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November 12, 2013 > Fremont City Council

Fremont City Council

November 5, 2013

Consent:
Authorize eight-year lease with State of California at Family Resource Center
Authorize contract with Alameda County Public Health Department for Health Promoter Project
Approve Planned District Amendment and Condition Use Permit for a preschool/daycare Ð Growing Tree Learning Center Ð at 39550 Paseo Padre Parkway. The facility is proposed as a Montessori School with up to 135 students aged 2-6 years old.

Ceremonial:
Honor Iris Preece for 20 years with City and her retirement from Youth and Family Services of Human Services Department.

Successor Agency:
Amend Long-Range Property Management Plan to find that prior Environmental Impact Studies are adequate for three Successor Agency properties.
Approve sale of Successor Agency-owned property at 37605 Fremont Boulevard (remainder of old HallerÕs site).
Councilmember recuse from any vote associated with Centerville

Other Business:
Authorize contract between City of Fremont and Public EmployeesÕ Retirement System

Scheduled Items:
Approve Planned District Amendment to adopt a Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Plan for a new regional park at the former Dumbarton Quarry.

Other Business:
Present a status report of the City of Fremont Economic Trade Mission to India this month. (Referral by Vice Mayor Anu Natarajan)

Request Staff analysis of possible funding of Local Ecology and Agriculture Fremont (LEAF)

Adjourn in memory of Yoko Young; memorial service at Ohlone College on November 14 at 7 p.m.

Mayor Bill Harrison Aye
Vice Mayor Anu Natarajan Aye
Suzanne Lee Chan Aye
Vinnie Bacon Aye
Raj Salwan Aye (1 recuse)

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