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May 29, 2012 > Hayward City Council

Hayward City Council

May 22, 2012

Presentation of Hayward Youth Commission scholarship.

Work Session
FY 2013 and FY 2014 recommended biennial budget work session #2: departmental presentations by Finance; City Manager's Office; Human Resources; City Attorney's Office. Presentations for City Clerk's Office; Technology Services; and Library and Community Services will be carried forward to a subsequent meeting.

Approved plans and specifications and called for bids to be received on June 19, 2012 for new sidewalks along Franklin Avenue, Harder Road and Phillips Way. Total estimated project cost is $500,000 which is covered by the Measure B Fund (half-cent transportation sales tax administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission) for New Sidewalks and included in the FY2013 Capital Improvement Program. Work is scheduled to last from mid-August to mid-October 2012.

Summary vacation of remnant right-of-way and land exchange with the state of California (Caltrans) for a portion of Fourth Street alignment

Approved a fourth amendment of the Commercial Aviation Site Lease between the City and Hayward FBO LLC (dba APP Jet Center) and authorized City Manager to execute the amendment. The amendment means the Airport will lose $50,000 in rental income this fiscal year and create a two-year delay of incidental revenue of approximately $10,000 per annum. These one-time reductions will be offset by the Airport Operating Fund.

Adopted resolutions approving agreements authorizing participation in the Voluntary Employees Beneficiary Association (VEBA) Program between the City of Hayward and the Hayward Fire Officers IAFF 1909 and the Hayward Fire Chiefs Association.

Filed Nuisance Abatement/Municipal Code violations with the County Recorder's Office for non-abatable code violations. Liens of $1,686 have been filed against each of the following properties: 354 Jerrilynn Lane, 22732 First Street and 26360 Dodge Avenue. A lien of $1,494 has been filed against 26067 Eastman Court.

Public Hearing
Appeal of the Planning Commission's determination that a proposed Walmart Market Grocery Store at a building formerly occupied by Circuit City is not a permitted use consistent with Conditional Use Permit No. PL-2004-0039 and the proposed grocery store is not consistent with the previous use in terms of potential for generating significant environmental impacts. The project is located at 2480 Whipple Road in the Industrial (I) Zoning District. (3 YES votes; 4 NO votes (Henson, Peixoto, Quirk, Sweeney).

Public Comment
Jesus Armas asked Ralf Farias, candidate for Hayward City Council, to refrain from appropriating other campaigns' signs. One of his signs was affixed to a Measure G lawn sign. He urged Farias and his supporters to abide by standards of common decency, appropriate regulations and to advocate for his candidacy, if he is so inclined, but not at the expense of Hayward Unified School District's (HUSD) children. Measure G, placed on the ballot by HUSD, is a $58 parcel tax that will help maintain service delivery in classrooms.

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

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