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September 20, 2011 > Hayward City Council

Hayward City Council

August 13, 2011

Presentations and Proclamations
Received presentation by Charlotte Dickson, Director of Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Cities Campaign

Issued proclamation for Chabot College's 50th anniversary

Consent
Adopted Integrated Pest Management Policy and use of pesticides on City of Hayward Property.

Awarded contract to O.C. Jones & Sons Inc., in the amount of $322,222 for the West Winton Landfill Drainage Culvert Repair and Cap Replacement Project and appropriated $180,000 from the Sewer System Capital Improvement Fund to complete the project.

Received annual report on Measure A (Utility Users Tax).

Adopted Enforceable Obligations Payment Schedule (EOPS) required under ABx1 26 (the Redevelopment "Dissolution Act").

Public Hearing
Designated Edloe/Ocie and the University Court-Modoc Avenue-Highland Boulevard ("University") areas as additional preferential residential permit parking areas.

Enactment and implementation of the South Hayward BART/Mission Boulevard Form-Based Code, moved to September 26, 2011.

Legislative Business
Amended Hayward Traffic Code to regulate commercial vehicle parking in residential neighborhoods. A commercial vehicle is defined as any vehicle exceeding 10,000 pounds but include vehicles equipped with rear dual wheels regardless of weight. Vehicles making package, materials or goods pick-up or deliveries within residential districts are allowed to park to conduct their business.

Consolidated the Human Services Commission and the Citizens Advisory Commission into the Community Services Commission. (5 YES votes; Sweeney recused).

Public Comment
Albert Castellanos complained of traffic problems at East Tennyson Rd/Dickens Ave.

Frank Goulart, Hayward Odd Fellows Sycamore Lodge #129, promoted the fraternal organization's free summer concert series at the Memorial Park (behind Hayward Plunge). Stay Away Joes, Trivalve and special guests will play rockabilly and surf revival on September 25.

Doug Ligibel, representing the Downtown Neighborhood Watch, thanked the City Manager for her written response to his request for how Measure A funding has been spent. He would like to know exactly how much utility users' tax revenue has been assigned to Hayward Police Department; a single figure will suffice. He also requested information about the city's plans for New Year's Eve given the illegal fireworks on July 4. The Grand Terrace Neighborhood has seen a three-fold increase in foreclosures since 2010. He thanked BART police officers for their help with the Downtown Neighborhood Watch Group.

Mayor Michael Sweeney - Yes
Barbara Halliday - Yes
Olden Henson - Yes
Marvin Peixoto - Yes
Bill Quirk - Absent
Mark Salinas - Yes
Francisco Zermeno - Yes

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