March 27, 2012 > Hayward City Council
Hayward City Council
March 20, 2012
Proclaimed March 2012 as American Red Cross Month (accepted by Mark Williams, ARCBA) and as Art IS Education Month (accepted by Gail Lundholm, Hayward Arts Council).
Overview of proposed General Plan Update process.
Approved an addendum (No.1) to the scope of the Highland 250-Highland 500 16-inch Transmission Main Replacement and Highland 250 Pump Station Upgrade Project for minor revisions to plans and specifications and awarded contract in the amount of $940,800 to Platinum Pipeline, Inc. Estimated total cost is $1,120,800 which is budgeted in the FY 2012 Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Scheduled for completion in October 2012.
Approved request for assignment of Purchase and Sales Agreement between City of Hayward and Urban Dynamics, LLC to KB Home South Bay, Inc. for construction and sale of 57 detached, single-family homes on property located at 353 B Street and authorized City Manager to negotiate and execute the Assignment.
Approved Council Priorities for FY 2013.
Authorized City Manager to negotiate and execute a contract with WM Lyles Group for design and construction (in the maximum amount of $12.15M) and maintenance ($700,000 per annum for 10 years) of a new cogeneration power system at the Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF). Estimated total cost is $12.75M funded by CIP appropriations: Sewer Capital Improvement ($12.5M), WPCF Replacement ($250,000). Completion of construction is expected in April 2014.
Mark Williams, AC Transit Board Member, informed Council that AC Transit will purchase up to 65 buses from Gillig, Hayward.
Jim Drake complained about the noise levels associated with refuse collection by Waste Management. Pick-up is prohibited before 7 a.m. in the immediate vicinity of his home, which is next to commercial property, and was observed for approximately seven years. Almost two months ago, Waste Management resumed collection between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. He furnished Waste Management with a copy of the City's Noise Ordinance but to no avail and resorted to parking his car to deny access to refuse trucks. He asks that the City enforce the Noise Ordinance/collection times as part of the franchise agreement with Waste Management.
John Super informed Council that Libitzky Holdings, LP has violated the terms of conditional use permit PL-2009-0100. A performance bond was not submitted to the City before the original use permit (97-160-13) expired on August 20, 2010 in respect of the estimated cost of demolition of the company's warehouse building and other buildings in the Cannery Area. He does not want to see blight in his neighborhood and would like any agreements enforced.
Desiree Unsworth, Administrative Intern, The Kids' Breakfast Club (TKBC), invited Council to attend TKBC's Saturday Academy on Global Youth Service Day, April 21, 2012. At 9 a.m., local youth volunteers will serve breakfast to low-income children and their families at Burbank Elementary School (B Street). Attendees will receive educational materials. This local event is sponsored by Youth Service America and the Sodexo Foundation. For more information, visit www.TKBC.org
Mayor Michael Sweeney - Yes
Barbara Halliday - Yes
Olden Henson - Yes
Marvin Peixoto - Yes
Bill Quirk - Yes
Mark Salinas - Yes
Francisco Zermeno - Yes