City Council


May 9th, 2016

 

Call to Order

Special Orders of the Day

1. Appointment of two Candidates to the Human Relations Commission, two Candidates to the Library Advisory Commission, and Three Candidates to the Utilities Advisory Commission for Terms Ending May 31, 2019 and one Candidate to the Utilities Advisory Commission for one Unexpired Term Ending May 31, 2017

Agenda Changes, Additions and Deletions

Study Session

2. Council Study Session on Sea Level Rise THIS ITEM CONTINUED TO TUESDAY, MAY 31, 2016

 

 

City Manager Comments

 

 

Special Orders of the Day (Continued)

1. Appointment of two Candidates to the Human Relations Commission, two Candidates to the Library Advisory Commission, and Three Candidates to the Utilities Advisory Commission for Terms Ending May 31, 2019 and one Candidate to the Utilities Advisory Commission for one Unexpired Term Ending May 31, 2017

 

 

Oral Communications

 

 

Minutes Approval

3. Approval of Action Minutes for the April 25, 2016 Council Meeting

Special Orders of the Day (Continued)

1. Appointment of two Candidates to the Human Relations Commission, two Candidates to the Library Advisory Commission, and Three Candidates to the Utilities Advisory Commission for Terms Ending May 31, 2019 and one Candidate to the Utilities Advisory Commission for one Unexpired Term Ending May 31, 2017

Consent Calendar

4. Approval of a Contract With the United States Geological Survey for Five Years in the Amount of $60,023 per Year for a Total of $310,315 for San Francisco Bay Monitoring Near the Regional Water Quality Control Plant’s Discharge

5. Approval of the Donation of a Surplus Ambulance to Oaxaca, Mexico

6. Approval of an Allocation of $1 Million to the Palo Alto Unified School District in the Event the City of Palo Alto Wins the $5 Million Georgetown University Energy Prize

7. Recommendation to Council to Adopt two Resolutions: (a) Endorsing the Community Plan to end Homelessness in Santa Clara County 2015-2020; and (b) Supporting City Programs to Encourage and Fund Affordable Housing as Urged by the Santa Clara County Housing Task Force

8. Authorize the City Manager to Execute an Agreement Between the City of Palo Alto and Team Sheeper LLC, for the Learn to Swim Program for Summer 2016 at an Amount Not-to-Exceed $236,500, and Approve a Budget Amendment in the General Fund

 

 

Action Items

9. Approval of the Concept Plan for Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Along Amarillo Avenue, Bryant Street, East Meadow Drive, Montrose Avenue, Moreno Avenue, Louis Road, Palo Alto Avenue, and Ross Road (Continued from April 18, 2016); Approval of Professional Services
Contract Number C16163533 With Alta Planning + Design, Inc. in the Amount of $824,542 for Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Estimates for the Amarillo Avenue-Moreno Avenue, Bryant Street Update, Louis Road-Montrose Avenue, and Ross Road Bicycle Boulevard Projects; and Approval of Professional Services Contract Number C16161534 With Fehr & Peers in the Amount of $544,509 for Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Estimates for the Bryant Street
Extension, Maybell Avenue, and Park Boulevard-Wilkie Way Bicycle Boulevard Projects. Environmental Assessment: Exempt From the California Environmental Quality Act per Section 15301

 

 

10. Direction to Staff Regarding Implementation Priority for the Following new Residential Preferential Parking (RPP) Districts: a Portion of Crescent Park, the Edgewood Plaza Area, the Southgate and Evergreen Park Neighborhoods

Inter-Governmental Legislative Affairs

Council Member Questions, Comments and Announcements

Adjournment

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