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Engineering <br /> 3. Accepted public improvements performed by Bay Cities Paving and Grading, Inc. for the Annual <br /> Street Resurfacing and Preventative Maintenance Project, CIP No. 15503, and Old Vineyard <br /> Avenue Trail - Phase I, CIP No. 13544; authorized the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion; <br /> payment of retention in the amount of $286,322.86, transfers of $57,858 from Old Vineyard Trail <br /> Phase I CIP No. 13544 to CIP No. 15503, $15,155 from Bi-Annual Traffic Calming CIP No. 18555 <br /> to CIP No. 15503, and turn the project balance of$42,050 to the Streets General Fund <br /> Finance <br /> 4. Accepted monthly disbursements and investment report for November 2018 <br /> Human Resources <br /> 5. Adopted and waived full reading of Resolution No. 19-1059 approving the Memorandum of <br /> Understanding between the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department Joint Powers Authority and the <br /> International Association of Firefighters, Local 1974 with term ending December 31, 2021 <br /> 6. Adopted and waived full reading of Resolution No. 19-1060 setting compensation and amending <br /> the Temporary, Part-time/Seasonal Classification Salary Structure <br /> 7. Adopted and waived full reading of Resolution No. 19-1061 updating the Management and <br /> Confidential Employee Performance Compensation Plan <br /> Operations Services <br /> 8. Approved purchase of a 2019 Peterbilt Patch Truck from Sourcewell in the amount of$237,923.81 <br /> MOTION: It was m/s by Pentin/Narum to approve the consent calendar as submitted and as noted. <br /> Motion passed by the following vote: <br /> Ayes: Councilmembers Narum, Pentin, Testa, Mayor Thorne <br /> Noes: None <br /> Absent: Councilmember Brown <br /> MEETING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC <br /> 9. Presentation of Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District Annual Report by Ryan Clausnitzer <br /> Ryan Clausnitzer, General Manager, Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District, provided a <br /> PowerPoint presentation in which he discussed the District's Board of Trustees, finances, staff, <br /> monitoring approach, testing for disease and insecticide resistance, various partnerships, and <br /> channels for community outreach. He noted the mosquitos' aquatic lifecycle, pathogens, and the <br /> spread of Zika, Dengue, Chikungunya, Yellow Fever viruses and explained the District's approach <br /> in controlling mosquitoes in storm drain systems, marshes, and through source reduction. He <br /> discussed quality control and automation, threats and opportunities, innovative control methods, <br /> interagency collaboration, trash capture devices/BMPs, healthy wetlands, emerging technologies: <br /> drone imagery of marshes where mosquitoes can breed, and mosquito sources in Pleasanton. <br /> Councilmember Testa inquired as to abatement of other hazardous insects and whether the <br /> mosquito impact is more significant. Mr. Clausnitzer responded mosquitos are more prevalent in <br /> the area and the Alameda County Environmental Health also responds to other types of hazardous <br /> insects. <br /> City Council Minutes Page 2 of 5 January 15,2019 <br />