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 MEETING/STUDY 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. PROJECT UPDATE ON NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ACTION PLAN; AND AUTHORIZATION FOR EXTENSION OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
Robert Ovadia, Public Works Director
Receive a report on the Neighborhood Traffic Management Action Plan outreach effort, provide feedback on the public outreach effort, and authorize extension of the public comment period through the end of September 2020
Description: This item involves the discussion of the initial outreach effort associated with the development of the Neighborhood Traffic Management Action Plan. The Council may provide feedback regarding the outreach effort and may act to extend the public comment period in which the Town is soliciting resident feedback on traffic, safety, and mobility concerns.
4. AUTHORIZE MAYOR TO TRANSMIT A COMMENT LETTER TO THE CALIFORNIA HIGH-SPEED RAIL AUTHORITY ON THE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT / ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN JOSE POJECT SEGMENT
Robert Ovadia, Public Works Director
Recommendation: Authorize the Mayor to sign and transmit the attached letter to the California High-Speed Rail Authority providing the Town’s comments on the 2020 Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) prepared for the San Francisco to San Jose project segment.
Description: This item involves Council discussion of the Draft Environmental Impact Report / Environmental Impact Statement issued by the California High-Speed Rail Authority for the San Francisco to San Jose project segment. The Council will review and may act to authorize transmittal of a comment letter to the California High-Speed Rail Authority regarding the project, the environmental analyses, anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation.
5. DIRECTION TO STAFF REGARDING NEXT STEPS ON WITHDRAWAL FROM THE SOUTH BAYSIDE WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (SBWMA)
George Rodericks, City Manager
Review, discuss and provide direction to staff regarding next steps on withdrawal from the SBWMA.
Description: This item involves a discussion of next steps required for the Town to exit the SBWMA. The Council will discuss the amount stipulated by the SBWMA for exit, options for payment of the amount, and current franchise options with Recology or Greenwaste Recovery.
6. DISCUSSION AND DIRECTION ON THE PURCHASE OF ADDITIONAL FLOCK AUTOMATED LICENSE PLATE READERS (ALPRs)
Steve McCulley, Chief of Police
Staff recommends that the City Council authorize the purchase of sixteen (16) Flock Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs)- $32,000, 16 customized 12” x 18” ALPR warning signs- $1,400, and nine (9) customized 24” x 30” ALPR warning signs- $1,100, for a total cost of $34,500 + MCE installation fees for the ALPR warning signs.
Description: This item involves a Council discussion on the purchase and location placement of Flock Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs) within Town. Staff is seeking Council direction and authorization.
7. COUNCIL REPORTS/COMMENTS
8. PUBLIC COMMENTS
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