City Council


February 13th, 2017

 

Call to Order

Special Orders of the Day

1. Fire Safety Month Poster Award Recognition to Palo Alto Unified School District Students for Excellence in Design, Art and Messaging (Continued From January 9, 2017)

 

 

3. Proclamation of the Council of the City of Palo Alto Honoring Pastor Paul Bains

 

 

4. Proclamation of the Council of the City of Palo Alto Honoring Clarence B. Jones

 

 

2. American Construction Inspectors Association (ACIA) Presentation of the 2016 Industry Leadership of the Year Award

 

 

5. Appointment of Three Candidates to the Historic Resources Board (HRB) and Four Candidates to the Parks & Recreation Commission (PRC) for Terms Ending December 15, 2019; and Appointment of one Candidate to the PRC and one Candidate to the Planning & Transportation (PTC) Commission to two Unexpired Terms Ending December 15, 2018

 

 

Study Session

6. Request for a Pre-screening Study Session to Rezone the Vacant Property at 4146 El Camino Real (Near Thain Way) From Low Density Multiple-Family Residence District (RM-15) to Medium Density Multiple-Family Residence District (RM-30)

 

 

Special Orders of the Day (Continued)

5. Appointment of Three Candidates to the Historic Resources Board (HRB) and Four Candidates to the Parks & Recreation Commission (PRC) for Terms Ending December 15, 2019; and Appointment of one Candidate to the PRC and one Candidate to the Planning & Transportation (PTC) Commission to two Unexpired Terms Ending December 15, 2018

 

 

Study Session (Continued)

6. Request for a Pre-screening Study Session to Rezone the Vacant Property at 4146 El Camino Real (Near Thain Way) From Low Density Multiple-Family Residence District (RM-15) to Medium Density Multiple-Family Residence District (RM-30)

 

 

Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions

City Manager Comments

 

 

Special Orders of the Day (Continued)

5. Appointment of Three Candidates to the Historic Resources Board (HRB) and Four Candidates to the Parks & Recreation Commission (PRC) for Terms Ending December 15, 2019; and Appointment of one Candidate to the PRC and one Candidate to the Planning & Transportation (PTC) Commission to two Unexpired Terms Ending December 15, 2018

 

 

Oral Communications

 

 

Minutes Approval

7. Approval of Action Minutes for the January 28, 2017 Council Meeting

Consent Calendar

8. Adoption of a Resolution Establishing Pledge Sources of Revenue for Repayment of State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loans for Planning, Design and Construction of Wastewater Treatment Enterprise Fund Facilities at the Palo Alto Regional Water Quality Control Plant (RWQCP), and Repealing Resolution Number 9631

9. Policy and Services Committee Recommends That the City Council Accept the Auditor’s Office Quarterly Report as of September 30, 2016

10. Finance Committee Recommends That the City Council Accept Macias Gini & O’Connell’s (MGO) Audit of the City of Palo Alto’s Financial Statements as of June 30, 2016

11. Approval of an Amendment to Stewardship Agreement Number S13147834 With Santa Clara County Fire Safe Council for an Additional Amount of $181,500 Annually for Three Years for a Total Amount Not-to-Exceed $987,630 to Implement Elements of the Foothills Fire Plan (an Interdepartmental Initiative of Fire, Community Services, and Public Works) and Extend the Term two Years to June 30, 2020

12. Adoption of a Resolution Approving the 2017 City of Palo Alto Utilities Legislative Policy Guidelines

13. Approval of an Amendment of an Existing Funding Agreement With the Palo Alto Transportation Management Association (PATMA) and Silicon Valley Community Foundation Extending the Term of the Agreement for two Years (to December 2018) and Providing $100,000 per Year

 

 

Action Items

14. PUBLIC HEARING: Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 18 of the Palo Alto Municipal Code Making Permanent Interim Urgency Ordinance 5330 (Limiting the Conversion of Ground Floor Retail and Retail Like Uses), With Some Modifications; Extending the Ground Floor Combining District to Certain Properties Located Downtown; Modifying the Definition of Retail; Adding Regulations to Improve Pedestrian Oriented Design Standards in the Downtown; and Related Changes. The Proposed Ordinance is Exempt From the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) per Section 15308. The Planning and Transportation Commission Recommended Approval of the Proposed Ordinance

Special Orders of the Day (Continued)

5. Appointment of Three Candidates to the Historic Resources Board (HRB) and Four Candidates to the Parks & Recreation Commission (PRC) for Terms Ending December 15, 2019; and Appointment of one Candidate to the PRC and one Candidate to the Planning & Transportation (PTC) Commission to two Unexpired Terms Ending December 15, 2018

 

 

15. Adoption of a Resolution Amending Resolutions 9473 and 9577 to Continue the Downtown Residential Preferential Parking (RPP) Program With Minor Modifications and Finding the Action Exempt From the California Environmental Quality Act

Inter-Governmental Legislative Affairs

Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements

Adjournment

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