April 22, 2014 > Milpitas City Council Meeting
Milpitas City Council Meeting
April 15, 2014
Recognize McCarthy Ranch as sponsor of MilpitasÕ 60th anniversary.
Accept the 2014 citizen options for public safety grant; recommend expenditures in the amount of $108,325.
Accept a regional assistance to firefighters grant in the amount of $716,327 to be allocated for updating fire department apparatus radio systems.
Adopt a resolution requiring the allocation of Transportation Development Act Article 3 funds in the amount of $75,509 for the 2015 street resurfacing project which will cost a total of $1,575,509.
Approve amendment to the cooperative agreement with the State of California Department of Transportation to provide surveying services and right-of-way closeout for I-880/Tasman Drive and I-800/SR-237 project.
Approve amendment to agreement with Hopkins & Carley by the addition of $225,000 to the current contractÕs not-to-exceed amount for legal services.
Authorize the purchase of fire hoses, nozzles and fittings for $61,534.60 from L.N. Curtis and Sons.
Authorize the purchase of LED retrofit street light fixtures for $114,187.50 from LeoTek Electronics.
Items Removed from Consent
Approve a consultant agreement with HydroScience Engineers, Inc. for a blending study of city water wells in an amount not to exceed $33,020.
Conduct a public hearing to consider introducing an ordinance to amend off-street parking standards requiring covered parking for single-family/duplexes residential uses and to modify the standard commercial/industrial parking lot isle from 25 feet to 24 feet. Council voted to send staff recommendation back for revision.
Receive report and adopt the updated Telecommunications Master Plan 2014-15, obtaining additional capabilities for the Public Access Facility and to study opportunities for greater use of the cityÕs telecommunications infrastructure.
Consider reorganization or dissolution of the Public Art Committee or consolidation with the Arts Commission, to be brought as an ordinance at a future meeting.
Direct staff to budget for implementation of the cityÕs long-term trash load reduction plan in the amount of $33,500 to achieve a 70% success rate by July 17. Council removed a single-use bag ban from item. (3 ayes, 2 nays: Esteves and Montano)
Review the draft 2014-2019 Capital Improvement Program which is projected at $133,825,280 over this five year period and provide staff with direction and comments.
Mayor Josˇ Esteves 6 ayes, 1 nay
Vice Mayor Althea Polanski Aye
Debbie Indihar Giordano Aye
Armando Gomez Aye
Carmen Montano 6 ayes, 1 nay