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November 26, 2013 > Milpitas City Council Meeting

Milpitas City Council Meeting

November 19, 2013

Public Hearings:
Adopt ordinance conforming to the 2013 edition of the California Building, Residential, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Historical Building, Green Building Standards, Energy and Existing Building Codes. 4 ayes, 1 absent (Gomez)

Update fire code to conform to the 2013 edition of the California Fire Code and Specified Local Amendments.

Amend cityÕs zoning code to include provisions relating to emergency shelters, single room occupancy residences, supportive housing, transitional housing and reasonable accommodations.

Accept Trumark HomesÕ request to convert 10.7 acres of industrial land for a residential development. Staff recommended council deny request, but council moved, instead, to accept the project. 4 ayes, 1 nay (Esteves)


Consent:
*Approve letter to Lt. Governor opposing legalization of marijuana.
*Adopt an ordinance levying and apportioning the special tax in community facilities.
*Grant initial acceptance of and reducing performance bond for park renovation project.
*Approve contract with James Faggiano, dba JAFCO Canine Management, for police canine training; not to exceed $20,260.
*Authorize purchase of seven police vehicles for an amount not to exceed $239,895.29.
*Approve agreement with Material and Contract Services, LLC for an amount not to exceed $45,000.
*Approve an agreement with Reed C. Grandy for a Light Rail Median Landscaping project for an amount not to exceed $175,000.
*Approve amendment to the agreement with TerraCare Associate to add new service areas to streetscape landscape maintenance and repair services agreement for the annual increase amount of $6,420.
*Approve the purchase of assorted water meters from National Meter and Automation for an amount not to exceed $90,000.


Joint Meeting of Successor Agency to Former Redevelopment Agency and Milpitas Housing Authority:

Approve sale of 5.94 acres of land for an affordable senior facility development. According to staff presentation, the cost benefit is projected at over $33 million. (All ayes)


Joint Meeting of the City of Milpitas, Successor Agency to the Former Redevelopment Agency and Economic Development Corporation:

Status report on McCandless property - park and potential school



Mayor Josˇ Esteves 6 Aye, 1 nay
Vice Mayor Althea Polanski Aye
Debbie Indihar Giordano Aye
Armando Gomez 6 Aye, 1 absent
Carmen Montano Aye

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