June 6th, 2022
Call to Order
Special Orders of the Day
1. Adoption of Resolution for Sascha Priess Upon His Retirement
Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions
2. Approve Minutes from the May 16, 2022 City Council Meeting.
3. Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing Use of Teleconferencing for Council Meetings During Covid-19 State of Emergency.
4. Approval of the Second Amended and Restated Purchase Order Number 4521000199 with Altec Industries, Inc., to Increase the Purchase Order Amount by $40,024 to a New Not-to-Exceed Amount of $707,092, for the Purchase of Two Peterbilt Crane Trucks through a Cooperative Contract, in the Scheduled Vehicle and Equipment Replacement – Fiscal Year 2020 Capital Improvement Project (VR20000), with the Not-to-Exceed Amount Including $687,222 for the Two Trucks and a Contingency Amount of $19,870.
5. Adoption of a Resolution Calling for a General Municipal Election to be held November 8, 2022.
6. Approval of Amendment No. 4 to Contract Number C18171717 With Perkins + Will for Preparation of the North Ventura Coordinated Area Plan (NVCAP) for a Term Through December 31, 2023.
7. Adoption of an Ordinance Amending the City’s Surveillance and Privacy Protection Ordinance to Exempt the Foothills Fire Early Warning System (PAMC 2.30.680).
8. Adoption of Side Letter of Agreement and Salary Schedule for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) -Hourly Unit and Adoption of Salary Schedule for Limited Hourlies.
9. Approve a Fiscal Year 2023 Program for Domestic Recycling of Mixed Paper and Mixed Rigid Plastics; Authorize Staff to Negotiate a Corresponding Contract Amendment with GreenWaste of Palo Alto for Program Costs in an Amount Not to Exceed $1.2M.
City Manager Comments
10. PUBLIC HEARING: Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Palo Alto Municipal Code Section 18.52.070 (Parking Regulations for CD Assessment District) to Continue a Temporary Ban on Eligibility of Commercial Office Uses Above the Ground Floor to Participate in the Downtown Parking In-Lieu Program and Making Clerical Amendments to PAMC Section 16.57.010 (Applicability) in Chapter 16.57 (In-Lieu Parking Fee for New Nonresidential Development in the Commercial Downtown (CD) Zoning District).
11. PUBLIC HEARING: Adoption of a Resolution Providing that the City will Not Levy Assessments for the Downtown Business Improvement District for FY2023.
12. 1310 Bryant Street (Castilleja School Project) PUBLIC HEARING/QUASI JUDICIAL/LEGISLATIVE: Certification of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and Approval of Applications for (1) a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) Amendment to Increase Student Enrollment Initially to 450 Students Followed by Phased Conditional Increases to 540 Students; (2) a Parking Adjustment to Enable On-Site Parking Reduction; (3) a Variance to Replace Campus Gross Floor Area; (4) Architectural Review of Campus Redevelopment. Additionally, (5) Adoption of a Zoning Text Amendment Exempting Some Below-Grade Parking Facilities from Gross Floor Area. Zone District: R-1(10,000). Environmental Review: Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Published July 30, 2020; Draft EIR Published July 15, 2019 (Item Continued from May 23, 2022 Meeting).
13. Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Title 8 of the PAMC to Expand Tree Protection to Include Additional Protected Tree Species, Revise Grounds for Tree Removal, and Make Clarifying Changes and Amending Titles 2, 9, and 18 to make Clerical Updates.
COUNCIL MEMBER QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS