City Council

February 4th, 2019


Call to Order

Study Session

  1. Study Session With the City’s State Lobbyist Related to the 2019 Legislative Session MEMO



Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions

City Manager Comments



Consent Calendar

3. Approval of Amendment Number 2 to Contract Number S16163051 With Grassroots Ecology to Increase the Contract by $13,440 for a Total Amount Not-to-Exceed $26,400, to Increase Services and Extend the Term for San Francisquito Creek Pump Station Riparian Mitigation Maintenance and Monitoring. MEMO

4. Review of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Mid-year Budget Status and Approval of Budget Amendments in Various FundsQ & A

5. SECOND READING: 3703-3709 El Camino Real [18PLN-00136]: Adoption of an Ordinance to Apply the Affordable Housing (AH) Combining District to the Subject Site. Environmental Assessment: Exempt From the Provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) per Guideline Section 15194 (Affordable Housing). Zoning District: CN (Neighborhood Commercial) (FIRST READING: January 14, 2019 PASSED 6-0 Kniss absent).

Minutes Approval

2. Approval of Action Minutes for the January 22, 2019 Council Meeting



Oral Communications



Action Items

6. Provide Direction to Staff on a Letter to the Santa Clara County Planning Department Regarding Requested Terms for Inclusion in a Possible Development Agreement Between the County and Stanford University Related to the General Use Permit Application.



7. PUBLIC HEARING / QUASI-JUDICIAL: Consideration of Appeals of the Planning and Community Environment Director’s Decisions on Seven Crown Castle Tier 3 Wireless Communication Facilities (WCF) Small Cell Nodes (Cluster 2, University South, File 17PLN-00433) to Conditionally Approve Five Nodes and Deny two Nodes; Appealed by Crown Castle and United Neighbors. The Seven Appealed Tier 3 WCF Permits are in the Public Right of Way Utilizing six Replacement Streetlights and one new Pole Adjacent to the Public Facilities Zone: City Hall Police Station, 275 Forest; Commercial Downtown CD-C (P) Zone: 345 Forest; Residential Transition (SOFA) RT-35 Zone: 248 Homer, 190 Channing; and the DHS (SOFA) Zone: 385 Homer, 905 Waverley (Formerly 400 Channing), 845 Ramona. Environmental Assessment: Exempt Under California Environmental Equality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15303 and Public Resources Code 21080.



8. Adoption of a Resolution Scheduling the City Council Summer Break and Winter Closure for 2019.

State/Federal Legislation Update/Action

Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements


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