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July 2, 2013 > Newark City Council

Newark City Council

June 27, 2013


Presentations and Proclamations:
Recognize Jesus Loza as Newark Rotary Classified Employee of the Year
Recognize Corina Resendez-Rojo as Rotary Teacher of the Year (Councilmember Collazo received certificate for Ms. Resendez-Rojo)


Written Communications:
Issue without review of Condition Use Permits for large family day care homes at 36357 Spruce St., 6242 Thomas Ave., 7040 Fountaine Ave.


Public Hearings:
Approve levy assessment for Landscaping and Lighting Districts 1,2,4,6,7,13,15,16,17
Approve levy assessment for Landscaping and Lighting District 11 (Collazo - recuse)
Continue to July 11 levy for assessment of Landscape and Lighting District 10 (Collazo, Apodaca - recuse)


Consent:
Accept Alcoholic Beverage Control grant award of $27,822 to Newark Police Department for operations and education.

Establish $292,503,881 Appropriations Limit for FY 2013-14

Approve Investment Policy for City

Establish revenue from property taxes necessary to support City departments for FY 2013-14 at $8,530,600.

Approve plans and specifications and accept bid and award of contract with VSS International, Inc. for 2013 Street Microsurfacing Program funded through Measure B Sales Tax Fund, Vehicle Registration Fee Fund and Traffic Congestion Relief Fund. Bid with black aggregate for striping visibility at $701,493.

Reject bids for lobby and skylight repairs to City Administration Building. Range of bids reflect lack of understanding by contractors and complexity of repairs necessary.

Approve emergency repair of Public Works Annex restrooms at City Hall

Amend 2012-14 Biennial Budget resulting in net reduction of $100,000 to 2013-14 budgeted surplus and resulting projected surplus of $85,000.

Pulled from Consent:
Authorize Joint Powers Agreement with City of Fremont for Case Management Services. Public comment questioning if funds will include contingency for possibility of clients put on waiting list. Response from Staff that in case of occurrence, Council would be notified and appropriate action taken to correct the situation.


City Council Matters:
Firefighter Pancake Breakfast on July 4th at Mowry Fire Station: 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Mayor Alan Nagy Aye
Vice Mayor Ana Apodaca Aye (1 recusal)
Luis Freitas Aye
Maria "Sucy" Collazo Aye (2 recusals)
Robert Marshall Absent

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