This meeting is compliant with the Governors Executive Order N-25-20 issued on March 4, 2020, and Executive Order N-29-20 issued on March 17, 2020, allowing for deviation of teleconference rules required by the Brown Act. The purpose of this is to provide the safest environment for staff and the public while allowing for public participation. The meeting will be held by tele or video conferencing. The public may participate via: Zoom Meeting.
This Agenda may not reflect the actual order of items. The order of items is subject to change based on Council action.
4:00 PM SPECIAL SESSION
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– Convene as the City Council
1. ROLL CALL
- Wiest, Widmer, Lempres, Vice Mayor Lewis, Mayor DeGolia
2. PUBLIC COMMENTS
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3. GRANT APPLICATION FOR THE STANFORD RECREATION MITIGATION FUND
Public Works Director, Robert Ovadia
Authorize the Mayor to sign a letter of support and the City Manager to submit an application for Stanford Recreation Mitigation Fund with the County of San Mateo for the Holbrook-Palmer Park Access and Circulation Improvements Project.
Description: This item involves the discussion of an application seeking $300,000 in funding from the Stanford Recreation Mitigation Fund for the Holbrook-Palmer Park Access and Circulation Improvements Project and authorization to submit the grant application and associated support letter.
4. ATHERTON COVID-19 RESPONSE UPDATES
City Manager, George Rodericks
It is recommended that the City Council certify the continuing emergency, and ratify such rules and regulations enacted by the Director of Emergency Services in response to COVID-19.
Description: The item includes a written report to certify the continuing emergency, and ratify such rules and regulations enacted by the Director or Emergency Services in response to COVID-19. The Council may provide specific direction or comment regarding such rules and regulations.
5. DETERMINATION OF THE CONTINUATION OF CONSTRUCTION ON THE ADMINISTRATION AND POLICE DEPARTMENT FACILITY AS AN ESSENTIAL GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTION
City Manager, George Rodericks
It is recommended that the City Council determine that the continuation of construction on the Administration and Police Department facility constitutes an essential governmental function.
Description: The City Council will discuss the possible designation of portions of the Town Center Construction Project as in support of an essential governmental function and thereby allowed to continue construction activity. The Council may discuss management of the project during COVID-19, exposure protocols, staff resources, and mitigation measures.
6. COUNCIL REPORTS/COMMENTS
7. PUBLIC COMMENTS
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