May 7th, 2018
Call to Order
Special Orders of the Day
Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions
City Manager Comments
Special Orders of the Day
4. Authorize the City Manager or his Designee to Amend the Contract With WatchGaurd Video for the Purchase of 50 Body-worn Cameras for the Field-based Video Program in a Not-to-Exceed Amount of $110,000 and Approve a Budget Amendment in the Law Enforcement Services Fund.
5. Approve a Three-year Contract With Northwest Woodland Services Inc. in an Amount Not-to-Exceed $657,278 for Trail Maintenance in the Palo Alto Baylands , Pearson-Arastradero Preserve, Foothills Park, and Grounds Maintenance in Utility Reservoir Sites.
6. SECOND READING: Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Palo Alto Municipal Code Title 18 (Zoning) to add a new Chapter 18.30(J) (Affordable Housing Combining District) to Promote the Development of 100 Percent Affordable Housing Projects Located Within One-half Mile of a Major Transit Stop or One-quarter Mile of a High-quality Transit Corridor by Providing Flexible Development Standards and Modifying the Uses Allowed in the Commercial Districts and Sub- districts. California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA): This Ordinance is Within the Scope of the Comprehensive Plan Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Certified and Adopted on November 13, 2017 by Council Resolution Nos. 9720 and 9721 (FIRST READING: April 9, 2018 PASSED: 7-2 Holman, Kou no).
6A. Approval of the City of Palo Alto’s Addendum to the Negative Declaration Adopted by the City of East Palo Alto, and Approval of an Agreement for the Permanent Transfer of a Portion of the City of Palo Alto’s Individual Supply Guarantee to the City of East Palo Alto.
7. PUBLIC HEARING: Finance Committee Recommends Adoption of the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Action Plan and Associated 2018-19 Funding Allocations and Adoption of a Resolution Approving the use of Community Development Block Grant Funds for Fiscal year 2018-19 Consistent With the Human Relations Commission’s Recommendation.
9. PUBLIC HEARING: Finance Committee Recommends Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Title 16 of the Palo Alto Municipal Code by Establishing an Updated Citywide Transportation Impact Fee and Indefinitely Suspending Application of the Existing Area-specific Transportation Impact Fees for the Stanford Research Park/El Camino Real CS Zone and the San Antonio/West Bayshore Area, andAmending the Municipal Fee Schedule to Update the City’sTransportation Impact Fees in Accordance With These Changes, all in Furtherance of Implementation of the Comprehensive Plan. The Citywide Transportation Impact Fee is a One-time fee on new Development and Redevelopment Throughout Palo Alto to Fund Transportation Improvements to Accommodate and Mitigate the Impacts of Future Development in the City. This Ordinance is Within the Scope of the Comprehensive Plan Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Certified and Adopted on November 13, 2017 by Council Resolution No. 9720. – POSTPONED
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