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January 15, 2013 > Newark City Council

Newark City Council

January 10, 2013

Approve (Marshall abstention)

Presentations and Proclamations:
Present commendations and honor the achievements of retiring Planning Commission members Marla Blowers and Glen Kramer.

Written Communications:
Planning Commission referral to extend for one year the conditional use permit for a 200-unit residential townhome development by Trumark Companies on the east side of Cedar Boulevard near Central Avenue. (3 Ayes, 1 Nay - Marshall, 1 absent - Apodaca)

Second reading of ordinance for "cottage food business"

Authorize mayor to sign agreement with Newark Unified School District to extend School Liaison Officer program for an additional officer (average of four hours per day, four days per week) who will split time between Newark Junior High School and MacGregor Continuation School. The school district will pay $50,000 per school year for annual operating costs of this addition.

City Council Matters:
Mayor Nagy appointed Eric Hentschke to the Community Development Advisory Committee
Comments from council on the excellent quality of the new sound system in council chambers

Oral Communications:
Citizens reported odor problems from Evergreen. A citizen meeting hosted by Evergreen will be held on January 22 at Silliman Activity Center
Complaints and the hope that the City can do something about problems at Motel 6 and EZ-8 motels in Newark
Invitation to councilmembers: Open house at Peter Sategna Educational Foundation in Hayward on January 15 at 10:30 a.m.

Mayor Alan Nagy Aye
Vice Mayor Ana Apodaca Absent
Luis Freitas Aye
Maria "Sucy" Collazo Aye
Robert Marshall Aye (1 Nay, 1 Absention)

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