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April 9, 2013 > Fremont City Council

Fremont City Council

April 2, 2013

Approve final map of 303 Hackamore Lane improvements. Appropriate funds received from Robson Homes, LLC of $237,500 for Warms Springs Community Park bathroom and meeting room replacement project.

Approve City membership in Alameda County Energy Council - Councilmember Chan noted the contribution of Councilmember Natarajan in the formation of the Energy Council.

Approve designation of Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board as the local task force, mandated by the State to review and comment on County Integrated Waste Management Plan amendments.

Approve amendment to clarify legal limitations if conflict between member agencies of Alameda County Waste Management Authority.

Approve agreement with Sysco San Francisco, Inc. in an amount not-to-exceed $125,000 per year for food service and delivery at Fremont Senior Center.

Approve plans and award contract in the amount of $195,000 for seismic retrofit of Development Center.

Ceremonial Items:
Honor Zack Soares for his fundraising and efforts to raise awareness of Children's Arthritis. He and his classmates have formed two Brookvale teams, "Zack Attack" and "Brookvale Elementary" to participate in "Arthritis Walk" on May 4 in Livermore. More information at: or (415) 356-5483. Zack's family and members of the Arthritis Foundation of Northern California were present as Mayor Harrison presented Zack with a City Proclamation.

Public Communications:
The public is invited to register and participate in the Fremont Freewheelers Primavera bicycle event that will held Sunday, April 21 Mission San Jose High School including 100 mile, 85 mile, 100k, 70k and 25 mile routes. Space is limited and registration is almost full. For more information, visit:

Lila Bringhurst questioned why some City street improvement projects including portions of Mission Boulevard and the imminent widening and reconstruction of Warm Springs Boulevard next to the new BART station do not include installation of underground utilities.

Fremont Successor Agency:
(Councilmember Raj Salwan - recuse)

Public Comment from Kathy Kimberlin regarding her anticipation of completion of a project on the Unified Site that provides a community meeting place and great venue for the Centerville Farmers' Market.

Amend Exclusive Right to Negotiate Agreement by extending timeframe to complete negotiations for Centerville Unified Site mixed-use development "Artist Walk" with CenterStreet Development and Blake Hunt Ventures.

In honor of Felipe 'Phil' Galvan, a pivotal voice for the preservation and contributions of the Ohlone culture, who passed away March 25, 2013.

Mayor Bill Harrison Aye
Vice Mayor Anu Natarajan Aye
Suzanne Lee Chan Aye
Vinnie Bacon Aye
Raj Salwan Aye (Recuse Successor Agency mtg.)

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