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RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY COUNCIL MEETING DATE: 06/05/2018 <br />AGENDA REPORT AGENDA HEADING: Consent Calendar <br /> <br />AGENDA DESCRIPTION: <br /> <br />Consideration and possible action to enter into an Agreement with Vigilant Solutions, <br />Inc. to purchase and install Phase 1 of ALPR cameras for Eastview neighborhoods <br />along Western Avenue <br /> <br />RECOMMENDED COUNCIL ACTION: <br /> <br />(1) Enter into an Agreement with Vigilant Solutions, Inc. in a form approved by the <br />City Attorney, to purchase and install Phase 1 of ALPR cameras for Eastview <br />neighborhoods along Western Avenue. <br /> <br />FISCAL IMPACT: Equipment and Installation will cost $179,217.45, including tax and <br />shipping, and is within the City’s budget for these items. <br /> <br />Amount Budgeted: $360,000 <br />Additional Appropriation: $0 <br />Account Number(s): 101-400-6120-4901 <br /> <br />ORIGINATED BY: Gabriella Yap, Deputy City Manager <br />REVIEWED BY: Same as above <br />APPROVED BY: Doug Willmore, City Manager <br /> <br />ATTACHED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: <br /> <br />A. Vigilant Solutions Western Avenue Phase 1 Proposal (page A-1) <br /> <br /> <br />BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION: <br /> <br />At the December 20, 2016, City Council meeting, the Council authorized $360,000 for <br />Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) camera equipment (not including <br />construction) for the Eastview neighborhoods along Western Avenue. <br /> <br />Staff has done multiple site surveys and determined the best locations for Phase 1 of <br />the project (primarily those that involve new construction) and Phase 2 (those that will <br />utilize streetlights that the City will acquire from Southern California Edison (SCE)). The <br />ALPR Subcommittee, comprised of Mayor Pro Tem Duhovic and Councilman Dyda, has <br />reviewed the locations and approves of Phase 1 and suggested additional sites for <br />Phase 2. Staff will bring back Phase 2 at a future date after the suggestions the <br />Subcommittee made have been added, and after the California Public Utilities <br />Commission (CPUC) finishes reviewing the streetlight purchase. <br /> <br />1