City Council

June 20th, 2016


Call to Order

Closed Session

Authority: Govt. Code Section 54956.8
Property: 4230-4270 Terman Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 167-05-029 and 167-04-008
Agency Negotiators: James Keene, Lalo Perez, Hamid Ghaemmaghami
Negotiating Parties: Terman Associates, LP and City of Palo Alto
Under Negotiation: Potential Sale of City Purchase Option – Including
Price and Terms of Payment



Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions

City Manager Comments

Oral Communications



Minutes Approval 

2. Approval of Action Minutes for the June 6, 2016 Council Meeting

Consent Calendar

3. Approval of the Renewal of a Public-Private Partnership Agreement Between the City of Palo Alto and TheatreWorks, Palo Alto Players and West Bay Opera for the use of the Lucie Stern Community Theatre

4. Approval of a Contract With Con-Quest Contractors, Inc., in the Amount of $3,293,734 for Channing Avenue/Lincoln Avenue Storm Drain Improvements – Phase III, Capital Improvement Program Project SD-11101, and Approval of a Budget Amendment in the Storm Drainage Fund

5. Adoption of a Resolution Approving a Professional Services Agreement Between the Northern California Power Agency and the Cities of Palo Alto and Santa Clara for Electric Transmission, Generation and Regulatory Consulting Services for a One-Year Term

6. Approval of a Program Agreement With Motivate, LLC for the Continuation of Bike Share Operations and Maintenance of Existing Bay Area Bike Share (BABS) Equipment From June 30, 2016 to November 30, 2016 While a Replacement Bike Share System is Planned and Deployed

7. Review and Approval of Concept Plans for Quarry Road and Transit Center Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Consistent With the Stanford University Medical Center Development Agreement

8. Approval of a Professional Services Contract With CAD Masters, Inc. for the Ongoing Support, Maintenance, Development, and Enhancement of the Geospatial Design and Asset Management System for the Utilities Department in an Amount of $500,000 per Year for a
Total Amount Not-To-Exceed $2,500,000 for up to Five Years

9. Approval of a Contract With Graham Contractors, Inc., in the Amount of $1,340,469 for the FY 2017 Street Maintenance Program Preventive Street Maintenance Project, Capital Improvements Program Project PE- 86070

10. 411-437 Lytton Avenue [14PLN-00489]: Appeal of the Planning and Community Environment Director’s Architectural Review Approval for the Construction of a new Three Story Mixed-use, Office and Residential Building (two units) and a 1,417 SF Addition to an Existing Historic Category 2 Residence on two Lots to be Merged. A two Level Underground Parking Garage is Proposed to be Constructed Under the new Mixed use Building Adjacent to the Existing Residential Building. Environmental Assessment: A Mitigated Negative Declaration has
Been Prepared. Zoning District: Community Commercial Downtown District and Pedestrian Shopping Combining District CD-C(P)

11. Approval of Acceptance of State Funding in the Amount of $424,000 for the Replacement of the City’s 9-1-1 System

12. Denial of a Request for Waiver of the City’s Moratorium on Conversion of Ground Floor Retail for the Property at 100 Addison Avenue

13. Adoption of a Resolution Calling a General Municipal Election for Tuesday, November 8, 2016

14. Approval of a Contract for On-Call Traffic Signal Equipment Installation Services for Three Years in the Amount of $375,000 With Bear Electric Solutions, Inc

15. Approval of a Cooperation and Support Agreement With Friends of the Magical Bridge Playground and Authorization to Remit $38,302 in Remaining Funds to the Friends for Playground Services and Activities

16. Renewal of “Smart Cities” Partnership With Yangpu District, Shanghai, China



Action Items

17. PUBLIC HEARING: Adoption of a Resolution Confirming the Weed Abatement Report and Ordering Cost of Abatement to be a Special Assessment on the Respective Properties Described Therein



18. Midtown Connector Feasibility Study and Direction Regarding Potential Bicycle and/or Pedestrian Paths Along Matadero Creek or Parallel Routes



19. PUBLIC HEARING: 567 Maybell Avenue [15PLN-00270]: Approval of Mitigated Negative Declaration and Tentative Tract Map With Lot Size Exceptions to Subdivide Four Parcels Totaling 2.47 Acres Into 16 Single-Family Lots, Ranging from 5,000 SF to 6,186 SF, and one Parcel
for a Private Street. Environmental Assessment: Mitigated Negative Declaration. Zoning Districts: R-2 and RM-15



20. Approval of one Contract and two Contract Amendments: (1) Construction Contract With Wadsworth Golf Construction Company in the Amount of $11,964,620 for the Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course Reconfiguration Project, CIP PG-13003; (2) Deductive Change Order
Number 1 With Wadsworth Golf Construction Company in the Amount of $1,191,800, Reflecting Cost Savings; and (3) Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number C13148028 With Golf Group, Ltd. in the Amount of $125,720 for Construction Support and Environmental Mitigation
Monitoring Services; Adoption of the Attached Resolution Declaring Intention to Reimburse Expenditures From the Proceeds of TaxExempt Obligations (e.g. Certificates of Participation) for a Not-ToExceed Par Amount of $10.5 Million to Fund a Portion of the Cost of the Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course Reconfiguration Project; and Approval of a Budget Amendment in the General Fund

Inter-Governmental Legislative Affairs

Council Member Questions, Comments and Annoucements


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