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CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of San Diego will receive bids for commodities and services. Bid packages can be downloaded from the City of San Diegos Bid & Contract Opportunities web page, found at http://www.sandiego.gov under the Business section.
If you are unable to utilize the online option, bid packages can be requested by calling the Purchasing & Contracting Department at (619) 236-6000.
· Furnish Respirators, Cartridges, Parts & Services, as may be required for a period of two (2) years from date of award, with options to renew for three (3) additional one (1) year periods.
Bid No. 9405-09-V. Bid Closing Date: August 29, 2008 @ 3:00 p.m.
Pub. August 7-00045319
City of San Diego
RESOLUTION NUMBER R-303931
A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE RESULTS OF THE MUNICIPAL PRIMARY ELECTION AND THE SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION HELD IN THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO ON JUNE 3, 2008.
WHEREAS, a municipal primary election was held in the City of San Diego on Tuesday, June 3, 2008, pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. O-19712 (New Series), adopted February 4, 2008, for the purpose of nominating candidates to the offices of Mayor, City Attorney and Councilmember for Districts 1, 3, 5, and 7, and, if any candidate received a majority of all votes cast, for the purpose of electing that candidate; and
WHEREAS, a special municipal election was held in the City of San Diego on Tuesday, June 3, 2008, pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. O-19713 (New Series), adopted February 4, 2008, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified voters of the City of San Diego three propositions, described as follows:
1) One proposition regarding whether or not the Charter should be amended to exempt from the Managed Competition process the core public safety services provided by police officers, firefighters, and lifeguards (Proposition A); and
2) One proposition regarding whether or not the Charter should be amended to require the Council to place on the June 2010 ballot Charter amendments related to making the Strong Mayor form of government permanent (Proposition B); and
3) One proposition regarding whether or not the Charter should be amended relating to the Chief Financial Officer, City Treasurer, Independent Budget Analyst, Audit Committee, and City Auditor (Proposition C); and
WHEREAS, these propositions read as follows: PROPOSITION A. AMENDS THE CITY CHARTER TO EXEMPT FROM THE MANAGED COMPETITION PROCESS THE CORE PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES PROVIDED BY PARTICIPANTS IN THE CITY'S SAFETY RETIREMENT SYSTEM
. Shall the Charter be amended to exempt from the Managed Competition process the core public safety services provided by police officers, firefighters, and lifeguards who participate in the City's Safety Retirement System?
PROPOSITION B. AMENDS CHARTER TO REQUIRE COUNCIL TO SUBMIT CHARTER AMENDMENTS TO VOTERS AT JUNE 2010 ELECTION RELATING TO STRONG MAYOR FORM OF GOVERNANCE
. Shall the Charter be amended to require the City Council to submit to voters at the June 2010 election Charter amendments making the Strong Mayor form of government permanent; adding a Council seat; and, when the ninth seat is filled, increasing the Council votes required to override a mayor veto?
YES PROPOSITION C. AMENDS CITY CHARTER RELATING TO CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, CITY AUDITOR, INDEPENDENT BUDGET ANALYST, TREASURER, AND AUDIT COMMITTEE.
Shall the Charter be amended to establish the positions, roles and responsibilities of Chief Financial Officer, City Auditor, and Independent Budget Analyst; modify the City Treasurer appointment process; and create an Audit Committee?
WHEREAS, a copy of the certificate of the Registrar of Voters of San Diego County canvassing the returns of the special municipal election, as certified to the City Clerk, has been duly received; and
WHEREAS, a canvass of this election has been completed and the City Clerk has certified the results to the City Council; and
WHEREAS, declaring the results of the election as certified by the Registrar of Voters and the City Clerk is a ministerial act required by California Elections Code section 10263 and, therefore, is not subject to veto by the Mayor; NOW, THEREFORE,
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of the City of San Diego, that the Council finds and determines, pursuant to the provisions of Section 27.0411 of the San Diego Municipal Code, as follows:
The whole number of votes cast in the City was 220,809.
The total vote received by each municipal candidate at the municipal primary election is as follows:
A. FOR MAYOR (four-year term)
JERRY SANDERS 116,527
STEVE FRANCIS 73,665
FLOYD L. MORROW 13,620
ERIC M. BIDWELL 8,368
JAMES B. HART 2,392
JERRY SANDERS, having received a majority of all votes cast, is hereby declared elected to the office of Mayor.
B. FOR CITY ATTORNEY (four-year term)
JAN GOLDSMITH 68,326
MICHAEL J. AGUIRRE 61,257
SCOTT PETERS 43,295
BRIAN MAIENSCHEIN 26,267
AMY J. LEPINE 12,687
JAN GOLDSMITH and MICHAEL J. AGUIRRE are hereby declared to be the candidates for the office of City Attorney in the General Municipal Election.
C. FOR COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 1 (four-year term)
SHERRI S. LIGHTNER 12,708
PHIL THALHEIMER 11,777
MARSHALL MERRIFIELD 10,278
SHERRI S. LIGHTNER and PHIL THALHEIMER are hereby declared to be the candidates for the office of Councilmember, District No. 1, in the General Municipal Election.
D. FOR COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 3 (four-year term)
TODD GLORIA 9,288
STEPHEN WHITBURN 6,543
JOHN HARTLEY 4,018
PAUL BROADWAY 1,428
ROBERT E. LEE 840
JAMES HARTLINE 739
TODD GLORIA and STEPHEN WHITBURN are hereby declared to be the candidates for the office of Councilmember, District No. 3, in the General Municipal Election.
E. FOR COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 5 (four-year term)
CARL DEMAIO 19,461
GEORGE GEORGE 9,953
CARL DEMAIO, having received a majority of all votes cast, is hereby declared elected to the office of Councilmember, District No. 5.
F. FOR COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 7 (four-year term)
APRIL BOLING 13,794
MARTI EMERALD 13,392
DAVID TOS 1,442
BILL DANIEL 1,004
APRIL BOLING and MARTI EMERALD are hereby declared to be the candidates for the office of Councilmember, District No. 7, in the General Municipal Election.
The number of votes cast in the City for and against each of the three propositions which appeared on the ballot as Propositions A, B and C, and the total number of votes cast upon each proposition, are as follows:
Proposition A received the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified voters voting on such proposition and is hereby declared to have been approved.
Proposition B received the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified voters voting on such proposition and is hereby declared to have been approved.
Proposition C received the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified voters voting on such proposition and is hereby declared to have been approved.
The number of votes cast in each precinct for and against the propositions is recorded in the Election Returns Book, which book is authorized and is considered to be a part of the record of this Council.
The City Clerk is directed to file the charter amendments with the California Secretary of State in accordance with Government Code section 34460.
The City Clerk shall make public the results of the canvass of the special municipal election by publication of a copy of this resolution.
Passed by the Council of The City of San Diego on July 15, 2008, by the following vote.
YEAS: PETERS, FAULCONER, ATKINS, YOUNG, FRYE,
MADAFFER, & HUESO.
NOT PRESENT: MAIENSCHEIN.
DATE OF FINAL PASSAGE: JULY 15, 2008
Mayor of The City of San Diego, California.
ELIZABETH S. MALAND
City Clerk of The City of San Diego, California.
By: Gil Sanchez, Deputy
Pub. August 7-00045348
City of San Diego
Request for Qualifications: Public Relations Consultant
Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Diego
The Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Diego seeks a qualified firm(s) to provide Public Relations Consultant Services for the eleven Redevelopment Project Areas under the management of the Redevelopment Division of the City of San Diegos City Planning & Community Investment Department (Redevelopment Division).
Although the Agency consists of three entities (the Redevelopment Division, the Centre City Development Corporation and the Southeastern Economic Development Corporation), this solicitation for public relations consultant services is only for project areas managed by the Redevelopment Division. The Division implements redevelopment activities within eleven redevelopment project areas totaling approximately 7,600 acres and provides overall management and administrative services for the Agency. The RFQ is available on the Agencys website:
Pub. August 5, 6, 7-00045195