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Posted by: thepinetree on 10/17/2023 05:12 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 10/17/2023 05:12 PM
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Angels Camp City Council Back in Action Tonight!

Angels Camp, CA...Angels Camp City Council Back in Action Tonight! They will be appointing a new council member & more. The full agenda is below...





10.17.23 Agenda
Mission Statement:
To provide municipal services, infrastructure, and a high quality of life
through trusted leadership, accountability, and efficiency for the benefit of
our community

Vision Statement:
Dedicated to preserving our rich history and providing a safe and thriving
community that is devoted to families, businesses, and visitors

CITY OF ANGELS
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
October 17, 2023

THIS MEETING WILL BE HELD AT ANGELS FIRE HOUSE, 1404 VALLECITO ROAD AND WILL BE OPEN TO PUBLIC.

In person public attendance will be available with limited seating. Seats are available on a first come, first served basis. Members of the public shall have the right to observe and offer public comment at the appropriate time. To view or participate in the meeting online, please use the following link:

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CITY COUNCIL appreciates your interest and encourages your participation. Regularly scheduled meeting are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. The Agenda is divided into two sections:

CONSENT AGENDA: These matters include routine financial and administration actions and are usually approved by a single majority vote.

REGULAR AGENDA: These items include significant financial and administration actions of special interest, hearings and work sessions.
The numerical order of the items on this agenda is for convenience of reference. Items may be taken out of order upon request of the Mayor or Council Members. All questions shall be directed to the Mayor who, at his/her discretion, will refer to Staff.

Mayor Jennifer Herndon
Vice Mayor Isabel Moncada
Council Members Alvin Broglio, Caroline Schirato

City Administrator Rebecca Callen
City Attorney Doug White

Mission Statement:
To provide municipal services, infrastructure, and a high quality of life
through trusted leadership, accountablility, and efficiency for the benefit of
our community

Vision Statement:
Dedicated to preserving our rich history and providing a safe and thriving
community that is devoted to families, businesses, and visitors

6:00 p.m. REGULAR MEETING
1. ROLL CALL
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. CITY COUNCIL APPOINTMENT
Review and Appointment of One (1) City Council Member to Fill a Vacancy with a Term Set to Expire December 31, 2024, Rose Beristianos, City Clerk
A. City Council Member Interview
B. Appointment / Oath of Office New City Council Member
4. APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA AS POSTED (OR AMENDED)
5. PUBLIC COMMENT
The public may address the Council on any item of public interest not otherwise on the agenda that is within the jurisdiction of the city. No action may be taken. Matters to be addressed may be referred to City Staff or placed on a subsequent meeting Agenda. Speakers are limited to five minutes per person.
6. CONSENT AGENDA
A. Approve Draft Minutes of October 3, 2023, Rose Beristianos, City Clerk
B. Approve Draft Minutes of October 12, 2023, Rose Beristianos, City Clerk
C. AP Checks and Treasurer Report, Michelle Gonzalez, Finance Director
D. Quarterly Financial Report, Michelle Gonzalez, Finance Director
E. Approval of Calaveras County Evacuation Access Needs Assessment and Preparedness Plan, Rebecca Callen, City Administrator
7. REGULAR AGENDA
A. Utica Park, Amy Augustine, City Planner
B. PUBLIC HEARING: Third Reading, Hold a Public Hearing to Consider Adopting Ordinance 536, Renaming Chapter 17.06 as General Provisions and Exceptions and Adding, Consolidating, Amending, or Updating, Provisions for Mobile Food Vendors, Garage Sales, Temporary Construction Trailers, Recreational Vehicles (Storage and Living), Special Events, Special Event Permits, Certificates of Occupancy, Storage Containers, Cottage Food Operations and Movie Sets; Amending and Updating Excessive Slopes, Temporary and Seasonal Sales Stands, Acceptable Farming and Ranching
Practices, Construction in Flood plains, Occupancy Changes in Commercial Buildings in Commercial Zones, and Eliminating Standards for Auto Wrecking Yards, Amy Augustine, City Planner
I. Receive Staff Reporting
II. Open Public Hearing
III. Receive Public Comment
IV. Close Public Comment
Mission Statement:
To provide municipal services, infrastructure, and a high quality of life
through trusted leadership, accountablility, and efficiency for the benefit of
our community
Vision Statement:
Dedicated to preserving our rich history and providing a safe and thriving
community that is devoted to families, businesses, and visitors
C. PUBLIC HEARING: Third Reading, Hold a Public Hearing to Consider Adopting Introduce Ordinance 538, Adding a New Section 17.06.210 Addressing Vacant Buildings, Amy Augusting, City Planner
I. Receiving Staff Reporting
II. Open Public Hearing
III. Receive Public Comment
IV. Close Public Comment
D. Consideration of a New Lease Agreement with Pickled Porch Café for the Property Located at 1192 South Main St. Doug White, City Attorney
E. Approve Resolution No. 23-81 and Authorize Staff to Submit an Application to IRWMA for the AMR Project, Rebecca Callen, City Administrator
F. City Project Update, Rebecca Callen, City Administrator
G. Approve Resolution No. 23-82 Approving the Continued $41.00 Vehicle Registration Fee Supporting the Abandonded Vehicle Abatement Program for the Next Ten Years, Rebecca Callen, City Administrator
H. Implementation of the City of Angels Service Philosophy and Approval of Resolution No. 23-83 Service Philosophy, Rebecca Callen, City Administrator
8. ADMINISTRATION REPORT
9. COUNCIL REPORT
10. CALENDAR
11. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
12. ADJOURNMENT
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Clerk at City Hall 209-736-2181. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to the meeting (28 CFR 35.102-35.104 ADA Title II) Materials related to an item on this Agenda submitted to the City Council after distribution of the Agenda packet are available for public inspection at City Hall at 200 Monte Verda Street Ste. B, Angels Camp, CA 95222 during normal business hours. The Agenda is also available on line at www.angelscamp.gov.


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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 05:39:01   By: Anonymous
 
Eliminating standards for auto wrecking yards? That ought to add much to the vision statement for a beautiful community.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 06:18:20   By: Anonymous
     
    Angels Camp, we love it …

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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 06:49:55   By: Anonymous
 
It has been months since the clear cutting operation turned the once usable park in downtown AC into a wasteland. Rods Grille closed, amongst other businesses, much of the city looks tarnished, and without care, not to mention the old city hall! What gives with the park project, a normal citizen would be harassed by the city if they left their properties looking like some of the dumps along 49!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 08:00:30   By: Anonymous
     
    If I remember correctly there was a grant of 2 or 3 million dollars to do the Angels park project.
    Anyone know where that money is now?

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2023-10-18 09:14:33   By: Anonymous
       
      Well, the project is being managed by a government agency, so my guess is the money is being eaten up by administration.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 09:12:37   By: Anonymous
     
    They could have left the existing park alone while the work began on the new property. Absolutely no reason to have taken away our biggest city park from the kids, farmers market, etc while work commenced over there. What a sh!t show. Good work, Angels Camp!
    Reminds me a bit of when they tore out the public pool at Tryon Park. They could have put in a restroom, all the plumbing was there. Then Farmers market and other events could have been held there. Right along the creek, could have done something similar to Murphys park. But no, just a sandy weed patch.



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      Re:
      Posted on: 2023-10-18 09:40:35   By: Anonymous
       
      Sounds like the community could use an explanation and update on our park from Ms. Callen and the Council.
      Think they'll bother?

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:01:44   By: Anonymous
         
        ^This

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          Re:
          Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:40:43   By: Anonymous
           
          ^ Thanks Trailer Trash Mr. Know it All

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            Re:
            Posted on: 2023-10-19 05:30:34   By: Anonymous
             
            No, that would not be me. Simply agreeing that the community deserves progress reports on the project.

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              Re:
              Posted on: 2023-10-19 10:37:39   By: Anonymous
               
              The femiNazis of the City Council will hold you directly responsible for any negative comments you make. You will then hear a loud rap on your front door late one night. Aaaaachtung Babie.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:09:36   By: Anonymous
     
    But yet they still keep funding the Destination Angels Camp tourism mantra. As if. That ship sailed years ago for Murphys and the Upper Rte 4 corridor. Angels is looking not unlike San Andreas and that side of the county, the only bright spot being the museum. What’s become of the vision for a grand hotel as well?

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2023-10-19 05:50:34   By: Anonymous
       
      A hotel needs a parking lot. Then there’s the issue of backed up traffic as the discussion of a rotary goes on for years.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 07:39:25   By: Anonymous
 
Angels Camp is a Lovely Armpit.

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    Re: Utica Park
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 08:04:35   By: Anonymous
     
    Imagine that, they found mercury at an abandoned mine.
    Nothing shuts down work faster than toxic waste.

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      Re: Utica Park
      Posted on: 2023-10-18 08:46:57   By: Anonymous
       
      The question is who's the construction manager on the park job. We know the contractor that was awarded the job. He's famous for subbing out all of his work. Someone should have there ass fired over this.

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      Re: Utica Park
      Posted on: 2023-10-18 09:20:23   By: Anonymous
       
      You would have thought they checked out the mercury issue, they bought properties that had mines on them. The city looks like a bunch of clowns right now.
      But no, let's rip out the restrooms and raze the park first, THEN we can go tear up the new properties and have the project shut down. Smart.

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        Re: Utica Park
        Posted on: 2023-10-18 09:44:51   By: Anonymous
         
        That's inbred brain firepower.
        Coming soon: the cover your ass Olympics.

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        Re: Utica Park
        Posted on: 2023-10-18 14:13:02   By: Anonymous
         
        City administrator is running the job. Need I say anymore.

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      Re: Utica Park
      Posted on: 2023-10-18 22:34:51   By: Anonymous
       
      Recall the Angels Mayor Davis-Herndon. The City of Angels Camp deserves better!

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        Re: Utica Park
        Posted on: 2023-10-19 12:16:46   By: Anonymous
         
        Yes please

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        Re: Utica Park
        Posted on: 2023-10-19 12:28:39   By: Anonymous
         
        Where can you find a Mayor that has literally screwed half the town.

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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 09:38:00   By: Anonymous
 
Waking up to choking smoke this morning! What is CDF’s obsession with Big Trees and burning? Most Newbies complain about property owners burning yard debris, how about complaining about this fiasco! CDF was going to start this burn a few days ago, but according to them, the “rain”, remember the “rain”, kept them from doing the burn. They are as about transparent as our federal government at best! We didn’t even get measurable rain, so what is the big deal? These fire people, wanna be, combat veterans, are responsible to no one, when you can get paid $10,000. or more a month, free pick-up, free gas, work your measley shift and feel proud about it,your a loser! No wonder every male student with anything going for them wants that job! Not to mention the sweet pension! Getting back to the park, this might be to simple, but put out the contractors name, what he has accomplished for the money spent, weekly, and use Next Door, FaceTime, whatever and keep the public informed, you seem to forget, it is our park, and our tax money!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:04:58   By: Anonymous
     
    Perhaps because they’re working hard at reducing the risk of a greater conflagration? Even the native Americans knew we were supposed to live under so many trees. Did you not pass the entrance exam once upon a time?

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:11:35   By: Anonymous
       
      The scary part is you are insinuating you did pass the exam, yet look at your composition...

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2023-10-19 05:35:10   By: Anonymous
         
        No, not my line of work but continually impressed with the planning and efforts of local fire. As far as composition, readily admit this senior is overdue for an eye exam. Though try to find a local optometrist - a discussion perhaps for another day.

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:08:55   By: Anonymous
     
    The way the rest of the ciy properties and streets look, I can't wait to see how nice they keep the new couple acres of park.
    Speaking of money, didn't Angels get a bunch of money for wildfire mitigation?? What did they do with that, except Kitchell weedeating a little?? As in, very little. Streets are overgrown, town looks like chit. Where did that money get spent??

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:43:17   By: Anonymous
       
      The rumor I heard was that House Republicans had taken over the park project.
      Anyone know if there's any truth to that?

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2023-10-18 11:20:14   By: Anonymous
         
        Let's get Kamala in there and get er done!!!

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2023-10-19 10:40:16   By: Anonymous
         
        Jim Jordan will be holding a fund raiser in downtown Angels. Any guess as to what local deli it will be held at? Ruff, ruff.

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    Re: public informed
    Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:36:30   By: Anonymous
     
    If people are going to comment on State Park conditions, they need to know the rules.
    Burning is the most viable method to make the Park safe.
    Certain things can't be done, like it is on private land. Use of machinery is strictly controlled.
    If you live in the Sierras, you need to learn how to put up with smoke.

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      Re: public informed
      Posted on: 2023-10-19 10:41:09   By: Anonymous
       
      If you live in the Sierra, you know its not the Sierras!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 10:52:06   By: Anonymous
 
I really miss the park I visited many backseats. Just saying Riverboat Captain Sniveler

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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 15:53:59   By: Anonymous
 
MACHINERY! That is the entire problem! That age old idea of letting the place die, then refuse to take care of it is archaic! All of SPI’s logging operations require that slash is chipped, they don’t leave it like they used too. When they start rebuilding places like Lahainass a lot of lumber will be needed, the state could log, make money at the same time, so Pompadour could give the $ to some left wing project ! A win, win for everyone

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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 15:58:11   By: Anonymous
 
Let’s add to that, 49er Subaru, looks like H, the old root beer stand, ( for those of you Newbies) the place where the flower shop was, the pink building next to that one, all the weeds along AC, (real inviting), Swendalmens, the list goes on and on!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-19 05:44:40   By: Anonymous
     
    Angels needs to fine owners that let commercial properties fall into disrepair like the family ones that include the former dealership and line a third of the city. As far as others that sit vacant, not sure what can be done when there’s a lack of individuals unwilling to take a chance on leasing and opening new businesses in the city’s current state. You need new business to reinvigorate but who’s going to take that chance?

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No Subject
Posted on: 2023-10-18 16:00:32   By: Anonymous
 
If I need to put up with smoke, then tell the Libtards to quit complaining about my leaf pile burning, and my wood stove!

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    Re:
    Posted on: 2023-10-19 06:25:29   By: Anonymous
     
    Typical Anal Cramps and their community of anal complainers...

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      Re:
      Posted on: 2023-10-19 07:52:25   By: Anonymous
       
      Build a Muslim Mosque in the downtown area. You build it they'll come.

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        Re:
        Posted on: 2023-10-19 10:43:07   By: Anonymous
         
        Build a pro Trump deli. Oh wait, there already is one. Ruff, ruff.

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