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September 4, 2012 > Union City City Council

Union City City Council

August 28, 2012

Report from Supervisor Richard Valle regarding Second District plans and activities

Consent Calendar:
Authorize City Manager to file an appeal if State Department of Finance rejects any items on the Housing Asset Inventory or rejects findings of Oversight Board in connection with housing.

Approve agreement with KEI for project monitoring and fiscal control of Intermodal Station projects.

Appropriate additional $25,000 for grant subcontractor agreement with Oakland Private Industry Council, Inc. for at-risk youth summer and after-school employment.

Authorize subcontractor agreement with New Haven Unified School District for after school enrichment services for FY 2012-13 in the amount of $132,520.

Appropriate $109,000 from General Fund Capital Reserve Account for City share for replacement of pump and heater equipment at Dan Oden Swimming Pool.

Approve memorandum of understanding with Service Employees International Union, Local 1021 for July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2014.

Set Paramedic Special Tax rate at $15 per Benefit Unit.

Approve contract amendment with Ghirardelli Associates for East Plaza and Transit Loop Road project.

Replace four police vehicles and five public works vehicles; purchase one regenerative air sweeper.

Approve closed end lease for Police unmarked vehicles.

Removed from Consent by Emily Duncan:
Approve funding for Innovation Center Feasibility Study by Prescience International. Analysis due by March 2013.

Public Hearings:
Approve development of 90-room Hampton Inn Hotel, site improvements and parking variance at 31140 Alvarado-Niles Road.
Approve site development review for construction of an Employee Training Building and upgrades at 33377 Western Avenue (Tri-Ced Community Recycling).
Approve site review of Taco Bell Restaurant at 34525 Alvarado-Niles Road.

City Manager Reports:
Approve waiver to underground overhead utility lines at 32550 Central Avenue. Waiver was conditioned on undergrounding action when adjoining property is developed.

Informational report on amortization and interim uses in the Horner/Veasy area. Positive steps to develop the area in conformance with city ordinances and planning was recommended.

Report on fourth quarter City Budget to actual results was declared positive with no recommendations for adjustment to FY 2011-12 expenditures or revenue estimates. Full report available at City Website.

Mayor Mark Green Aye
Vice Mayor Pat Gacoscos Aye
Emily Duncan Aye
Lorrin Ellis Aye
Jim Navarro Aye

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