City Council

November 7th, 2016


Call to Order

Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions

City Manager Comments



Oral Communications



Minutes Approval

1. Approval of Action Minutes for the October 17 and 24, 2016 Council Meetings

Consent Calendar

2. Utilities Advisory Commission Recommendation That the Council Adopt the Net Energy Metering (NEM) Transition Policy and Adopt a Resolution Revising the NEM Cap Calculation Methodology

3. Approval of Amendment Number 3 to Contract Number C15157271 With McGuire Pacific Construction to Extend the Term of the Contract for Downtown Residential Preferential Parking Sign Installation to September 1, 2018 With no Additional Costs

4. SECOND READING: Adoption of an Ordinance to add Chapter 10.51 to the Palo Alto Municipal Code to Permanently Implement the Crescent Park No Overnight Parking Program and Expand the Boundaries of the Program (FIRST READING: December 7, 2015 PASSED: 7-0 Scharff Not Participating, Burt Absent)



Action Items

5. Adoption of a Resolution Amending and Restating the Administrative Penalty Schedule and Civil Penalty Schedules for Certain Violations of the Palo Alto Municipal Code and the California Vehicle Code Established by Resolution Number 9554 (CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 4, 2016)



6. Review and Potential Direction to add Optional Enhancements and Associated Costs for the Adobe Creek/Highway 101 Pedestrian Overcrossing Project, Capital Improvements Program Project PE-11011



7. PUBLIC HEARING: Finance Committee Recommendation That the Council Adopt an Ordinance Updating the Procedure for Collection of Impact Fees by Amending Palo Alto Municipal Code (PAMC) Title 16 (Building Regulations), Chapters 16.45 (Transportation Impact Fee for new Nonresidential Development in the Stanford Research Park/El Camino CS Zone), 16.46 (Approval of Projects With Impacts on Traffic in the San Antonio/West Bayshore Area), 16.47 (Approval of Projects With Impacts on Housing), 16.57 (In-Lieu Parking Fee for new Nonresidential Development in the Commercial Downtown (CD) Zoning District), 16.58 (Development Impact Fees), 16.59 (Citywide Transportation Impact Fee), 16.60 (Charleston Arastradero Corridor Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Impact Fee), 16.61 (Public Art for Private Developments), 16.64 (Development Fee and In-Lieu Payment Administration); and Title 21 (Subdivisions and Other Divisions of Land), Chapter 21.50 (Parkland Dedication or Fee In-Lieu Thereof), and Finding the Action Exempt From Review Under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)



Inter-Governmental Legislative Affairs

Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements


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