April 24, 2012 > Hayward City Council
Hayward City Council
April 17, 2012
2012 Hayward Volunteer Recognition Award Ceremony
Approved plans and specifications for FY 2012 pavement reconstruction of Taxiway Delta at Hayward Executive Airport and called for bids to be received on May 15, 2012. Estimated project cost is $760,000. Work scheduled for completion in October 2012.
Approved plans and specifications for pavement rehabilitation using FY 2013 Measure B funds (transportation sales tax revenue administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission) and called for bids to be received on May 22, 2012. Streets to be re-paved include Canyon View Ct., Gettysburg Ave., High Country Dr., Deer Park Ct., Deer Park Way, Clairborne Ct., Chandler Rd. and Denton Ave. Estimated project cost is $1M. Work is expected to last from July 16 to September 19, 2012.
Approved plans and specifications for FY 2012 sidewalk rehabilitation and wheelchair ramps for Districts 6 (Tennyson South Road area) and 9 (Winton Grove-Thelma area) and called for bids to be received on May 15, 2012. Estimated project cost is $1.006M with work scheduled from July 9 to October 12, 2012.
Authorized City manager to negotiate and execute a contract amendment with Quantum Energy Services & Technologies, Inc. for Sustainability Coordinator Services. Original $450,000 three-year budget to be increased by $38,000 for the rest of calendar year 2012.
Authorized entering into a professional services agreement with CSG Advisors, Inc., in the maximum amount of $80,000, re. Multi-family Housing Revenue Bond Issues for the South Hayward BART and future affordable housing projects.
Adopted resolution to approve an amendment to the Services Employees International Union Local 1021 Memorandum of Understanding (Maintenance and Operations Unit) resulting in estimated savings of $220,000 to the General Fund in FY 2013.
FY 2013 Community Development Block Grant and (CDBG) and Social Services funding recommendations (6 YES, 1 ABSENT (Sweeney recused)). Moved to accept Community Services Commission's CDBG recommendations with the option to explore additional sources of funding, such as the General Fund. No action taken on Social Services funding which will be part of the City's budget discussion.
Ginger Johnson updated Council on the benefits of energy-conservation improvements to her home. Her January 2012 utility bill was $128; her most recent was $54. Reservation of energy-efficiency rebates (up to $8,250) is available until the end of April 2012 and work must be completed by June 30, 2012. Contact Marc Macdonald at (510) 583-4231, email EnergyEfficiency@hayward-ca.gov and visit www.hayward-ca.gov/EnergyEfficiencyRebates
Ed Bogue advised that the Southgate Area Homeowners Association will host a Candidates Night for Hayward City Council on Wednesday, May 2, 2012, 7-9 p.m. at Christ's Community Church, 25927 Kay Avenue (at Calaroga Ave.).
Doug Ligibel thanked the Southern Alameda County Major Crimes Task Force and Hayward PD for the recent arrest of the murderers of Sam Nava and a 14-year old in Alameda County. More volunteers are also needed in the Downtown area with Hayward PD and other programs. Since 2010, he has noticed the Downtown, which now has approximately 100 vacancies, including commercial buildings, deteriorate. There are 10 new foreclosures in his complex, including his immediate neighbor. There is more nuisance behavior/crime which drives customers away - vandalism, public dumping, aggressive pan-handling, drug-use and use of store entrances as latrines. The larger the volunteer force, the greater the likelihood of dealing successfully with such activity.
Jim Drake expressed concern about safety standards associated with the Route 238 Corridor Improvement Project. He totaled his truck against a concrete bull nose at Harder Rd. and Mission Blvd. A neighbor's car was also damaged against the same structure.
Gabriel Hernandez, Hayward Day Labor Center, and several other speakers spoke in support of maintaining CDBG funding for the facility and its services to avoid reducing staffing levels.
Mayor Michael Sweeney - Yes
Barbara Halliday - Yes
Olden Henson - Yes
Marvin Peixoto - Yes
Bill Quirk - Yes
Mark Salinas - Yes
Francisco Zermeno - Yes