55119 SAFETY-KLEEN CORPORATION Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -240.20
04/12/2019 55120 SHN CONSULTING ENGINEERS & GEO Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -561.25
04/12/2019 55121 SHRED-IT USA LLC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -58.89
04/12/2019 55122 STANDARD PRINTING COMPANY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,139.77
04/12/2019 55123 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -984.76
04/12/2019 55124 STAPLES CREDIT PLAN Reversal Accounts Payable Outstanding Check Reversal 120.54
04/12/2019 55124 STAPLES CREDIT PLAN Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -120.54
04/12/2019 55125 STEVE TORRIGINO Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -550.00
04/12/2019 55126 SUTTER LAKESIDE HOSPITAL Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -25.00
04/12/2019 55127 SYAR INDUSTRIES, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,578.04
04/12/2019 55128 THATCHER COMPANY OF CA., INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -3,367.91
04/12/2019 55129 THE UPS STORE #5161 Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -334.61
04/12/2019 55130 THE WORKS INC/MLS - LSQ FUNDING GROUP Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -3,360.28
04/12/2019 55131 TIRE HUB Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -533.88
04/12/2019 55132 TRI-CITIES ANSWERING SERVICE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -183.60
04/12/2019 55133 U.S. BANK Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -8,904.77
04/12/2019 55134 UNIVAR USA INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -4,837.72
04/12/2019 55135 US POSTMASTER - ARIZONA Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,852.35
04/12/2019 55136 VALLEY TOXICOLOGY SERVICES INC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -340.00
04/12/2019 55137 VERIZON WIRELESS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -434.66
04/12/2019 55138 WEST CONSULTANTS, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,006.25
04/12/2019 55139 WESTGATE PETROLEUM CO., INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -3,985.76
04/12/2019 55140 WILLDAN FINANCIAL SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,840.80
04/12/2019 DFT0001256 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -1,955.39
04/12/2019 DFT0001257 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -1,978.37
04/12/2019 DFT0001258 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,282.63
04/12/2019 DFT0001259 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,498.85
04/12/2019 DFT0001260 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -4,034.10
04/12/2019 DFT0001261 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -5,349.69
04/12/2019 DFT0001262 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -986.07
04/12/2019 DFT0001263 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,046.32

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Bank Transaction Report Issued Date Range: -
Issued Cleared
Date Date Number Description Module Status Type Amount
04/12/2019 DFT0001264 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -45.57
04/12/2019 DFT0001265 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -7.64
04/12/2019 DFT0001266 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -3,377.30
04/12/2019 DFT0001267 CA EMP DEVELOPMENT DEPT Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -3,627.43
04/12/2019 DFT0001268 CA EMP DEVELOPMENT DEPT Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -1,164.54
04/12/2019 DFT0001269 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -10,919.83
04/12/2019 DFT0001270 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -166.16
04/16/2019 55141 RETAIL STRATEGIES, LLC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -6,500.00
04/18/2019 55142 DEPT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,370.00
04/18/2019 55143 LAKEPORT DISPOSAL, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -31,163.70
04/25/2019 55155 COUNTY OF LAKE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,404.75
04/25/2019 55156 COUNTY OF LAKE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,404.75
04/26/2019 55148 AFLAC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -802.47
04/26/2019 55149 CA STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -507.74
04/26/2019 55150 LAKEPORT EMPLOYEE'S ASSOC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -375.00
04/26/2019 55151 LEGALSHIELD Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -221.30
04/26/2019 55152 LPOA Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -460.00
04/26/2019 55153 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTION Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,015.00
04/26/2019 55154 VALIC - C/O JP MORGAN CHASE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,644.75
04/26/2019 55157 ACE OF DIAMOND PRODUCTS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -183.76
04/26/2019 55158 ADAMS ASHBY GROUP, LLC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,530.00
04/26/2019 55159 ALPHA ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -617.00
04/26/2019 55160 AmWINS GROUP BENEFITS, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -18,368.24
04/26/2019 55161 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -11.07
04/26/2019 55162 AT&T Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -151.20
04/26/2019 55163 B & B INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -3,812.42
04/26/2019 55164 BADGER METER Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -780.00
04/26/2019 55165 CHRISP COMPANY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -15,501.90
04/26/2019 55166 CLEAR LAKE AUTO GLASS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -187.40
04/26/2019 55167 COUNTY OF LAKE - INFO TECH Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,355.50
04/26/2019 55168 COUNTY OF LAKE-AUDITOR Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -218,239.66
04/26/2019 55169 DALE STOEBE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -251.00
04/26/2019 55170 DAVIS TIRE & AUTO REPAIR Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -240.00
04/26/2019 55171 DEPT OF JUSTICE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -513.00
04/26/2019 55172 DEPT OF MOTOR VEHICLES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -52.00
04/26/2019 55173 DEPT OF WATER RESOURCES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -13,980.00
04/26/2019 55174 DOUG GRIDER Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -233.00
04/26/2019 55175 DUDE SOLUTIONS, INC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -6,506.25
04/26/2019 55176 DUNKEN PUMPS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -15.92
04/26/2019 55177 ENTERPRISE - EAN SERVICES, LLC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -38.78
04/26/2019 55178 FED EX Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -83.79
04/26/2019 55179 FERRELLGAS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -55.37
04/26/2019 55180 FOSTER MORRISON CONSULTING, LTD. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -9,180.00

5/1/2019 3:29:05 PM Page 4 of 7


Bank Transaction Report Issued Date Range: -
Issued Cleared
Date Date Number Description Module Status Type Amount
04/26/2019 55181 G & G PRINTING SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -647.06
04/26/2019 55182 HACH CHEMICAL COMPANY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -242.14
04/26/2019 55183 HOWELL CONSULTING, INC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -800.00
04/26/2019 55184 ICMA Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,056.00
04/26/2019 55185 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC MOTORS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,002.61
04/26/2019 55186 INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL INC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -750.65
04/26/2019 55187 INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTEM Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -80.75
04/26/2019 55188 JOHN HAMNER Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -90.00
04/26/2019 55189 JONES TOWING Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -150.00
04/26/2019 55190 KELSEYVILLE TNT MINI STORAGE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -415.00
04/26/2019 55191 KEVIN M. INGRAM Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -45.12
04/26/2019 55192 LAKE COUNTY ELECTRIC SUPPLY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -66.14
04/26/2019 55193 LAKE COUNTY LOCK & SAFE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -465.83
04/26/2019 55194 LAKE COUNTY NEWS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -169.00
04/26/2019 55195 LAKEPORT FAMILY ASSOCIATES, a Ca LP Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,486,306.00
04/26/2019 55196 LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -4,300.00
04/26/2019 55197 LEE'S SPORTING GOODS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -108.75
04/26/2019 55198 LINDA SOBIERAJ Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -180.00
04/26/2019 55199 MAGIC INTERIORS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -240.24
04/26/2019 55200 MARSH USA, INC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,800.39
04/26/2019 55201 MENDO MILL & LUMBER CO. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,097.11
04/26/2019 55202 MICHELLE HUMPHREY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -136.17
04/26/2019 55203 MYERS STEVENS & TOOHEY & CO. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -594.00
04/26/2019 55204 NFP NATIONAL ACCOUNT SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -1,038.02
04/26/2019 55205 NTU TECHNOLOGIES INC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -3,013.92
04/26/2019 55206 OCCU-MED, LTD. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -130.00
04/26/2019 55207 PAUL HARRIS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -233.00
04/26/2019 55208 PAUL R. CURREN Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -5,046.62
04/26/2019 55209 PEOPLE SERVICES, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -180.00
04/26/2019 55210 PG&E Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -9.80
04/26/2019 55211 PITNEY BOWES PURCHASE POWER Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -503.50
04/26/2019 55212 PLAZA PAINT & SUPPLIES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -217.53
04/26/2019 55213 RAINBOW AGRICULTURAL SERVICES Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -124.83
04/26/2019 55214 REMIF Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -142.00
04/26/2019 55215 REMIF Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -58,584.20
04/26/2019 55216 RICOH USA, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -47.85
04/26/2019 55217 RICOH, USA Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -514.77
04/26/2019 55218 ROBERT NISHIYAMA INVESTIGATIONS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -951.95
04/26/2019 55219 ROGERS' GLASS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -252.26
04/26/2019 55220 ROY HASTINGS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,000.00
04/26/2019 55221 SHRED-IT USA LLC Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -118.04
04/26/2019 55222 STANDARD PRINTING COMPANY Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -921.32
04/26/2019 55223 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -338.78

5/1/2019 3:29:05 PM Page 5 of 7


Bank Transaction Report Issued Date Range: -
Issued Cleared
Date Date Number Description Module Status Type Amount
04/26/2019 55224 SUTTER LAKESIDE HOSPITAL Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -75.00
04/26/2019 55225 THE WORKS INC/MLS - LSQ FUNDING GROUP Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -4,153.77
04/26/2019 55226 TRI-CITIES ANSWERING SERVICE Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -169.80
04/26/2019 55227 TUFTS POLYGRAPH & INVESTIGATIONS Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -250.00
04/26/2019 55228 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -41.80
04/26/2019 55229 VERIZON CONNECT NWF, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -189.50
04/26/2019 55230 WEST CONSULTANTS, INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,000.80
04/26/2019 55231 WESTGATE PETROLEUM CO., INC. Accounts Payable Outstanding Check -2,577.10
04/26/2019 DFT0001273 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -1,890.36
04/26/2019 DFT0001274 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -1,912.57
04/26/2019 DFT0001275 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,320.12
04/26/2019 DFT0001276 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,539.91
04/26/2019 DFT0001277 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -4,011.70
04/26/2019 DFT0001278 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -5,319.98
04/26/2019 DFT0001279 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -986.07
04/26/2019 DFT0001280 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -2,046.32
04/26/2019 DFT0001281 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -45.57
04/26/2019 DFT0001282 CALPERS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -7.64
04/26/2019 DFT0001283 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -3,485.92
04/26/2019 DFT0001284 CA EMP DEVELOPMENT DEPT Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -3,603.88
04/26/2019 DFT0001285 CA EMP DEVELOPMENT DEPT Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -1,190.01
04/26/2019 DFT0001286 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -10,722.38
04/26/2019 DFT0001287 IRS Accounts Payable Outstanding Bank Draft -314.96
Bank Account 15-0352000798 Total: (231) -2,321,216.78
Report Total: (231) -2,321,216.78

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Bank Transaction Report Issued Date Range: -

Summary
Bank Account Count Amount
15-0352000798 POOLED CASH BANK 231 -2,321,216.78
Report Total: 231 -2,321,216.78

Cash Account Count Amount


**No Cash Account** 1 0.00
998 998-0000-101000 POOLED CASH - WEST AMERICA 230 -2,321,216.78
Report Total: 231 -2,321,216.78

Transaction Type Count Amount


Bank Draft 45 -123,324.03
Check 184 -2,198,023.09
Check Reversal 2 130.34
Report Total: 231 -2,321,216.78

5/1/2019 3:29:05 PM Page 7 of 7


CITY OF LAKEPORT
City Council
City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Industrial Development Authority
Municipal Financing Agency of Lakeport

STAFF REPORT
RE: Continuation of Local Emergency Declaration – Mendocino MEETING DATE: 05/07/2019
Complex Fires

SUBMITTED BY: Margaret Silveira, City Manager

PURPOSE OF REPORT: Information only Discussion Action Item

WHAT IS BEING ASKED OF THE CITY COUNCIL/BOARD:


The City Council is being asked to review the need to continue the proclamation declaring a Local State
of Emergency due to conditions of extreme peril as a result of the River Fire, re-named along with the
Ranch Fire, the Mendocino Complex fire and provide direction.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:
On July 28, 2018, the Director of Emergency Services for the City of Lakeport declared a local State of
Emergency in connection with the conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property
within the city as a result of the River Fire, re-named the Mendocino Complex fire in combination with
the Ranch Fire. In accordance with the Emergency Services Act Section 8630(b) and Lakeport Municipal
Code section 2.28.130, the City Council ratified the declared emergency on July 30, 2018 under
Resolution 2679 (2018). Under Lakeport Municipal Code section 2.28.150, the City Council shall review,
at least every 14 days, the need for continuing the emergency declaration until the local emergency is
terminated.
The City Council, at a Special Meeting on August 13, 2018, continued the emergency declaration via
Resolution 2680 (2018). The City Council subsequently continued the emergency declaration on
August 21, 2018, September 18, 2018, October 2, 2018, October 16, 2018, November 6, 2018,
November 20, 2018, December 4, 2018, December 18, 2018, January 15, 2019, February 5, 2019,
February 19, 2019, March 5, 2019, March 19, 2019, April 2, 2019, and April 16, 2019. Since a need still
exists for the declaration, Council is asked to review and continue the declaration. Should the need
continue, staff will return this item at the next regularly scheduled City Council meeting.

OPTIONS:

Approve the need for the continuation of the proclamation declaring a Local State of Emergency due to
Mendocino Complex fire; or proclaim the termination of the Local State of Emergency

FISCAL IMPACT:
None $ Budgeted Item? Yes No

Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 1 Agenda Item #IV.D.


Budget Adjustment Needed? Yes No If yes, amount of appropriation increase: $
Affected fund(s): General Fund Water OM Fund Sewer OM Fund Other:
Comments:
SUGGESTED MOTIONS: Move to confirm the continuing existence of a local emergency in the City of
Lakeport.
Attachments: 1. Resolution No. 2679 (2018)

Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 2 Agenda Item #IV.D.


ATTACHMENT 1

RESOLUTION NO. 2679 (2018)

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKEPORT RATIFYING THE


DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY SERVICES’ PROCLAMATION OF A LOCAL EMERGENCY
IN THE CITY OF LAKEPORT

WHEREAS, Chapter 2.28 of the Lakeport Municipal Code, adopted as Ordinance


Number 832 of the City of Lakeport empowers the Director of Emergency Services to proclaim
the existence or threatened existence of a local emergency when the City of Lakeport is
affected or likely to be affected by a public calamity and the City Council is not in session,
subject to ratification by the City Council within seven (7) days; and

WHEREAS, conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property have arisen
within this City as a result of a fire commencing on or about 1:01 p.m. on the 27th day of
JuneJuly, 2018, called the River Fire and later re-named the Mendocino Complex along with the
Ranch Fire, which commenced on or about 12:05 p.m. on the 27th day of July, 2018, at which
time the City Council of the City of Lakeport was not in session; and

WHEREAS, the City Manager, acting as the Director of Emergency Services of the City of
Lakeport, did proclaim the existence of a local emergency within the City on the 28th day of
July, 2018; and

WHEREAS, the Governor of the State of California proclaimed a state of emergency in


the Lake County as a result of the Mendocino Complex on the 28th day of July, 2018; and

WHEREAS, the City Council does hereby find that aforesaid conditions of extreme peril
did warrant and necessitate the proclamation of existence of a local emergency.

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED AND ORDERED that the City Council hereby
proclaims a local emergency due to the existence or threatened existence of conditions of
disaster or of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property within the City of Lakeport;
and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED that the Director of Emergency Services’


Proclamation of Existence of a Local Emergency is hereby ratified and confirmed; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED that the local emergency shall be deemed to
continue to exist until its termination is proclaimed by the City Council of the City of Lakeport;
and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED that during the existence of this local
emergency the powers, functions and duties of the Disaster Council of the City of Lakeport and
its Director of Emergency Services shall be those prescribed by state law, and by the ordinances
and resolutions of this City; and

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ATTACHMENT 1
CITY OF LAKEPORT
City Council
City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Industrial Development Authority
Municipal Financing Agency of Lakeport

STAFF REPORT
RE: Continuation of Local Emergency Declaration – February MEETING DATE: 05/07/2019
Storms

SUBMITTED BY: Margaret Silveira, City Manager

PURPOSE OF REPORT: Information only Discussion Action Item

WHAT IS BEING ASKED OF THE CITY COUNCIL/BOARD:


The City Council is being asked to review the need to continue the proclamation declaring a Local State
of Emergency due to conditions of extreme peril as a result of the February 2019 Storms and provide
direction.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:
On February 28, 2019, the Director of Emergency Services for the City of Lakeport declared a local State
of Emergency in connection with the conditions of extreme peril to the safety of persons and property
within the city as a result of the February 2019 storms. In accordance with the Emergency Services Act
Section 8630(b) and Lakeport Municipal Code section 2.28.130, the City Council ratified the declared
emergency on March 5, 2019, March 19, 2019, April 2, 2019, and April 16, 2019 under Resolution 2704
(2019). Under Lakeport Municipal Code section 2.28.150, the City Council shall review, at least every 14
days, the need for continuing the emergency declaration until the local emergency is terminated.
Since a need still exists for the declaration, Council is asked to review and continue the declaration.
Should the need continue, staff will return this item at the next regularly scheduled City Council
meeting.

OPTIONS:

Approve the need for the continuation of the proclamation declaring a Local State of Emergency due to
the February 2019 storms; or proclaim the termination of the Local State of Emergency

FISCAL IMPACT:
None $ Budgeted Item? Yes No
Budget Adjustment Needed? Yes No If yes, amount of appropriation increase: $
Affected fund(s): General Fund Water OM Fund Sewer OM Fund Other:
Comments:

Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 1 Agenda Item #IV.E.


SUGGESTED MOTIONS: Move to confirm the continuing existence of a local emergency in the City of
Lakeport.
Attachments: 1. Resolution No. 2704 (2019)

Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 2 Agenda Item #IV.E.


ATTACHMENT 1
ATTACHMENT 1
03/11/2019 2019-013
X 04/02/2019
From: Wanda Gray
To: Hilary Britton
Cc: Lisa Davey-Bates
Subject: Re: <SPAM> Application 2019-013 - Rhythm & Brews
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 9:45:38 AM

Hillary

LTA is good!

Thank you,

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>>> Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com> 3/12/2019 9:32 AM >>>


Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-013 for the Rhythm and Brews event to be held in Library Park, for your review and comments.

We would like to submit this for Council approval at the 04/02/2019 meeting, so please have your comments back to me by 03/26/2019.

Thanks!

Hilary Britton
Deputy City Clerk
City of Lakeport
225 Park Street
Lakeport, CA  95453
(707) 263-5615 x102
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From: jferguson
To: Hilary Britton
Subject: Re: Application 2019-013 - Rhythm & Brews
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 1:26:49 PM
Attachments: image002.png

Police concerns as to alcohol permits/control of alcohol sales.  Need to meet with Doug Grider
to discuss this application.

On March 12, 2019 at 9:32 AM Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com>


wrote:

Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-013 for the Rhythm and Brews event to be
held in Library Park, for your review and comments.

We would like to submit this for Council approval at the 04/02/2019 meeting, so
please have your comments back to me by 03/26/2019.

Thanks!

Hilary Britton

Deputy City Clerk

City of Lakeport

225 Park Street

Lakeport, CA  95453

(707) 263-5615 x102

hbritton@cityoflakeport.com

             

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From: Doug Grider
To: Ron Ladd; Hilary Britton
Subject: RE: Application 2019-013 - Rhythm & Brews
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 6:04:16 PM
Attachments: image002.png

Absolutley, we need to set up a meeting.


 
Doug
 
From: Ron Ladd
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 9:44 AM
To: Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com>
Cc: Doug Grider <dgrider@cityoflakeport.com>
Subject: Re: Application 2019-013 - Rhythm & Brews
 
Good morning all,
 This is a new event & has multiple vendors that include beer sales. Should we meet with them before it goes to
council?
 
Ron
Sent from my Verizon LG Smartphone
 
------ Original message------
From: Hilary Britton
Date: Tue, Mar 12, 2019 9:32 AM
To: Amanda Frazell (Dean.Eichelmann@lakecountyca.gov);Cheryl Bennett
(cheryl.bennett@lakecountyca.gov);Cynthia Ader;Daniel Chance;Doug Grider;Executive Management;Jason
Ferguson;Jim Kennedy;Linda Sobieraj;'Lisa Davey-Bates';Lori Price (lorip@co.lake.ca.us);Matt Hartzog;Mike
Sobieraj;Pheakdey Preciado (pheakdey.preciado@lakecountyca.gov);Rebekah Dolby;Ron Ladd;Sheriff's Dept
(records@lakecountyca.gov);Tina Rubin (Tina.Rubin@lakecountyca.gov);'Wanda Gray';
Cc:
Subject:Application 2019-013 - Rhythm & Brews
 
Hi all,
 
Please find attached application 2019-013 for the Rhythm and Brews event to be held in Library
Park, for your review and comments.
 
We would like to submit this for Council approval at the 04/02/2019 meeting, so please have your
comments back to me by 03/26/2019.
 
Thanks!
 
Hilary Britton
Deputy City Clerk
City of Lakeport
225 Park Street
Lakeport, CA  95453
(707) 263-5615 x102
Hilary Britton

From: jferguson <jferguson@lakeportpolice.org>


Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 2:58 PM
To: Hilary Britton
Subject: Re: Application 2019-013 - Rhythm & Brews

Police Concerns:

Extra patrol will be needed periodically throughout the event. Additionally, the promoters of the event will
need to adhere to the alcohol restrictions as listed on the ABC permit and will need to ensure wrist bands are
worn within the confined beer garden area.
On March 12, 2019 at 9:32 AM Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com> wrote:

Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-013 for the Rhythm and Brews event to be held in Library
Park, for your review and comments.

We would like to submit this for Council approval at the 04/02/2019 meeting, so please have
your comments back to me by 03/26/2019.

Thanks!

Hilary Britton

Deputy City Clerk

City of Lakeport

225 Park Street

Lakeport, CA 95453

(707) 263-5615 x102

hbritton@cityoflakeport.com

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CITY OF LAKEPORT
City Council
City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Industrial Development Agency
Municipal Financing Agency of Lakeport

STAFF REPORT
RE: Application for Use of Public Areas Request for a Downtown MEETING DATE: 05/07/2019
Criterium Bicycle Race

SUBMITTED BY: Brad Rasmussen, Chief of Police

PURPOSE OF REPORT: Information only Discussion Action Item

WHAT IS BEING ASKED OF THE CITY COUNCIL/BOARD:


The City Council is being asked to approve the Application for Use of Public Areas requested by the Main Street
Elite Cycling Team to hold a Criterium Bicycle Race in Downtown Lakeport.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:
The Main Street Elite Cycling Team is requesting to hold their third annual Downtown Criterium bicycle race
on June 29, 2019 on Main, Forbes, Fourth and Armstrong Streets. This year, the event will also feature a
waterslide attraction on Third Street between Main and Park Streets. The hours of street closures needed
for the event will be approximately 8 AM to 10 PM. The closures will be on Main and Forbes Streets
between the north side of Martin Street and the south side of Fifth Street and Armstrong and Fourth Streets
between Main and Forbes Streets and Third Street between Main and Park Streets.

The agreement between the City and Main Street Elite Cycling further describes the event and party
requirements. The event promoters should continue to meet with city staff to ensure that all concerns are
addressed before the event.

OPTIONS:
Council can approve the Application for Use of Public Areas requested by the Main Street Elite Cycling Team
to hold a Criterium bicycle race in Downtown Lakeport or provide alternate direction to staff.

FISCAL IMPACT:
None $3800 for staffing @event Budgeted Item? Yes No
Budget Adjustment Needed? Yes No If yes, amount of appropriation increase: $
Affected fund(s): General Fund Water OM Fund Sewer OM Fund Other:
Comments:

SUGGESTED MOTIONS:

Meeting Date: 05/07/2018 Page 1 Agenda Item #IV.G.


Move to approve the Lakeport Criterium event application and agreement between the City of Lakeport and
Main Street Elite Cycling and require event staff to continue to meet with city staff to ensure that all concerns
and requirements are met prior to the event.

Attachments: 1. Agreement

Meeting Date: 05/07/2018 Page 2 Agenda Item #IV.G.


ATTACHMENT 1

LAKEPORT TWILIGHT CRITERIUM AGREEMENT

This Agreement is entered into as of this __ day of _______________, 2019 by and


among David R. Garzoli, an individual and race director, and Main Street Elite Cycling Team,
a California non-profit corporation (collectively, “Main Street Elite Cycling Team”), and the
City of Lakeport, a municipal corporation organized under the laws of the State of California
(“City”). Main Street Elite Cycling Team and City are hereinafter collectively referred to as
the “Parties” and individually as a “Party.”

WHEREAS, USA Cycling is a registered Colorado non-profit corporation;

WHEREAS, the Main Street Elite Cycling Team is a USA Cycling registered cycling
team based in Lake County, California;

WHEREAS, David R. Garzoli is the race director registered with USA Cycling the
Lakeport Twilight Criterium, as defined below;

WHEREAS, Main Street Elite Cycling Team intends to sanction a criterium bike race
in the City on June 29, 2019 (“Lakeport Twilight Criterium”) as well as provide race officials,
official timing and scoring for the Lakeport Twilight Criterium;

WHEREAS, Main Street Elite Cycling Team has received a USA Cycling Permit No.
2019-1878 for the Lakeport Twilight Criterium under the Event Name: “RPP Hobby Lakeport
Twilight Criterium”;

WHEREAS, the City has agreed to allow the Lakeport Twilight Criterium bike race
in its downtown subject to receipt of adequate indemnity, insurance and other rights; and

WHEREAS, Main Street Elite Cycling Team wishes to provide such assurances to
facilitate the Lakeport Twilight Criterium, foster good will and grow the cycling community
in Lake County and surrounding regions.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the promises and covenants contained


herein and for other good and valuable consideration, the sufficiency and receipt of which are
hereby acknowledged, the Parties hereby agree as follows:

1. Term. The term of this Agreement shall begin as of the date set forth above
(the “Effective Date”) and, unless earlier terminated in accordance with the terms set forth
herein, shall continue through and including July 31, 2019 (the “Term”).

2. City Obligations. City shall have the following obligations (collectively, the
“City Obligations”):

A. City Obligation Specifications. City shall provide the following in accordance


with the operational and technical specifications set forth on Exhibit “A”:

(i) Police Services: Local police services to work in coordination with the
California State Patrol, the California Department of Transportation, Main Street Elite
Cycling Team, and Main Street Elite Cycling Team volunteers; and

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(ii) Public Works: Public works services to secure road closures.

B. Media and Marketing Plan Cooperation. City will reasonably cooperate with
the media and marketing plan of Main Street Elite Cycling Team for the Lakeport Twilight
Criterium.

C. Water Service. The City shall authorize the use of City water for the Summer
Splash Waterslide (“Waterslide”) required under Section 3.K of this Agreement. City staff
will assist with hooking up metered water service to the Waterslide. Water use will be
metered.

3. Main Street Elite Cycling Team Obligations. Main Street Elite Cycling
Team shall have the following obligations (collectively, the “Main Street Elite Cycling Team
Obligations”):

A. Race Course. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall design the Lakeport
Twilight Criterium race course subject to the approval of City Manager. Race course shall be
designed to ensure the safety of competitors, spectators, volunteers, and the public, and both
private and public property. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall accordingly ensure
competitors are provided advance notice of the race course and any roadway characteristics or
potential impediments.

B. No Roadway Alterations. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall not alter any
City road ways, fixtures, signage, traffic direction signs, or similar signs. Main Street Elite
Cycling Team shall not apply any paint or other markings to the roadways, sidewalks, or other
public right-of-ways.

C. Mark the Race Lane. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall clearly indicate the
race lane for the Lakeport Twilight Criterium. Race lane shall be clearly marked to ensure the
safety of competitors, spectators, volunteers, and the public, and both private and public
property. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall install race course barricades and barriers as
needed to ensure the safety of competitors, spectators, volunteers, and the public, and both
private and public property in consultation with the City Public Works Department.

D. Mark Safe Spectator Locations. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall clearly
indicate safe locations for spectators to view the race. Designated spectator locations shall
ensure the safety of competitors, spectators, volunteers, and the public, and both private and
public property.

E. No Parking. No later than one week before the Lakeport Twilight Criterium,
Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall delivery written notice to all residences along the race
course regarding the road closures and no parking restrictions during the race. Written notice
may be provided by distributing flyers to residences. No later than 24 hours before the first
road closure, Main Street Elite Cycling Team will post no parking and tow away signs for the
entire race course to allow Lakeport police to tow away any vehicles left on the race course
prior to commencement of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium. Main Street Elite Cycling Team
shall bear the sole cost and expense of procuring and posting no parking and tow away signs
in a quantity deemed sufficient by the Chief of Police.

F. Notice to Local Businesses. No later than a month before the Lakeport


Twilight Criterium, Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall personally contact each business

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and residence owner on the race course and inform them of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium
and road closures.

G. Race Inspection. Prior to, and during the course of the Lakeport Twilight
Criterium, the Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall inspect the race course, and continuously
inspect the race course, for any dangerous conditions and safety hazards to ensure the safety
of competitors, spectators, volunteers, and the pubic, and both private and public property and
take appropriate action to repair, redirect, bypass, or abandon any portion of the race location
or the race itself.

H. Required Equipment and Equipment Inspections. Main Street Elite Cycling


Team shall be responsible for requiring and ensuring that competitors use all necessary safety
equipment, including cycling helmets and cycling glasses. Main Street Elite Cycling Team
shall be responsible for requiring and ensuring that competitors use bicycles and other racing
equipment that are in good working order. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall be
responsible for inspecting competitor equipment and competitor safety equipment.

I. Credentials. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall be responsible for producing
credentials for volunteers, City employees, members of the media, and operational personnel.

J. Portable Restrooms: Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall provide portable
public restroom facilities on the day of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium.

K. Summer Splash Waterslide. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall arrange for
California RampWorks, a California corporation (“RampWorks”) to provide a Waterslide, as
described in Exhibit C, to be located on Third Street between Main and Park Streets. Main
Street Elite Cycling Team shall ensure that RampWorks staff supervise the Waterslide at all
times as detailed in Exhibit C. Use of the Waterslide shall cease if winds are sustained at 30
miles per hour or higher or conditions are otherwise determined to be materially different
from those ordinarily encountered and generally recognized as inherent in Waterslide
operation.

L. Water Service. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall pay for water provided by
the City for the Waterslide based on a rate of N/C. City shall provide an invoice detailing the
amount of water used and the total cost, which Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall pay
within 30 days of receipt.

M. Waste Management/Trash Removal/Recycling: Main Street Elite Cycling


Team shall provide or arrange for waste management, trash removal, and recycling services
during and following the conclusion of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium.

N. EMS/EMT Services: Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall coordinate with
local emergency medical services to appropriately serve competitors and the general public at
and on the day of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium.

O. Volunteers: Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall be responsible for the
recruitment, selection, management, and training of all volunteers. Main Street Elite Cycling
Team shall be responsible for the management and oversight of volunteers at and on the day
of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall require all
volunteers sign a standard Waiver and Release of Liability, Assumption of Risk and

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Indemnity Agreement form set forth on Exhibit “B” and provide a copy of each signed
Waiver and Release to the City.

P. Race Competitors: Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall require all
competitors sign a standard Waiver and Release of Liability, Assumption of Risk and
Indemnity Agreement form set forth on Exhibit “B” and provide a copy of each signed
Waiver and Release to the City.

4. Financial.

A. Food and Beverage Concessions. Main Street Elite Cycling Team may offer
food and alcoholic beverage concessions and other concessions for purchase on the day of the
Lakeport Twilight Criterium. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall be responsible for
ensuring it obtains, at Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s sole cost and expense, all permits and
regulatory approvals necessary, including a current City business license and Lake County
Health Department permits. Alcohol sales are permitted only if Main Street Elite Cycling
Team or its designee obtains all necessary state and local permits and complies with all
federal, state and local law. Main Street Elite Cycling Team may retain all revenues derived
from the concessions and shall be responsible for all expenses attendant to such concessions.

B. Ancillary Events. Main Street Elite Cycling Team may create, organize, and
present ancillary events to the Lakeport Twilight Criterium, provided City has approves such
events in advance in writing, and Main Street Elite Cycling Team may retain all revenues
generated thereby. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall be responsible for all expenses of
creating, organizing, and presenting such ancillary events.

5. Representations and Warranties.

A. By Main Street Elite Cycling Team. Main Street Elite Cycling Team represents
and warrants that:

(i) It has the full right, power and legal authority to enter into and fully
perform this Agreement in accordance with its terms without violating the rights of any other
person, party, or entity, that there are no other agreements or commitments, oral or written,
that will interfere with its full performance hereunder and that it will fully comply with all
federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations applicable to the day-to-day conduct of its
business and to its obligations and performances hereunder; and

(ii) It will comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and ordinances
pertaining to the promotion and conduct of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium.

(iii) It is an event organizer and/or promoter of the Lakeport Twilight


Criterium, has obtained an Event Permit from USA Cycling for specific event and date of the
Lakeport Twilight Criterium, No. 2019-1878, and is a Named Insured on any insurance
policies required under the Agreement, including but not limited to insurance policies that
provide coverage to USA Cycling or are provided by or through USA Cycling.

B. By City. City represents and warrants that:

(i) It has the full right, power and legal authority to enter into and fully
perform this Agreement in accordance with its terms without violating the rights of any other
person, party, or entity, that there are no other agreements or commitments, oral or written,
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that will interfere with its full performance hereunder and that it will fully comply with all
federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations applicable to the day-to-day conduct of its
business and to its obligations and performances hereunder; and

(ii) It will comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and ordinances
pertaining to the promotion and conduct of the Lakeport Twilight Criterium.

6. Indemnification.

A. Indemnification. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Main Street Elite


Cycling Team shall indemnify, hold harmless, and when the City requests with respect to a
claim provide a deposit for the defense of, and defend City, its officers, agents, employees and
volunteers from and against any and all claims, losses, costs and expenses for any damage due
to death or injury to any person, whether physical, emotional, consequential or otherwise, and
injury to any property arising out of or in connection with Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s
alleged negligence, recklessness or willful misconduct or other wrongful acts, errors or
omissions of Main Street Elite Cycling Team or any of its officers, employees, servants,
agents, volunteers, subcontractors, or anyone directly or indirectly employed by either Main
Street Elite Cycling Team or its subcontractors in the performance of this Agreement or the
Lakeport Twilight Criterium or its failure to comply with any of its obligations contained in
this Agreement, except such loss or damage which is caused by the sole active negligence or
willful misconduct of the City. Such costs and expenses shall include reasonable attorneys’
fees due to counsel of City’s choice, expert fees and all other expenses of litigation. Main
Street Elite Cycling Team shall not be entitled to any refund of attorneys’ fees, defense costs
or expenses in the event that it is adjudicated to have been non-negligent. Main Street Elite
Cycling Team acknowledges that City would not enter into this Agreement in the absence of
Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s commitment to indemnify and protect City as set forth
herein.

B. Obligations Not Limited. The obligations of Main Street Elite Cycling Team
under this Section of this Agreement are not limited by the provisions of any workers’
compensation or similar statute. Main Street Elite Cycling Team expressly waives its statutory
immunity under such statutes as to City, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers.

C. Subcontractors, Entities, and All Persons Involved with Performance. Main


Street Elite Cycling Team agrees to obtain executed indemnity agreements with provisions
identical to those set forth here in this Section of this Agreement from each and every
subcontractor or any other person or entity involved by, for, with or on behalf of Main Street
Elite Cycling Team in the performance of this Agreement or the Lakeport Twilight Criterium.
If Main Street Elite Cycling Team fails to obtain such indemnity obligations from others,
Main Street Elite Cycling Team agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend City, its
officers, agents, employees and volunteers from and against any and all claims, losses, costs
and expenses for any damage due to death or injury to any person and injury to any property
resulting from any alleged intentional, reckless, negligent, or otherwise wrongful acts, errors
or omissions of Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s subcontractors or any other person or entity
involved by, for, with or on behalf of Main Street Elite Cycling Team in the performance of
this Agreement or the Lakeport Twilight Criterium. Such costs and expenses shall include
reasonable attorneys’ fees incurred by counsel of City’s choice.

D. No Waiver. City does not, and shall not, waive any rights that it may possess
against Main Street Elite Cycling Team because of the acceptance by City, or the deposit with
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City, of any insurance policy or certificate required pursuant to this Agreement. This hold
harmless and indemnification provision shall apply whether or not any insurance policies
apply to a claim, demand, damage, liability, loss, cost or expense.

E. Waive any Claims. Notwithstanding any federal, state, or local policy, rule,
regulation, law or ordinance to the contrary, Main Street Elite Cycling Team and any of its
employees, agents, volunteers, and subcontractors providing service under this Agreement
shall not qualify for or become entitled to, and hereby agree to waive any claims to, any
compensation, benefit, or any incident of employment by City, including but not limited to
eligibility to enroll in CalPERS as an employee of City and entitlement to any contribution to
be paid by City for employer contribution and/or employee contributions for CalPERS
benefits.

7. Insurance.

A. During the term of this Agreement, Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall
carry, maintain, and keep in full force and effect insurance against claims for death or injuries
to persons or damages to property that may arise from or in connection with Main Street Elite
Cycling Team’s performance of this Agreement or the Lakeport Twilight Criterium.

B. Any available insurance proceeds broader than or in excess of the specified


minimum Insurance coverage requirements or limits shall be available to City as an
Additional Insured as provided below. Furthermore, the requirements for coverage and limits
shall be the greater of (i) the minimum coverage and limits specified in this Agreement, or (ii)
the broader coverage and maximum limits of coverage of any Insurance policy or proceeds
available to the named Insured.

C. Insurance required under this Agreement shall be of the types set forth below,
with minimum coverage as described:

(i) Comprehensive General Liability Insurance with coverage limits of not


less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for each occurrence and Three Million
($3,000,000) in the aggregate, including products and operations hazard, contractual
insurance, broad form property damage, independent consultants, and personal injury.

(ii) Automobile Liability Insurance for vehicles used in connection with the
performance of this Agreement with minimum limits of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per
claimant and One Million dollars ($1,000,000) per incident.

(iii) Worker’s Compensation insurance if and as required by the laws of the


State of California.

(iv) Umbrella and/or Excess Liability insurance with limits not less than
Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000) each occurrence and not less than Four Million dollars
($4,000,000) in the aggregate shall apply in excess of and on a following form basis to the
primary Commercial General Liability, Automobile Liability and Employer’s Liability
policies; and

(v) Any other insurance necessary and appropriate for the staging of the
Lakeport Twilight Criterium as determined by Main Street Elite Cycling Team.

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D. In addition to the insurance required above, Main Street Elite Cycling Team
shall maintain or ensure is maintained a separate insurance policy for the Waterslide required
under Section 3.K of this Agreement, with minimum coverage as described:

(i) Comprehensive General Liability Insurance with coverage limits of not


less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) for each occurrence and Two Million
($2,000,000) in the aggregate, including products and operations hazard, contractual
insurance, broad form property damage, independent consultants, and personal injury.

(ii) Umbrella and/or Excess Liability insurance with limits not less than
Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) each occurrence and not less than Five Million dollars
($5,000,000) in the aggregate shall apply in excess of and on a following form basis to the
primary Commercial General Liability, Automobile Liability and Employer’s Liability
policies; and

E. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall require each of its subcontractors to
maintain insurance coverage that meets all of the requirements of this Agreement provided.

F. The policy or policies required by this Agreement shall be issued by an insurer


admitted in the State of California and with a rating of at least A:VII in the latest edition of
Best’s Insurance Guide.

G. Main Street Elite Cycling Team agrees that if it does not keep the insurance
coverages required by this Agreement in full force and effect, City may either (i) immediately
terminate this Agreement; or (ii) take out the necessary insurance and pay the premium(s)
thereon at Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s expense.

H. At all times during the term of this Agreement, Main Street Elite Cycling
Team shall maintain on file with City’s Risk Manager a certificate or certificates of insurance
showing that the required coverages are in effect and naming City and its officers, employees,
agents and volunteers as Additional Insureds. At least 15 days prior to the Lakeport Twilight
Criterium under this Agreement, Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall file with City’s Risk
Manager such certificate(s) and Forms CG 20 10 07 04 and CG 20 37 07 04 or the substantial
equivalent showing City as an Additional Insured.

I. Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall provide proof that all policies of
insurance required by this Agreement expiring during the term of this Agreement have been
renewed or replaced with other policies providing at least the same coverage. Such proof will
be furnished at least two weeks prior to the expiration of the coverages.

J. The general liability and automobile policies of insurance required by this


Agreement shall contain an endorsement naming City and its officers, employees, agents and
volunteers as Additional Insureds. The parties agree that this Agreement satisfies any
requirements of USA Cycling for providing additional insured status to the City and its
officers, employees, agents and volunteers for the general liability and automobile policies of
insurance required by this Agreement. All of the policies required under this Agreement shall
contain an endorsement providing that the policies cannot be canceled or reduced except on
thirty days’ prior written notice to City. Main Street Elite Cycling Team agrees to require its
insurer to modify the certificates of insurance to delete any exculpatory wording stating that
failure of the insurer to mail written notice of cancellation imposes no obligation, and to
delete the word “endeavor” with regard to any notice provisions.

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K. The insurance provided by Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall be primary to
any other coverage available to City. Any insurance or self-insurance maintained by City
and/or its officers, employees, agents or volunteers shall be in excess of Main Street Elite
Cycling Team’s insurance and shall not contribute with it.

L. All insurance coverage provided pursuant to this Agreement shall not prohibit
Main Street Elite Cycling Team, and Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s employees, agents, or
subcontractors, from waiving the right of subrogation prior to a loss. Main Street Elite
Cycling Team hereby waives all rights of subrogation against the City.

M. Any deductibles or self-insured retentions must be declared to and approved by


the City. At the option of City, Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall either reduce or
eliminate the deductibles or self-insured retentions with respect to City, or Main Street Elite
Cycling Team shall procure a bond in the amount of the deductible or self-insured retention to
guarantee payment of losses and expenses.

N. Procurement of insurance by Main Street Elite Cycling Team shall not be


construed as a limitation of Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s liability or as full performance
of Main Street Elite Cycling Team’s duties to indemnify, hold harmless and defend under
Section 6 of this Agreement.

O. Main Street Elite Cycling Team may be self-insured under the terms of this
Agreement only with express written approval from the City.

(i) All self-insured retentions (SIR) must be disclosed to the City for
approval and shall not reduce the limits of liability.

(ii) Policies containing any SIR provision shall provide or be endorsed to


provide that the SIR may be satisfied by either the named Insured or the City.

P. City reserves the right to obtain a full certified copy of any Insurance policy
and endorsements. Failure to exercise this right shall not constitute a waiver of the right to
exercise later.

8. Termination.

A. Termination without Cause. Either Party may terminate this Agreement for any
reason on sixty calendar days’ written notice to the other Party. Main Street Elite Cycling
Team agrees to cease all work under this Agreement on or before the effective date of any
notice of termination.

B. Termination with Cause. Either Party may terminate this Agreement with no
liability to the terminating party at any time, upon written notice to the other Party, and upon
the occurrence of one or more of the following events:

(i) Material breach of any covenant, agreement, representation, warranty,


term, or condition of this Agreement; or

(ii) A Party becomes insolvent, fails to pay its debts or perform its
obligations in the ordinary course of its business as they become due. The parties agree that
the covenants contained in Section 3 of this Agreement shall survive the expiration or
termination of this Agreement.
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C. Surviving Covenants. The Parties agree that the covenants contained in Section
6 of this Agreement (“Indemnification”) and Section 7 of this Agreement (“Insurance”) shall
survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement.

9. Independent Contractors. Main Street Elite Cycling Team and City are
independent contractors with respect to each other and nothing herein shall be deemed or
construed to create any partnership, joint venture, or agency relationship between them.
Neither Party shall have any authority to contract or bind the other Party in any manner and
shall not represent itself as the agent of the other.

10. General.

A. Assignment. Parties may not assign any rights or obligations under this
Agreement or this Agreement itself, in whole or in part, without the prior express written
consent of the other Party.

B. Notices. Except as expressly provided to the contrary herein, any notice,


consent, report, documents or other item to be given, delivered, furnished or received
hereunder shall be deemed given, delivered, furnished and received when given in writing and
personally delivered to and received by an officer or designated employee of the applicable
Party, to seventy-two (72) hours after the same is deposited in the United States mail, postage
prepaid, registered or certified first class mail, return receipt requested addressed as set forth
below, or to such other address as either of the parties shall advise the other in writing or sent
by confirmed facsimile transmission:

If to City: If to Main Street Elite Cycling Team:

Margaret Silveira David R. Garzoli


City Manager Main Street Elite Cycling Team
225 Park Street PO Box 1686
Lakeport, CA 95453 Lakeport, CA 95453
Telephone: (707) 263-5615 x32 Telephone: (707) 225-0220
Facsimile: (707) 263-8584 Facsimile: (707) 254-8554

With courtesy copy to: If to David R. Garzoli:

David J. Ruderman, City Attorney David R. Garzoli


Colantuono, Highsmith & Whatley, PC 170 Deer Hill Lane
420 Sierra College Drive, Suite 140 Lakeport, CA 95453
Grass Valley, California 95945-5091 Telephone: (707) 349-0149
Telephone: (530) 432-7357
Facsimile: (530) 432-7356

C. Entire Agreement; Modifications. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement


of the Parties hereto pertaining to the subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior
agreements and understandings between the Parties with respect to the subject matter hereof.
This Agreement may not be modified, amended or supplemented or otherwise changed,
except by a written document executed by an authorized representative of each of the Parties
hereto.

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D. No Waiver of Rights and Breaches. No failure or delay of any Party in the exercise
of any right given to such Party hereunder shall constitute a waiver thereof, nor shall any
single or partial exercise of any such right preclude other or further exercise thereof or of any
other right. The waiver by a Party of any default of any other Party hereunder shall not be
deemed to be a waiver of any such subsequent default or other default of any Party.

E. Captions. Section headings used in this Agreement are for convenience of


reference only and shall not affect the construction of any provision of this Agreement.

F. Successors and Assigns. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the
benefit of the Parties hereto and their respective successors and authorized assigns.

G. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be deemed to be a contract made under the
laws of the State of California and for all purposes governed by and construed in accordance
with the laws of the State of California.

H. Construction of Agreement. Each Party acknowledges that it has participated in


the negotiation of this Agreement and that no provision of this Agreement shall be construed
against or interpreted to the disadvantage of any Party hereto by any court or other
governmental or judicial authority by reason of such Party having or deemed to have
structured, dictated or drafted such provision.

I. Relationship of Parties. This Agreement shall neither be deemed nor construed to


create a joint venture or partnership between Main Street Elite Cycling Team and City, nor
shall this Agreement be deemed or construed as making either Party the agent or
representative of the other Party. Neither Party shall have the authority to bind the other Party
in any respect.

J. Compliance with Law, Rules and Regulations. The Parties agree to comply with
all federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, orders, rules and regulations applicable to the
performance of their respective obligations under this Agreement, both now existing and as
such may hereinafter be adopted.

K. Exhibits. The documents attached hereto as exhibits are incorporated by reference


herein and made a part of this Agreement as if fully set forth herein.

L. Severability. The determination that any provision of this Agreement is invalid or


unenforceable shall not invalidate this Agreement, all of such provisions being inserted
conditionally upon their being considered legally valid, and this Agreement shall be construed
and performed in all respects as if such invalid or unenforceable provision(s) were omitted.

M. Exclusive Jurisdiction. The Parties agree that venue of any judicial action in
connection with this Agreement shall lie exclusively in the state court located in Lake County,
California.

N. Further Assurances. The Parties agree to execute and deliver, or cause to be


executed and delivered, such instruments and documents as either Party may reasonably
request or require to carry out more effectively the purpose and intent of this Agreement.

O. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each


of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which taken together shall constitute one and
the same agreement.
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P. No Third Party Beneficiaries. It is expressly understood that there are no third
party beneficiaries to this Agreement.

Q. Immunity Preservation. To the extent permitted by applicable law nothing


contained herein shall be deemed to waive any immunity available to City.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have caused their duly authorized
representatives to execute this Agreement on their respective behalf, all as of the day and year
first above written.

MAIN STREET ELITE CYCLING TEAM

By: _________________________

Name: ____________________

Title: ____________________

DAVID R. GARZOLI

By
David R. Garzoli As an Individual and Race Director

CITY OF LAKEPORT

By
Margaret Silveira
City Manager

ATTEST:

By
Kelly Buendia
City Clerk

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EXHIBIT A

[Attach Main Street Elite Cycling Team application, course map and comments from
Lakeport Police Department and Public Works regarding cost and scope of services]

EXHIBIT A
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2019-012
04/02/2019
From: Wanda Gray
To: Hilary Britton
Cc: Lisa Davey-Bates
Subject: Re: <SPAM> Application 2019-012 - Twilight Criterium Race
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 9:44:32 AM

Hillary

LTA is good! 

Thank you,

Wanda Gray

Director Regional Operations


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>>> Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com> 3/12/2019 9:26 AM >>>


Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-012 for the 2019 RPP Hobby Lakeport Twilight Criterium for your review and
comments.
From: jferguson
To: Hilary Britton
Subject: Re: Application 2019-012 - Twilight Criterium Race
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 1:28:28 PM
Attachments: image002.png

Need to meet with Doug Grider regarding concerns for water slid and children being too close
to race event.

On March 12, 2019 at 9:26 AM Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com>


wrote:

Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-012 for the 2019 RPP Hobby Lakeport
Twilight Criterium for your review and comments.

We would like to submit this for Council approval at the 04/02/2019 meeting, so
please have your comments back to me by 03/26/2019.

Thank you for your input!

Hilary Britton

Deputy City Clerk

City of Lakeport

225 Park Street

Lakeport, CA  95453

(707) 263-5615 x102

hbritton@cityoflakeport.com

             

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ATTACHMENT 1

EXHIBIT B

RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT

LAKEPORT TWILIGHT CRITERIUM


IN CONSIDERATION of being permitted to compete, volunteer, officiate, observe, work for, or for any
purpose participate in any way in the Lakeport Twilight Criterium,

EACH OF THE UNDERSIGNED, for him or herself, personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin
(collectively, “You” and “Your”), acknowledges, agrees and represents that You have, or will immediately
upon arrival at the Lakeport Twilight Criterium, and will continuously thereafter, inspect the area or areas
and all portions thereof which the You enter and with which You come in contact, and You do further warrant
that Your entry upon such Lakeport Twilight Criterium area or areas and Your participation, if any, in the
event constitutes an acknowledgement that You have inspected such area and that You find and accept the
same as being safe and reasonably suited for the purposes of use, and You further agree and warrant that if,
at any time, You are in or about areas and You feel anything to be unsafe, You will immediately advise the
officials of such and will immediately leave the Lakeport Twilight Criterium areas:

1. YOU HEREBY RELEASE, WAIVE, DISCHARGE AND COVENANTS NOT TO SUE the City of
Lakeport, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers, the promoter, participants, racing association,
sanctioning organization or any subdivision thereof, any persons in any Lakeport Twilight Criterium area,
promoters, sponsors, advertisers, owners and lessees of premises used to conduct the event and each of them,
their officers, elected officials, and employees, all for the purposes herein referred to as “releases,” from all
liability to the You for any and all loss or damage, and any claim or demands therefor on account of injury
to the person or property or resulting in death of the undersigned, whether caused by the negligence of the
releasees or otherwise while the undersigned is in or upon the Lakeport Twilight Criterium area, and/or,
competing, officiating in, volunteering, observing, working for, or for any purpose participating in the event;

2. YOU HEREBY AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the releasees and each
of them from any loss, liability, damage, or cost they may incur due to Your presence in or upon the Lakeport
Twilight Criterium area or in any way competing, officiating, volunteering, observing, or working for, or for
any purpose participating in the event and whether caused by the negligence of the releasees or otherwise.

3. YOU HEREBY ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH
OR PROPERTY DAMAGE due to the negligence of releasees or otherwise while in or upon the Lakeport
Twilight Criterium area and/or while competing, officiating, volunteering, observing, or working for or for
any purpose participating in the event. You expressly acknowledge and agree that the activities of the event
are very dangerous and involve the risk of serious injury and/or death and/or property damage. You further
expressly agree that the foregoing release, waiver, and indemnity agreement is intended to be as broad and
inclusive as is permitted by law and that if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance
shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect.

THE UNDERSIGNED HAS READ AND VOLUNTARILY SIGNS THE RELEASE AND WAIVER OF
LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, and further agrees that no oral representations, statements
or inducements apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made.

PRINT NAME HERE: _____________________________________________

SIGN NAME HERE: _____________________________________________

DATE: ___________________

210078.2
ATTACHMENT 1

EXHIBIT C

California RampWorks agrees to supply the necessary labor, tools, materials, equipment,
worker’s compensation, liability insurance, and experience required to complete the
Summer Splash Waterslide per the plans and specifications. California RampWorks will
perform the tasks outlined below for the Summer Splash Waterslide as follows:

1. Set up June 29. 8AM and strike June 29 10PM


2. Ship all necessary gear to and from Lakeport, CA
3. Provide travel expenses and lodging for staff members
4. Provide two standby staff members to manage the Waterslide and monitor
Waterslide users for safety
5. Provide Waterslide equipment, if necessary, for participants
6. Ensure that Waterslide users sign the liability waiver
7. Assist with any additional tasks as necessary for operation of the Waterslide
8. Use of the Waterslide shall cease if winds are sustained at 30 miles per hour
or higher or conditions are otherwise determined to be materially different
from those ordinarily encountered and generally recognized as inherent in
Waterslide operation.

210078.2
03/28/2019 2019-014
X 04/16/2019
From: Wanda Gray
To: Hilary Britton
Cc: Lisa Davey-Bates
Subject: Re: <SPAM> Application 2019-014 - Cardboard & Duct Tape Regatta
Date: Monday, April 01, 2019 1:45:04 PM

LTA has no comment!

Thank you,

Wanda Gray

Director Regional Operations


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"Providing Quality Coordinated Transportation and community services since 1980"

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Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-014 for the Cardboard and Duct Tape Regatta for your review and comments.

We would like to submit this for Council approval at the April 16th Council meeting, so please have your comments back to me by April 9th.

Thank you for your input.

Hilary Britton
Deputy City Clerk
City of Lakeport
225 Park Street
Lakeport, CA  95453
(707) 263-5615 x102
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From: jferguson
To: Hilary Britton
Subject: Re: Application 2019-014 - Cardboard & Duct Tape Regatta
Date: Monday, April 01, 2019 1:40:40 PM
Attachments: image002.png

no police concerns

On April 1, 2019 at 1:37 PM Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com>


wrote:

Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-014 for the Cardboard and Duct Tape
Regatta for your review and comments.

We would like to submit this for Council approval at the April 16th Council
meeting, so please have your comments back to me by April 9th.

Thank you for your input.

Hilary Britton

Deputy City Clerk

City of Lakeport

225 Park Street

Lakeport, CA  95453

(707) 263-5615 x102

hbritton@cityoflakeport.com

             

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Jason Ferguson

 Lieutenant

 Lakeport Police Department

 2025 S. Main St.

 Lakeport, Ca. 95453

 Office (707) 263-9654

 A true hero is not defined simply by the uniform he or she is wearing but rather the person
who's wearing it!
From: Lori Price
To: Hilary Britton
Subject: RE: Application 2019-014 - Cardboard & Duct Tape Regatta
Date: Monday, April 01, 2019 2:46:30 PM
Attachments: image002.png

Good afternoon,
 
I have reviewed the above subject application and it does not appear it will impact “County” roads. 
Lake County Public Works therefore has not comments or conditions to add to this application.
 
Thank you for the opportunity to review and comment.
 
Sincerely,
 
Lori Price
Secretary III
Lake County Department of Public Works
255 N. Forbes Street, Rm 309
Lakeport, CA 95453
(707) 263-2341
lorip@co.lake.ca.us
 
From: Hilary Britton [mailto:hbritton@cityoflakeport.com]
Sent: Monday, April 1, 2019 1:38 PM
To: Dean Eichelmann <Dean.Eichelmann@lakecountyca.gov>; Cheryl Bennett
<Cheryl.Bennett@lakecountyca.gov>; Cynthia Ader <cader@cityoflakeport.com>; Daniel Chance
<dchance@cityoflakeport.com>; Doug Grider <dgrider@cityoflakeport.com>; Executive
Management <executivemanagement@cityoflakeport.com>; Jason Ferguson
<jferguson@lakeportpolice.org>; Jim Kennedy <jkennedy@cityoflakeport.com>; Linda Sobieraj
<lsobieraj@cityoflakeport.com>; 'Lisa Davey-Bates' <ldaveybates@dbcteam.net>; Lori Price
<Lori.Price@lakecountyca.gov>; Matt Hartzog <mhartzog@cityoflakeport.com>; Michelle
Humphrey <mhumphrey@cityoflakeport.com>; Mike Sobieraj <msobieraj@lakeportpolice.org>;
Pheakdey Preciado <Pheakdey.Preciado@lakecountyca.gov>; Rebekah Dolby
<rdolby@lakeportpolice.org>; Ron Ladd <rladd@cityoflakeport.com>; records@lakecountyca.gov;
Tina Rubin <Tina.Rubin@lakecountyca.gov>; 'Wanda Gray' <WLG@paratransit.net>
Subject: Application 2019-014 - Cardboard & Duct Tape Regatta
 
Hi all,
 
Please find attached application 2019-014 for the Cardboard and Duct Tape Regatta for your review
and comments.
 
We would like to submit this for Council approval at the April 16th Council meeting, so please have
your comments back to me by April 9th.
 
From: Kelly Buendia
To: Edward Posada; ajimmyboy@yahoo.com; ejmeo@sbcglobal.net; lkashuba@ymail.com; bclightfoot22@gmail.com;
mrcubbage@msn.com; earlnelson@aol.com; ejnickerman@gmail.com; shelby-posada5@att.net;
mfw777@yahoo.com
Cc: Hilary Britton; Margaret Silveira
Subject: RE: additional insurance
Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 8:24:11 AM

Thank you.
 
Kelly Buendia, CMC
Administrative Services Director/City Clerk
City of Lakeport
225 Park Street
Lakeport, CA  95453
 
tel: 707-263-5615 ext 101
fax: 707-263-8584
 
From: Edward Posada [mailto:eposada352@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, April 22, 2019 4:08 PM
To: Kelly Buendia <kbuendia@cityoflakeport.com>; ajimmyboy@yahoo.com; ejmeo@sbcglobal.net;
lkashuba@ymail.com; bclightfoot22@gmail.com; mrcubbage@msn.com; earlnelson@aol.com;
ejnickerman@gmail.com; shelby-posada5@att.net; eposada352@aol.com; mfw777@yahoo.com
Cc: Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com>; Margaret Silveira <msilveira@cityoflakeport.com>
Subject: Re: additional insurance
 
A revised certificate will be delivered to your office. Please advise when the Board of Supervisors will
address the use permit.
 
Ed Posada, Vice Commodore, LYC
 
In a message dated 4/11/2019 4:49:52 PM Pacific Standard Time,
kbuendia@cityoflakeport.com writes:
 

Dear Mr. Posada,

After speaking with our carrier, the city is able to make the following changes to the
required coverage:

1.      $1mm/$2mm coverage for the event, naming the City of Lakeport

2.      The policy cannot exclude athletic participants.  This must be noted on
the Certificate of Insurance.

3.      Life vests must be worn by participants

4.      A lifeguard must be on duty and have easy access to the participants
either from a watercraft or from the shore if lake levels are low.

This should bring your costs down while satisfying the City’s need for adequate
coverage.  Feel free to contact me, should you have additional questions.

Regards,

Kelly Buendia, CMC


Administrative Services Director/City Clerk

City of Lakeport

225 Park Street

Lakeport, CA  95453

tel: 707-263-5615 ext 101

fax: 707-263-8584

From: Edward Posada [mailto:eposada352@aol.com]


Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2019 12:30 PM
To: Kelly Buendia <kbuendia@cityoflakeport.com>; Hilary Britton
<hbritton@cityoflakeport.com>; ajimmyboy@yahoo.com; ejmeo@sbcglobal.net;
lkashuba@ymail.com; bclightfoot22@gmail.com; mrcubbage@msn.com;
earlnelson@aol.com; ejnickerman@gmail.com; shelby-posada5@att.net;
mfw777@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: additional insurance

Thank you for your reply. The yacht club requests that you submit the following to your insurance
company for re consideration of the additional premiums:

In the 13 years of this event there has not been a single incident.  The event uses the swimming beach at
Library Park, quite shallow, where many youngsters swim during the summer without requirement for
life vests or life guard.

1. During our 2 hour event,all entrants are Required to wear life vests.

2. The event is watched by hundreds of spectators- possible life guards- within yards of the rowers.

3. Three age groups row their boats for 5 to 12 minutes each, for a total on-water time of less than a half
hour.

For this, you  request an additional 3mm/6mm policy which would cost the club a total of $4,300 in
insurance for this free even for which the club receives nothing but the gratitude of the community which
starts the fun for the July 4th holiday.

We request that they re consider and return to our additionally insured for the City of 2mm.

Respectfully submitted,

Edward W. Posada

Vice Commodore, LYC

In a message dated 4/11/2019 8:38:50 AM Pacific Standard Time,


kbuendia@cityoflakeport.com writes:

Dear Mr. Posada,

Great question.  The 3mm/6mm event coverage is for the Duct Tape Rigatta
only.  Any other ongoing use permit or contract with the city would be
handled separately.

However, often, your regular insurance carrier is willing to work with you on
the event coverage.   

Thank you,

Kelly Buendia, CMC


Administrative Services Director/City Clerk

City of Lakeport

225 Park Street

Lakeport, CA  95453

tel: 707-263-5615 ext 101


fax: 707-263-8584

From: Edward Posada [mailto:eposada352@aol.com]


Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 7:28 PM
To: Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com>; ajimmyboy@yahoo.com;
ejmeo@sbcglobal.net; lkashuba@ymail.com; bclightfoot22@gmail.com;
mrcubbage@msn.com; earlnelson@aol.com; ejnickerman@gmail.com; shelby-
posada5@att.net; eposada352@aol.com; mfw777@yahoo.com
Cc: Kelly Buendia <kbuendia@cityoflakeport.com>
Subject: additional insurance

Rereading your 4/4/19 informational requesting a 3mm/6mm additional co insurance for the
city, we understand that this additional cost if just for our event and not for other use permits.
Please advise.

Thank you

eposada352@aol.com
04/05/2019 2019-016
X 05/07/2019
Hilary Britton

From: jferguson <jferguson@lakeportpolice.org>


Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 2:21 PM
To: Hilary Britton
Subject: Re: Application 2019-016 - Memorial Day Parade

POLICE CONCERNS: 2 extra patrol to lead the parade/traffic control $128.00


2 police volunteers for traffic control $54.00
On April 9, 2019 at 1:44 PM Hilary Britton <hbritton@cityoflakeport.com> wrote:

Hi all,

Please find attached application 2019-016 for the 2019 Memorial Day Parade for your review
and comments.

We would like to submit this for Council approval at the May 7th Council meeting, so please
have your comments back to me by April 30th.

Thank you for your input.

Hilary Britton

Deputy City Clerk

City of Lakeport

225 Park Street

Lakeport, CA 95453

(707) 263-5615 x102

hbritton@cityoflakeport.com

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Hilary Britton

From: Wanda Gray <wlg@paratransit.net>


Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2019 1:51 PM
To: Hilary Britton
Cc: Lisa Davey-Bates
Subject: Re: <SPAM> Application 2019-016 - Memorial Day Parade

No comment from LTA. 
 
Thank you, 
 
 
 
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CITY OF LAKEPORT
City Council
City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Industrial Development Agency
Municipal Financing Agency of Lakeport

STAFF REPORT
RE: Records Retention Schedule Update: Version 7.0 MEETING DATE: 05/07/2019

SUBMITTED BY: Kelly Buendia, Administrative Services Director

PURPOSE OF REPORT: Information only Discussion Action Item

WHAT IS BEING ASKED OF THE CITY COUNCIL/BOARD:


The City Council is being asked to adopt a resolution modifying its current Records Retention Schedule.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:
The Administrative Services Director/City Clerk administers the City’s Records Management Program, including
its records retention policies. A consultant, Gladwell Governmental Services, Inc., was brought in as an expert in
local government records to assist with the Records Management Program.
The purpose of the program is to apply efficient and economical methods to the creation, utilization,
maintenance, retention, preservation and disposal of all records managed by the City. The retention schedule is
not intended to be a static document, but instead, should be updated periodically to reflect current laws and
best practices.
The City adopted a retention schedule created by Gladwell Governmental Services for the records retention
policy in 2015, and has subsequently amended the retention schedule annually to reflect changes in statutes
that affect recommended retention periods. This is the legal update for 2018-19, version 7.0.
Ms. Gladwell recommended the City modify the retention period for several records series in order to be in
alignment with current statutes (as of 2019), best practices of other cities, and in full compliance with law.
These changes are incorporated as Exhibit A of the proposed resolution, and highlighted in strike-through
format as Attachment 1 to this staff report.
Notable among the proposed changes are as follows:
1. City Wide: Changes to references.
2. City Clerk: Addition of CC-040 - Secretary of State Statement of Facts
3. Human Resources: HR-016, HR-020 Changes retention to “Whichever is Longer: Separation + 30 years;
OR Termination of Benefits + 5 years; OR Death of Employee + 5 years”
4. Police: Add PD-070 - Citations - Payment Plans for outstanding parking citations received by indigent
persons; Add PD-071 - Report of data regarding the number, type, or disposition of complaints made
against its officers (optional); Add “Cannabis” to PD-037, 041, 042.
5. Sewer: SEW-014 - Changes description to add “Sanitary Spills Overflow Prevention Plan (SSOPP) and
Sanitary Sewer Overflow Response Plan”
6. Water: Changes to references
The adoption of this revised retention schedule will result in efficiency gains and cost savings.

OPTIONS:
Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 1 Agenda Item #IV.J.
Adopt revised retention schedule or provide direction to staff.

FISCAL IMPACT:
None $ Budgeted Item? Yes No
Budget Adjustment Needed? Yes No If yes, amount of appropriation increase: $
Affected fund(s): General Fund Water OM Fund Sewer OM Fund Other:
Comments: The City will realize significant savings both in labor and storage expenses; including the avoidance
of future storage and/or construction costs.

SUGGESTED MOTIONS:
Move to adopt the proposed resolution adopting a records retention schedule, and authorizing destruction of
certain City records and rescinding Resolution No. 2698 (2019).

Attachments: 1. Proposed Changes to Retention Schedule in Strike-Through Format


2. Proposed Resolution

Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 2 Agenda Item #IV.J.


ATTACHMENT 1
Ver. 7.0 RECORDS RETENTION SCHEDULE: CITY-WIDE STANDARDS Page CW-1

Office of
Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Accident, Incident, Injury Copies - Copies -
AS / Human reports: EMPLOYEES, with When No When No Mag, Copies retained for reference;
CW-001
Resources associated MSDS, if a Longer Longer Ppr GC §34090.7
chemical was involved Required Required
Copies - Copies -
AS / Human Accident, Incident, Injury When No When No Mag, Copies retained for reference;
CW-002
Resources reports: PUBLIC Longer Longer Ppr GC §34090.7
Required Required
Accounts Payable, Invoices,
Petty Cash, Travel
Copies - Copies -
Reimbursement, Warrant All originals go to Finance
When No When No Yes: Before Mag,
Finance CW-003 Requests, etc. (these are copies); GC
Longer Longer Payment Ppr
§34090.7
Required Required
ALL backup is forwarded to
Finance

Brown Act challenges must be


filed within 30 or 90 days of
Affidavits of Publications /
Mag, action; Statute of Limitations
Public Hearing Notices / Legal
Lead Dept. CW-004 2 years 2 years Mfr, OD, on Municipal Government
Advertising / Affidavits of
Ppr actions is 3 - 6 months; CCP
Posting
§§337 et seq, 349.4; GC
§§34090, 54960.1(c)(1)

Agenda Packets / Staff Copies - Copies -


Mag,
Reports: City Council / When No When No Yes: After
AS / City Clerk CW-005 Mfr, OD, S GC §34090.7
Redevelopment / Successor Longer Longer QC &OD
Ppr
Agency / Oversight Board Required Required

LAKEPORT, CA ©1995-2018 Gladwell Governmental Services, Inc. - all rights reserved


Do not duplicate or distribute without prior written permission from GGS (909) 337-3516 Revision Approved:
ATTACHMENT 1
Ver. 7.0 RECORDS RETENTION SCHEDULE: CITY-WIDE STANDARDS Page CW-2

Office of
Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Agreements & Contracts ALL


Copies - Copies - All agreements that are
Mag, Yes: Upon
When No When No approved by the City Council
AS / City Clerk CW-006 (Specifications / Scope of Mfr, OD, S Completio
Longer Longer are sent to the City Clerk; GC
Work, Notices of Completion, Ppr n
Required Required §34090.7
etc.)

Covers E&O Statute of


Limitations (insurance
Agreements & Contracts: certificates are filed with
ADMINISTRATIVE FILES agreement); Published Audit
Standards=4-7 years; Statute
Mag, Yes: Upon
(Correspondence, Project Completion + Yes: Before of Limitations: Contracts &
Lead Dept. CW-007 Completion 10 years Mfr, OD, S/I Completio
Administration, Project 10 years Completion Spec's=4 years, Wrongful
Ppr n
Schedules, Certified Payrolls, Death=comp. + 5 years,
Insurance Certificates, Developers=comp. + 10 years;
Invoices, Logs, RFP, etc.) Statewide guidelines propose
termination + 5 years; CCP
§337 et. seq., GC §34090

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Some grant funding agencies


require audits; Statute of
Limitations for Errors &
Omissions is 10 years;
Published Audit Standards=4-7
years; Statute of Limitations:
Agreements & Contracts:
10 years or Contracts & Spec's=4 years,
ADMINISTRATIVE FILES Completion +
After Wrongful Death=comp. + 5
(with Grant Funding) 10 years or
Funding years, Developers=comp. + 10
After Funding Mag, Yes: Upon
Agency Yes: Before years; Statewide guidelines
Lead Dept. CW-008 (Correspondence, Project Completion Agency Audit, Mfr, OD, S/I Completio
Audit, if Completion propose termination + 5 years;
Administration, Project if required, Ppr n
required, CCP §337 et. seq., 2 CFR
Schedules, Certified Payrolls, whichever is
whichever is 200.333; 21 CFR 1403.36 &
Insurance Certificates, longer
longer 1403.42(b); 24 CFR 85.42,
Invoices, Logs, RFP, etc.)
91.105(h), 92.505, &
570.502(b), 28 CFR 66.42; 29
CFR 97.42; 40 CFR 31.42; 44
CFR 13.42; 45 CFR 92.42;
OMB Circular A-133; GC
§34090

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Agreements & Contracts:


UNSUCCESSFUL BIDS,
The RFP / RFQ and the
UNSUCCESSFUL
successful proposal becomes
PROPOSALS or RESPONSES Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-009 2 years 2 years part of the agreement or
to RFPs (Request for Ppr
contract (City Clerk is OFR);
Proposals) and/or RFQs GC §34090
(Request for Qualifications)
that don't result in a contract

Copies - Copies -
Audits / Audit Reports / CAFR -
When No When No Mag,
Finance CW-010 Comprehensive Annual Copies; GC §34090.7
Longer Longer Ppr
Financial Reports
Required Required
Bids: See Agreements &
CW-011
Contracts
When No When No
Boards and Committees: Longer Longer City preference; State law only
Tape
Staffing Dept. CW-012 AUDIO RECORDINGS of Required - Required - requires for 30 days; GC
(Mag)
Meetings / Audio Tapes Minimum 2 Minimum 2 §54953.5(b)
years years

Boards, Commissions, &


Committees: City Council
All recommendations are
Subcommittees Mag,
Staffing Dept. CW-013 2 years 2 years presented to the City Council;
Ppr
GC §34090 et seq.
(Composed solely of less than
a quorum of the City Council)

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Boards, Commissions, &
Committees: External
When No When No
Organizations Mag,
CW-014 Longer Longer Non-records
Ppr
Required Required
(e.g. County Board of
Supervisors)
Boards, Commissions, &
Committees: Residents When No When No
Brown Act challenges must be
Advisory Bodies Formed by Longer Longer
Mag, filed within 30 or 90 days of
Staffing Dept. CW-015 CITY COUNCIL Required - Required -
Ppr action; GC §§34090,
Minimum 2 Minimum 2
54960.1(c)(1)
AGENDAS, AGENDA years years
PACKETS
Boards, Commissions, &
Committees: Residents Notes taken to facilitate the
Advisory Bodies Formed by Mag, writing of the minutes can be
Staffing Dept. CW-016 CITY COUNCIL P P Yes Mfr, OD, S No destroyed after minutes have
Ppr been adopted; GC §34090 et
MINUTES, RESOLUTIONS & seq.
BYLAWS
Brochures: See Reference
CW-017
Manuals
Copies - Copies -
Mag, Final must be filed with County
When No When No Yes: Current Yes: After
Finance CW-018 Budgets - Finals Mfr, OD, S/I Auditor; GC §34090.7, 40802,
Longer Longer Fiscal Year 5 years
Ppr 53901
Required Required

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Cash Receipts Detail / Backup


Lead Dept. & Mag, City preference (not all detail is
CW-019 / Accounts Receivable Detail / 2 years 2 years
Finance Ppr sent to Finance); GC §34090
Refund Detail

When No When No
Longer Longer Mag,
Department Preference; GC
Lead Dept. CW-020 City Attorney Opinions Required - Required - Yes Mfr, OD, S
§34090
Minimum 2 Minimum 2 Ppr
years years
Copies - Copies -
When No When No
AS / City Clerk Mag,
Longer Longer Yes: Before Yes: After
AND Finance / CW-021 Claims Mfr, OD, S/I GC §§34090.7, 34090.6
Required Required Settlement Settlement
Risk Manage. Ppr
(Upon (Upon
Settlement) Settlement)
Committees Internal -
Attended by employees: All
Records
Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-022 2 years 2 years GC §34090
Ppr
(e.g. Records Management
Committee, In-House Task
Forces, etc.)

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
City preference; Statute of
When No When No Limitations for personal
Lead Complaints / Concerns from Longer Longer property, fraud, etc. is 3 years;
Mag,
(Responding) CW-023 Citizens Computer Tracking Required - Required - Claims must be filed in 6
Ppr
Dept. Software or Correspondence Minimum 2 Minimum 2 months; CCP §§338 et seq.,
years years 340 et seq., 342, GC §§945.6,
GC §34090
CW-024 Contracts: See Agreements
Copies - Copies -
Copies or duplicates of any When No When No
CW-025 Mag Ppr GC §34090.7
record Longer Longer
Required Required

Correspondence - ROUTINE
Dept. that (Content relates in a
Authors substantive way to the
Document conduct of the public's
business) Mag,
or CW-026 2 years 2 years GC §34090
Ppr
Receives the
City's Original (e.g. Administrative, Chronological,
General Files, Letters,
Document
Memorandums, Reading File,
Working Files, etc.)

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Correspondence - Electronic and paper records


TRANSITORY / are filed and retained based
PRELIMINARY DRAFTS, upon their content. E-mails,
Interagency and Intraagency electronic records, or social
Memoranda not retained in the media postings where either
ordinary course of business the Content relates in a
substantive way to the
Content NOT Substantive, or conduct of the public's
NOT made or retained for the business, or ARE made or
Dept. that purpose of preserving the retained for the purpose of
Authors informational content for preserving the informational
Document future reference When No When No content for future reference
Mag, are saved outside the e-mail
or CW-027 Longer Longer
(e.g. calendars, checklists, e-mail Ppr system by printing them out
Receives the Required Required
or social media posting NOT made and placing them in a file
City's Original
or retained for the purpose of folder, or saving them
Document
preserving the informational electronically; If not mentioned
content for future reference, here, consult the City Attorney
invitations, instant messaging,
to determine if a record is
inventories, logs, mailing lists,
considered transitory /
meeting room registrations, supply
inventories, telephone messages, preliminary drafts. GC §34090,
text messages, transmittal letters, GC §6252; 64 Ops. Cal. Atty.
thank yous, requests from other Gen. 317 (1981)); City of San
cities, undeliverable envelopes, Jose v. Superior Court (Smith).
visitors logs, voice mails, S218066. Supreme Court of
webpages, etc.) California, 2017(2017) 2 Cal.5th
608.

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Record
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Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Copies - Copies -
Deeds, Easements, Final When No When No Mag, Send all originals to the City
AS / City Clerk CW-028
Orders of Condemnations (All) Longer Longer Ppr Clerk; GC §34090.7
Required Required
As long as the drafts and notes
are not retained in the "Regular
When No When No Course of Business". Consult
Drafts & Notes: Drafts that are Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-029 Longer Longer the City Attorney to determine
revised (retain final version) Ppr
Required Required if a record is considered a
draft. GC §§34090, 6252,
6254(a)
Facility Use Applications / Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-030 2 years 2 years GC §34090
Facility Use Permits Ppr

The Lead Department should


print out historical documents
(or save source data) prior to
GIS Database / Data / Layers When No When No replacing the data, if they
Lead Dept. CW-031 (both City-wide and Longer Longer Yes Mag require the data or output for
Specialized) Required Required historical purposes;
Department Preference
(Preliminary documents); GC
§34090 et seq.

Grants (UNSUCCESSFUL Mag,


Lead Dept. CW-032 2 years 2 years GC §34090
Applications, Correspondence) Ppr

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Meets auditing standards;


Grants / CDBG / Reimbursable Grants covered by a
Claims / FEMA Claims or OES Consolidated Action Plan are
Claims (SUCCESSFUL required for 5 years; Uniform
Reports, other records required Admin. Requirements for
to pass the funding agency's Grants to Local Governments
After
audit, if required) is 3 years from expenditure
Funding After Funding
report or final payment of
Agency Agency Audit,
Applications (successful), grant Mag, grantee or subgrantee;
Lead Dept. CW-033 agreement, program rules, 2 years Audit, if if required -
Ppr statewide guidelines propose 4
regulations & procedures, reports Required - Minimum 5
years; 2 CFR 200.333; 21 CFR
to grant funding agencies, Minimum 5 years
1403.36 & 1403.42(b); 24 CFR
correspondence, audit records, years
85.42, 91.105(h), 92.505,
completion records
570.490, & 570.502(a&b), 28
Excludes State Prop 1B (2006 CFR 66.42; 29 CFR 97.42; 40
Transportation Projects), which the CFR 31.42; 44 CFR 13.42; 45
State requires for 35 years CFR 92.42; OMB Circular A-
110 & A-133; GC §34090

Send all grievances to Human


Resources; All State and
Copies - Copies -
Personnel / AS Federal laws require retention
Grievances and Informal When No When No Yes: Before Mag,
/ Human CW-034 until final disposition of formal
Complaints (Employees) Longer Longer Disposition Ppr
Resources complaint; State requires 2
Required Required
years after action is taken; GC
§§12946, 34090

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Longest Statute of
Limitations is 10 years;
Insurance Certificates -
Mag, Conforms with Agreement
Miscellaneous (from outside Yes:
Mfr, Yes - After Retention (usually filed with
Lead Dept. CW-035 companies, that cannot be 11 years 11 years Before S
OD, QC & OD agreement); statewide
matched with a contract or Completion
Ppr guidelines propose
agreement)
permanent; CCP §337 et
seq.; GC §34090
Copies - Copies -
When No When No
Mag, Risk Management
Lawsuits, Litigation, Pending Longer Longer Yes: Before Yes: After
City Attorney CW-036 Mfr, OD, S/I administrates claim; GC
Litigation Required Required Settlement Settlement
Ppr §§34090.7, 34090.6
(Upon (Upon
Settlement) Settlement)

Originals are signed by the


Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-037 Leave Slips 5 years 5 years employee, and not forwarded
Ppr
to Finance; GC §34090

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Previous MSDS may be


obtained from a service; MSDS
may be destroyed as long as
a record of the chemical /
Material Safety Data Sheet substance / agent, where &
(MSDS) / Safety Data Sheet when it was used is
While Mag,
(SDS) Chemical Use Report Yes - After maintained for 30 years;
Lead Dept. CW-038 Chemical In 30 years 30 years Mfr, OD, S
Form (or records of the QC & OD Applies to qualified employers;
Use Ppr
chemical / substance / agent, Claims can be made for 30
where & when it was used) years for toxic substance
exposures; 8 CCR
3204(d)(1)(B)(2 and 3), 29
CFR 1910.1020(d)(1)(i), GC
§34090

Copies - Copies -
Mag, Originals maintained by City
When No When No
AS / City Clerk CW-039 Minutes - City Council Yes (all) Mfr, OD, S No Clerk Permanently; GC
Longer Longer
Ppr §34090.7
Required Required

Copies - Copies - Return any whole unused


Mag,
Municipal Code (these are When No When No Yes: Current codes to the City Clerk;
AS / City Clerk CW-040 Mfr, OD, I No
copies) Longer Longer Original Originals maintained by City
Ppr
Required Required Clerk Permanently; GC §34090

When No When No Non-records - may be obtained


Lead Dept. CW-041 Newspaper Clippings Longer Longer Ppr from the newspaper company;
Required Required GC §34090

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Statute of Limitations on
Notices: Public Hearing
Mag, Municipal Government actions
Staffing Dept. CW-042 Notices and Proofs of 2 years 2 years
Ppr is 3 - 6 months; CCP§337 et
Publications
seq; GC §34090

Copies - Copies -
Mag,
When No When No Originals maintained by City
AS / City Clerk CW-043 Ordinances - City Council Yes (all) Mfr, OD, S No
Longer Longer Clerk Permanently; GC §34090
Ppr
Required Required

Originals are signed by the


Overtime Sheets / Overtime Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-044 5 years 5 years employee, and not forwarded
Cards Ppr
to Finance; GC §34090

Send to Send to
Ensure records kept in
Human Human
Department files comply with
AS / Human Resources Resources Before Mag,
CW-045 Personnel Files City policy (all originals are
Resources Upon Upon Separation Ppr
sent to Human Resources);
Separation or Separation or
GC §34090.7
Transfer Transfer

Preliminary Drafts; Notes


After After
maintained in a separate folder
Incorporation Incorporation Before
Personnel Files (Supervisor's Mag, to be incorporated into
Lead Dept. CW-046 into into Annual
Notes) Ppr performance evaluation, or to
Performance Performance Evaluation
document progressive
Evaluation Evaluation
discipline; GC §34090 et seq.

Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-047 Personnel Work Schedules 2 years 2 years GC §34090
Ppr

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Prop. 218 Fees & Charges:
Lead Dept. CW-048 Ballots and/or protest letters, 2 years 2 years Ppr GC §53753(e)(2)
Mailing List

Transitory records not retained


Prop. 218 Fees & Charges:
Lead Dept. CW-049 3 months 3 months Ppr in the ordinary course of
Undeliverable Mail
business; GC §34090

Public Relations / Press Mag,


Lead Dept. CW-050 2 years 2 years GC §34090
Releases Ppr

Lead Dept. Real Estate Appraisal Reports: Not accessible to the public;
Mag,
(Who Ordered CW-051 Property NOT purchased, 2 years 2 years Statewide Guidelines show 2
Ppr
the Appraisal) Loans not funded, etc. years; GC §§34090, 6254(h)

Not accessible to the public


When No When No until purchase has been
Lead Dept. Real Estate Appraisal Reports: Longer Longer Mag, completed; meets grant
Yes: Before Yes: After
(Who Ordered CW-052 Purchased Property, Funded 2 years Required - Required - Mfr, OD, S auditing requirements; 2 CFR
Purchase Inactive
the Appraisal) Loans Minimum 3 Minimum 5 Ppr 200.333; 24 CFR 85.42 &
years years 91.105(h), & 570.502(b); 29
CFR 97.42, GC §34090

Copies - Copies -
Records Destruction Lists /
When No When No Mag,
AS / City Clerk CW-053 Certificate of Records GC §34090.7
Longer Longer Ppr
Destruction
Required Required

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Reference Materials: Policies,


Procedures, Brochures, Flyers,
Manuals, Newsletters, etc: When No When No
Mag,
CW-054 Produced by OUTSIDE Longer Longer Non-Records
Ppr
ORGANIZATIONS (League of Required Required
California Cities, Chamber of
Commerce, etc.)

Reference Materials: Policies, When No When No


Procedures, Brochures, Flyers, Longer Longer Statewide guidelines propose
Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-055 Manuals, Newsletters, etc: Required - Required - superseded + 2 or 5 years; GC
Ppr
Produced by YOUR Minimum 2 Minimum 2 §34090
Department years years
Reference Materials: Policies,
Procedures, Brochures, Flyers,
When When Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-056 Manuals, Newsletters, etc: Copies; GC §34090.7
Superseded Superseded Ppr
Produced by OTHER
Departments
Reference or Working Files:
CW-057
See Correspondence
Administratively and
Reports and Studies Mag,
Yes: After Historically significant,
Lead Dept. CW-058 (Historically significant - e.g., 10 years P P Mfr, OD, S/I
10 years therefore retained
Zoning Studies) Ppr
permanently; GC §34090

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Office of
Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Information is outdated after 10


Reports and Studies (Other years; statewide guidelines
Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-059 than Historically significant 10 years 10 years propose 2 years; If historically
Ppr
reports - e.g. Annual Reports) significant, retain permanently;
GC §34090

Copies - Copies -
Mag, Originals maintained by City
When No When No
AS / City Clerk CW-060 Resolutions - City Council Yes (all) Mfr, OD, S No Clerk Permanently; GC
Longer Longer
Ppr §34090.7
Required Required
When No When No
Longer Longer
Special Projects / Subject Files Mag, Department Preference; GC
Lead Dept. CW-061 Required - Required -
/ Issue Files Ppr §34090 et seq.
Minimum 2 Minimum 2
years years
When No When No
Subject / Reference Files:
Longer Longer
Subjects other than Specifically Mag, Department Preference; GC
Lead Dept. CW-062 Required - Required -
Mentioned in Retention Ppr §34090 et seq.
Minimum 2 Minimum 2
Schedules
years years

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Surveys / Questionnaires (that


the City issues).

If a summary of the data is


Mag,
Lead Dept. CW-063 compiled, the survey forms are 2 years 2 years GC §34090
Ppr
considered a draft or transitory
record, and can be destroyed
as drafts (When No Longer
Required)

Tapes / DVD Recordings: See


CW-064
Boards & Commissions

Originals are signed by the


employee, and not forwarded
to Finance; Department
preference; Meets auditing
standards (audit + 4 years);
Time Sheets / Time Cards /
Mag, IRS requires 4 years; Ca.
Lead Dept. CW-065 Overtime Sheets / Overtime 5 years 5 years
Ppr requires 2 yr min.; FTB keeps
Cards / Leave Slips
3 years; Published articles
show 4 -10 years; IRS Reg
§31.6001-1(e)(2), R&T
§19530; LC § 1174(d); 29 CFR
516.5 & 516.6(c); GC §34090

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Department preference; Ethics


Training - ALL COURSE Training is 5 years; Statewide
RECORDS guidelines propose 7 years;
Calif. Labor Division is required
Mag,
(Attendance Rosters, Outlines Yes: When to keep their OSHA records 7
Lead Dept. CW-066 2 years 5 years 7 years Mfr, OD, S
and Materials; includes Inactive years; EEOC/FLSA/ADEA
Ppr (Age) requires 3 years for
Harassment Prevention,
Ethics & Safety training & promotion, demotion, transfer,
Tailgates) selection, or discharge; State
Law requires 2 -3 years for
personnel actions; 8 CCR
§3203 et seq., 29 CFR
1602.31, LC §6429(c); GC
§§12946, 34090, 53235.2(b)

Department preference (Courts


treat volunteers as
employees);
Volunteer / Unpaid Intern Inactive / Inactive / EEOC/FLSA/ADEA (Age)
Lead Dept. CW-067 Applications & Agreements - Separation + 3 Separation + Ppr requires 3 years for promotion,
Successful years 3 years demotion, transfer, selection,
or discharge; 29 CFR 1602.31
& 1627.3(b)(1)(i)&(ii), GC
§§12946, 34090

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
Retentions apply to the department that is NOT the Office of Record (OFR), or the "Lead Department". If you are the OFR, refer to your department retention schedule.
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, claims, complaints, audits, public records act requests, and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Department preference (Courts


treat volunteers as
employees);
Volunteer / Unpaid Intern
EEOC/FLSA/ADEA (Age)
Applications & Agreements -
Lead Dept. CW-068 3 years 3 years Ppr requires 3 years for promotion,
Unsuccessful or Pending
demotion, transfer, selection,
Applicants
or discharge; 29 CFR 1602.31
& 1627.3(b)(1)(i)&(ii), GC
§§12946, 34090

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Brown Act challenges must be


filed within 30 or 90 days of
Affidavits of Publications / action; Statute of Limitations on
Mag, Mfr,
Lead Dept. CC-001 Legal Advertising / Affidavits of 2 years 2 years Municipal Government actions
OD, Ppr
Posting is 3 - 6 months; CCP §§337 et
seq, 349.4; GC §§34090,
54960.1(c)(1)

Agendas (Face Sheets) - City


Council, Redevelopment,
Successor Agency, Oversight
Admin.
Board, Public Financing Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, Department Preference; GC
Services / CC-002 2 years 2 years S No
Authority, Housing Authority, After Meeting OD, Ppr §34090 et seq.
City Clerk
Municipal Finance Authority,
Industrial Development
Authority
Agenda Packets / Staff
Reports - City Council,
Redevelopment, Successor
Admin.
Agency, Oversight Board, Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, Department Preference; GC
Services / CC-003 10 years 10 years S No
Public Financing Authority, After Meeting OD, Ppr §34090 et seq.
City Clerk
Housing Authority, Municipal
Finance Authority, Industrial
Development Authority

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Agreements - ALL - Approved
If Imaged, Infrastructure,
CIPs, DDAs, OPAs, MOUs,
MOAs
Other contracts are maintained
by the Lead Department
Agreement or Contract managing the contract;
includes all contractual Department Preference; All
obligations (e.g. infrastructure, JPAs, & Mutual
Amendments, Scope of Aid contracts should be
Admin. Work or Successful permanent for emergency
Yes: Before Mag, Mfr, Yes: Upon
Services / CC-004 Proposal) & Insurance Completion P P S preparedness; Statute of
Completion OD, Ppr Completion
City Clerk Certificates Limitations is 4 years; 10 years
for Errors & Omissions; land
records are permanent by law;
Examples of Infrastructure:
Architects, CIPs (Capital
CCP §337 et. seq., GC
Improvement Projects,) City §34090; Contractor has
Manager employment contracts, retention requirements in 48
franchise agreements, subdivision CFR 4.703
improvement agreements,
development, Joint Powers,
MOUs, retirement, water rights,
etc.

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Agreements - ALL - Approved


Non-Infrastructure that are
NOT Imaged
Other contracts are maintained
by the Lead Department
managing the contract; Covers
Agreement or Contract
E&O Statute of Limitations;
includes all contractual Published Audit Standards=4-7
Admin. obligations (e.g. Completion + Yes: Before Mag, Mfr, Yes: Upon years; Statute of Limitations:
Services / CC-005 Amendments, Scope of Completion 10 years S/I
10 years Completion OD, Ppr Completion Contracts & Spec's=4 years,
City Clerk
Work or Successful Wrongful Death=comp. + 5
Proposal) & Insurance years, Developers=comp. + 10
Certificates years; Statewide guidelines
propose termination + 5 years;
Examples of NON-Infrastructure: CCP §337 et. seq., GC §34090
Consulting, disposal, leases, loans,
mutual aid, professional services,
settlement, services, etc.

Admin. Applications for Boards, Term of Term of


Department preference; GC
Services / CC-006 Commissions or Committees - Office + 2 Office + 2 Mag, Ppr
§34090
City Clerk Successful years years

Admin. Applications for Boards,


Services / CC-007 Commissions or Committees - 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
City Clerk Unsuccessful

Admin. Committee Rosters / Boards,


Services / CC-008 Commissions and Committees 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
City Clerk (Maddy Act)

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Economic Interest Filings City maintains original


Admin.
(FPPC 700 Series Forms - Mag, Mfr, Yes: After 2 statements; GC §81009(e)&(g);
Services / CC-009 2 years 5 years 7 years S/I
Statement of Economic OD, Ppr years GC §81009(f)&(g); 2 CCR
City Clerk
Interests): ALL 18615(d)

Admin.
Mag, Mfr, Yes: After 1 GC §53235.2(b) 12946, 29
Services / CC-010 Ethics Training Certificates 5 years 5 years S/I
OD, Ppr year USC 1113
City Clerk
Admin. Must post on website; 2 CCR
FPPC Form 801 (Gift to
Services / CC-011 7 years 7 years Mag, Ppr 18944(c)(3)(G); GC §81009e;
Agency Report)
City Clerk GC §34090;
Admin.
FPPC Form 802 (Event Ticket Must post on website for 4
Services /
CC-012 / Pass Distributions Agency 7 years 7 years Mag, Ppr years; GC §81009€; GC
City
Report) §34090
Manager
Admin.
FPPC Form 803 (Behested
Services / CC-013 7 years 7 years Mag, Ppr GC §81009e; GC §34090
Payment Report)
City Clerk
Admin.
FPPC Form 804 (Agenda FPPC Regulation 18734(c); GC
Services / CC-014 P P Mag, Ppr
Report of New Positions) §81009e; GC §34090
City Clerk
Admin.
FPPC Form 805 (Agency FPPC Regulation 18734(c); GC
Services / CC-015 P P Mag, Ppr
Report of Consultants) §81009e; GC §34090
City Clerk
Admin. FPPC Form 806 (Agency Must post on website; 2 CCR
Services / CC-016 Report of Public Official 7 years 7 years Mag, Ppr 18702.5 18705.5(b)(3); GC
City Clerk Appointments) §34090; GC §81009(e)

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Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
ELECTIONS - CONSOLIDATED

Campaign Filings (FPPC 400


Admin.
Series Forms & Form 501): Mag, Mfr, Yes: After 2 Paper must be retained for at
Services / CC-017 2 years P P S
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES OD, Ppr years least 2 years; GC §81009(b)(g)
City Clerk
(Elected Officials)

Campaign Filings (FPPC 400


Admin.
Series Forms & Form 501): Mag, Mfr, Yes: After 2 Paper must be retained for at
Services / CC-018 5 years 5 years S
UNSUCCESSFUL OD, Ppr years least 2 years; GC §81009(b)(g)
City Clerk
CANDIDATES
Campaign Filings (FPPC 400
Admin. Series Forms): THOSE NOT
Paper must be retained for at
Services / CC-019 REQUIRED TO FILE 4 years 4 years Mag, Ppr
least 2 years; GC §81009(b)(g)
City Clerk ORIGINAL WITH CITY CLERK
(copies)
Campaign Filings (FPPC 400
Admin.
Series Forms): OTHER Paper must be retained for at
Services / CC-020 7 years 7 years Mag, Ppr
COMMITTEES (PACS - not least 2 years; GC §81009(c)(g)
City Clerk
candidate-controlled)

Elections - GENERAL,
WORKING or
ADMINISTRATION Files
Admin. (Correspondence, Applications
Services / CC-021 for vacancies on the Council, 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
City Clerk Precinct Maps, County Election
Services, Candidate
Statements to be printed in the
Sample Ballot, etc.)

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Admin.
Elections - HISTORY Files Mag, Mfr, Department preference; GC
Services / CC-022 P P S No
(Sample Ballot, Results) OD, Ppr §34090
City Clerk

Results + 8 Results + 8 Not accessible to the public;


months, or months, or The 8 month retention applies
Admin. Final Final after election results, or final
Elections - Petitions (Initiative,
Services / CC-023 Examination Examination Ppr examination if no election,
Recall or Referendum)
City Clerk if No Election if No Election unless there is a legal or FPPC
+ 8 mo. 1 + 8 mo. 1 proceeding. EC §§17200(b)(3),
year year 17400

(End of Elections Section)


Admin.
Enterprise System Catalogue Minimum 2 Minimum 2
Services / CC-039 Mag GC §34090
(posted on line) years years
City Clerk

City Clerk determines historical


significance; records can
Historical Records & Historical
Admin. address a variety of subjects
Projects (e.g. Incorporation, Mag, Mfr,
Services / CC-024 P P S No and media. Some media (e.g.
City Seal, Awards of significant OD, Ppr
City Clerk audio and video tape) may be
historical interest, etc.)
limited because of the media's
life expectancy; GC §34090

Admin. Minutes - City Council,


Mag, Mfr,
Services / CC-025 Redevelopment, Successor P P Yes (all) S No GC §34090
OD, Ppr
City Clerk Agency, Oversight Board, etc.

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Admin. When No When No Preliminary drafts not retained


Municipal Code Administration,
Services / CC-026 Longer Longer Mag, Ppr in the ordinary course of
Distribution, etc.
City Clerk Required Required business; GC §34090

Admin. Municipal Code and History


Mag, Mfr,
Services / CC-027 File (always retain 1 2 years P P S No GC §34090
OD, Ppr
City Clerk supplement)
Admin.
Mag, Mfr,
Services / CC-028 Ordinances (City Council) P P Yes (all) S No GC §34090 et. seq.
OD, Ppr
City Clerk

Petitions (submitted to Council


on any subject - Dog Parks,
Admin.
Parking, Traffic Calming, etc.) Law requires 1 year for
Services / CC-029 1 year 1 year Ppr
petitions; GC §50115
City Clerk
See Elections for Initiative,
Recall or Referendum Petitions

Admin.
Services / CC-038 Proclamations 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
City Clerk

Proof of Publication / Public Statute of Limitations on


Hearing Notices / Certificate of Municipal Government actions
Lead Dept. CC-030 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr
Posting / Legal Advertising is 3 - 6 months; CCP§337 et
(Usually kept with Project Files) seq; GC §34090

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Real Property - Records that


Admin.
Affect the Title to Real Property Mag, Mfr,
Services / CC-031 2 years P P S/I No GC §34090
(Deeds, Easements, Liens, OD, Ppr
City Clerk
Rights of Way, etc.)

Admin. Recordings / Tapes of City Department Preference; State


Services / CC-032 Council Meetings - Audio 2 years 2 years Mag, OD law only requires for 30 days;
City Clerk Recordings GC §54953.5(b)
Department preference; Video
Admin. Recordings / Tapes of City
recording of meetings are only
Services / CC-033 Council Meetings - Video 2 years 2 years Mag, OD
required for 90 days; GC
City Clerk Recordings / DVD-R
§§34090.7, 34090
Admin. Records Destruction Lists /
Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Department Preference; GC
Services / CC-034 Certificates of Records P P S
OD, Ppr QC & OD §34090 et. seq.
City Clerk Destruction

Admin. Records Retention Schedules /


Mag, Mfr,
Services / CC-035 Amendments to Records 10 years P P I GC §34090 et. seq.
OD, Ppr
City Clerk Retention Schedules

Admin.
Services / CC-036 Request for Public Records 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
City Clerk

Resolutions
Admin.
Mag, Mfr,
Services / CC-037 P P Yes (all) S No GC §34090 et. seq.
City Council, Redevelopment, OD, Ppr
City Clerk
Successor Agency, etc.

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Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Admin.
Secretary of State Statement
Services / CC-040 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090 et seq.
of Facts
City Clerk

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Retention No. Records Description Retention / Disposition Comments / Reference
Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
HUMAN RESOURCES
Admin. Department Preference; IRS: 4
1095-C (Employer-Provided
Services / years after tax is due or paid; 6
HR-027 Health Insurance Offer and 2 years 3 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
Human CFR 31.6001-1(e)(2), GC
Coverage)
Resources §34090
EEOC / ADEA (Age) requires 1
year after benefit plan
Admin. termination; Federal law requires
Duration of Duration of Yes: For
Services / Benefit Plan Documents 6 years after filing date for
HR-001 the Contract the Contract Duration of Mag, Ppr
Human (CalPERS, Optical, Dental, etc.) retirement; State Law requires 2
+ 6 years + 6 years Contract
Resources years after action; 29 CFR
1627.3(b)(2); 29 USC 1027; GC
§§12946, 3409
CalPERS Benefit Administration
Department Preference; 6 years
Admin.
for retirement benefits; State
Services / (Includes contract amendment,
HR-002 6 years 6 years Mag, Ppr Law requires 2 years after
Human actuarial reports, service credit
action; 29 CFR 1627.3(b)(2); 29
Resources reports, annual employee listing,
USC 1027; GC §§12946, 3409
etc.)
Admin.
Department Preference;
Services / CalPERS Reports - Annual
HR-003 2 years 3 years 5 years Mag, Ppr Retained to match other auditing
Human Employer Statements
periods; GC §34090
Resources
Bureau of National Affairs
When No When No recommends 2 years for all
Admin. Classification / Reorganization
Longer Longer supplementary Personnel
Services / Studies (for employee
HR-004 Required - Required - Mag, Ppr records; Wage rate tables are 1
Human classifications and department
Minimum 3 Minimum 3 or 2 years; State requires 2
Resources structures)
years years years; 29 CFR 516.6, 29 CFR
1602.14, GC §§12946, 34090

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Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
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(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
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S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Department preference;
EEOC/FLSA/ADEA (Age)
requires 3 years for promotion,
When No When No
Admin. demotion, transfer, selection, or
Longer Longer
Services / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After 1 discharge; State Law requires 2 -
HR-005 Classification Specifications Required - Required - S/I
Human OD, Ppr year 3 years; retirement benefits is 6
Minimum 3 Minimum 3
Resources years from last action; 29 CFR
years years
1602.31 & 1627.3(b)(ii), 8 CCR
§3204(d)(1) et seq., GC
§§12946, 34090; 29 USC 1113
Bureau of National Affairs
When No When No recommends 2 years for all
Admin.
Longer Longer supplementary Personnel
Services /
HR-006 Compensation Surveys & Studies Required - Required - Mag, Ppr records; Wage rate tables are 1
Human
Minimum 3 Minimum 3 or 2 years; State requires 2
Resources
years years years; 29 CFR 516.6(2), 29 CFR
1602.14, GC §§12946, 34090
All State and Federal laws
Admin. require retention until final
Department of Fair Employment Final Final
Services / disposition of formal complaint;
HR-007 & Housing (DFEH or EEOC) Disposition Disposition Mag, Ppr
Human State requires 2 years after "fully
Claims + 3 years + 3 years
Resources and finally disposed"; 2 CCR
11013©; GC §§12946, 34090
Transitory or source records not
retained in the ordinary course
Admin. When When
of business; CHP audits every 2
Services / Superseded Superseded
HR-008 DMV Pull Notices Mag Ppr years; Bureau of National Affairs
Human or or
recommends 2 years for all
Resources Separated Separated
supplementary Personnel
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(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
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S=Scan QC'd?
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Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
D.O.T. Requires 5 years for
positive tests, refusals, annual
summaries, etc, 1 year for
negative tests; EEOC / FLSA /
Admin.
ADEA (Age) requires 3 years
Services / Drug & Alcohol Test Results (All -
HR-009 2 years 3 years 5 years Mag Ppr physical examinations; State
Human Positives and Negatives)
Law requires 2 years; 29 CFR
Resources
1627.3(b)(1)(v), GC §§12946,
34090; 49 CFR 655.71 et seq.;
49 CFR 382.401 et seq. 49
CFR 653.71
Admin. EEO-4 Reports and records
Services / required to generate EEO-4
HR-010 3 years 3 years Mag, Ppr 29 CFR 1602.30
Human report (Self-Identification Form,
Resources etc.)
Non-citizens must re-certify
periodically; Required for 1 year
from termination or 3 years from
Admin. hiring, whichever is later; EEOC
Services / Separation + Separation + / FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 3
HR-011 I-9s Mag, Ppr
Human 3 years 3 years years for "any other forms of
Resources employment inquiry"; State Law
requires 2 -3 years; 8 CFR
274a.2; 29 CFR 1627.3(b)(i); GC
§§12946, 34090
Labor Relations Files
Admin.
Services / (Negotiation Notes, Department Preference; GC
HR-012 5 years 5 years 10 years Mag, Ppr
Human Correspondence, Interpretation of §34090
Resources MOU Provisions, Documentation,
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(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
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S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Department preference; EEOC /
Admin. Personnel Background Packet - FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 3
Services / POLICE & OTHER EMPLOYEES Separation + Separation + years; State Law requires 2 - 3
HR-013 Mag, Ppr
Human - SUCCESSFUL Employees 3 years 3 years years; 29 CFR 1672.3(b)(i), 29
Resources (Hired) CFR 1602.14 et seq., GC
§§12946, 34090
Department preference; EEOC /
Admin. FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 3
Personnel Background Packet -
Services / years; State Law requires 2 - 3
HR-014 POLICE & OTHER EMPLOYEES 3 years 3 years Mag, Ppr
Human years; 29 CFR 1672.3(b)(i), 29
Unsuccessful (not hired)
Resources CFR 1602.14 et seq., GC
§§12946, 34090
Department Preference; statute
of limitations for retirement
benefits is 6 years from last
action; EEOC/FLSA/ADEA (Age)
Admin. Personnel Files - Employees
Yes: After requires 3 years for promotion,
Services / Separation + Separation + Mag, Mfr,
HR-015 S Separation + demotion, transfer, selection, or
Human Includes Oaths of Office, and 7 years 7 years OD, Ppr
1 year discharge; State Law requires 2 -
Resources Disaster Service Workers Oaths
3 years; 29 CFR 1602.14,
1602.31 & 1627.3(b)(ii), GC
§§12946, 34090; 29 USC 1113,
GC §3105; LC §1198.5

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(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Whichever
Whichever
is Longer:
is Longer:
Personnel Files - Medical File (all Separation +
Separation + Department preference; Files
employees) 30 years;
20 years; maintained separately; Claims
OR
Admin. OR can be made for 30 years for
Pre-employment Clearances, Termination Yes: After
Services / Separation + Termination Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, toxic substance exposure; 8
HR-016 ADA Accommodations, of Benefits + S Separation +
Human 7 years of Benefits + Separation OD, Ppr CCR §3204(d)(1) et seq., 8 CCR
Respiratory Fit Tests, Hearing 5 years; OR 1 year
Resources 5 years; OR 5144, 8 CCR 15400.2; 29 CFR
Tests, Incidents / Accidents Death of
Death of 1910.1020(d)(1)(i), GC §§12946,
where no medical services were Employee +
Employee + 34090
provided, etc. 5 years
5 years
Separation +
20 years
30 years
Recruitment and Testing File

(Includes Advertisements,
Department preference; EEOC /
Applications for Unsuccessful
Admin. FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 1-3
Candidates, Job Brochures, Test
Services / years; State Law requires 2 - 3
HR-017 Data, Testing Analysis & 3 years 3 years Mag, Ppr
Human years; 29 CFR 1627.3(b)(i), 29
statistical Metric, Interview Notes,
Resources CFR 1602.14 et seq. 2 CCR
Job Analysis, Rating Sheets,
11013©; GC §§12946, 34090
Scantrons, Rater's Profile &
Confidentiality Agreement,
Flowchart, Eligible Lists, etc.)
When No When No
Admin.
Studies & Surveys Conducted on Longer Longer
Services / Department preference; GC
HR-018 Behalf of the City (Sick Leave, Required - Required - Mag, Ppr
Human §34090
Attrition, Benefits, etc.) Minimum 3 Minimum 3
Resources
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Record
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Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Admin.
Services / Workers Compensation Claim Meets auditing standards; GC
HR-019 5 years 5 years Mag Ppr
Human Runs §34090
Resources

Whichever
Whichever
is Longer:
is Longer:
Separation +
Separation +
30 years;
20 years;
OR
OR Department preference; Files
Termination
Termination maintained separately; Claims
of Benefits +
Admin. of Benefits + can be made for 30 years for
5 years; OR Yes: After
Services / Separation + 5 years; OR Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, toxic substance exposure; 8
HR-020 Workers Compensation Claims Death of S Separation +
Human 10 years Death of Separation OD, Ppr CCR §3204(d)(1) et seq., 8 CCR
Employee + 1 year
Resources Employee + 5144, 8 CCR 15400.2; 29 CFR
5 years
5 years 1910.1020(d)(1)(i), GC §§12946,
Separation +
20 years or 34090
30 years or
Termination
Termination
of Benefits,
of Benefits,
whichever is
whichever is
longer
longer,

RISK MANAGEMENT
Admin.
Services /
Human Accident, Incident, Injury Reports Department Preference; GC
HR-021 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr
Resources That do NOT Result in a Claim §34090
/ Risk
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(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Admin.
Services /
Human Department preference; GC
HR-022 Actuarials 10 years 10 years Ppr
Resources §34090
/ Risk
Manage.
Admin.
Department Preference; Covers
Services /
Final Final various statute of limitations;
Human Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
HR-023 Claims (Liability Claims) Resolution + Resolution + S CCP §§ 337 et seq.; GC §§
Resources Resolution OD, Ppr QC & OD
5 years 5 years 911.2, 945.6, 34090, 34090.6;
/ Risk
PC §832.5
Manage.
Admin.
Services /
Human Insurance Policy Applications / Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Department preference; GC
HR-024 P P S/I
Resources Policies (City-owned Policies) Separation OD, Ppr QC & OD §34090
/ Risk
Manage.
Admin.
Services /
When No When No Department Preference (the
Human
HR-025 Loss Runs Longer Longer Mag Ppr Claims Management System is
Resources
Required Required the original); GC §34090
/ Risk
Manage.

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Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Calif. Labor Division is required
Admin. to keep their records 7 years;
Services / OSHA requires 5 years; State
Human OSHA Inspections & Citations, law requires 2 years; 8 CCR
HR-026 5 years 5 years Ppr
Resources Log 200 and Log 300, 301, 301A §3203(b)(1), 29 CFR 1904.33,
/ Risk OMB 1220-0029, 8 CCR
Manage. 14300.33; GC §34090.7; LC
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(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
DISPATCH
Department Preference;
Audio Recordings or Tapes - Statewide guidelines propose
(CAD/RMS) Recordings of 180 days (legally mandated for
Police /
PD-001 Telephone & Radio 180 days 180 days Mag 100 days); (may be discoverable
Dispatch
Communications Dispatch or made public in some
Tapes (CAD) circumstances), GC §§34090,
34090.6
When No When No
Police / Vehicle Repossession Preliminary Drafts; GC§ 34090
PD-002 Longer Longer Mag, Ppr
Dispatch Notifications (Call for Service) et seq.
Required Required
DETECTIVES / INVESTIGATIONS
Final reports and records are
Detectives Investigation Files When No When No
Police / transferred to the case file
PD-003 and Arrest Files - Crimes Other Longer Longer Mag, Ppr
Investigat. stored in Records; GC §34090 et
Than Homicide Required Required
seq.
Final reports and records are
Police / Detectives Investigation Files Mag, Mfr, Yes: After transferred to the case file
PD-004 P P S/M/I
Investigat. and Arrest Files - Homicide OD, Ppr QC & OD stored in Records; GC §34090 et
seq.
Informant information; Does not
contain criminal intelligence
Police /
PD-005 Informant Files 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr information concerning
Investigat.
individuals; Department
preference GC §34090

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(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Files contain criminal
intelligence information
concerning an individual only if
there is reasonable suspicion
that the individual is involved in
criminal conduct or activity and
Police / Intelligence Files (Criminal No Longer No Longer Mag, Mfr, Yes: When the information is relevant to that
PD-006 S/I
Investigat. Intelligence Files) than 5 years than 5 years OD, Ppr Superseded criminal conduct or activity.
Misleading, obsolete or
unreliable information is required
to be destroyed; remaining
records must not be retained
longer than 5 years; 28 CFR
23.20(h); GC §34090
When No When No
Longer Longer
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: When Department preference (Not
PD-007 Investigation Files Required - Required - S/I
Investigat. OD, Ppr Superseded Intelligence files); GC §34090
Minimum 2 Minimum 2
years years
Department Preference to
provide information to other
agencies; Non-records used for
Police /
PD-008 Pawn Slips 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr investigations; Originals entered
Investigat.
into the State Automated
Property System; most agencies
retain for 2 years; GC §34090

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(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Department preference;
Pursuant to PC §457.1 et seq.;
required to register for life; If
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-009 Registrants: Arson - Adults 5 years P P S/M/I released from CYA, records are
Investigat. OD, Ppr 5 years
destroyed after age 25 or
sealing pursuant to W&I §781;
GC §34090.7
Pursuant to PC §457.1 et seq.; If
Age 25 or Age 25 or
Registrants: Arson - Juveniles released from CYA, records are
Police / Sealing Sealing Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-010 released from California Youth S/M/I destroyed after age 25 or
Investigat. Date + 5 Date + 5 OD, Ppr QC & OD
Authority sealing pursuant to W&I §781;
years years
GC §34090.7
Department Preference; After
2021, Offenders can petition
Police / Registrants: Sex Offenders - Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Court for removal 10 or 20 years
PD-011 P P S/M/I
Investigat. Adults OD, Ppr QC & OD after offense, provided there are
no subsequent offenses;
Pursuant to PC §290 et seq.
After 2021, Offenders can
P P
petition Court for removal 10 or
or Sealing or Sealing
Police / Registrants: Sex Offenders - Mag, Mfr, Yes: After 20 years after offense, provided
PD-012 Date + 5 Date + 5 S/M/I
Investigat. Juveniles OD, Ppr QC & OD there are no subsequent
years (or years (or
offenses; Pursuant to PC §290
Court Order) Court Order)
et seq.; W&I §781;
When No When No
Veterans Advisory Commission Brown Act challenges must be
Longer Longer
Police / filed within 30 or 90 days of
PD-013 Required - Required - Mag, Ppr
Investigat. AGENDA PACKETS & action; GC §§34090,
Minimum 2 Minimum 2
AGENDAS 54960.1(c)(1)
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(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Copies - Copies -
Veterans Advisory Commission
When No When No Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Send originals to the City Clerk;
City Clerk PD-014 Yes S
Longer Longer OD, Ppr 10 years GC §34090.7
MINUTES
Required Required

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(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
PATROL
3 years is required for animal
Canine (Police Dogs) Program
Police / Separation Separation care / treatment records; FA
PD-015 Files / Training Files: Animal Mag, Ppr
Patrol + 3 years + 3 years §32003(e), PC §597.1(d); GC
Files
§34090 et seq.
Canine (Police Dogs) Program
Police / Department preference; GC
PD-016 Files: Action Reports, Monthly 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
Patrol §34090 et seq.
Reports
Police / Department preference; GC
PD-017 PAS Device Calibration Logs 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
Patrol §34090 et seq.
Police /
PD-018 Patrol Ride-A-Long Waiver Form 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090 et seq.
Patrol
Police /
PD-019 Pursuit Critiques 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC § 34090 et seq.
Patrol
When No When No
Longer Longer
Police / Department preference; GC
PD-020 Special Events / Ops Plan Required - Required - Mag, Ppr
Patrol §34090 et seq.
Minimum 2 Minimum 2
years years
Life of the Life of the
Police / Traffic Control: Radar Department preference; GC
PD-021 Equipment Equipment Mag, Ppr
Patrol Calibration Records §34090 et seq.
+ 2 years + 2 years
Police / Use of Force Review (Involving Incident + 5 Incident + 5 Department preference; GC
PD-022 Mag, Ppr
Patrol Employees) years years §§12946, 34090

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S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
PROPERTY & EVIDENCE / LABORATORY
Follows the
Follows the
Police / Retention
Retention of Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Department Preference; GC
Property & PD-023 Crime Report Photos Period of S/I
the OD, Ppr 1 year §34090
Evidence the
Evidence
Evidence
Police /
Property & PD-024 Forfeiture Notification 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
Evidence
Police /
Gun and Narcotics Destruction Department Preference; GC
Property & PD-025 10 years 10 years Mag, Ppr
Log (Documents related to) §34090
Evidence
Follows the
Follows the
Police / Retention
Retention of Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Department Preference; GC
Property & PD-026 Latent Print File Period of S/I
the OD, Ppr 1 year §34090
Evidence the
Evidence
Evidence
Police /
Lost & Found Property
Property & PD-027 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
(Documents related to)
Evidence

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Record
Image: Destroy
Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
RECORDS
Backgrounds (Excludes
Police /
PD-028 Employees) - Local Criminal 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
Records
History Review
Department preference (the
Statute of Limitation for
Police / Citations - Moving Violations,
PD-029 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr collections is 5 years from the
Records Marijuana / Cannabis, Parking
date of the last violation); CVC
40222(b); GC §34090
Department preference (the
Fully Paid, Fully Paid,
Citations - Payment Plans for Statute of Limitation for
Police / Written off, Written off,
PD-070 outstanding parking citations Mag, Ppr collections is 5 years from the
Records or Forgiven or Forgiven
received by indigent persons date of the last violation); CVC
+ 5 years + 5 years
40222(b); GC §34090
Crime Statistics / Uniform Crime
Police /
PD-030 Reports (UCR) - Summaries 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
Records
(BCS)
When No When No
Police / Field Investigation Cards (FI's) - Preliminary Drafts; GC§ 34090
PD-031 Longer Longer Mag, Ppr
Records After Entry into to RMS et seq.
Required Required
Police / Field Investigation Cards (FI's) -
PD-032 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
Records NOT entered into to RMS
Police /
PD-033 NCIC Validation 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
Records
Department preference; EEOC /
Personnel Background Packet - FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 3
Yes: After
Police / POLICE EMPLOYEES or Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, years; State Law requires 2 - 3
PD-034 3 5 years 3 5 years S Separation
Records CADETS Unsuccessful (NOT Separation OD, Ppr years; 29 CFR 1672.3(b)(i), 29
+ 1 year
hired) CFR 1602.14 et seq GC
§§12946, 34090

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Final Final
Police / Department preference; GC
PD-035 Pitchess Motion Files Disposition Disposition Mag, Ppr
Records §34090
+ 5 years + 5 years
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT
REPORTS:
Firearm Firearm
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-036 Found or Found or Yes S/M/I PC§ 11108(b); GC§ 34090
Records Firearms entered into CLETS OD, Ppr QC
Recovered Recovered
(if not Permanent Retention) -
Found / Recovered Firearms
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT
REPORTS:

Misdemeanor or Infraction -
Adult Marijuana / Cannabis - Yes:
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After ("Shall" Destroy); H&S
PD-037 H&S §11357(b)(c)(d)(e) or H&S 2 years 2 years Before S/M/I
Records OD, Ppr QC & OD §11361.5; GC §34090
§11360(b) (with procedure in Disposition
H&S §11361.5) - Except those
with outstanding stolen property,
including firearms, or lost
firearms
Provided there are no
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT outstanding warrants,
REPORTS: unrecovered identifiable items,
criminal deaths, they are not
ALL, Except Those historically significant, and it is
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-038 Specifically Mentioned in the 5 years 5 years Yes S/M/I not classified under PC §800 &
Records OD, Ppr QC & OD
Schedule 290 and H&S §11850; Stat. of
Limit. is 2 yrs; Destroy juvenile
e.g., 5150, Detention Reports, marijuana after age18; H&S
etc. §11361.5, GC §34090, PC §802,
PC §§187, 800 et seq.

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT
REPORTS:
Department Preference; DOJ
retains CACI (Child Abuse
Capital Crimes / Homicides /
Central Index) information for
Major Crimes / Serious
adults 100 years; No limitations
Police / Felonies / Sex Crimes / Child Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-039 P P Yes S/M/I on commencement of action;
Records Abuse / Felony DNA (Crimes OD, Ppr QC & OD
Courts keep permanently PC §§
Subject to the Death Penalty), 261, 286, 288, 288a, 288.5, 289,
Sex Crimes, Substantiated Child 289.5, 290, 799, 803(h), 11169
Abuse or Severe Neglect (Adults et seq.; 11170(a); WIC 707(b)
Only) (PC §288, 290, WIC
707(b)), PC 803(h)
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT
REPORTS:
Individual petitions District
Factually Innocent Petition Date of Date of Yes: Attorney; Sheriff concurs that
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-040 Accepted Records Sealed Arrest + 3 Arrest + 3 Before S/M/I person is factually innocent, then
Records OD, Ppr QC & OD
Pending Destruction - Except years years Disposition seals record ("Shall" Destroy);
those with outstanding stolen GC §34090; PC §851.8(a)
property, including firearms, or
lost firearms
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT Date of Date of
REPORTS: Incident + Incident +
10 years, 10 years,
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After PC §§11169(i); 11170(a); GC
PD-065 If No If No Yes S/M/I
Records Juvenile Child Abuse or OD, Ppr QC §34090
Subsequent Subsequent
Severe Neglect
Reports Reports

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT
REPORTS:
Conviction Conviction
Misdemeanor or Infraction - or Arrest (if or Arrest (if Yes: (Courts and other Agencies
Police / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-041 Juvenile Marijuana / Cannabis No No Before S/M/I "Shall" Destroy); H&S §11361.5;
Records OD, Ppr QC & OD
- H&S §11357(E) - Except those Conviction) Conviction) Disposition GC §34090
with outstanding stolen property, + 2 years + 2 years
including firearms, or lost
firearms
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT
REPORTS:

Misdemeanor or Infraction Offender is Offender is (Courts and other Agencies


Police /
PD-042 Marijuana / Cannabis 18 Years 18 Years Yes Mag, Ppr "Shall" destroy); H&S§ 11361.5
Records
§11357(de) - Juvenile on Old Old et seq., 11357(de)
School Grounds during
School Hours (with procedure
in H&S §11361.5)
Until CLETS Until CLETS
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT Entry No Entry No
Yes:
Police / REPORTS: Longer Longer Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Department Preference; GC
PD-043 Before S/M/I
Records Exists - Exists - OD, Ppr QC & OD §34090
Disposition
Missing Persons (Returned) Minimum 2 Minimum 2
years years

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
POLICE REPORTS / INCIDENT
REPORTS:
Statute of Limitations runs up to
age of majority + 8 years; sealed
Sealed Juvenile and Ward Sealing Sealing
Yes: records for juveniles and wards
Police / Cases - Except Child Abuse or Date + 5 Date + 5 Mag, Mfr, Yes: After
PD-044 Before S/M/I of the Court must be destroyed 5
Records Severe Neglect, years (Or years (or OD, Ppr QC & OD
Disposition years after sealing date; CCP
(Substantiated),, those with Court Order) Court Order)
§§340.1, GC §34090; W&I
outstanding stolen property,
§§389(a), 781(d)
including firearms, or lost
firearms
Police /
PD-045 Public Information Requests 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
Records
Department Preference;
Police / Registration is required for 5
PD-046 Registrants: Narcotic 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
Records years; GC §34090, H&S §11590
et seq., H&S §11594(a)
Police / Data Fields / Records are
PD-047 RMS Database Indefinite Indefinite Yes Mag
Records interrelated; GC §34090
Police / Subpoenas (Police Civil
PD-048 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090
Records Personal Appearance)
TEMPORARY HOLDING FACILITY
Police /
Temp. Booking Folders (Property, Department preference; GC
PD-049 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr
Holding Medical, etc.) §34090 et seq.
Facility
Police /
Temp. Department preference; GC
PD-050 Booking Log 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr
Holding §34090 et seq.
Facility

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Police /
Temp. Cell Checks / Cell Log / Department preference; GC
PD-051 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr
Holding Sergeant's Log §34090 et seq.
Facility
TRAINING / PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
Police /
Training / CCW (Carry Concealed Expiration + Expiration + Department Preference; GC §
PD-052 Yes Mag, Ppr
Profess. Weapon) Permits - Approved 2 years 2 years 34090 et seq.
Standards
Police /
Training / CCW (Carry Concealed
PD-053 2 years 2 years Yes Mag, Ppr GC § 34090 et seq.
Profess. Weapon) Permits - Denied
Standards
Department Policies & When No When No
Police /
Procedures / Operation Longer Longer
Training / Mag, Mfr, Yes: After Department Preference; GC §
PD-054 Directives / General Orders / Required - Required - S/I
Profess. OD, Ppr superseded 34090 et seq.
Lexipol (Department Policies Minimum 5 Minimum 5
Standards
and Procedures) years years
Officer Recordings: Body-Worn
Police / PC§ 832.18(b)(5)(E); GC
PD-066 Cameras – LOGS of Access or P P Mag
Operations §34090.6 et seq.
Deletion of Data
Follows the
Officer Recordings: Body-Worn Follows
Retention of
Cameras - that ARE evidence, retention for
Police / the PC§ 832.18(b)(5)(B)&(C); GC
PD-067 Officer Involved Shootings / Evidence, Mag
Operations Evidence, §34090.6 et seq.
Detention or Arrest / Minimum 2
Minimum 2
Complaints years
years
Officer Recordings: Body-Worn
Police / PC§ 832.18(b)(5)(A); GC
PD-068 Cameras - that are NOT 60 days 60 days Mag
Operations §34090.6 et seq.
evidence

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Consistent with Lexipol Section
446.10.1 449; Those segments
of videos that are determined to
Officer Recordings: Mobile
be evidence are copied onto a
Police / Audio Video (MAV)
PD-069 2 years 2 years Mag different tape and retained for
Records Recordings (Mobile in-Car
the same length of time as the
Video) that are not evidence
crime report (see crime reports
for legal citations); GC §34090.6
et seq.
State requires for at least 5
years for Civilian's Citizen's
Personnel Discipline File -
complaints; other State &
Internal Affairs Investigations /
Federal laws require retention
Police / Complaints: CIVILIAN CITIZEN-
Final Final until final disposition of formal
Training / GENERATED COMPLAINTS
PD-056 Disposition Disposition Mag, Ppr complaint; State requires 2
Profess.
+ 5 years + 5 years years after action is taken;
Standards (May include criminal acts,
Statute of Limitations is 4 years
moral turpitude, complaints
for misconduct; EVC §
generated from a citizen)
1045(b)(1), GC §§12946, 34090;
VC §2547
Department preference; EEOC /
FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 1-3
Police / Personnel Discipline File -
Final Final years; State Law requires 2 - 3
Training / Internal Affairs Investigations /
PD-057 Disposition Disposition Mag, Ppr years; 29 CFR 1627.3(b)(i), 29
Profess. Complaints: INTERNAL
+ 5 years + 5 years CFR 1602.14 et seq. 2 CCR
Standards COMPLAINTS
7287.0(c)(2), GC §§12946,
34090

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Department preference;
Statewide guidelines propose 7
years; Calif. Labor Division is
required to keep their records 7
Personnel Files - Police
Send to Send to years; OSHA requires safety
Police / Department Employees or
Human Human Yes: After training 5 years;
Training / Cadets Yes: Until Mag, Mfr,
PD-058 Resources Resources S Separation EEOC/FLSA/ADEA (Age)
Profess. Separation OD, Ppr
Upon Upon + 1 year requires 3 years for promotion,
Standards Includes Evaluations, Separation Separation demotion, transfer, selection, or
Commendations, etc. discharge; State Law requires 2 -
3 years; 29 CFR 1627.3(b)(ii), 8
CCR §3204(d)(1) et seq., GC
§§12946, 34090
Department preference;
Statewide guidelines propose 7
years; Calif. Labor Division is
required to keep their records 7
Send to Send to years; OSHA requires safety
Police / Personnel Files - Training File
Human Human Yes: After training 5 years;
Training / Yes: Until Mag, Mfr,
PD-059 Resources Resources S Separation EEOC/FLSA/ADEA (Age)
Profess. Includes Training Certificates, Separation OD, Ppr
Upon Upon + 1 year requires 3 years for promotion,
Standards etc.
Separation Separation demotion, transfer, selection, or
discharge; State Law requires 2 -
3 years; 29 CFR 1627.3(b)(ii), 8
CCR §3204(d)(1) et seq., GC
§§12946, 34090
Police / Report of data regarding the
Training / number, type, or disposition of
PD-071 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr GC §34090 et seq.
Profess. complaints made against its
Standards officers (optional)

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
When No When No
Police /
Reports and Studies regarding Longer Longer
Training / Department Preference; GC §
PD-060 Police operations (not historical - Required - Required - Mag, Ppr
Profess. 34090 et seq.
staffing, overtime, etc.) Minimum 2 Minimum 2
Standards
years years
Department preference; Rosters
are sent to POST; Statewide
guidelines propose 7 years;
Calif. Labor Division is required
Training - COURSE RECORDS
to keep their records 7 years;
Police /
OSHA requires safety training 5
Training / (Attendance Rosters, Outlines
PD-061 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr years; EEOC/FLSA/ADEA (Age)
Profess. and Materials; includes Use of
requires 3 years for promotion,
Standards Force training, safety training,
demotion, transfer, selection, or
etc.)
discharge; State Law requires 2 -
3 years; 29 CFR 1627.3(b)(ii), 8
CCR §3204(d)(1) et seq., GC
§§12946, 34090
Department preference; EEOC /
Police / FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 3
Inactive / Inactive / Yes: After
Training / Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, years; State Law requires 2 - 3
PD-062 Volunteer Background Packet Separation Separation S Separation
Profess. Separation OD, Ppr years; 29 CFR 1672.3(b)(i), 29
+ 3 years + 3 years + 1 year
Standards CFR 1602.14 et seq GC
§§12946, 34090
Department preference; EEOC /
Police / FLSA / ADEA (Age) requires 3
Inactive / Inactive / Yes: After
Training / Volunteer Personnel Files Yes: Until Mag, Mfr, years; State Law requires 2 - 3
PD-063 Separation Separation S Separation
Profess. (CERT, Etc.) Separation OD, Ppr years; 29 CFR 1672.3(b)(i), 29
+ 3 years + 3 years + 1 year
Standards CFR 1602.14 et seq GC
§§12946, 34090

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Record
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Inactive
Active Total Media I=Import Paper after
(OFR) (Records Vital?
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr Imaged &
Center)
S=Scan QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Police /
Weapons Database /
Training / Data Fields / Records are
PD-064 Department Weapons Indefinite Indefinite Yes Mag
Profess. interrelated; GC §34090
(Department-issued Weapons)
Standards

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Record
Destroy
Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

CCTV Collection Line Inspection


Public Works Department Preference; GC
SEW-001 Tapes / Video Inspections / Video 5 years 5 years Mag
/ Sewer §34090 et seq.
Tapes or Digital Recordings

Public Works Community Outreach / Notification Department Preference; GC


SEW-002 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr
/ Sewer of Projects §34090

Public Works Department Preference; GC


SEW-003 Complaints 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr
/ Sewer §34090

8 CCR 5157(d)(14) & (e)(6); 29


Public Works
SEW-004 Confined Space Entries 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr CFR 1910.146(e)(6); GC
/ Sewer
§34090
Department Preference; Some
Yes: While correspondence from
Public Works Correspondence - Regulatory Minimum 10 Minimum 10
SEW-005 Active Mag, Ppr Regulatory Agencies need to
/ Sewer Agencies years years
Issues be retained for long periods of
time; GC §34090

Department preference (used


Emergency Call Out Logs / Storm
Lead Dept. SEW-006 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr for FEMA / OES
Call Out Logs /
reimbursements); GC §34090

Equipment History Files Disposal of Disposal of


Public Works Department Preference; GC
SEW-007 Equipment + Equipment + Mag, Ppr
/ Sewer §34090
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Record
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Image:
Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Department Preference;
Public Works FOG (Fats, Oil & Grease) / Source POTW reports are required for
SEW-019 3 years 3 years Mag, Ppr
/ Sewer Control 3 years; 40 CFR 403.12; GC
§34090
AQMD Rule 1470; Form
Public Works Generator Operation Logs (for
SEW-020 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr 400–E–13a instructions, GC
/ Sewer Portable /Emergency Generators)
§34090
Generator Operation Logs (for
Public Works
SEW-008 Fixed / Stationary Generators) / 3 years 3 years Mag, Ppr AQMD Rule 1470; GC §34090
/ Sewer
Inspections
Lift Station - Inspections,
Maintenance, Repairs, Service Department Preference WC
Public Works Minimum 2 Minimum 2
SEW-009 Requests, Alarm Recording, Logs, Mag, Ppr §13263.2(b) et seq.; 40 CFR
/ Sewer years years
Charts, Flow Monitoring, Voltage 122.41(j)(2)GC §34090
Readings, Permits

Maintenance, Cleaning, Repairs, Department Policy; WC


Public Works Minimum 3 Minimum 3
SEW-010 Stoppage Calls, Spills, Line Mag, Ppr §13263.2(b) et seq.; 40 CFR
/ Sewer years years
Replacement 122.41(j)(2)GC §34090

Life of
Operations & Maintenance Manuals Life of Facility Department Preference; GC
Lead Dept. SEW-011 Facility or Mag, Ppr
(O&M Manuals) or Equipment §34090 et. seq.
Equipment
Mag,
Public Works Sanitary Spills and Overflows Yes: After If treating water, required for 5
SEW-012 5 years 5 years Mfr, OD, S/I
/ Sewer (SSOs) QC & OD years; 40 CFR 122.41(j)(2)
Ppr

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Office of
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Record
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Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Public Works
Data Fields / Records are
/ Sewer & SEW-013 SCADA Database / Historian Indefinite Indefinite Yes Mag
interrelated; GC §34090
Water

Department Preference; plans


Sewer System Management Plans must be updated every 5
(SSMP) and Audits / Sanitary Spills Mag, years, audits are required
Public Works Yes: After
SEW-014 Overflow Prevention Plan (SSOPP) P P Mfr, OD, S/I every 2 years; 40 CFR
/ Sewer QC & OD
and Sanitary Sewer Overflow Ppr 122.41(j)(2); SWRCB Order
Response Plan 2006-03; 40 CFR 122.41(j)(2);
GC §34090
Department Preference
(required for 3 years); GC
Lead Dept. SEW-015 Underground Service Alerts (USA's) 3 years 3 years Mag, Ppr
§§4216.2(d) & 4216.3(d),
34090
Division
Work Orders / Service Requests
Providing Data is interrelated; GC
SEW-016 CMMS DATABASE (Computerized confined Indefinite Mag
Service / §34090
Maintenance Management System)
Work
Work Orders / Service Requests -
Division
All Information Entered in CMMS When No When No Preliminary drafts (the
Providing
SEW-017 Database Longer Longer Mag Ppr database is the original); GC
Service /
Required Required §34090
Work
(Paper drafts)

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Inactive Paper
Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Work Orders / Service Requests -


NOT entered in CMMS Database
Division (or partial information entered into
City Preference; CCP §§338 et
Providing CMMS Database)
SEW-018 5 years 5 years Mag Ppr seq., 340 et seq., 342, GC
Service /
§§945.6, GC §34090
Work (Division providing service retains
originals; Division requesting
service is considered a copy)

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Record
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(OFR) (Records Vital? after
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QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).

Public Works Backflow Test Results / Backflow Department preference; 17


WTR-001 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
/ Water Assembly Test Reports CCR 7605(f); GC §34090

8 CCR 5157(d)(14) & (e)(6); 29


Lead Depart. WTR-002 Confined Space Entries 2 years 2 years Mag, Ppr CFR 1910.146(e)(6);GC
§34090
Department Preference (meets
Public Works Conservation Programs / Rebate
WTR-003 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr auditing standards); GC
/ Water Programs / Check Requests
§34090

Customer Concerns / Customer 5 years is required in State and


Public Works Complaints: Odor / Taste / Visual Federal law for any complaints;
WTR-004 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
/ Water Complaints about Potable Water 40 CFR 122.41(j)(2) & 40 CFR
(Correspondence) 141.33(b); 22 CCR 64453(a)

Environmental Agencies /
Public Works Regulatory Agencies Minimum 10 Minimum 10 Department Preference; GC
WTR-005 Mag, Ppr
/ Water years years §34090
(EPA, DHS, etc.)
Fire Hydrant Flow Tests
Public Works Minimum 10 Minimum 10 Department Preference; GC
WTR-006 (Development or Maintenance) - Mag, Ppr
/ Water years years §34090
Paper
Mag, Yes -
Public Works Lab Reports & Chains of Custody: 40 CFR 141.33(a) and (b)(1);
WTR-007 5 years 5 years Mfr, OD, S/I After QC
/ Water Bacteriological and Organics 22 CCR §64470
Ppr & OD
Lab Reports & Chains of Custody: Mag, Yes - State law requires 10 years,
Public Works
WTR-008 Chemical (Includes Chlorine 10 years 10 years Mfr, OD, S/I After QC Federal 10 years; 40 CFR
/ Water
Residuals) Ppr & OD 141.33(a)

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QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Required for 12 years or 2
Mag, Yes - compliance cycles; ); 22 CCR
Public Works Lab Reports & Chains of Custody:
WTR-009 18 years 18 years Mfr, OD, S/I After QC 64400.25; 22 CCR §64470, 40
/ Water Lead & Copper
Ppr & OD CFR 141.33(a); 40 CFR
141.91

Public Works Department Preference; GC


WTR-010 Log Book (Pump Houses) 7 years 7 years Mag Ppr
/ Water §34090

Operations & Maintenance Manuals Disposal of Disposal of Department preference; GC


Lead Dept. WTR-011 Mag, Ppr
/ O & M Manuals Equipment Equipment §34090

Pre-Trip Inspections / DOT Program


/ Vehicle Safety Checks / Daily
Lead Dept. WTR-012 2 years 2 years Ppr 13 CCR 1234(e); GC§34090
Vehicle Inspections / Daily
Equipment Checks

SCADA Database (Water) Data is interrelated; system


Public Works
WTR-013 (Supervisory Control and Data Indefinite Indefinite Yes Mag qualifies as a "trusted system";
/ Water
Acquisition) GC §§34090, 12168.7

Public Works
WTR-014 Surveys of Water System 10 years 10 years Mag, Ppr 40 CFR 141.33(c)
/ Water

Department Preference (the


Lead Dept. WTR-015 Underground Service Alerts (USA's) 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr warrantee period for work done
is 5 years); GC §34090

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Record
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Active Total Media I=Import
(OFR) (Records Vital? after
(in office) Retention Options M=Mfr
Center) Imaged &
S=Scan
QC'd?
If the record is not listed here, refer to the Retention for City-Wide Standards
Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Mag,
Public Works Urban Water Management Plans Yes: After Department Preference
WTR-016 P P Yes Mfr, OD, S
/ Water (UWMP) 10 years (copies) GC §34090.7
Ppr

Public Works Videos - Water Wells, Repairs, Department preference; GC


WTR-017 P P Mag
/ Water Reservoirs, Tanks, etc. §34090

When When
Public Works Superseded Superseded -
WTR-018 Vulnerability Assessment Mag, Ppr Confidential; GC §34090
/ Water Minimum 2 Minimum 2
years years

Water Forecasts / Urban Water


Public Works Department Preference
WTR-019 Management Forecast / Future 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
/ Water (copies) GC §34090.7
Developments, etc.

Department Preference; Meets


Public Works Water Production Reads / Reports California Department of
WTR-020 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
/ Water (to State DPH & DWR) Health requirements (3 years);
GC §34090

Mag, Yes - Department preference; State


Public Works Water Quality Reports / Consumer
WTR-021 12 years P P Mfr, OD, S/I After QC law requires 12 years, federal
/ Water Confidence Reports
Ppr & OD 10 years; 40 CFR 141.33(a)

Water Resources Planning Mag, City Preference; CCP §§338 et


Public Works Yes: After
WTR-022 Historical Reports / Water P P Mfr, OD, S seq., 340 et seq., 342, GC
/ Water QC & OD
Assessments Ppr §§945.6, GC §34090

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Retentions begin when the act is completed, and imply a full file folder (e.g. last document + 2 years), since destruction is normally performed by file folder.
Litigation, complaints, claims, public records act requests, audits and/or investigations suspend normal retention periods (retention resumes after settlement or completion).
Copies - Copies -
Mag,
When No When No
City Clerk WTR-023 Water Supply Agreements Yes Mfr, OD, S No GC §34090.7
Longer Longer
Ppr
Required Required

Public Works Water Transactions - Annual Department Preference; GC


WTR-024 5 years 5 years Mag, Ppr
/ Water Summary §34090

Mag,
Public Works Well Records (includes Destroyed Yes: After Department preference; GC
WTR-025 P P Mfr, OD, S
/ Water or Abandoned Wells) QC & OD §34090
Ppr
Division
Work Orders / Service Requests
Providing Data is interrelated; GC
WTR-026 CMMS DATABASE (Computerized Indefinite Indefinite Mag
Service / §34090
Maintenance Management System)
Work
Work Orders / Service Requests -
Division
All Information Entered in CMMS When No When No Preliminary drafts (the
Providing
WTR-027 Database Longer Longer Mag Ppr database is the original); GC
Service /
Required Required §34090
Work
(Paper drafts)

Work Orders / Service Requests -


NOT entered in CMMS Database
Division (or partial information entered into
City Preference; CCP §§338 et
Providing CMMS Database)
WTR-028 5 years 5 years Mag Ppr seq., 340 et seq., 342, GC
Service /
§§945.6, GC §34090
Work (Division providing service retains
originals; Division requesting
service is considered a copy)

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RESOLUTION NO. _____(2019)

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKEPORT


ADOPTING A RECORDS RETENTION SCHEDULE, AND
AUTHORIZING DESTRUCTION OF CERTAIN CITY RECORDS AND RESCINDING
RESOLUTION NO. 2698 (2019)

WHEREAS, the maintenance of numerous records is expensive, slows document


retrieval, and is not necessary after a certain period of time for the effective and efficient
operation of the government of the City of Lakeport; and

WHEREAS, Section 34090 of the Government Code of the State of California provides a
procedure whereby any City record which has served its purpose and is no longer required may
be destroyed; and

WHEREAS, the City of Lakeport has adopted guidelines for retention period for various
government records, which the City previously adopted pursuant to Resolution No. 2698
(2019);

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKEPORT DOES RESOLVE AS
FOLLOWS:

Section 1. Resolution 2698 (2019) is hereby rescinded.

Section 2. The records of the City of Lakeport, as set forth in the Records Retention
Schedule Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, are hereby
authorized to be destroyed as provided by Section 34090 et seq. of the Government Code of
the State of California and in accordance with the provision of said schedule upon the request
of the Department Head and with the consent in writing of the City Clerk and City Attorney,
without further action by the City Council of the City of Lakeport.

Section 3. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of this resolution and
enter it into the book of original resolutions.

Section 4. This resolution shall become effective immediately upon its passage and
adoption.
ATTACHMENT 2

The foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the City
Council on the 7th day of May, 2019, by the following vote:

AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAINING:
ABSENT:

___________________________________
TIM BARNES, Mayor
ATTEST:

_______________________________
KELLY BUENDIA, City Clerk
MINUTES
MEASURE Z ADVISORY COMMITTEE
REGULAR MEETING
APRIL 17, 2019

1. CALL TO ORDER Chair Hopkins opened the meeting at 5:30 p.m. with Committee
Members King, Speed, and Schaffer present. Committee Member
Rollins was absent.

2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES A motion was made by Committee Member King, seconded by


Committee Member Schaffer, and carried unanimously to approve
the Minutes of the January 16, 2019 meeting.

3. PUBLIC INPUT There was no input offered from the public.

4. DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS
A. Comprehensive Annual Finance Director Walker gave an overview of the City’s CAFR for the
Financial Report (CAFR), fiscal year ended June 30, 2018 in accordance with section 3.29.180
Fiscal Year 2017-18 of the Lakeport Municipal Code.

B. 2018-19 Project Update Finance Director Walker presented a 2018-19 project update report.
Public Works Director Grider answered questions of the committee
regarding Public Works projects.

C. Proposed Expenditures Finance Director Walker presented proposed Measure Z revenues


and expenditures for the 2019/2020 Budget. Public Works Director
Grider answered questions of the committee regarding proposed
Public Works projects.

5. ADJOURN Chair Hopkins adjourned the meeting at 6:40 p.m.

_____________________________
AGREEMENT FOR SERVICES BETWEEN
THE CITY OF LAKEPORT AND MARGARET SILVEIRA
AMENDMENT #3

This Amendment #3, dated _____________, 2019, hereby adds the following provisions
to the (i) Agreement for Services Between the City of Lakeport and Margaret Silveira dated May
17, 2016 for services to be performed in the at will position of City Manager, (ii) Amendment #1
to the Agreement for Services Between the City of Lakeport and Margaret Silveira, dated
October 18, 2016, and (iii) Amendment #2 to the Agreement for Services Between the City of
Lakeport and Margaret Silveira, dated March 6, 2018. The City of Lakeport is herein referred to
as the “City.” Margaret Silveira is herein referred to as “Silveira.”

1. SALARY

The City Manager’s salary shall be increased six and a half percent (6.5%) to an annual
sum of $140,846.25 payable in bi-monthly installments. This adjustment shall be effective
immediately upon adoption of this Amendment #3 by the City and Silveira.

2. OTHER AGREEMENTS

Except as modified herein, the (i) Agreement for Services Between the City of Lakeport
and Margaret Silveira, dated May 17, 2016, (ii) the Agreement for Services Between the City of
Lakeport and Margaret Silveira Amendment #1, dated October 18, 2016, and (iii) the
Agreement for Services Between the City of Lakeport and Margaret Silveira Amendment #2,
dated March 6, 2018 remain in full force and effect without modification.

The signatures of the parties below indicate that each has read and understood the
Agreement, as amended, and will abide by the terms stated herein.

The parties have executed this Amendment #3 on the dates stated below.

[Signatures on following page]

Amendment #3 to Agreement for Services Page 1


210634.2
CITY OF LAKEPORT, a municipal corporation

By: __________________________________ By: ________________________________


TIM BARNES, Mayor MARGARET SILVEIRA, City Manager

Dated: ____________________________ Dated: ____________________________

ATTEST:

____________________________________
KELLY BUENDIA, City Clerk

Amendment #3 to Agreement for Services Page 2


210634.2
Proclamation
OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAKEPORT
To recognize National Police Week 2019 and to honor the service and sacrifice of those law enforcement officers
killed in the line of duty while protecting our communities and safeguarding our democracy.

WHEREAS, there are more than 900,000 law enforcement officers serving in communities across the United States,
including the dedicated members of the Lakeport Police Department; and

WHEREAS, there have been 58,627 assaults against law enforcement officers in 2016, resulting in approximately
16,677 injuries; and

WHEREAS, since the first recorded death in 1786, more than 21,000 law enforcement officers in the United States
have made the ultimate sacrifice and been killed in the line of duty;

WHEREAS, the names of these dedicated public servants are engraved on the walls of the National Law
Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC; and

WHEREAS, 371 new names of fallen heroes are being added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial this
spring, including 158 officers killed in 2018 and 213 officers killed in previous years; and

WHEREAS, the service and sacrifice of all officers killed in the line of duty will be honored during the National Law
Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s 31st Annual Candlelight Vigil, on the evening of May 13, 2019; and

WHEREAS, the Candlelight Vigil is part of National Police Week, which takes place this year on May 12-18; and

WHEREAS, May 15 is designated as Peace Officers Memorial Day, in honor of all fallen officers and their families and
U.S. flags should be flown at half-staff;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED that the City Council of the City of Lakeport does hereby designates May 12-
18, 2019

Police Week
in the City of Lakeport; and calls its citizens, community agencies, religious organizations, medical facilities, and
businesses to increase their participation in our efforts to prevent child abuse, thereby strengthening the
community in which we live..

I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of Lakeport to be affixed this 7th day of May,
2019.

_________________________________
TIM BARNES, Mayor
LAKEPORT CITY COUNCIL
Certificate of Recognition
is presented to

Casey T. DeBolt

In Grateful Recognition of his being awarded the

2019 MADD Award Recognizing His Efforts To


Stem Drunk Driving In Our Community

___________________________________________________________________________
Tim Barnes, Mayor May 7th, 2019
CITY OF LAKEPORT
STATE OF CALIFORNIA

Proclamation
DESIGNATES THE WEEK OF MAY 18th THROUGH MAY 24th 2019
AS NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK IN LAKE COUNTY
WHEREAS, in 2017, 658 people died in boating-related accidents in the United States; 449 of these
fatalities were due to drowning and 370 of these boaters would be alive today had they
worn their life jackets; and

WHEREAS, contributing factors in fatal accidents were operator inattention, inexperience, excessive speed, and
machine failure. Use of alcohol was the leading contributing factor at 15%; and

WHEREAS, where instruction was known, 81% of deaths occurred on boats where the operator did not receive
boating safety instructions and only 14% of deaths occurred on vessels where the operator had
received an approved boating safety education certificate; and

WHEREAS, approved Boating Safety Classes continue to be offered by Flotilla 8-8 to assist boaters in obtaining a
Boaters Card to be in compliance with State Bill 941effective January 1, 2018
which prohibits the operation of motorized vessels with a valid Boaters Care in California; and

WHEREAS, Flotilla 88 of Lake County will continue its efforts to educate the boating public by offering boating
classes, free vessel examinations, promote safe boating, and encourage the wearing of life jackets by
everyone.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Lakeport does hereby designate the week of
May 18th through May 24th, 2019 as

National Safe Boating Week


in Lake County and urges all users of Clear Lake, Lake Pillsbury, Blue Lakes, and Indian Valley Reservoir to safeguard
their lives by wearing life jackets when boating, attend a safe boating course, exercise safe boating practices, and
adopt the slogan of

“WEAR IT”
I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of Lakeport to be affixed this 7th day of
May, 2019.

_________________________________
TIM BARNES, Mayor
CITY OF LAKEPORT
City Council
City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Industrial Development Agency
Municipal Financing Agency of Lakeport

STAFF REPORT
RE: Appointment to the Lake County Airport Land Use MEETING DATE: 05/07/2019
Commission

SUBMITTED BY: Kelly Buendia, City Clerk

PURPOSE OF REPORT: Information only Discussion Action Item

WHAT IS BEING ASKED OF THE CITY COUNCIL/BOARD:


The Mayor is being asked to appoint a member to the Lake County Airport Land Use Commission

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:

Lampson Field is a general aviation airport and the sole public use facility in Lake County. The Lake County Public
Works Department oversees the operation, maintenance and improvements to the Airport.

The Lake County Airport Land Use Commission was formed May 4, 2004. The purpose of this commission is to
provide for the orderly development of the County’s public use airport(s) and those areas surrounding the
airport(s).

This board meets only on an “as needed” basis when there are projects going on at the airport. The board has
not met in the last couple of years, but the County of Lake has requested that a Board Member be appointed
from the City Council should the need arise to review a project.
The Commission membership calls for a board of seven (7) members which consists of two (2) members
appointed by the Board of Supervisors; one (1) member appointed by the City Council of the City of Clearlake;
one (1) member appointed by the City Council of the City of Lakeport, two (2) aviation experts appointed by a
selection committee consisting of the managers of the public airport; and one (1) general public member
appointed by the other six members.
Meeting frequency and location are to be determined at this time. The term of office of each member shall be
four years and until the appointment and qualification of his or her successor. The expiration date of the term
of office of each member shall be the first Monday in May in the year in which that member’s term is to expire.

The Council could appoint one of its own members or the Council could decide to solicit applications for
appointment from interested members of the public.

OPTIONS:
1. The City Council could appoint one of its’ own members.
2. The City Council could direct the City Clerk to solicit applications from the public.

FISCAL IMPACT:
None $ Budgeted Item? Yes No
Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 1 Agenda Item # VI.A.1.
Budget Adjustment Needed? Yes No If yes, amount of appropriation increase: $
Affected fund(s): General Fund Water OM Fund Sewer OM Fund Other:
Comments:

SUGGESTED MOTIONS:
Move to appoint Council Member ____________________ as the City of Lakeport representative to the Lake
County Airport Land Use Commission Board of Directors.

Attachments:

Meeting Date: 05/07/2019 Page 2 Agenda Item # VI.A.1.


CITY OF LAKEPORT
City Council
City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Industrial Development Agency
Municipal Financing Agency of Lakeport

STAFF REPORT
RE: Appointment to the Lake County Clean Water Program MEETING DATE: 05/07/2019
Management Council
Kelly Buendia, City Clerk
SUBMITTED BY:

PURPOSE OF REPORT: Information only Discussion Action Item

WHAT IS BEING ASKED OF THE CITY COUNCIL/BOARD:


The Mayor is being asked to appoint a Council member and alternate to the Clean Water Program Management
Council outlined within the Agreement Providing for Implementation and Maintenance of the Lake County Clean
Water Program.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:
In 2004, the City of Lakeport together with the City of Clearlake and County of Lake entered into an Agreement to
form the Lake County Clean Water Program in order to better comply with stormwater regulations required as
part of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for each jurisdiction. This agreement
expired in 2015.

Over the past year, staff from each of the respective agencies have been meeting to reinstate the Lake County
Clean Water Program Agreement, and as part of that process made some recommended amendments to the
expired Agreement in order to allow the Program to operate more efficiently.

The newly revised agreement proposes the creation of a single Program Management Council to replace the
previous Advisory Council. This group would consist of the same seven members described in the old Agreement;
however, said Program Management Council would be required to convene at a minimum four times annually
with program areas of the previous four working groups being the lead discussion topics on a rotating basis at
each meeting as need to accomplish the requirements of the NPDES Permit

At the April 16, 2019 Lakeport City Council meeting, the Council voted to approve the amended Agreement.

Following the re-adoption of the Lake County Clean Water Program Agreement, staff intends to reach out to the
previously active members of the working groups and enlist their assistance in reactivating the Lake County Clean
Water Program.

In anticipation of adoption of this Agreement by the County of Lake and City of Clearlake, staff recommends the
Mayor appoint a designated representative and alternate to represent the City of Lakeport on the Program
Advisory Council.

OPTIONS:

1. Appoint one Council Member as the designated representative, and one alternate.
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FISCAL IMPACT:
None $ Budgeted Item? Yes No
Budget Adjustment Needed? Yes No If yes, amount of appropriation increase: $
Affected fund(s): General Fund Water OM Fund Sewer OM Fund Other:
Fiscal Analysis: Not applicable.

SUGGESTED MOTION:
Move to appoint Councilmember _______ as the designated representative from the City of Lakeport to the
Program Management Council and Councilmember _______ as alternate.

Attachments:

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CITY OF LAKEPORT
City Council
City of Lakeport Municipal Sewer District
Lakeport Redevelopment Successor Agency
Lakeport Industrial Development Agency
Municipal Financing Agency of Lakeport

STAFF REPORT
RE: City Hall Remodel Project MEETING DATE: 5/7/2019

SUBMITTED BY: Margaret Silveira, City Manager

PURPOSE OF REPORT: Information only Discussion Action Item

WHAT IS BEING ASKED OF THE CITY COUNCIL/BOARD:


The City Council is being asked to award a construction contract to the low bidder on the project, Bridges
Construction, for the amount of $187,860.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:
This project is to provide ADA compliant access to the City Hall Administration & Finance payment counter, to
remodel office space for the Planning Department, and to provide additional storage for the council chambers.

Bridges Construction was the low bidder and only bidder at $235,610. The engineer’s estimate for this project
was $183,434.00.

Bridges Construction amended their bid to $187,860.00, after working with city engineer to amend items and
most importantly changed construction to daytime operations, which brought the cost down by $47,750.

Construction is estimated to start June 1, 2019.

OPTIONS:
The City Council could provide other direction.

FISCAL IMPACT:
None $187,860. Budgeted Item? Yes No *Partial budgeted at $70,000.
Budget Adjustment Needed? Yes No If yes, amount of appropriation increase: $
Affected fund(s): General Fund Water OM Fund Sewer OM Fund Other:
Comments:
SUGGESTED MOTIONS:
Move to award a construction contract to Bridges Construction for the City Hall Remodel Project.

Attachments: 1. Change Order


2. Bridges Construction Bid

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